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- 9 280113 Expanding knowledge in history, heritage and archaeology
- 8 280122 Expanding knowledge in creative arts and writing studies
- 2 130103 The creative arts
- 1 130703 Understanding Australia’s past
- 1 210407 Conserving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage and culture
- 1 280111 Expanding knowledge in the environmental sciences
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Dr Kiera Lindsey is an award-winning historian who has over twenty years of teaching experience in the tertiary sector and is currently a Senior Research Fellow conducting an Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Research Award (DECRA) entitled ‘Speculative biography, historical craft and the case of Adelaide Ironside’. She has published single and co-authored book chapters and journal articles on nineteenth-century history, historical craft and biography, public histories and ‘Creative Histories’. Her first monograph was a speculative biography entitled, The Convict’s Daughter, which was published with Allen & Unwin in 2016 and described as ‘fearlessly carving a new path between history and fiction’. Her second is concerned with the colonial artist and republican, mystic and medium, Adelaide Ironside (1831-1867), and will be published with Allen & Unwin in 2022. With Professor Donna Lee Brien, she is the co-editor on a new Routledge collection on Speculative Biography which will be published in 2022. Kiera is currently the Vice President of the History Council of New South Wales, a member of the Sydney Living Museum’s Curatorial and Public Engagement Committee, and on the editorial board for the journal of Global Nineteenth-Century Studies. She has also been an on-camera historian and a regular guest on ABC Radio National and presented her masterclass on speculative biography in both national and international contexts.
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