Evelyn Wallace-Carter, B.A. (Hons), PhD.
Phone 82969386 or 0408807077
2009 PhD thesis: “The danger is in standing to’t” (‘All’s Well that Ends Well’,
3.2.40) The possibility of transformation for Shakespeare’s
immature male characters, accepted. PhD presented in April
1996 First Class Honours Degree of Bachelor of Arts from Flinders University of
South Australia (presented 15.4.97).
1995 Ordinary Degree of Bachelor of Arts (English and Drama) from Flinders
University of South Australia (presented 19.4.96).
1980s Public Relations Certificate (three years part-time) awarded by the Public
Relations Institute of Australia.
1980s Sculpture Certificate (3-yr p/t), awarded by the S.A. School of Arts.
Early education took place in Adelaide.
2000-2004 Flinders University Lecturing and tutoring including.
English in the Workplace. Occasional
1984-1992 Hillcrest Hospital Publicity and Promotions Officer p/t 8 years
1981-1987 Dept of the Public Service Board Publicity and Promotions Officer p/t 6 yrs
1975-80 S.A Department of Fisheries Publicity and Promotions Officer five years
1974 S.A. Public Service Association Understudying editor one year.
Prior to that worked in London for five years for the British Council, a political party,
a large local co-operative society and for a local library. Earlier worked in Adelaide.
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
A 408-page social history of the fishing industry in South Australia, For they were fishers
(Adelaide: Amphitrite Publishing House, 1987). Re-issued in a facsimile issue in
'The Adelaide Fish Market' in William Shakespeare's Adelaide 1860-1930, ed., Brian Dickey
(Adelaide: Association of Professional Historians Inc.1992).
REFEREED ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTER
Segment on Fishing in The Wakefield Companion to South Australian History, ed., Wilfrid Prest
(Kent Town: Wakefield Press, 2001).
2004: Lecture to Flinders University first year English students on Shakespeare’s
Othello and The Winter’s Tale.
2000: Semester 1: Flinders University, English Department, part-time teaching of
English in the Workplace.
1998, 1999 and Lectures on Shakespeare to the Year 12 English
2000: Studies Conferences
PUBLIC TALKS, INVITED PRESENTATION AND PARTICIPATION IN POPULAR MEDIA
A paper on Immature male characters in Shakespeare’s works was presented at the conference of
the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies in Perth in
A paper on 'All's Well that Ends Well’ as an alchemic parable was presented at the conference
of the Australian and New Zealand Shakespeare Association in Brisbane in 1998.
GRANTS, AWARDS AND PRIZES
1997-2000: Australian Postgraduate Award (with stipend).
1987 SAFIC Award presented “in recognition of outstanding contribution and
unselfish service to the fishing industry in South Australia” by
the South Australian Fishing Industry Council Inc.
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND RELATED EXPERIENCE
1990-2005 Member Flinders Uni. Student Assoc. 10 years
Exec. Committee member F.U. Postgrads Association. 4 years
(Represented the Postgrads Association on the Flinders Library Advisory Committee and the
Faculty of Education, Humanities, Law and Theology Research and Research Higher Degrees
1998-2004 Fire Warden voluntary Flinders Unive 6 years
1998-2002 Exec. Committee member Holdfast Bay Dog Owners Assoc 4 years
1990s Member of group formed to save public land in Marino area. (Ultimately
Currently Member of the Australian and New Zealand Shakespeare Association,
The Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early
Modern Studies, andThe Professional Historians Association (S.A.) Inc.
Friend of the State Opera and a Friend of the S.A. Maritime Museum.
1973-92 Member of the Australian Journalists’ Association while working as a Publicity
RELATED COURSES AND WORKSHOPS
2000: 'Sources of Non-Traditional Research Funding', Office of Research; 'Ideas for
Lecturing', Tutor Training' and 'Teaching Difficult Subjects', Staff Development Unit.
1999: 'Understanding E-mails', Staff Development Unit;
'Publish and Prosper: How to get your work published', Postgrad. Students'
1998: Postgraduate Research Seminar, and 'The stages of a thesis', Postgrad. Students'
1997: Electronic Resources, Staff Development Unit.
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