Poetry in a Time of Calamity: A Humanities Response to the Canterbury Earthquakes (2020)
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CitationMillar P (2020). Poetry in a Time of Calamity: A Humanities Response to the Canterbury Earthquakes. Rutherford Hotel, Whakatū | Nelson: QuakeCoRE Annual Meeting. 08/12/2020-10/12/2020.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research36 - Creative arts and writing::3602 - Creative and professional writing::360201 - Creative writing (incl. scriptwriting)
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