Dr. Camille Rouliere

Early career researcher Dr Camille Roulière is an Environmental Humanities scholar who was recently awarded a Dean’s Commendation and a University Doctoral Research Medal for her PhD thesis entitled “Visions of Water” (The University of Adelaide). She has held various administrative and research roles, most notably at Flinders University and at the J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice.

Camille has been the recipient of numerous grants for her research, including the 2019 Bill Cowan Barr Smith Library Fellowship. Her work has been published in Southerly, Cordite Scholarly, Art + Australia and an anthology within Routledge’s Environmental Humanities series. She has pieces forthcoming with Shima and Performance Philosophy.



Nan Tien Institute (NTI) is a private, not for profit, government accredited higher education provider offering studies in the areas of Buddhist studies, health and wellbeing, within an environment that incorporates contemplative education.

NTI offers postgraduate programs in Applied Buddhist Studies, Health and Social Wellbeing, Humanistic Buddhism, and Mental Health as well as customised Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programs and special interest subjects across the areas of meditation, mindfulness and health.

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