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Mapping Australian Postcolonial Landscapes: From ...

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Mapping Australian Postcolonial Landscapes: From Resistance to Reconciliation? Abstract From the earliest point of the white invasion of Australia the process of colonisation has been inextricably interwoven with an attempt to deny or erase any signs of Indigenous2 presence in the landscape. This article examines the manner in which the meanings accorded to space and place in post-colonial ...

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Mapping Australian Postcolonial Landscapes: From ...

Mapping Australian Postcolonial Landscapes: From ...

Mapping Australian Postcolonial landscapes colonial enunciation, with its fictional dimension of 'discovering'the 'new land', representsthefinaldeclaration of meaningforthelandscape. In describing place as a palimpsest 'a kind of parchment on which successivegenerations haveinscribed and re-inscribedtheprocess of history'Ashcroft et at (1997: 392) recognise that the story of place is ...

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AUSTRALIAN LITERATURE POSTCOLONIAL LITERATURE

AUSTRALIAN LITERATURE POSTCOLONIAL LITERATURE

2 POSTCOLONIAL ISSUES IN AUSTRALIAN LITERATURE mapping, naming, mimicry, the role of historical narratives, settler guilt and denial, and anxieties regarding belonging. The essays emphasize the postcolonial nature of Australian literature and utilize postcolonial theory to analyze Australian texts. The primary objectives of this essay collection are to emphasize and examine the postcolonial ...

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Mapping connections : postcolonial, feminist and legal theory

Mapping connections : postcolonial, feminist and legal theory

I. Duncanson & N. Seuffert, 'Mapping connections : postcolonial, feminist and legal theory' (2005) 22 (N/A) The Australian Feminist Law Journal 1-14. Mapping connections : postcolonial, feminist and legal theory Abstract Introduction to special issue of collected papers from symposium 'Mapping Law at the Margins', Brisbane, December 2004 - covering operation of the law at the intersections of ...

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At the Limits: Postcolonial and Hyperreal Translations of ...

At the Limits: Postcolonial and Hyperreal Translations of ...

2.2.4 (Un)Mapping Australia. 75 Afterword 81 3. Australian Postcolonial Politics at the Limits of the Hyperreal. Foreword 83 3.1 Approaching the Postcolonial Hyperreal. 85 3.1.1 At “Degree Zero”: Bobbi Sykes & Tony Birch 87 Beyond History. 3.2 When Poets Take up Arms ...

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Postcolonial Issues in Australian Literature edited by ...

Postcolonial Issues in Australian Literature edited by ...

Australian postcolonial medievalisms. Lesley Hawkes brings the postcolonial project back to the universal process of mapping in suggesting that spatial awareness, and its application, is critical to Australians attaining a sense of closeness and identity with the environment. The dislocation between how Australians experience the space of their environment and how this is represented on a map ...

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Postcolonial Issues in Australian Literature

Postcolonial Issues in Australian Literature

identity, marginalization, mapping, naming, mimicry, the role of historical narratives, settler guilt and denial, and anxieties regarding belonging. The essays emphasize the postcolonial nature of Australian literature and utilize postcolonial theory to analyze Australian texts. The primary objectives of the essay collection are to emphasize, high-light, and examine the postcolonial nature of ...

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Postcolonial Text Vol 4, No 4 (2008)

Postcolonial Text Vol 4, No 4 (2008)

and Mapping Strategies in Contemporary Canadian and Australian Fiction (1994), The Postcolonial Exotic: Marketing the Margins (2001) ... postcolonial scholars’” fear that cultural studies-based interdisciplinarity “risks exacerbating the methodological confusion that is arguably inherent in the field” (3), but also quells this fear by demonstrating that his methodology need not lead to ...

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Published by ANU Press The Australian National University Acton ACT 2601, Australia Email: [email protected] Available to download for free at press.anu.edu.au ISBN (print): 978

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(Re)Producing Country: Mapping Multiple Australian Spaces

(Re)Producing Country: Mapping Multiple Australian Spaces

Mapping Multiple Australian Spaces Anthony Lambert1 Abstract This article offers an analysis and description of the notion of Australian space as a country within historical and critical-cultural imaginaries. By moving through Australian spaces as produced, heterotopic spaces and places, country becomes the shorthand for multiple Australias. From the bar to the beach, maps to icons, city to ...

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In turn in turn: Ego-histoire, Europe and Indigenous Australia

In turn in turn: Ego-histoire, Europe and Indigenous Australia

autobiographies and the re/writing of Australian history. He has started to research European translations and marketing of Australian Indigenous literature and the ‘translation’ of Indigeneity into European contexts. In his ego-histoire, he explores the impact of travelling on his Romany heritage.

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