Wenche joined the University of Wollongong in 2006 as Professor of English Literatures. Formerly of Deakin University, she has taught across a number of fields in English, Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies, with particular interest in: * Australian literature and culture, * Transnational, diasporic and multicultural literatures, * Literary and cultural theory, * Postmodern fiction and * Research methodology. After serving for two years as Associate Dean (Research), Wenche was appointed to the position of Dean of the Faculty of Arts in 2009. Wenche has published widely on multiculturalism and multicultural writing, with special emphasis on Asian diasporas and on theories of transcultural literary formations.
Sex and the global city: chick lit with a difference, Faculty of Arts - Papers (2011)
‘This story does not begin on a boat’: What is Australian about Asian Australian writing?, Faculty of Arts - Papers (2011)
Transnational (Il)literacies: Reading the "New Chinese Literature in Australia" in China, Faculty of Arts - Papers (2011)
Brave new world: Myth and migration in recent Asian-Australian picture books, Faculty of Arts - Papers (2009)
From Exodus to the American Dream, from Terra Nullius to the Yellow Peril to multicultural...