Dr Christiane Gerblinger
After completing a PhD on science and regeneration in Gothic science fiction in 2000, Christiane worked in a range of public sector roles, including as senior policy adviser and speechwriter. Her last stint as a speechwriter in the Treasury portfolio led to her being awarded a Sir Roland Wilson scholarship to undertake a second PhD on the language of rejected or ignored policy advice. She graduated in 2021 and is currently a Visiting Fellow and co-convenor of ‘Science, Technology and Public Policy’ with A/Prof Sujatha Raman.
Peter Baume Building 42A
Primal Future: Science and Regeneration in Gothic Science Fiction (PhD thesis), 2000