Manasi is a PhD candidate in the School of Medicine at the University of Adelaide.
Manasi is a trained medical doctor with an MD degree (Hons.). Her PhD research mainly focused on conducting studies to help improve the understanding on potential mechanism through which vitamin D may exert its effects in chronic painful conditions especially chronic non-specific musculoskeletal pain.
Jacqueline Sloan Morgan's current research explores similarities and divergences in representations of women’s settlement experiences and emergent national identities in nineteenth-century Australian and Canadian literature. Her work engages with the larger corpus of colonial/ post-colonial/ decolonial studies and considers concepts of national identity, national mythology, gender, feminist scholarship, race and the intersection of these themes to establish critical and historical context.
Jon studied theoretical physics and then philosophy at Flinders University. After completing his PhD at Adelaide (thesis, Consciousness: A Connectionist Perspective) he took up an ARC Postdoc, before joining the teaching staff here. His primary research interests are in the philosophy of mind, cognitive science, and the philosophy of science. He was a member of the McDonnell Project in Philosophy and the Neurosciences.
After completing my French major at the University of Adelaide, I undertook a PhD in French literature at the University of Provence, France. My thesis was concerned with phenomenological theories of reading and their narratological extensions. On returning to Australia, I did a three-year Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Sydney, which led to the publication of my monograph "Ethique et littérature". I have been lecturer in French Studies at the University of Adelaide since 1995.