Dr Catherine Noske
Started at UWA: 2015
Judge for the WA Premier’s Book Award and current Judge for City of Fremantle TAG Hungerford Prize, 2016
Editor of Westerly Magazine, one of Australia’s older literary magazines, and the only one based in WA, 2015 onwards
Shortlisted for the Dorothy Hewett Prize for her novel manuscript, The Call of Salt, 2015
Awarded a Student Guild Student’s Choice Award for excellence in teaching, 2017
Eight new Australian writers you should read
There is a lot that is wonderful happening in Western Australian literature. Josephine Wilson’s Miles Franklin award for Extinctions is testament to this.Read more
Dr Noske's teaching is based around curiosity, unpicking a text to see how it works and what it's doing in the world. She shares her enthusiasm for analysis with her students.
Dr Noske currently teaches the following undergraduate units:
Working with Words: Catherine Noske
Editor of Westerly Magazine, Catherine Noske, speaks with us about the value of anthologies, the pros and cons of 'show, don't tell', and the power of writing to show you yourself – and the world – in new ways.Read more
English and Literary Studies
English and literary research in the School of Humanities investigates how we manufacture meaning through novels, poems, plays, film and television.
Philosophy research at UWA strives to engage critically and creatively with the world around us while searching for answers to life's big questions.
Master of Arts (Creative Writing)
Hone your professional skills in creative writing.
Bachelor of Arts
Explore what it means to be human. The Bachelor of Arts can include study of the humanities, social and cultural studies, languages and music.