Editors - in - Chief

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Nancy Guo

Nancy (she/her) is a third year Arts student studying Politics, International Relations and History. If she could specialise in every Arts subject available, she would. But until the university offers programmes that allow the undertaking of 38 different majors - documentary watching, reading, writing and taking hot girl walks will suffice. She has been previously published in magazines like Craccum and Kate.

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Katie McLean

Katie (she/her) is an Honours student in Biological Anthropology with focuses in palaeoanthropology and the evolution of cognition. She is currently working as a mentor and tutor for Anthropology Tuākana and is an aspiring lecturer/researcher. In her spare time she performs in local theatre and musical theatre productions, buys books she never has time to read, and takes a lot of naps. 

Gali Mortimer-Webster

Published in: Edition 12, "Wire Tension: The Internet and War"

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Jacca Chang

Jacca Chang (she/her) is a fourth year BA/LLB student double majoring in English and History, who joined the IJ Editorial Team in 2021! She is an aspiring writer/lawyer who is deeply passionate about all things to do with language. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, writing, painting (badly), and indulging in an unhealthy amount of bubble tea and sweet pastries. 

Published in: Edition 11,

"That 'End of the World' Feeling in the Poetry of Allen Curnow and Hone Tuwhare"

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Nithya Narayanan

Nithya (she/her) is in her final year of a BA/LLB(Hons) degree, double majoring in English and Economics for her BA. She joined the editorial team in 2019 and hasn't looked back since! Nithya is a keen poet whose work has previously appeared in StarlingMayhemHainamana, Salty and Best New Zealand Poems. She is also passionate about felines, legal dramas and everything Bollywood.

Published in: Edition 7,

"Depths and Surfaces: The System of Layers in Shakespeare's Richard III"

and Edition 9, "Reimagining History: Objective Identity versus Subjective Alterities in Don Mee Choi's 'Shitty Kitty"

Editorial Team

Published in: Edition 7,

"Depths and Surfaces: The System of Layers in Shakespeare's Richard III"

and Edition 9, "Reimagining History: Objective Identity versus Subjective Alterities in Don Mee Choi's 'Shitty Kitty"

INTERESTED IN JOINING US?

If you are interested in joining our team as a content editor or copy editor, we would love to hear from you!

Please note all positions are currently unpaid.