January-February 2015, issue no. 368
James McNamara

James McNamara

James McNamara was born in Western Australia in 1982. He received degrees in English and Law from the University of Western Australia and was a Clarendon Scholar in English at Oxford, where he wrote his doctorate on ideas about vivisection and the soul in John Donne’s, Jonathan Swift’s, and George Eliot’s writing. Previously the Junior Dean of Pembroke College, Oxford and an international dispute resolution lawyer in London, he now practices law in Sydney. He is finishing a novel.

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