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Michèle Grossman Michèle Grossman i(A14845 works by)
Born: Established: 1957 ;
Gender: Female
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Michèle Grossman, Professor in Cultural Studies at Victoria University, has taught in Literary Studies, Cultural Studies and Professional Writing with a particular focus on contemporary fiction and literary theory, postcoloniality, and writing and cultural difference.

Educated in the United States, she received a BA from the State University of New York and an MA from the City University of New York. Since arriving in Australia in the late 1980s, she has taught primarily at Victoria University. Her research interests include Aboriginal writing and cultural production; the politics of race, gender and ethnicity in cultural theory; feminist perspectives on writing and textuality; and contemporary representations of indigeneity in Western culture. In addition to many articles and reviews, she was co-editor of Australian Women's Book Review from 1992-1994.

In 2004, Grossman completed her doctoral thesis, a critique of collaborative editing relations in the sphere of Aboriginal life writing, at Monash University. This was published in 2013 with the title Entangled Subjects.

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