Dr Lisa Harper Campbell is an academic, performer, writer, director and critic from Adelaide, South Australia. She obtained her doctorate in French Cinema from the University of Adelaide in 2017 and her first book, Reframing Remembrance: Contemporary French Cinema and the Second World War, was published by Manchester University Press in 2021. Lisa’s work explores socio-political issues with a comedic bent. Her research spans screen studies, French culture, history, semiology, memory studies, comedy, feminism and pedagogy. As well as her work in the arts and tertiary education, she has extensive personal and managerial experience in the disability sector.
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