James Phillip McAuley
McAULEY, James Phillip. b. Lakemba, Sydney, 12 October 1917; d. Hobert, Tasmania, 15 October 1976. McAuley was educated at Fort Street Boys’ High School, Sydney, and went on to complete an MA at the University of Sydney and a Dip Ed at the Sydney Teachers’ College. He taught for a time in state secondary schools, then served in the Army Directorate of Research and Civil Affairs, mainly in New Guinea, during the Second World War. He held the position of Lecturer in Government at the Australian School of Pacific Administration from 1946-60. In 1960 he became Reader in Poetry at the University of Tasmania, and held the position of Professor of English there from 1961 until his death at Hobart...
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