Editorial Team

Hannah Duffus


Hannah is in her fourth year of a Bachelor of Arts (History) and Diploma of Spanish and Latin American Studies at Monash University. She joined the Reinvention team as an Assistant Editor in 2018. As Lead Editor, Hannah aims to promote interdisciplinary collaboration and equitable access to the research profiled in Reinvention. While her own research interests remain broad, she particularly enjoys writing feminist and women’s histories.

Email: hannah.duffus@monash.edu


Kia Yee Ang

Assistant Editor

Kia Yee is a Singapore Chinese undergraduate of the University of Warwick. She is currently in the penultimate year of her BA English Literature and Creative Writing degree. Her current interests include ecocriticism, madness, Asian diasporas and identities, gender studies, psychoanalysis, performance studies (in particular the mundane as spectacle, the body as a site for revolt), and the philosophical implications of quantum mechanics. She is deeply passionate about finding purpose and fulfilment, and hopes that she will help nurture curious minds as an Assistant Editor of this journal.

Email: K.Ang@warwick.ac.uk

Seth Loo

Assistant Editor

Seth is an undergraduate student in the University of Warwick currently in the penultimate year of his BSc Economics degree. His research interests are broad, and in particular he has a passion for behavioural economics and strongly advocates interdisciplinary approaches to economic research. With his capacity as Assistant Editor for this journal, he hopes to cultivate a stronger yearning for the pursuit of knowledge among student communities.

Email: C.Loo@warwick.ac.uk

Madeleine Clark

Assistant Editor

Madeleine is currently in her final year of a Diploma of International Relations. In 2018 she earned First Class Honours in Philosophy, having completed a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Art History. She is passionate about interdisciplinary research, and hopes to pursue a research career across multiple areas. While studying, Madeleine presented numerous times at ICUR, and acted as a COMPASS mentor for two years. Her current interests include the philosophy of aesthetics, feminist and outsider art history, political philosophy, and conflict studies.

Email: madeleineroseclark@gmail.com

Sarsha Crawley

Assistant Editor

Sarsha is in her final year of a Commerce and Arts degree at Monash University with majors in Economics, International Studies and Psychology. She completed a study abroad year at the University of Warwick and presented research at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research. Sarsha is passionate about interdisciplinary research, with a keen interest in academic intersections that contribute to sustainable development.

Email: sjcra8@student.monash.edu


Tiana Mahncke

Assistant Editor

Tiana is a Bachelor of Science (Geographical Science) and Global Studies student with a keen interest in the intersection between environmental degradation, social disadvantage, and human health.  In 2017, she presented a research project on student-led development at the International Conference of Undergraduate Research.  Leveraging the skills gained through ICUR, she was then selected as a Monash delegate to present at the 2018 International Conference for Sustainable Development in New York City.  Whilst serving as an Assistant Editor, Tiana will be completing an exchange semester at King’s College London, followed by a final semester at Monash University, and a public health study tour in Indonesia.

Email: tlmah2@student.monash.edu

Raphael Morris

Assistant Editor

Raphael Morris recently completed two bachelor’s degrees in philosophy and pure mathematics, and is currently studying an honours degree at Monash University. He is writing his thesis on the philosophy of fiction, a subject on which he has presented at the III Blasco Disputatio: Singular terms in fiction conference in Spain and the Once upon a time: Semantic approaches to fiction, literature, and narrative conference in the Netherlands. Raphael is excited to join the Reinvention team in 2019, and is looking forward to helping other students in their first forays into the world of research.

Email: grmor39@student.monash.edu


Alex Verge

Assistant Editor

Alex is a second-year History student at the University of Warwick. Of particular interest to him is global history as well as the history of ideas. He will spend the first term of his final year studying in Venice the history of Renaissance Venice and Florence. After looking at some past issues of Reinvention he became keen to participate in the publication of high-quality undergraduate research. Further attraction lay in the possibility presented by working for Reinvention of connecting with students across the globe.

Email: A.Verge@warwick.ac.uk

Polina Zelmanova

Assistant Editor

Polina is currently in her second year of the Film Studies BA at the University of Warwick. She is interested in interdisciplinary arts on both a production and academic level, particularly avant-garde practices and practices experimenting with form, as well as representations of gender and sexuality. By becoming a part of the Reinvention team, she was given a great opportunity to work with and exchange views with people from different disciplinaries, broadening her approach to academic research.

Email: P.Zelmanova@warwick.ac.uk


Connie Slater

Book Reviews Editor

Connie is a Second year English Literature and Comparative studies student at the University of Warwick. She is particularly interested in 20th Century, ‘Modern’ Literature and how social/political movements in history have shaped texts in their application to reality. ‘Reinvention’s’ focus on creating a link with the Monash University interests her at this time, particularly as she is applying to do a year abroad in Paris at the Sorbonne and can see the multi-cultural environment of both institutions supports the development of a global community of undergraduate writers.

Email: C.Slater.1@warwick.ac.uk

Millie Jacoby

Marketing Assistant

Millie is a French and Hispanic Studies student at the University of Warwick. As a student with an interest in academic research but who is also experienced in social media promotion and advertising, the job of Marketing Assistant for the journal is a perfect fit. When not running the social media pages and writing online posts for the journal, she enjoys researching Jewish representation in French literature.

Email: M.Jacoby@warwick.ac.uk


Positions occupied by staff members based at Warwick and Monash:

  • Journal Manager
    Emma Barker
  • Academic Advisor (Warwick)
    Dr Cath Lambert
  • Academic Advisor (Monash)
    Dr Ernest Koh
  • Layout Editors
    Nic Duke
    Emma Barker
    Fiona O'Brien

External Team Members:

  • Copy-editor and Proofreader

    Dr Catherine Hanley of Hanley Editorial (Advanced Professional Member of the Society for Editors and Proofreaders)

  • Assistant Copy-editor and Proofreader (Volume 3, Issue 1)

    Megan Lawler

  • Copy-editor and Proofreader (Volume 10, Issue 1)

    Claire Handy