Jennifer Mae Hamilton
Jennifer Mae Hamilton is a lecturer in English Literary Studies at the University of New England in Armidale.
All essays by Jennifer Mae Hamilton
In the Time of the Manaroans
by Miro Bilbrough
Published September 2020
Growing Up Off the Grid
I’ve been in therapy for nearly half a decade and I’m only now re-connecting with aspects of myself that I tried to leave behind. Still, now, in my late thirties, I find myself too embarrassed to look back. From where I stand, it is heroic to relive the emotional and physical experience of being teenage again and braver still to write and publish a memoir about it.
Bodies of Water: Posthuman Feminist Phenomenology
by Astrida Neimanis
Published January, 2017
All The World’s A Drain
If it is the job of a phenomenologist to describe conscious experience, Bodies of Water: Posthuman Feminist Phenomenology does so in a way that collapses the distinction between one’s psychic life and one’s material situation. Its author, Astrida Neimanis, challenges us to reimagine how individual human bodies—constituted of approximately 70 per cent water—are thoroughly implicated in the planetary hydrocommons.