Doctor of Creative Arts candidate, University of Technology Sydney

Christine is researching the experience of Japanese civilians interned in Australia during World War II, focusing on Australian-born and part-Japanese internees. As part of her doctoral degree, she's writing a novel set inside the Loveday internment camps in South Australia during World War II.

Her other research interests include Japan's involvement in biological warfare testing during WWII, and the connectivity of history and memory in writing.
Christine feature articles, profiles and reviews have appeared in newspapers and magazines nationwide, and her fiction has been anthologised and published in Seizure journal and SWAMP.


  • –present
    Doctor of Creative Arts candidate, University of Technology, Sydney


  • 2011 
    Iowa Writers' Workshop, Summer Fiction Session
  • 2003 
    University of Technology, Sydney, Bachelor of Arts (Communications) First Class Honours
  • 2001 
    Macquarie University, Bachelor of Media

Research Areas

  • Performing Arts And Creative Writing (1904)
  • Studies In Creative Arts And Writing (19)
  • Creative Arts, Media And Communication Curriculum And Pedagogy (130201)
  • Australian History (Excl. Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander History) (210303)
  • Asian History (210302)
  • Memory Structures (100604)
  • Migrant Cultural Studies (200208)
  • Cultural Studies (2002)