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us: Murray, Stuart, 1967-

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    • Stuart Fletcher
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        (naf) New Zealand
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        (naf) Great Britain
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Leeds (England)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) University of Leeds
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        (lcsh) College teachers
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    • Sources

      • found: Not on any map, 1997: t.p. (Stuart Murray) p. 4 of cover (lect. in English Dept. at Trinity Coll. Dublin)
      • found: BL AL recd. 30 June 1997 (Stuart Fletcher Murray, born 23 Jan. 1967)
      • found: Autism, 2012: t.p. (Stuart Murray) prelim. (prof. of contemporary literature and film and director of medical humanities research in the School of English at the Univ. of Leeds in the UK)
      • found: University of Leeds, Facutly of Arts, Sept. 02, 2014 (Professor Stuart Murray; Professor of Contemporary Literatures and Film; came to Leeds in September 2000 after spending 7 years working at Trinity College, Dublin; research interests are varied and range across cultures and time periods; focus lies in medical humanities and cultural disability studies. Director of the Leeds Centre for Medical Humanities, a multidisciplinary research centre that works with both academic and non-academic partners. Initially trained, in New Zealand, as a postcolonialist; still maintains a strong interest on the literatures, film and cultural history surrounding the issues of postcolonial encounter and settlement, especially that from New Zealand and the Pacific; also the co-editor of the Leeds/Singapore based postcolonial journal Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writings) {}
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      • 1997-06-20: new
      • 2014-11-28: revised
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