CONTENTS JEASA 7.2

Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia (JEASA), Vol.7 No.2, 2016.

 

CONTENTS

 

Editorial

Martina Horakova   (2-3)

 

Articles

 

Utopia and Ideology in the Vision of the Jindyworobaks

Daniel Hempel   (4-14)

 

Reading Mabo in Peter Goldsworthy's Three Dog Night

Geoff Rodoreda   (15-29)

 

Australia: An Inescapable Cultural Paradigm? Cross- and Transcultural Elements in Tim Winton's Fiction

Tomasz Gadzina   (30-40)

 

Writing Space in the Plural: New Australian Geographies in Murray Bail's Fiction

Marie Herbillon   (41-57)

 

Obscured but not Obscure: How History Ignored the Remarkable Story of Sarah Wills Howe

Jenny Hocking and Laura Donati   (58-69)

 

The Topos of Australia in Contemporary Serbian Language Writing of First-generation Serbian Migrants to Australia

Nataša Kampmark   (70-83)

 

Australian Colonial Society and Its Ethnic Diversity in Polish Diggers' Memoirs

Jan Lencznarowicz   (84-99)

 

Interview

 

Interview with Anupama Pilbrow

Matthew Hall   (100-104)

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