Katherine Hammitt

Katherine Hammitt has a PhD in Comparative Studies in Literature and Culture from the University of Southern California where she also earned a Graduate Certificate in Translation Studies. Her scholarly work on Chantal T. Spitz has been published in The Australian Journal of French Studies, The French Australian Review, and H-France's online journal Imaginaries.

Tīfaifai and Translation: Piecing ‘Nadia’ from Chantal Spitz’s Cartes postales

In her 2006 collection of essays and poetry Pensées insolentes et inutiles, the pillar of francophone Oceanian literature that is Tahitian author Chantal T Spitz ruminates on the purpose of her writing: ‘This isn’t an autobiography but it now seems …

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