Congratulations to Olivia Cuff, the winner of the 2015 AWCUM Prize.
The AWCUM Prize is an annual award made to the top student in a gender issues-related second year Arts subject selected by AWCUM that aligns with our objectives. AWCUM's objectives are to promote and maintain a strong support network for all women employed by the University of Melbourne - both academic and professional staff.
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|2015||Olivia Cuff||AIND20008 Aboriginal Women and Coloniality||Aboriginal women and writing: Does the work of female Aboriginal writers reveal their lived experiences and challenges? How is their writing subverting the colonial framework.|
AIND20008 Aboriginal Women and Coloniality
|Aboriginal Women's Agency on the Frontier: Warrior Women and the Subversion of Settler Hegemony in Australia.|
|AIND20008 Aboriginal Women and Coloniality|
|2012||Bridget Chappell||AIND20008 Aboriginal Women and Coloniality|
|2011||Molly Lukin||AIND20008 Aboriginal Women and Coloniality|
|2010||Not Awarded||Insufficient funds|
|2009||Bronwen Memory||121218 Genders, Bodies, Borders|
|2008||Jessica Megarry||671316 Women in Arabic and Islamic Literature|
|2007||Courtney Blunsdon||110231-01 Muslim Women and Islamic Feminism|