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Dr Christopher J. Hill is a Lecturer in the Language and Communication Centre (LCC). He is presently involved with curriculum revision for English Proficiency HW0001. He has been teaching for 13 years, and has worked at universities in New Zealand, Indonesia, Hong Kong and Singapore. He has taught and developed courses on a range of humanities subjects including: Academic English, Communication studies, Film and Media studies, English Literature and Creative Writing. His PhD thesis explored the role of music figures in the contemporary transnational novel. His present research interests focus on contemporary literature, and creative and blended learning strategies for the teaching of writing.
Hill, Christopher John. 2015. Richard Powers’ The Time of Our Singing: Narrative knots. The Explicator 73(3). 218-221.
Hill, Christopher John. 2013. Apple’s dictation software: A voice solution for writers whose hands need a rest. Writing & Pedagogy 5(2). 349-356.