Associate Professor Rosanne Kennedy

Associate Professor in Gender, Sexuality and Culture and Literary Studies
Chair, Memory Studies Forum, Modern Language Association
Grand Challenge Team Member, Beyond Reconciliation: Truth-telling for Indigenous Well-being and the Health of the Nation
School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics
ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences
Types of mentoring: 
Academic

I believe mentoring is important because it provides the opportunity to discuss and share issues, challenges, plans, and productive approaches outside of formal processes; it also helps to build networks and decrease isolation.

With a teaching and research position, children and an academic partner, I have learned to balance and be responsive to changing demands. A dual citizen with overseas education, academic networks and family, I bring transnational experience and networks to mentoring. My teaching and research – in gender studies, literature and cultural studies, memory studies and human rights – is interdisciplinary. I value collaboration, and has developed and participated in teaching and research initiatives across colleges and internationally. I am committed to building the next generation of researchers, and have extensive experience in HDR supervision. Through a long career at ANU, I have participated and gained experience in negotiating numerous structural changes.

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