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Award-winning writer joins UQ

Multi-award-winning writer and indigenous activist Dr Anita Heiss has been appointed as Professor of Communication at the University of Queensland, in a joint appointment between the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit and the School of Communication and Arts. Professor Heiss is a prolific writer of non-fiction, historical fiction, children’s literature and poetry with a passion for sharing understanding of contemporary Aboriginal life in Australia.

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