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  • Camille Roulière

    Camille Roulière

    Camille is a cotutelle PhD student at the universities of Adelaide and Caen Normandie (France). Her research centres on spatial poetics and she investigates the links between place and art, primarily music, in Lower Murray Country (South Australia). Her research specifically aims to trace, map and interpret cultural perceptions of these landscapes, and their evolution. Her academic interests range widely from spatial and environmental humanities to Indigenous studies and ethnomusicology. Camille also works creatively as a scriptwriter/author, illustrator/painter/sculptor/glass artist, and amateur flutist and singer.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE
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