Dr Christine Regan

BA (Hons); PhD (Australian National University)
Visiting Fellow & Teaching Fellow
College of Arts and Social Sciences

Areas of expertise

  • British And Irish Literature 200503
  • Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Literature 200501

Research interests

Literary studies; historical contextualizaton of British, Irish, and Indigenous  Australian literature



Christine Regan was awarded her PhD from the ANU and works in the fields of English and Indigenous literary studies, and is a visiting fellow and teaching fellow at ANU. She is the author of The Rimbaud of Leeds: The Political Character of Tony Harrison’s Poetry (2016) and essays about Harrison's life and work, and is currently developing a new monograph and edited collections of essays.

Researcher's projects


Christine is currently developing a new monograph and a collection of essays. She regularly reviews manuscripts for scholarly journals and publishes essays in her field of scholarship.


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