Phillip Morrissey, Ruby Lowe and Marion Campbell

Philip Morrissey retired in 2017 after ten years as the Academic Coordinator of the Australian Indigenous Studies Program at the University of Melbourne. In this role he created and implemented the University’s first Australian Indigenous Studies major and honours program. His most recent publication, edited with Chris Healy, is Reading the Country: 30 Years On, UTS ePress, 2018.

Ruby Lowe is a PhD candidate at New York University. She completed a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) at the University of Melbourne and co-convened the first
Kim Scott Colloquium with Philip Morrissey in 2012. She works in the field of
seventeenth-century English literature; her dissertation is about John Milton and print oratory during the English Civil War.

Marion Campbell worked for thirty years in the English program at the University of Melbourne. She specialises in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century English literature.