(As at January, 2007)
Glen R. E. Phillips
POSITION Adjunct Associate Professor, Director, International Centre for
Landscape and Language
SCHOOL School of International, Cultural and Community Studies
FACULTY Community Services, Education and Social Sciences
2006 PhD (Writing), Edith Cowan University.
1968 MA (Prelim), University of WA.
1967 MEd, University of WA.
1957 BEd (Hons), University of WA.
PRIZES AND HONOURS
2002 Nominated for WA Citizen of the Year Awards (Services to the Arts)
2001 Nominated for WA Citizen of the Year Awards (Community Services,
Services to the Arts)
1989 Mazzuchelli Poetry Competition, (second prize)
1988 Randolph Stow Poetry Award, (commended)
1988 Xth World Poetry Congress, (commendation)
1988 Mazzuchelli Poetry Competition, (third prize)
1981 Premier's Prize for Bilingual Book, NSW Government, (highly commended)
1980 Six Month Italian Government Scholarship, University for Foreigners,
1979 Tom Collins Poetry Prize, (Second)
1957 Bertha Houghton Prize for Education, University of WA
1954 Commonwealth Scholarship for tertiary study
1951 Claude Hotchin Prize for Young Artists, (highly commended)
1948 WA Education Department Secondary School Scholarship
1983 Certificate of Proficiency - Italian (Perth Technical College).
1967 Teachers Higher Certificate (Education Department of WA).
Past National Executive Member, Australian Association of Writing Programs
Past President and Vice-President, Fellowship of Australian Writers Inc.
(W.A. Chapter); past Federal President.
Member, Australian Society of Authors.
Member, former Executive Member, P.E.N. International (Perth Branch).
Member, Association for the Study of Australian Literature
Member, Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies
Founder, Patron, Past Chairman, Hon. Secretary, Katharine Susannah Prichard
Executive Member and Hon. Life Member, Peter Cowan Writers Centre Inc.
Member, Asian Australian Studies Association.
SUMMARY OF TEACHING/TUTORING EXPERIENCE
Secondary Teaching (Australia) 4 years.
Tertiary Teaching/Administration (Australia and China) 42 years.
VIDEO PRODUCTIONS (as scriptwriter, presenter, performer)
Phillips, G. (1979) 'A Visit to the Ruins: Poet, A. D. Hope Interviewed
by Glen Phillips.' M. L. College of Advanced Education, MLCAE Production
Unit, 40 minutes.
Phillips, G. (1991) 'I Came Naked: Glen Phillips Interviews WA Poet, John
K. Ewers.' M. L. College of Advanced Education, MLCAE Production Unit,
Dinham, J. and Phillips, G. (1993) 'Learning the Landscape'. Research
Report for Edith Cowan University, Edith Cowan Media Production Unit,
Phillips, G. (1993) 'Poet, Fay Zwicky, an Interview.' Edith Cowan University,
Media Production Unit, 45 minutes.
Phillips, G. (1994) 'Poet, Anthony Lawrence, Talks with Glen Phillips.'
Edith Cowan University, Edith Cowan University Media Production Unit,
Dinham, J. and Phillips, G. (1994) 'Landscapes and Artists: A Painter's
and a Poet's Exploration of Australian and Tuscan Landscapes.' Edith Cowan
University, Media Production Unit, 26 minutes.
Dinham, J. and Phillips, G. (1996) 'Landscape and You: Learning the Landscape
Through Creative Inquiry', 12 episode SBS-PAGE O.L.C. Series, Edith Cowan
University Media Production Unit, 12 x 26 minutes.
Phillips, G. (1998) 'Australian Painter, Bob Juniper.' Edith Cowan University,
Media Production Unit, 27 minutes.
Phillips, G. (1999). 'Peter Cowan Interviewed.' Edith Cowan University,
Media Production Unit, 26 minutes.
Phillips, G. (1999) 'International Poet: John Kinsella.' Edith Cowan University,
Media Production Unit, 30 minutes.
AUDIO PRODUCTIONS (as presenter, interviewer)
Phillips, G. (1992) 'Interview with a New York Editor'. Edith Cowan University,
Media Production Unit, 30 minutes.
Phillips, G.R.E. and others (eds) (2005) Acupuncture for Turtles, Black
Swan Press, Bentley.
Phillips, G.R.E. and Mengham, R. (eds) (2000) Fairly Obsessive, Fremantle
Art Centre Press, Fremantle.
Phillips, G.R.E. (1999) Spring Burning, Salt/Folio Press, Fremantle.
Phillips, G.R.E. (1991) Lovesongs, Lovescenes, Platypus Press, Perth.
Phillips, G.R.E. and others (eds), (1989) Celebrations, Western Australian
Writing 1938-1988, University of W.A. Press, Crawley.
Phillips, G.R.E. (1988) Sacrificing the Leaves, Xth World Poetry Congress,
Phillips, G.R.E. and others (1987) Poetry in Motion, a Collection of Performance
Poetry, Poetry in Motion Books, Perth.
Phillips, G.R.E. and Cerquetti, Dr. W. (1987), Australia Gold - Umbria
Green (Bilingual poetry) Sigla Tre, Perugia.
Phillips, G.R.E. and Hunt, L.J. (1975 and 1978), Writing Essays and Dissertations,
University of W.A. Press, Crawley.
Phillips, G.R.E. and others (eds) (1971 and 1974), Seed-Time: A Collection
of Recent Poetry, Angus and Robertson, Sydney.
Phillips, G.R.E. (1972) Intersections: Poems, privately published, Perth.
Phillips, G.R.E. and Hunt, L.J. (1969), Essay and Thesis Writing, Landfall
Numerous reviews, articles and poetry published in more than forty Australian
and international journals, newspapers and anthologies, including
Chiron, Westerly, Education, The West Australian, The Educand, The Critic,
English Teacher's Association Journal, English in Australia, Graylands
Education News, Beloit Poetry Journal (USA), Saturday Book Club, Artlook,
Summerland, Lipservice, Breakaway, Poetry Australia, Australian Book Review,
Umbria Almanac (Italy), Ultimate Honesty, Fremantle Arts Review, Margins,
Wordhord, The Tin Wash Dish, Yilgarn, Tampa Review (USA), Australian Studies
Association Journal, Australian Lyric Poetry (China), The West Australian,
Poetry Review (UK), Magic 2 (Singapore), An Anthology of Australian Literature
(Korea), A Selection of Chinese and Australian Poems (China), Footprints
on Paper, Western Writers, Text, Sudden Alchemy, Harambee, Lo Sparviero
(Italy), Guardian Express, New Directions in Australian Studies (India),
Al Volante, The Literary Review (USA), Western Australian Writing: an
on-line Anthology, Marginata.
Prefaces to the following publications:
Poems, Iranian student
One Dozen Roses and other Australian Stories, Don Eade, Don Eade Publications,
Paper Boat, Chao Guo Huy, ECU, Mount Lawley, 1996.
The Memories of Gao Jianfu (translation reviser) Lingan Arts Publishing
House, Guangzhou, 1992.
From Brilliant Green to Golden Brown, Yilgarn District Schools, WA Education
Department, Perth, 1983.
The Ultimate Honesty, Peter Bibby (ed.) Fellowship of Australian Writers,
Insegnare L'Italiano ai "Kids", Consolo D'Italia (WA) Centro
Assistenza Italo-Australiano e Mount Lawley College of Advanced Education,
Summerland, Alec Choate and Barbara York Main (eds), University of W.A.
Press, Crawley, 1979.
Breakaway, Shane McCauley (ed.), Creative Research, Perth, 1979.
Conference and Occasional Papers
The Karrakatta Club, Perth. 'Frederic Manning - Australian Novelist',
Kalamunda Women's Community Centre, Kalamunda. 'Writing Poetry', 1975.
University of Western Australia, Nedlands (W.A.). 'The West Awakes, a
short History of Western Australian Writers,' 1976.
English Teachers' Association of Western Australia, Perth, 'Writing Poetry',
University of Turin, Turin (Italy). 'Western Australian Writing', 1980.
Rotary Club of Armadale, Armadale (W.A.). 'A Modern CAE, The W.A. College
of Advanced Education' 1981.
Cottesloe Society, Cottesloe (W.A.). 'The Business of Writing', 1982.
Esperance District Primary Schools in-service course, Esperance (W.A.).
'The Writers of Western Australia', 1983.
University of W.A. Summer School, Nedlands (W.A.). 'Melodious or Cruel?:
Two Novels of Katharine Susannah Prichard' 1984.
Triennial Congress of Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language
Studies, Singapore. 'Reaching Out: The International Reputation of Katharine
Susannah Prichard', 1986.
Katharine Susannah Prichard Foundation, Greenmount (W.A.). 'The Literary
Career of Judah Waten', 1986.
University of Pisa, Pisa (Italy). 'Western Australian Writers', 1987.
Xth World Poetry Congress, Bangkok (Thailand). 'Reviving the Australian
Oral Poetry Tradition', 1988.
University of Florence, Italy. 'Language and Landscape', 1991.
University of Berne, Switzerland, 'Learning the Landscape,' 1991.
University of Pisa, Italy. 'Language and Landscape,' 1991.
Australian Studies Association National Conference, Perth. 'Learning Second
Third Biennial Conference, Australian Studies Association, Guangzhou,
(China). 'Comparison of Landscape Imagery in WA Poetry', 1994.
Triennial Congress, Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language
Studies, Colombo, (Sri Lanka). 'Rottnest: Island of Myth, Murder and Metaphor',
Fourth Biennial Conference, Australian Studies Association, Tianjin (China).
'The Eyes Have It: Australian Poets and China', 1996.
Second Annual Conference, Association of Australian Writing Programs,
Melbourne. 'Community Writing - a Unique component of a BA in Writing'
1997. [published in TEXT]
Inaugural Conference, Asian Association for the Study of Australia, Trivandrum
(India). 'Katharine Susannah Prichard: A Woman of Her Time, A Woman for
Our Time', 1997. [Published in New Directions in Australian Studies]
Fifth Biennial Conference, Australian Studies Association, Beijing (China).
'The Depiction of Landscape in Contemporary Australian Poetry', 1998.
[Published in Conference Proceedings]
Third Annual Conference, Association of Australian Writing Programs, Adelaide.
'Writer in the Landscape or Landscape in the Writer', 1998.
Fourth Annual Conference, Association of Australian Writing Programs,
Perth. 'The Concept of a Writing Mentor in a University Writing Program',
Commonwealth Literature Seminar, Cambridge. 'Landscape and You': Report
and Readings, Cambridge University, 1999.
Fifth Annual Conference, Association of Australian Writing Programs, Surfers
Paradise. 'Measure for Measure: or a Writer's Research', 2000.
Second Annual Conference, Asian Association for the Study of Australia,
Mysore. 'John Kinsella's Indian and South East Asian Poetry', 2000.
Sixth Biennial International Conference, Australian Studies Association,
Xian (China). 'The Remarkable John Kinsella', 2000.
Sixth Annual Conference Association of Australian Writing Programs, Canberra.
'Your Very Own Writers Centre on Campus', 2001.
Seventh Annual Conference Association of Australian Writing Programs,
Melbourne. 'Writing in Landscapes Downunder', 2002.
Seventh Biennial International Conference, Australian Studies Association,
Hebei (China). 'Working Class Characters in WA Short Fiction.' 2002.
W. A. Public readings in Kojonup, Narrogin, Bunbury, Manjimup, Boyup Brook,
Esperance, Albany, Merredin, Denmark, Bruce Rock, Kalgoorlie, Southern
Cross, University of Western Australia, Curtin University of Technology,
Fremantle Arts Centre, Kalamunda Library, Nedlands Library, Gosnells Library,
St Columba College, Tuart Hill Senior High School, Mount Lawley College,
W.A. State Art Gallery, Perth Concert Hall, His Majesty's Theatre, Hole-in-the-Wall
Theatre, Effie Crump Theatre, Tom Collins House, KSP Writers Centre, and
many other venues 1970-2001.
Other Public readings: Cambridge University, National University of Singapore,
Singapore Writers Week, Turin University, Urbino University, Pisa University,
Jinan University, Guangdong University of Foreign Languages, University
of Florence, British Institute of Florence, Jongshan University, University
of Bologna, Friendly Street Adelaide, Flinders University, Griffith University,
Kerala University, Xian University, Cambridge University, Beijing University,
Shell Theatre (Singapore), American Club (Singapore), Serangoon Gardens
Community Centre (Singapore), Tanjin Club (Singapore), World Poetry Congress
(Bangkok), Kenyon College (USA).
'Intersections' (mixed media) poetry with Western Australian painters,
'Yilgarn Landscapes' with John Blakeley, Fremantle Arts Centre, January
'Capomaestri: Images of the City' with John Blakeley, WACAE, 1986.
'Seven Angels and Seven Trumpets' with John Blakeley, WACAE, 1987.
'Nothing More Real to Me' with Judith Dinham, Perth Galleries, April,
'Kanguri in Chianti' with Judith Dinham, Castellina in Chianti, December,
'Landscape Learning' with Judith Dinham, British Institute, Florence,
Italy, December 1991.
Darlington Arts Festival, (Poetry) 1985.
Fremantle Arts Centre, (Poetry) 1986.
Fremantle Arts Centre and Bi-centennial Authority (Poetry) 1988.
Northam Regional Hospital (Poetry) 1996 (with Judith Dinham).
McLaren, John (1974) Australian Book Review (Review of 'Seedtime')
McCauley, Shane (June 1989) The West Australian (Review of 'Sacrificing
Knowles, Lee (Nov 1989) Fremantle Arts Review (Review of 'Sacrificing
Williamson, John (Sept 1989) Radio 6UVS FM (Review of Sacrificing the
Baxter, Maggie (June 1991) Fremantle Arts Review (Review of 'Learning
the Landscape' video)
Harpley, Melissa (May 1991) Artlink (Review of Perth Galleries' Exhibition),
Bromfield, David (May 1991) The West Australian (Review of Perth Galleries'
Leone, Emilio (May 1991) Il Globo (Review of 'Nothing More Real for Me')
Moran, Rod (June 1991) Australian Book Review (WA - Poets)
Van Niekirk, M (May 1991) The West Australian (Tuscan Project)
Kelen, S. K. (May 1992) Australian Book Review (Review of Lovesongs, Lovescenes)
Media interviews with ABC Channel 2, Channel 31, Radio 6WN, 6NR, Radio
6UVSFM, 6PR, Singapore Broadcasting Commission; Television interviews
for Edith Cowan University Media Production with the following leading
Professor A.D. Hope, Les A. Murray, John K. Ewers, 1970-1977; Fay Zwicky,
Anthony Lawrence, 1993; Fotini Epanomitis, Mudrooroo, Veronica Brady,
Geoffrey Bolton, John Kinsella (1998-2000), Victor Williams, Elizabeth
Music and Dance Collaborations
'The Wall', poem set to music for baritone voice by Jane McKinlay. Performed
at the State Gallery by Cornelius De Munck, 1977.
'The Old Bush School', Libretto with composer Basil Jayatilika, 1978.
'Hymn of Dedication' WACAE Graduation hymn with Basil Jayatilika, Performed
at MLCAE and WACAE graduations, 1972-1982.
'With All Hands Applauding' poem choreographed by the PAP Ballet Company,
Singapore, Performed at National University of Singapore, 1988.
Judge for following literary competitions:
Thomas Wardle (Bunbury) Literary Award, 1978.
W.A. State School Teachers' Union National Script-writing Competition,
Mazzuchelli Poetry Prize 1984/85/86.
Tom Collins Poetry Prize 1986.
Katharine Susannah Prichard Short Fiction 1987.
W.A.C.A.E. Talus Prize 1987.
Department for the Ageing Poetry Award 1988.
Esperance F.A.W. Fiction Awards 1988.
Department for Ethnic and Multi-Cultural Affairs Awards, 1989.
Curtin University Literary Awards, 1990.
Northern Writers' Association Literary Awards, 1995.
City of Stirling Young Writers Awards, 1996.
Tom Collin's Poetry Prize, 2000.
Scribblers Club of Mandurah and Pinjarra, 2001.
Founder's Poetry Prize, Peter Cowan Writers Centre, 2006,
Talus Fiction Prize, Edith Cowan University, 2006.
The history of the Katharine Susannah Writers' Centre 1986-2007. Ongoing
for publication in 2007.
As a Founding Director of the International Centre for Landscape and Language,
to research changing of perceptions of landscape in WA's South West from
Western Australian Avon Catchment landscapes (with John Kinsella) for
planned joint publication, 'Watershed: Wheatbelt Conversations', 1995-2006..
British and Australian granite-based landscapes (with Anne Born) for joint
publication, 'Granites Down-Under and Up-Over', 2007.
A bibliography by genre of landscape in Australian Literature (with International
Centre for Landscape and Language). Ongoing.
'Salt Colloquium 2002'- an interdisciplinary collaborative project with
Barbara York Main, University of W.A. Ongoing.
'The Poetry of John Boyle O'Reilly,' a collaborative project with John
Kinsella and Ann Born. Ongoing.
CURRENT AND PREVIOUS POSITIONS
Adjunct Associate Professor, Edith Cowan University 1992-2007.
Visiting Professor, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology
Associate Professor of Edith Cowan University 1992-2002
Head of Department of English, School of Language and Literature, ECU
Principal Lecturer, English, WACAE 1984-1991.
Associate Dean, WACAE, 1982-83.
Assistant Director and Head of School of General Studies, MLCAE, 1978-81.
Senior Lecturer, Head of English, Speech and Drama, MLTC, 1970 -77.
Lecturer, Graylands TC, 1962-69.
Secondary School Teacher, Education Department, WA, 1958-61.
FORMER PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS/MEMBERSHIPS
Vice-President, Member, English Teachers Association (WA), 1962-1970.
Member, Nominating Panel, Western Australian Tertiary Admissions Examination
in English Literature, 1972-1980.
Vice-Chairman, Member, Children's Book Council (WA), 1975-1979.
Associate Member, WA Institute of Interpreters and Translators, 1982-1988.
Chairperson, WA Writers Council, 1985.
Member, Western Australian Institute of Educational Administration, 1975-1985.
Member, State Literature Centre Advisory Committee/Board, 1992-1998.
Associate, Società Italiana per Studi Australiani, 1980-1986.
Member, Australian Studies Association, 1988-1992.
Member, W. A. Writers Forum, 1992-1997.
OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Three years' service with the Fifth Psychology Unit of the Australian
Army (CMF), administering and scoring performance tests with National
Service recruits (qualified sergeant level).
Total of eight years as Assistant Examiner for Junior and Leaving English
and Leaving Literature.
Four years experience as a member of the examining panel for TAE Literature,
including the position of Chief Examiner.
Former Member and at times Acting Chairman of the Board of Secondary Education
Syllabus Committee for TAE Literature.
Member for eight years of the nominating panel for TAE Literature examination.
Former member of the Western Australian Government Publications Committee.
Member of the Planning Committee of the former W. A. Education Department
Further Education Centre (Curriculum Development).
Former Lecturer in History of Education, Further Education Centre, Education
Department of Western Australia.
Sometime University of Western Australia Extension Course Lecturer.
OTHER COMMUNITY SERVICES
Writer and presenter of ABC Education broadcast on Study of the Short
Story; Poetry broadcasts for ABC, 6NR, 6IX, 6UVSFM, WA country stations
and Adelaide Community Radio, Singapore Broadcasting Commission.
Guest writer for 1982 Writers' Tour of Schools (WA) and Esperance schools
Tutor for Writers' Workshops for Esperance, 1977 and 1983; Kojonup, 1982;
Boyup Brook, 1983; Geraldton, 1977; Kalgoorlie, 1978; Southern Cross,
1979; Bunbury, 1985 and various metropolitan venues.
Founder member and director, 'Poetry in Motion', Professional Readers
Theatre Company, 1985-90.
Founder and organizer of Young Writers' Fellowship in Western Australia.
Member of planning committees for the Dame Mary Durack Children's Writing
Award, NASURA Literary Prize Committee, the WA State School Teachers'
Union National Scriptwriting Competition Committee, and the Canning Literary
Awards Committee (1984/85).
Organizer of Annual Children's Book Week celebrations and displays, 1978.
General editor for sesqui-centennial publications of the Fellowship of
Australian Writers (Perth Branch), 1979 and Bi-centennial Publication,
Executive Committee member, former President and Executive member of the
Fellowship of Australian Writers (Perth Branch) for more than thirty years.
Federal President in 1987/8.
Former Executive member and editor for English Teachers' Association (WA)
for some seven years.
Special adviser to Channel 7, Perth, on Australian literary series, 1981.
Member of Staff Selection Committee, Department of English, Curtin University
Member of the Advisory Committee for the MA English, WA Institute of Technology.
Member of the Advisory Committee for the Graduate Diploma in Interpreting
and Translating, WACAE.
Chairman of the Accreditation Panel for the Graduate Diploma in Library
Studies, WA Institute of Technology.
Consultant (Academic) to producers for Tim Winton documentary film, 1998.
Co-producer and presenter (with Julie Lewis) of Tribute to Peter Cowan,
State Library, 1998.
Author, editor and adviser for a wide range of publications, including
books, periodicals, monographs and newsletters.
1968 National Conference of the English Teachers' Association, Melbourne.
1971 Australian Society for Education through Art International Conference,
1976 Australian College of Education, Tertiary Futures in WA, Bunbury.
National Practicum Conference, Mount Lawley.
South Pacific Association for External Studies, Melbourne.
1977 Western Australian Writers' Week, Fremantle.
1978 Adelaide Writers' Week.
Canberra Children's Book Council of Australia.
Federal Conference of the Fellowship of Australian Writers, Adelaide.
The International Community Education Association Conference, Melbourne.
1979 Federal Conference of the Fellowship of Australian Writers, Perth.
Federation of Academic Staff Associations.
International Poetry Festival, Perth.
Western Australian Writers' Week, Perth.
1980 Adelaide Writers' Week.
Community Arts Courses, Milperra.
Community Arts Courses, Mount Gravatt.
Copyright in Tertiary Institutions, Churchlands.
Federation of Academic Staff Associations' National Conference, Perth.
Institute of Interpreters and Translators, Mount Lawley.
Italian Society for Australian Studies, One-day Conference, Venice, Italy.
South Pacific Association for Teacher Education, Nedlands.
The Italian Society for Australian Studies Summer Conference, Urbino,
1981 International Poetry Festival, Perth.
Public Relations in Colleges of Advanced Education, Canberra.
1982 Adelaide Writers' Week.
Federal Conference of the Fellowship of Australian Writers, Perth.
1983 Association for the Study of Australian Literature, University of
Department of Youth, Sport and Recreation, 'The Challenge of Retirement',
A Community Symposium, Perth.
1984 Adelaide Writers' Week.
Australian Studies Association, 'Katharine Susannah Prichard', Bentley.
Australian Society of Authors, Bentley.
FAW Federal Council Conference, Adelaide.
1986 ACLALS Conference, Singapore National University.
Adelaide Writers' Week.
FAW Federal Council Conference, Adelaide.
Singapore Writers' Week.
1987 ASAL Conference, University of WA.
FAW Federal Council Conference, Perth.
Writers' Week, Festival of Perth.
1988 Adelaide Writers' Week.
FAW Federal Council Conference, Adelaide.
Tenth World Poetry Congress, Bangkok.
1989 Writers' Week, Festival of Perth.
1991 ASEA Conference, Berne, Switzerland.
1992 Adelaide Writers' Week.
Australian Studies Association Conference, Bentley (WAIT).
1994 Adelaide Writers' Week.
Third Biennial Conference, China Australian Studies Association, Guangzhou.
62nd World Congress of International P.E.N., Fremantle.
1995 Triennial Congress, ACLALS, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
1996 Adelaide Writers' Week.
Fourth Biennial Conference, China Australian Studies Association, Tianjin.
Deleuze Conference, UWA, Nedlands.
1997 Inaugural Conference, Asian Association for Study of Australia, Trivandrum,
Second Annual Conference , AAWP, Melbourne.
Second Australian Poetry Congress, Melbourne.
"Interactions", Eighth Biennial Symposium on Literatures and
Cultures of the Asia-Pacific Region, UWA, Perth.
1998 Adelaide Writers' Week.
Third Annual Conference, AAWP, Adelaide.
Third Australian Poetry Congress, Adelaide.
1999 Commonwealth Literature Seminar, Churchill College, Cambridge.
"Over My Dead Body: Joining Elitist/Popularist Fronts", Fourth
Annual Conference, AAWP, Perth.
2000 Adelaide Writers' Week, Adelaide.
ASAL Conference, Hobart.
Fifth Annual Conference, AAWP, Surfers' Paradise.
Sixth Biennial Conference, China Australian Studies Association, Xian.
2001 Sixth Annual Conference, AAWP, Canberra.
'The Regions Beyond: Australian Repatriation Considered', A Conference
and Literary Event, The Constitutional Centre, West Perth.
2002 Seventh Annual Conference, AAWP, Melbourne
Adelaide Writers' Week, Adelaide,
2003 Australian Poetry Seminar, Kenyon College, Ohio, USA.
Eighth Annual Conference, AAWP, Flinders University, Adelaide, SA.
Asian Association for Study of Australia, Trivandrum, India.
'On the Beach', Inaugural Interdisciplinary Conference of the International
Centre for Landscape and Language, Fremantle WA.
Ninth Annual Conference, AAWP, Perth, WA.
Inaugural ANSLE Conference, M University, Melbourne, Vic.
1971 Survey of Selected English Literature Departments in Australian Teachers'
Colleges in South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales.
1974 National Survey of University and CAE Buildings and Grounds Development
1976 National Survey of External Studies Departments in Australian Tertiary
1978 The Performing Arts Centre at the Darling Downs Institute of Advanced
1979 Community Colleges and Community Relations in Tertiary Institutions
an Women's Learning Centres, Victoria and South Australia.
1980 Selected Community Education Programs in Jutland, Shropshire and
1981 Australian Studies in Italian Universities Higher Educational Reforms
in Italy, 1968-1980.
1982 Public Relations Institute of Australia and Tertiary Public Relations
1990 China, Exchange Teaching, Guangzhou Institute of Foreign Languages.
1991 Tuscany, Italy, Learning the Landscape Project, Castellina in Chianti.
1993 Landscape and You Series, Open University P.A.G.E., SBS Television.
2004 Western Culture through Literature, Shanghai University for Science
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