Grace Chipperfield is a Fulbright Scholar and tutor in English and Creative Writing at Flinders University. She recently completed her PhD in creative writing, which took the form of a collection of essays on author David Foster Wallace and his fans. She is on the board of the International David Foster Wallace Society and an associate editor for The Journal of David Foster Wallace Studies. She also provides learning support to Flinders students as an adviser for Student Learning and Support Services.
PhD (Creative Writing), conferred 15 December 2020. Flinders University.
Bachelor of Creative Arts (Creative Writing) (Hons) (First Class) (H1), 2014-2015. Flinders University.
Diploma in Languages (Spanish), 2010-2013. Flinders University.
Fulbright 2017/18 Postgraduate Scholarship, Australian-American Fulbright Commission 2017
Development Grant, Flinders University Student Association 2017
Flinders University Academic Internship Program, Faculty of Education, Humanities and Law, Flinders University 2017
Reserve Candidate, Fulbright 2016/17 Postgraduate Scholarship, Australian-American Fulbright Commission 2016
Competitive Postgraduate Conference/Workshop Grant, Faculty of Education, Humanities and Law, Flinders University 2016
Australian Postgraduate Award Scholarship, Australian Federal Government 2015
University Medal, Flinders University 2014
ENGL1101: Approaches to Literature
ENGL1102: Literary Interpretations
ENGL2140: Epochs of English
ENGL2131: Twenty-first Century Literature, Texts and Contexts
ENGL3210: Prose Fiction Writing
CREA3101: Prose Fiction Writing
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