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Catherine Margaret Speck

Catherine Margaret Speck, Australian art historian. Recipient John Treloar Grant-in-Aid, Australian War Memorial, Canberra, 1992-1993. Member Contemporary Art Center of South Australia, Experimental Art Foundation, Art Association Australia, Research Center for Gender Studies.

Background

  • Speck, Catherine Margaret was born on February 6, 1950 in Adelaide, Australia. Daughter of Gerald Anthony and Margaret Mary (Keany) Speck.

  • Education

    • Diploma of Teaching, Western Teachers College, Adelaide, Australia, 1971. Bachelor (honours), Flinders University, 1977. Master of Education, University Canberra, Australia, 1985.

      Doctor of Philosophy, Monash University, Australia, 1996.

    Career

    • Teacher South Australia Education Department, 1971-1979, 83. Tutor Hartley College Advanced Education, 1979. Lecturer South Australian College Advanced Education, 1983, 84-90, University South Australia, 1990-1992, senior lecturer, since 1993.

      Convenor Art and Design Research Group, since 1996.

    Works

    • Member editol. Board Australian Art Education, since 1988, book review editor, 1988-1991. Member editol.

      Board Australian Journal of Art, since 1996. Contributor numerous articles to professional art journals.

    Membership

    Member Contemporary Art Center of South Australia, Experimental Art Foundation, Art Association Australia, Research Center for Gender Studies.

    Connections

    • Married Christian Edward Mortensen. Children: Edith Jennnifer, Alexander Jesse.
    • father: Gerald Anthony Speck
    • mother: Margaret Mary (Keany) Speck
    • spouse: Christian Edward Mortensen
    • children: Edith Jennnifer Speck
    • Alexander Jesse Speck
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    Born February 6, 1950
    (age 67)
    Nationality
    • 1971
      Western Teachers College
    • 1977
      Flinders University
    • 1985
      University Canberra
    • 1996
      Monash University
    • 1971 - 1979
      Teacher, South Australia Education Department
    • 1979
      tutor Hartley College Advanced Education
    • 1983
      lecturer, South Australian College Advanced Education
    • 1990 - 1992
      lecturer, South Australian College Advanced Education
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