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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, Switzerland.

Ackland, Michael (2018) Fending off Doomsday: Christina Stead's response to postwar, democratic Europe. Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia, 9 (2). pp. 43-55.

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.

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Bradshaw, Wayne (2023) Book Review of "Childhood: A Memoir"by Shannon Burns. Melbourne, Australia,Text Publishing, 2022. ISBN: 9781922330789. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 23 (1).

Burrows, Lianda, Holden, Darren, and Tynan, Elizabeth (2023) Untangling Maralinga: Spatial and Temporal Complexities of Australia’s Atomic Anthropocene. Journal of Australian Studies. (In Press)

Bradshaw, Wayne (2022) The North of the South. Sudo Journal, 4. pp. 31-36.

Burrows, Lianda Arla (2022) Reappraising the land: Patrick White's landscape legacy and its afterlives. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Bristow, Thomas (2020) Period rhetoric, countersignature, and the Australian novel. a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, 35 (1). pp. 35-61.

Burrows, Lianda (2020) A Review of ‘Beauty’ by Bri Lee. Westerly Magazine, 16 January 2020.

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Craven, Allison (2023) An Uncommon Ancestor: Monstrous Emanations and Australian Tales of the Bunyip. In: Balanzategui, Jessica, and Craven, Allison, (eds.) Monstrous Beings and Media Cultures: Folk Monsters, Im/materiality, Regionality. Horror and Gothic Media Cultures . Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 217-240.

Craven, Allison (2021) Book review of "Creating Australian Television Drama: a screenwriting history" by Susan Lever. North Melbourne, VIC, Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2020. ISBN: 978-1-925984-88-0. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 21 (2). 15.

Craven, Allison (2021) A happy and instructive haunting: revising the Child, the Gothic, and the Australian Cinema Revival in Storm Boy (2019) and Picnic at Hanging Rock (2018). Journal of Australian Studies, 45 (1). pp. 45-60.

Craven, Allison (2020) The ambiguities of ancestry: antiquity, ruins and the converging literary traditions of Australian gothic cinema. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 14 (3). pp. 162-177.

Craven, Allison (2020) The joy of a Gothic fable: form, didacticism, and 'happy-ness' in Sonya Hartnett's The Ghost's Child and Jennifer Kent's The Babadook. Aeternum: The Journal of Contemporary Gothic Studies, 7 (1). pp. 1-16.

Crowe, Nicole (2019) The narrative possibilities of humour in regional family memoir: a creative writing exploration in Australian regional life-writing. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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.

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Galletly, Sarah (2021) Aboriginal mobilities and colonial serial fiction. Australian Literary Studies, 36 (1).

Galletly, Sarah, and Kuttainen, Victoria (2020) Among the Autumn authors: books and writers in interwar Australian magazines. In: Gildersleeve, Jessica, (ed.) Routledge Companion to Australian Literature. Routledge, London, UK.

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.

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Henry, Louise Caroline (2020) Once there was a time when... Reimagining regional women's lives using historical fiction, family stories and artefacts. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Henry, Louise (2019) A Perspective from the Periphery: Re-imagining Regional North Queensland Women's Stories Using Historical Fiction. Text, 23 (54).

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Kuttainen, Victoria (2024) Connecting Water and Land: Revisiting Nationalism in the Vitalist Aesthetics of Eleanor Dark and Vance Palmer. In: Morrison, Fiona, and Rooney, Brigid, (eds.) Time, Tide and History Essays on the Writing of Eleanor Dark. Sydney Studies in Australian Literature . Sydney University Press, Sydney, NSW, Australia, pp. 141-157. (In Press)

Kuttainen, Victoria (2021) Portholes, channels, and seductions: the messy affordances of Antipodean periodical scholarship. In: [Presented at the European Society for Periodical Research 2021 Online Seminar Series]. From: European Society for Periodical Research 2021 Online Seminar Series: Crossover influences and local identities of the popular illustrated periodicals of the 19th and twentieth centuries, 26 March 2021, Online.

Kuttainen, Victoria, and Lippmann, Jilly (2020) 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. New Directions in Book History . Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 41-60.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2020) Books, films, and phonographs: Australian interwar magazines and the intermediation of historical new media. Journal of European Periodical Studies, 5 (1). pp. 55-70.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2020) Dale Collins, media man: Australian interwar print culture and the technologies of production, distribution, and reception before and after ‘Australian literature’. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 20 (2).

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) 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.

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Lippmann, Jillian (2023) The beautiful and damned: searching for the modern girl in Australian print culture, 1930s. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Long, Gillian Angela Patricia (2021) Shadows in the cane: reconstructing history through fiction to responsibly reimagine and make accessible the 1930s history of Cassowary Coast migrant sugar workers. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Lippmann, Jilly, and Kuttainen, Victoria (2019) The troublesome Modern Girl: Jungfrau, national literature, and the vexations of transnational modernity. The Space Between, 15.

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.

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Maguire, Emma (2023) Shame, Trauma, and the Body After #MeToo: The Year in Australia. Biography, 46 (1). pp. 1-4.

Maguire, Emma (2020) Kokomo by Victoria Hannan: a millennial fiction that spans generations. The Conversation, 30 July 2020.

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.

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Nile, Richard (2021) West of Westerly: exceptionalism in Australian Studies. Journal of Australian Studies, 45 (2). pp. 221-235.

Nile, Richard (2020) The Anzac Legend didn't mention mud: Australian novels of the Western Front. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 20 (1).

Nile, Richard (2020) Digital disruption and co-creating Australian Studies. In: Károly, K., Lázár, I., and Gall, C., (eds.) Culture and Intercultural Communication: Research and Education. Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, pp. 181-191.

Nile, Richard (2020) Post memory violence: the Great War and children of trauma. M/C Journal, 23 (2).

Nile, Richard (2019) Desert Worlds. Southerly, 79 (1). pp. 84-105.

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

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Osborne, Roger (2023) “The Covers Gave Me More Trouble than Anything Else”: Illustrating R. G. Campbell’s Australian Journal, 1926–1955. Journal of Australian Studies, 47 (1). pp. 10-26.

Osborne, Roger (2023) Selling Australian Stories to the World: The Dynamics of Twentieth-Century Publishing. In: Carter, David, (ed.) The Cambridge History of the Australian Novel. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom, pp. 149-165.

Osborne, Roger (2022) The Life of Such is Life: a cultural history of an Australian classic. Sydney Studies in Australian Literature . Sydney University Press, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Osborne, Roger, and Carter, David (2021) Australian Authors in the House of William Morrow: Writing Good Commercial Fiction for the US Market. Antipodes, 35 (1-2). 13. pp. 145-162.

Osborne, Roger (2021) Jon Cleary and Sundowner Productions Pty Ltd: The Making of a Textual Craftsman. Script and Print, 45 (4). pp. 141-155.

Osborne, Roger (2020) 'This edition howls to heaven to be withdrawn': the Palmer Abridgement of Joseph Furphy's Such is Life. Australian Literary Studies, 35 (1).

Osborne, Roger (2020) Expressing a new civilisation: authorship, publishing, and reading in the 1890s. In: Gildersleeve, Jessica, (ed.) Routledge Companion to Australian Literature. Routledge Literature Companions . Routledge, New York, NY, USA, pp. 9-17.

Osborne, Roger (2020) (Re)presenting the "Socialist Core of Furphy's Vision": Rigby's Romance as typescript, serial and book. Journal of Australian Studies, 44 (1). pp. 65-81.

Osborne, Roger (2019) A fleeting infatuation with all things Australian: American editions of Australian novels, 1979–1989. Antipodes, 33 (1). pp. 48-58.

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).

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Smyth, Elizabeth A. (2023) Re-imagining the Australian farm novel: writing magic realism into the georgic. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Smyth, Elizabeth A. (2023) The Semi-Georgic Australian Sugarcane Novel. In: Edney, Sue, and Somervell, Tess, (eds.) Georgic Literature and the Environment: Working Land, Reworking Genre. Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, UK, pp. 184-198.

Spicer, Chrystopher (2022) “Plenty of business going on”: The Apocalyptic Cyclones of Alexis Wright’s Carpentaria as Trope of Real, Imagined, and Spiritual Australian Place. Motifs, 6.

Smyth, Elizabeth A. (2022) Writing an Australian Farm Novel: Connecting Regions via Magic Realism. Text, 26 (2). pp. 1-16.

Spicer, Chrystopher (2021) The Granite and the Rainbow: Towards a New Biography of Louis becke. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 21 (2).

Spicer, Chrystopher (2021) Louis Becke's Modern Buccaneer: The transformation of William 'Bully' Hayes into the first modern literary pirate of the Pacific. Journal of Australian, Canadian, and Aotearoa New Zealand Studies, 1 (2). pp. 73-108.

Smyth, Elizabeth (2021) Sugarcane and the Wet Tropics: reading the Georgic mode and region in John Naish's farm novel The Cruel Field (1962). Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 21 (2).

Spicer, Chrystopher J. (2020) Cyclone country: the language of place and disaster in Australian literature. McFarland & Company, Jefferson, North Carolina, USA.

Spicer, Chrystopher (2016) "Big wind, he waiting there": Vance Palmer's cyclones of apocalypse and their power of revelation. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 15 (1). pp. 101-107.

Spicer, Chrystopher (2016) "The Cyclone which is at the Heart of Things": the cyclone as trope of place and apocalypse in Queensland literature. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 15 (2). pp. 58-68.

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Taylor, Cheryl (2020) Thea Astley’s An Item from the Late News: a fictional fifth gospel. Australian Literary Studies, 35 (2).

Taylor, Cheryl (2019) 'To my brother': gay love and sex in Thea Astley's novels and stories. Queensland Review, 26 (2). pp. 269-284.

Taylor, Cheryl (2017) "I Really Wanted to Write Novels That Are Poems": The multiple Effects of Poetry in Thea Astley's Fiction". Southerly, 77 (3). pp. 40-61.

Taylor, Cheryl M. (2017) "It Fits Where It Touches": Ronald McKie's fiction and 1970s feminism. Antipodes, 31 (1). pp. 206-220.

Taylor, Cheryl (2017) W/rites of Passion: Thea Astley's Sunshine Coast Transition from Poetry to Fiction. Queensland Review, 24 (2). pp. 271-281.

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Vidonja Balanzategui, Bianka (2023) NAISH, JOHN (JACK) (1923 - 1963), author and playwright. Dictionary of Welsh Biography.

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