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Amanda Laugesen

(MENAFN - The Conversation) Director, Australian National Dictionary Centre, Australian National University Profile Articles Activity

Amanda Laugesen is Director of the Australian National Dictionary Centre and a Senior Fellow at the ANU. She is the author of many books and articles in Australian and US History, as well as having edited several major Australian dictionaries. She is Chief Editor of the Australian National Dictionary. Her most recent book is Rooted: An Australian History of Bad Language (NewSouth, 2020).

  • 2012present Head, Australian National Dictionary Centre
  • 2017present Senior fellow, Australian National University
  • 20122016 Fellow, Australian National University



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