Items where Subject is "20 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE > 2005 Literary Studies > 200502 Australian Literature (excl Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Literature)"

Up a level
Export as [feed] Atom [feed] RSS 1.0 [feed] RSS 2.0 [feed] RSS 2.0
Group by: Creators | Item Type
Jump to: A | B | C | D | F | G | H | J | K | L | M | N | O | R | S | T | V | W
Number of items at this level: 147.

A

Atkin, Lara, Comyn, Sarah, Fermanis, Porscha, and Garvey, Nathan (2019) Early public libraries and colonial citizenship in the British Southern Hemisphere. New Directions in Book History . Palgrave MacMillan, Cham, CHE.

Ackland, Michael (2016) "The Young Man Will Go Far": educational nobility and Christina Stead's compositional practice in the early 1930s. Australian Literary Studies, 31 (6).

Ackland, Michael (2016) Christina Stead and the Socialist Heritage. Cambria Australian Literature . Cambria Press, New York, NY, USA.

Ackland, Michael (2016) Money is a steal:" Christina Stead's critique of finance capitalism in House of All Nations. Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia, 7 (1). pp. 39-49.

Ackland, Michael (2016) 'Reclaiming the rubbish': outcasts, transformation and the topos of the painter-seer in the work of Patrick White and David Malouf. Le Simplegadi, XIV (16). pp. 27-36.

Ackland, Michael (2016) Who are the biggest cannibals?: Colonial literary reckonings with the dark European Other in the Pacific region. Journal of New Zealand & Pacific Studies, 4 (1). pp. 43-52.

Ackland, Michael (2016) A working-man's paradise?: Christina Stead's verdict on Antipodean socialism and injustice. In: Adair, Gigi, and Schwart, Anja, (eds.) Postcolonial Justice in Australia: reassessing the 'fair go'. Konzepte Orientierrungen Abhandlungen Lekturen Australien Studien, 12 . Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, Trier, Germany, pp. 127-137.

Ackland, Michael (2015) Eve unchained: Christina Stead's recasting of the Christian spiritual autobiography. In: Shands, Kerstin W., Mikrut, Giulia Grillo, Pattanaik, Dipti R/, and Ferreira-Meyers, Karen, (eds.) Writing the Self: essays on autobiography and autofiction. English Studies (5). Södertörns högskola, Stockholm, Sweden, pp. 295-305.

Ackland, Michael (2014) Morality at bay: the lesson of the Americas in Murray Bail's Homesickness. Antipodes, 28 (2). pp. 275-288.

Ackland, Michael (2012) The Experimental Fiction of Murray Bail. Cambria Australian Literature . Cambria Press, Amherst, NY, USA.

Ackland, Michael (2012) "I am thinking I am free": intransigent reality versus utopian thought in the later fiction of Christina Stead. Southerly, 72 (1). pp. 159-180.

Ackland, Michael (2011) Beneath the camouflage: mimicry and settler false consciousness in the fiction of Murray Bail. Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies, 17 (2). pp. 72-90.

Ackland, Michael (2011) "Hedging on Destiny": history and its marxist dimension in the early fiction of Christina Stead. ariel: a review of international english literature, 41 (1). pp. 91-109.

Ackland, Michael (2011) 'Matisse is jammed with confidence': painting and creative inspiration in the early writings of Murray Bail. Westerly, 56 (1). pp. 198-215.

Ackland, Michael (2011) Politics, clichés and the "lurky country": Murray Bail's critique of national mythologies in Holden's Performance. Zeitschrift für Australienstudien, 25. pp. 27-41.

Ackland, Michael (2011) "Socialists of a new socialism"?: Christina Stead's critique of 1930s America in The Man Who Loved Children. ELH, 78 (2). pp. 387-408.

Ackland, Michael (2008) "A cold coming we had of it": the reception of T. S. Eliot, literary modernism and tradition in the work of James McAuley and the Sydney modernists. Literature & Aesthetics, 18 (1). pp. 112-121.

Ackland, Michael (2008) A view from the Orient Hotel: phobias, federation, and Albert Dorrington's Asia-Pacific nightmares. Antipodes, 22 (1). pp. 25-30.

Ackland, Michael (2008) Realigning Christina Stead: A 'red Stead'. Overland, 192. pp. 49-53.

Ackland, Michael (2008) "What a history is that? What an enigma ...?": imagination, destiny and socialist imperatives in Christina Stead's Seven Poor Men of Sydney. Southerly, 68 (3). pp. 189-212.

Ackland, Michael (2007) For love alone "Review of Dearest Munx: The Letters of Christina Stead and William J. Blake. Harris, Margaret (ed.) (2005). Paper in: On Love, Sex and Desire.". Meanjin, 66 (1). pp. 78-82.

Ackland, Michael (2007) "I vill dry and gure him": ambiguities of care in the mirror of Australian fiction. In: Callahan, David, (ed.) Australia: who cares? A P I Network, Perth, pp. 218-252.

Ackland, Michael, and Oliver, Pam (2007) Introduction. In: Ackland, Michael, and Oliver, Pam, (eds.) Unexpected encounters: neglected histories behind the Australia-Japan relationship. Monash University Press, Melbourne, VIC, xi-xxv.

Ackland, Michael (2007) Love and the great beyond: The spiritualist beliefs that sustained the love of Henry Handel Richardson for her husband and her family beyond the grave. Meanjin, 66 (1). pp. 72-77.

Ackland, Michael (2007) Paths of wrath and reconciliation: homophobia, Japan and the life-work of Harold Stewart. In: Ackland, Michael, and Oliver, Pam, (eds.) Unexpected Encounters: neglected histories behind the Australia-Japan relationship. Monash University Press, Melbourne, VIC, pp. 89-111.

Ackland, Michael, and Oliver, Pam (2007) Unexpected Encounters: neglected histories behind the Australia-Japan relationship. Monash University Press, Melbourne, VIC.

Ackland, Michael (2006) The lesson of "The Yellow Sand": Robert Drewe's dissection of "The Good Old Past" in The Drowner and Grace. Westerly, 51 ( ). pp. 88-107.

Ackland, Michael (2006) Breeding "reptiles of the mind": Blake's dialectics of vision and Stead's critique of pollitry in The Man Who Loved Children. Studies in the Novel, 38 (2). pp. 234-249.

Ackland, Michael (2006) Kate Grenville. In: Samuels, Selina, (ed.) Australian Writers: 1975-2000. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 325 . Bruccoli Clark Layman, pp. 128-134.

Ackland, Michael (2006) Murray Bail. In: Samuels, Selina, (ed.) Australian Writers 1975-2000. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 325 . Bruccoli Clark Layman, pp. 24-30.

Ackland, Michael (2006) Robert Drewe. In: Samuels, Selina, (ed.) Australian Writers: 1975-2000. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 325 . Bruccoli Clark Layman, pp. 76-81.

Ackland, Michael (2006) The triumphant word: Malouf's Heideggerian vision in An Imaginary Life. Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies , 12 (1-2). pp. 239-244.

Ackland, Michael (2005) In the service of complex truths: the aims and art of Robert Drewe's fiction. Westerly, 50 ( 0). pp. 26-41.

Ackland, Michael (2005) Only 'a well-schooled interpreter': Henry Handel Richardson's final year at the Leipzig Conservatorium and its authorial recasting. Australian Literary Studies, 22 (1). pp. 51-60.

Ackland, Michael (2005) Henry Handel Richardson's years in Wilhelmine Germany: the "most cultured land in Europe"? English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 48 (1). pp. 147-163.

Ackland, Michael (2004) Passion by proxy: Henry Handel Richardson's sapphic investment in her early fiction. Antipodes, 18 (2). pp. 147-152.

Ackland, Michael (2004) Master of Elusion. The Bulletin with Newsweek, 122 (6430). pp. 62-64.

Ackland, Michael (2004) Henry Handel Richardson: a life. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Ackland, Michael (2004) Polemics anonymous: James McAuley's nom de plume contributions from Hermes to Quadrant. Southerly, 64 (3). pp. 180-190.

Ackland, Michael (2004) Professing the new: personalities, institutions and the case of James McAuley. In: Heinze, Helmut, and Weller, Christiane, (eds.) Worlds of Reading: on the theory, history and sociology of cultural practice; Festschrift for Walter Veit. Forschungen zur Literatur- und Kulturgeschichte . Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, pp. 141-150.

Ackland, Michael (2004) 'The argument of the broken pane': Henry Handel Richardson's response to the suffragette movement. Overland, 174 ( ). pp. 51-57.

Ackland, Michael (2003) "Wishing papa was dead?": Henry Handel Richardson's recasting of her troubled childhood in Myself When Young. Westerly, 48. pp. 102-116.

Ackland, Michael (2003) More than 'a henna gaijin': the shaping of Harold Stewart's affinity with Japan. Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies, 11. pp. 85-95.

Ackland, Michael (2003) Whatever happened to Coppelius?: antecedents and design in Christina Stead's The Salzburg Tales. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 2. pp. 53-66.

Abádi-Nagy, Zoltán, and Nile, Richard (1992) Introduction. Hungarian Studies in English, 23. pp. 5-11.

B

Barrett, Gillian (2007) Remembering. LiNQ, 34. pp. 114-116.

Barrett, Gillian (2006) The Ghosts of Henry Lawson. Working Paper. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

C

Carter, David, and Osborne, Roger (2018) Australian Books and Authors in the American Marketplace 1840s-1940s. Sydney Studies in Australian Literature . Sydney University Press, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Craven, Allison (2016) Finding Queensland in Australian Cinema: poetics and screen geographies. Anthem Studies in Australian Literature and Culture . Anthem Press, London, UK.

Craven, Allison (2011) Period features, heritage cinema: region, gender and race in The Irishman. Studies in Australasian Cinema , 5 (1). pp. 31-42.

Craven, Allison, and Mann, Christopher (2010) The girl with the bush knife: women, adventure and the tropics in Age of Consent and Nim's Island. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 9. pp. 1-11.

D

Davias, Carine (2013) Cultural heritage and identity in the literature of Australian South Sea Islanders and other media. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 12 (1). pp. 33-41.

Dunsford, Cathie, and Hawthorne, Susan (1990) The Exploding Frangipani: lesbian writing from Australia and New Zealand. New Women's Press, Auckland, New Zealand.

F

Fuary, Maureen (2000) Tales of Torres Strait: the historical novel and localised memories. In: Kleinert , Sylvia, and Neale, Margo, (eds.) Oxford Companion to Aboriginal Art and Culture. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, VIC, pp. 444-447.

G

Galletly, Sarah (2017) The spectacular traveling woman: Australian and Canadian visions of women, modernity, and mobility between the wars. Transfers, 7 (1). pp. 70-87.

Garvey, Nathan (2014) "Folkalising" convicts: a "Botany Bay" ballad and its cultural contexts. Journal of Australian Studies, 38 (1). pp. 32-51.

Gallagher, Donat (2010) Creation, evolution and "first sight": the spirit of Centralia. In: Proceedings of Biennial Conference in Philosophy, Religion and Culture. pp. 1-15. From: Biennial Conference in Philosophy, Religion and Culture, 1-3 October 2010, Strathfield, NSW, Australia.

Greaves, Jill (1998) "Writing to understand": a critical study of the major works of Ruth Park. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

H

Harding, Sandra, and Nile, Richard (2017) North by North. M/C Journal, 20 (6).

J

Jensen, Judith A (2006) Unpacking the travel writers’ baggage: imperial rhetoric in travel literature of Australia 1813-1914. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

K

Kuttainen, Victoria, and Lippmann, Jillian (2019) Alternative imaginaries of the modern girl: a comparative examination of Canadian and Australian magazines. In: Aliakbari, Rasoul, (ed.) Comparative Print Culture: a study of alternative literary modernities. Palgrave Macmillan. (In Press)

Kuttainen, Victoria, Liebich, Susann, and Galletly, Sarah (2018) The Transported Imagination: Australian Interwar Magazines and the Geographical Imaginaries of Colonial Modernity. Cambria Press, Amherst, NY, USA.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2017) This is rape culture, ladies and gentlemen. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 16 (2).

Kuttainen, Victoria, and Liebich, Susann (2017) Introduction: print culture, mobility, and the Pacific 1920-1950s. Transfers, 7 (1). pp. 26-33.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2017) Illustrating mobility: networks of visual print culture and the periodical contexts of modern Australian writing. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 17 (2).

Kuttainen, Victoria, and Manning, Greg (2017) Postmodernist and literary experiments (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Pacific). In: Howells, Coral Ann, Sharrad, Paul, and Turcotte, Gerry, (eds.) The Novel in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the South Pacific Since 1950. The Oxford History of the Novel in English, 12 . Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 221-235.

Kuttainen, Victoria, and Liebich, Susann (2017) Worldly tastes: mobility and the geographical imaginaries of interwar Australian magazines. Transfers, 7 (1). pp. 52-69.

Kuttainen, Victoria, and Galletly, Sarah (2016) Making friends of the nations: Australian interwar magazines and middlebrow Orientalism in the Pacific. Journeys, 17 (2). pp. 23-48.

Kuttainen, Victoria, Liebich, Susann, and Galletly, Sarah (2015) Place, platform, and value: periodicals and the Pacific in late colonial modernity. English Studies in Canada, 41 (1). pp. 155-177.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2015) Book review of "Always Almost Modern: Australian print cultures and modernity" by D. Carter. Melbourne, VIC, Australia, Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2013. ISBN: 978-1-925003-10-9. SHARP news, 24 (2). p. 10.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2014) Trafficking literature: travel, modernity, and the middle ground of Canadian and Australian middlebrow print cultures. International Journal of Canadian Studies, 48. pp. 85-103.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2013) Book review of "the Untravelled World" by Ian Reid, University of Western Australia Press, Perth, WA, Australia, 2012, ISBN 978-1-74258-396-9. LiNQ, 40. pp. 119-122.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2013) 1938: the most literary yet: Man magazine. In: Dalziell, Tanya, and Genoni, Paul, (eds.) Telling Stories: Australian life and literature 1935-2012. Monash University Publishing, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 31-36.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2013) 1940: style, modernity and popular magazines: writing Pacific travel. In: Dalziell, Tanya, and Genoni, Paul, (eds.) Telling Stories: Australian life and literature 1935-2012. Monash University Publishing, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 51-56.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2012) Is Australia (still) postcolonial (yet)?: Review of "Postcolonial Issues in Australian Literature" Ed. Nathaniel O'Reilly. Amherst, NY, USA, Cambria, 2010. ISBN: 978-1-60497-711-0. Australian Literary Studies, 27 (2). pp. 102-106.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2012) Boundary trouble: trauma fiction and postcolonialism in Tim Winton's 'The Turning'. In: West-Pavlov, Russell , Makokha, Justus , and Wawrzinek, Jennifer, (eds.) Border-Crossings: narrative demarcation in postcolonial literatures and media. Universitätsverlag Winter, Heidlelberg, Germany, pp. 33-44.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2010) Out from Under the Shadows: Review of Honeymoon Dive. LiNQ, 37. pp. 166-172.

Kelso, Sylvia (2010) The Cretaceous border: writing non-realist fiction in North Queensland. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 9.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2010) History - the much less than final frontier, and the story of Thea Astley's Short Stories in "It's Raining in Mango". In: West-Pavlov, Russell, and Wawrzinek, Jennifer, (eds.) Frontier Skirmishes: Literary and Cultural Debates in Australia After 1992. Universitätsverlag Winter GmbH Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany, pp. 153-168.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2009) Sweet traps: feminist fantasies of domestic confinement on the cusp of Postcolonial Australia. Australian Studies, 1 (1). .

Kuttainen, Victoria (2009) A lost Australian story: Man in the 1930s. LiNQ, 36 (1). pp. 161-180.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2008) Forewarned is forearmed: a carnival of masculinities. LiNQ, 35. pp. 125-127.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2006) Review: Fabulating Beauty: Perspectives on the Fiction of Peter Carey by Andreas Gaile ed'. Network Review of Books. pp. 1-3.

Kelso, Sylvia (2004) Geeks and battlers: intersections of generic specificity and national narrative in writing Australian science fiction. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 3 (2).

L

Lippmann, Jilly, and Kuttainen, Victoria (2019) The troublesome Modern Girl: Jungfrau, national literature, and the vexations of Transnational Modernity. The Space Between. (In Press)

Lippmann, Jillian (2016) Mother of invention: Agatha Christie, the middlebrow detective novel and Kerry Greenwood’s postcolonial tribute series. In: Bernthal, J.C., (ed.) The Ageless Agatha Christie: essays on the mystery and the legacy. McFarland, Jefferson, NC, USA, pp. 145-160.

Lansdown, Richard (2009) Romantic aftermaths. In: Pierce, Peter, (ed.) The Cambridge History of Australian Literature. Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 118-136.

M

Murphy, Ffion, and Nile, Richard (2018) Gallipoli's troubled hearts: fear, nerves and repatriation. Studies in Western Australian History, 32. 2. pp. 25-38.

Murphy, Ffion, and Nile, Richard (2017) Writing silence: grieving mothers and the literature of war. In: Das, Devaleena, and Dasgupta, Sanjukta, (eds.) Claiming Spaces: Australian Women's Writing. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 37-59.

Murphy, Ffion, and Nile, Richard (2016) The naked Anzac: exposure and concealment in A.B. Facey's A Fortunate Life. Southerly, 75 (3). pp. 219-238.

Murphy, Ffion, and Nile, Richard (2015) Wounded storyteller: revisiting Albert Facey's fortunate life. Westerly, 60 (2). pp. 87-100.

Murphy, Ffion, and Nile, Richard (2012) Writing, remembering and embodiment: Australian literary responses to the First World War. M/C Journal, 15 (4).

McNamara, Noela (2010) The past is the present: a cross-cultural exploration of the literary displacement of Indigenous people using a relational discourse. Masters (Research) thesis, James Cook University.

N

Nile, Richard, and Murphy, Ffion (2016) The many transformations of Albert Facey. M/C Journal, 19 (4).

Nile, Richard (2015) Lost literatures. In: Studies in English and Comparative Literature (24) pp. 337-347. From: CISLE 2013: Centre for the International Study of Literatures in English Conference, July 2013, Innsbruck, Austria.

Nile, Richard (2015) Moments. Studies in Western Australian History, 29. pp. 27-41.

Nile, Richard (2012) Pulp fiction: popular culture and literary reputation. In: de Hoog, Kees, and Hetherington, Carol, (eds.) Investigating Arthur Upfield: a centenary collection of critical essays. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, pp. 136-147.

Nile, Richard (2010) Last drinks. Australian Cultural History, 28 (2-3). pp. 121-122.

Nile, Richard, and Ensor, Jason (2009) The novel, the implicated reader and Australian literary cultures, 1950-2008. In: Pierce, Peter, (ed.) The Cambridge History of Australian Literature. Cambridge University Press , Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 517-548.

Nile, Richard (2002) Australian Studies: Australian history, Australian studies and the new economy. Journal of Australian Studies, 26 (74). pp. 201-216.

Nile, Richard (2001) Kathy Come Home: the dubious cartographies of a young novelist. In: Levy, Bronwyn, and Murphy, Ffion, (eds.) Story/telling. University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, pp. 223-232.

Nile, Richard, and Walker, David (2001) The "Paternoster Row Machine" and the Australian book trade, 1890-1945. In: Lyons, Martin, and Arnold, John, (eds.) A History of the Book in Australia 1891-1945: a national culture in a colonised market. University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, pp. 3-18.

Nile, Richard, and Walker, David (2001) The mystery of the missing bestseller. In: Lyons, Martin, and Arnold, John, (eds.) A History of the Book in Australia 1891-1945: a national culture in a colonised market. University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, pp. 235-254.

Nile, Richard (2000) The Australian Legend and Its Discontents. University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, pp. 286-296.

Nile, Richard (2000) Civilisation. In: Nile, Richard, (ed.) The Australian Legend and Its Discontents. University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, pp. 42-58.

Nile, Richard (2000) Images of Industrialism. In: Nile, Richard, (ed.) The Australian Legend and Its Discontents. University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, pp. 286-296.

Nile, Richard (2000) Introduction. In: Nile, Richard, (ed.) The Australian Legend and Its Discontents. University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, pp. 1-7.

Nile, Richard (2000) Tell them that Henry Lawson is dead. In: Nile, Richard, (ed.) The Australian Legend and Its Discontents. University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, pp. 95-104.

Nile, Richard (2000) Wars of words. In: Nile, Richard, (ed.) The Australian Legend and Its Discontents. University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, pp. 183-199.

Nile, Richard (1998) Editorial. Journal of Australian Studies, 22 (58). pp. 1-2.

Nile, Richard (1998) Literary democracy and the politics of reputation. In: Bennett, Bruce, Strauss, Jennifer, and Wallace-Crabbe, Chris, (eds.) The Oxford Literary History of Australia. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 130-146.

Nile, Richard (1998) Pulp fiction: popular culture and literary reputation. Journal of Australian Studies, 22 (58). pp. 66-74.

O

Osborne, Roger (2017) Dairy farm philosopher: J.P. McKinney's 'According to Noonan' stories and Ron Campbell's Australian Journal. Queensland Review, 24 (2). pp. 293-304.

Osborne, Roger (2017) 'An editor regrets': R. G. Campbell's Australian Journal, 1926–1955. Script and Print, 41 (4). pp. 226-242.

Osborne, Roger, Gerber, Anna, and Hunter, Jane (2016) Archiving, editing, and reading on the AustESE workbench: assembling and theorising an ontology-based electronic scholarly edition of Joseph Furphy's Such is Life. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 31 (4). pp. 850-865.

Osborne, Roger, and Whitlock, Gillian (2016) Carpentaria: reading with the dirt of blurbs and front pages. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 16 (2).

Osborne, Roger (2015) The city as archive: mapping David Malouf's Brisbane. Queensland Review, 22 (2). pp. 118-130.

Osborne, Roger, and Whitlock, Gillian (2013) Benang: a worldly book. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 13 (3).

Osborne, Roger (2013) 'Making the archives talk': towards an electronic edition of Joseph Furphy's Such is Life. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 13 (1).

R

Reardon, Judith (2003) The development of the discourses of mateship in Australia with special reference to the period 1885-1925. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

S

Sheridan, Susan, and Maguire, Emma (2014) Relationships to the bush in Nan Chauncy's early novels for children. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 14 (3).

Stockdale, Jacqueline (2011) AustLit Author Biographies. AustLit.

Stockdale, Jacqueline (2010) "I dreamed of snow today": impediments to settler belonging in Northern Queensland as depicted in a selection of recent fiction. etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 9. pp. 1-10.

Stockdale, Jacqueline (2010) Anthology. Island, 122. pp. 31-33.

T

Torre, Stephen (2013) Tropical island imaginary. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 12 (2). pp. 246-273.

Taylor, Cheryl (2011) Thea Astley's Poetry, A Prequel to Her Fiction. In: UNSPECIFIED. pp. 1-14. From: UQ Library Function: Friends of Fryer Talk, 14 March 2011, Brisbane, QLD, Australia. (Unpublished)

Taylor, Cheryl (2011) Thea Astley's poems: chronological order of writing. In: UNSPECIFIED. pp. 1-6. From: Fryer Library Lecture, 14 March 2011, University of Queensland Library, St Lucia. (Unpublished)

Taylor, Cheryl (2009) The world's great age... the Golden Years: Queensland's miners, poets and story-tellers. In: Fielding, Trisha, (ed.) Selected Lectures on North Queensland history from the CityLibraries Sir Robert Philp Lecture Series. Sir Robert Philp Lecture Series, 6 . Townsville City Council, Townsville, pp. 68-83.

Torre, Stephen (2009) The short story since 1950. In: Pierce, Peter, (ed.) The Cambridge History of Australian Literature. Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 419-451.

Taylor, Cheryl (2009) Staking a claim in the mining and discursive fields: eight Mount Isa novels. In: Papers from the ASAL 2009 Conference. pp. 1-11. From: ASAL 2009: Common Readers and Cultural Critics, 8-12 July 2009, Canberra, ACT, Australia. (Unpublished)

Torre, Stephen (2009) 'Turning' as theme and structure in Tim Winton's short stories. In: Dolce, Maria Renata, and Natale, Antonella Riem, (eds.) Bernard Hickey, a Roving Cultural Ambassador: essays in his memory. Forum Editrice Universitaria Udinese, Udine, Italy, pp. 281-292.

Taylor, Cheryl (2009) Tales of the Austral Tropics; introduction. In: Bennett, Bruce, and Dixon, Robert, (eds.) Tales of the Austral Tropics. Sydney University Press, Sydney, v-ix.

Taylor, Cheryl (2009) “This Fiction, It Don’t Go Away”: narrative as an index to Palm Island’s past and present. Queensland Review, 16 (1). pp. 35-67.

Taylor, Cheryl (2009) Tropical flowers: romancing North Queensland in early female fiction and poetry. LiNQ, 36. pp. 135-160.

Torre, Stephen, and Daly, Satyabhama (2008) The significance of the Daintree setting in Janette Turner Hospital's 'Orpheus Lost'. LiNQ, 35. pp. 115-119.

Taylor, Cheryl (2008) Jean Devanny (1894-1962). In: Sandru, Cristina, (ed.) Literary Encyclopedia. Literary Encyclopedia.

Taylor, Cheryl (2008) Book review of "The Littoral Zone: Australian contexts and their writers" by C.A. Craston and Robert Zeller, Rodopi, New York, USA. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 8. pp. 152-155.

Torre, Stephen (2008) Literary representations of the Great Barrier Reef. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 7. pp. 1-22.

Taylor, Cheryl (2005) Tropical island transformations: an introduction to literature associated with Queensland's northern islands. In: UNSPECIFIED. pp. 1-16. From: Public Lecture: Centre for Public Culture and Ideas, Griffith University, October 2005, Griffith University, Nathan, QLD, Australia. (Unpublished)

Taylor, Cheryl (2005) Offshore vistas. Australian Book Review, 274. pp. 54-55.

Taylor, Cheryl M. (2005) Writers of Tropical Queensland. AustLit: the Australian literature resource. pp. 1-6.

Torre, Stephen (2005) 'Reality fiction' and the Great Barrier Reef. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 4. pp. 1-15.

Torre, Stephen (2002) Hypertext archive of the tropics. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 1 (1). - .

Torre, Stephen (2002) The return of the text: recent developments in Australian literary criticism. In: Zach, Wolfgang, (ed.) English Studies: past - present - future. Verlag, Hamburg, pp. 170-178.

V

Van Luyn, Ariella, Kuttainen, Victoria, and Hoey, Molly (2013) Editors' foreword. LiNQ, 40. pp. 5-8.

W

Whitlock, Gillian, and Kuttainen, Victoria (2008) The Colonial Present: Australian writing for the 21st century. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature (Special Issue). Association for the Study of Australian Literature, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Whitlock, Gillian, and Kuttainen, Victoria (2008) Editors' note. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 8 (Specia). pp. 5-9.

This list was generated on Sun Nov 17 22:48:12 2019 AEST.