Anthony Uhlmann is Distinguished Professor of Literature at Western Sydney University. He is the author of four monographs: Beckett and Poststructuralism (CUP, 1999), Samuel Beckett and the Philosophical Image (Cambridge UP, 2006), Thinking in Literature: Joyce, Woolf, Nabokov (Bloomsbury, 2011), J. M. Coetzee, Truth, Meaning, Fiction (Bloomsbury, 2020). From 2008-2013 he edited the Journal of Beckett Studies. He was Director of the Writing and Society Research Centre from 2011-2019 and is a former President of the Australian University Heads of English. He is the author of a novel Saint Antony in His Desert, (UWAP, 2018).
Western Sydney University
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