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Anne Pender Anne Pender i(A27043 works by) (a.k.a. Jennifer Anne Pender)
Born: Established: 1962 ;
Gender: Female
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Anne Pender is (2016) Professor of English and Theatre Studies. She held an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship from 2012-2015 and conducted a major study of Australian actors on stage, television and film. A Menzies Scholar to Harvard University and graduate of the Australian National University and the University of New South Wales, Anne taught Australian Literature at King's College London in 2002-03 and was Visiting Distinguished Professor of Australian Studies at the University of Copenhagen in 2011-12. Anne's books include Christina Stead : Satirist (2002), Nick Enright : An Actor's Playwright (2008), One Man Show : The Stages of Barry Humphries, and, with Bruce Bennett, From a Distant Shore : Australian Writers in Britain 1820–2012 (2013).

In 2016, AustLit published a collection of essays detailing the lives and careers of some of Australia's best known actors, entitled: Players : Australian Actors on Stage, Television, and Film.



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2018 recipient Fulbright Scholarships for Australian Citizens Fulbright Senior Scholarship

To study the lives and output of US-based Australian authors: Peter Carey, Geraldine Brooks, and Jill Ker Conway.

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