Hancox, Donna Maree

Queensland University of Technology
Donna Hancox is an Associate Lecturer in Creative Writing and Literary Studies at Queensland University of Technology. In 2009 she completed her PhD 'Two Voices', her research interests include the roles of storytelling and digital technology in social inclusion. She has led research projects collaborating with community groups such as Sisters Inside and Micah Projects, and is in the process of extending this research with other local organisations concerned with refugees and asylum seekers.


  • Editorial
    Cohesion as a term connotes attraction, unity, and commonness amongst discrete entities. Considering cohesion as a concept is timely with the recent rise of network culture, which comes with both subtle and radical changes in how people connect with, position themselves in relation to, and understand other constituents of societyRead more