Dr Ginna Brock

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Dr Ginna Brock


Teaching areas

  • English
  • Creative Writing

Research areas

  • classical literature
  • medieval literature
  • Renaissance literature
  • the tragic tradition
  • dramatic studies
  • the art of storytelling


Ginna teaches into Creative Writing and English courses at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Her research focuses on philosophical concepts of belonging and connectivity within the tragic tradition. Her research also examines pedagogical practices in the university setting and proposes innovative ways to deliver course material. Currently, Ginna is researching the representation of the refugee in contemporary literature. As a member of USC's Arts Research in Creative Humanities (ARCH) research cluster, Ginna collaborates on both creative and critical research investigating phenomenological representations of space in literary works.

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Professional memberships

  • Australia and New Zealand Shakespeare Association


  • Vice-Chancellor and President’s Award for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, Sessional Staff, 2012, University of the Sunshine Coast
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