Raelke Grimmer


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Raelke Grimmer is a Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing and Applied Linguistics and Discipline Head, Education and Enabling, in the Faculty of Arts and Society.  She is one of the founding editors of Borderlands, a literary journal of the Northern Territory and a 2023 fellow in the Australia Council's Digital Fellowship Program.  Her research interests include creative non-fiction, genre analysis, text analysis, multilingual Australian literatures and mono/multilingualism in Australia, as well as autonomous language learning. Her creative writing has been published in Australian literary journals Westerly, Griffith Review, Kill Your Darlings and Meniscus. She is President of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association (AULLA), and an editor of the association's journal, Journal of Language, Literature and Culture.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Exploring Australia's Monolingualism and Multiculturalism through Language Journalism, Flinders University

Feb 201521 Jan 2021

Award Date: 21 Jan 2021

Master, Master of Arts (Applied Linguistics), University of Adelaide

Feb 2012Jun 2013

Award Date: 1 Nov 2013

Bachelor, Bachelor of Creative Arts (Creative Writing), Flinders University

Feb 2009Nov 2011

Award Date: 14 Apr 2012


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