Eleni Pavlides received her PhD from the University of Western Australia in 2011, and currently works as a University Associate with the School of Social Sciences at the University of Tasmania. She is a playwright, performer and literary critic who enjoys book reviewing, and has published in the field of Australian studies with the aim of furthering cross-cultural understanding.
Eleni is the author of Un-Australian Fictions: Nation, Multiculture(alism) and Globalisation, 1988-2008. This is her first book, and she explains her reasons for choosing to publish it with Cambridge Scholars Publishing:
“As this was my first foray into academic publishing, I sought the advice of my colleagues. Cambridge Scholars surpassed my colleagues’ recommendations. Consequently, my first academic publishing experience was richly rewarding. In every instance of my dealings with them, Cambridge Scholars “walked the talk”—they delivered what they said they would, when they said they would. I never felt as if I was an early career researcher, as every query and request for help was treated supportively and respectfully. Expertise and guidance was always at hand. From manuscript to final publication, my book was produced in an impressively short turnaround time and the publishing quality was impressive. I could not have asked for more from my editor. In the light of others’ experiences, I am so grateful that my colleagues encouraged me to publish with Cambridge Scholars. Thank you to everyone who worked with me!”
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