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living in the urban setting. Indeed, Eric continues to work on the genesis of modern international migration as well as on Highland history. That there is indeed more to come from his ever fertile brain is well represented by his Carnegie Visiting Professorship at Scotland’s newest university, the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI), in 2014. The first director of the UHI’s Centre for

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various literary influences and affiliations link with his biography in potentially elucidating ways. Born and bred in Brisbane, Malouf subsequently embarked on a period of international migration and eventually resettled in Australia (though not in Brisbane). This history of movement and selftransplanting, and especially the places it has included, has a palpable impact on his work. Malouf’s early formation takes place in the social context of post-Second World War Australia. For him, as for others of his generation, this context contributes to a burgeoning new

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