Nick Prescott studied Literature, Film and Drama as an undergraduate, and has been working in those areas ever since. Nick wrote his PhD on American authors Don DeLillo and Thomas Pynchon, and has an ongoing fascination with contemporary and postmodern literature. Teaching full-time in the Humanities since 2005, Nick is Coordinator of the Bachelor of Creative Arts, teaches the core topics in these degrees, and frequently delivers lectures on French Cinema for his colleagues in Languages. Nick is a weekly film reviewer for the ABC, was on the Adelaide Writers' Week Committee for a decade, and has written on both literature and the cinema for numerous publications both in Australia and overseas.
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Doctor of Philosophy
Most Popular Flinders Tutor, 2000 (Empire Times magazine)
Vice-Chancellor's Award for Innovation in Teaching, 2019
Weekly film reviewer, ABC Radio 891 (2002 - ongoing)
Member, FIPRESCI (Fédération Internationale de la Presse Cinématographique)
Chair, Judging Panel, Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature (Fiction category)
Member, Film Critics' Circle of Australia
Member, Adelaide Writers Week Advisory Committee (2004-2013)
Member, Arts SA Independent Makers and Presenters Panel (2008-2010)
Guest Lecturer, University of the Third Age
Member, Judging Panel, International Youth Silent Film Festival (ongoing)
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