Paul Kauffman has traveled with Australian indigenous leaders in North America and New Zealand. He has administered indigenous housing, land, heritage and cultural programs since 1985. He was appointed Associate Professor at the University of Canberra in 1997 and worked in multicultural affairs in Australia and at the OECD in Europe in 2000-2002. He has investigated diversity and international business in North America and Europe. His recent books are Wik, Mining and Aborigines Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1998, and Travelling Aboriginal Australia: Discovery and Reconciliation Hyland House, Melbourne, 2000. Memberships: FAIM, FASA, ISA, AIATSIS.

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The Tempestuous Sexual and Creative Life of William Shakespeare and Emilia Bassano-Lanier

This article shows how the tempestuous life experiences of William Shakespeare and Emilia Bassano-Lanier are represented, transformed, and resolved in their art.

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Published online: August 15, 2017