English seminar ‘On Waiting Upon'
Speculations by an Australian Novelist on the Experience of Writing a Commissioned Novel
This event will be held online via Zoom. University staff and students can join the event in the Woolley Common Room, Level 4, John Woolley Building (A20).
Wednesday 2 June 3 pm
Sometimes a book has a mysterious power over readers. Using an interdisciplinary approach through her neuroscientist and novellist background, Sue Woolfe presents a book’s power from a creator’s point of view.
She is a well-published Australian novelist and she has taught Creative Writing at Sydney University and other universities for two decades. Then she studied the neuroscience of creativity and has been teaching the neuroscience of creativity
To go further, read the book from AFRAN member Jean-François Verney: The Rise of the Australian Neurohumanities: Conversations between Neurocognitive Research and Australian Literature