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Proceedings of the SPACLALS Triennial Conference 1992
- DAY 1 of Conference
- DAY 2 of Conference
- DAY 3 of Conference
- Volume 2
- Longer Articles Developed from SPACLALS Conference Papers
- Post-Conference articles sent to Span
Postcolonial Fictions: Proceedings of the SPACLALS Triennial Conference (December 9-11, 1992)
DAY 1 of Conference
Mudrooroo reads Colin Johnson, Poem: "Sunlight Spreadeagles Perth in Blackness: A Bicentennial Gift Poem"
Aritha Van Herk, Spectral Tattoo: Reconstructive Fictions
David McKie, Postcolonialism versus Postmodernism: premature births and premature burials in the latest capitalist environment
Richard Smith, The Import of Theory: a question neither here nor there
Wendy Waring, Multi-post-colonial Culture: The Great White North Downunder
Ian Buchanan, Extraordinary Spaces in Ordinary Places: De Certeau and the space of postcolonialism
Cameron Richards, Postmodernism or Postcolonialism Tomorrow: the relevance of a dialogical framework for postcolonial criticism
Dennis Haskell, Poems: "The Possibility," "The Garage," "The Mind of God," "Steps," "In New Bangkok"
Suzanne Baker, Binarisms and Duality: magic realism and postcolonialism
Phil McCluskey, The Handsomest Drowned Man in the Outback: contextualizing a structural magic realism
Brian Lloyd, Was Australian Modernism Oppositional?
Chris Prentice, Grounding Postcolonial Fictions: cultural constituencies, cultural credentials and uncanny questions of authority
Philippa Kelly, "The Cannibals That Eat Each Other": Othello and postcolonial appropriation
Ralph Crane, Old Stories in a New Novel: trials of identity in Bharati Mukherjee's Jasmine
Howard McNaughton, Fraying the Edge of an Alphabet
DAY 2 of Conference
Anne Brewster, An Uneasy Truce?: Aboriginal women's autobiography in the arena of postcolonial studies
Witi Ihimaera, Poem: "Dinner with the Cannibal"
Terry Goldie, The Man of the Land/The Land of the Man: Patrick White and Scott Symons
Manfred Mackenzie, Family Affairs/National Fictions, and The Tree of Man
Marion Boreland, Either/Or: Multiculturalism and Biculturalism
Cynthia vanden Driesen, Doughty Slave-girls and Slavish Career-girls: representations of the West African (Ibo) female in selected works of Emecheta and Achebe
Elizabeth Lawson, Not Either an Experimental Doll: the making of the South African heroine
Michelle Vizzard, "Of Mimicry and Woman": hysteria and anticolonial feminism in Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions
Jennifer Livett, Against the Grain: Dream Narrative in Elizabeth Jolley's Foxybaby
Anne-Marie Cattan Medcalf, Blurring the Boundaries? The sense of time and place in Marguerite Duras' L'Amant
Yasmine Gooneratne, "Into Battle," from Relative Merits "Growing Up Like Flowers," from Relative Merits Diary entry from A Change of Skies
Amanda Nettlebeck, Revising the "Oppositional": a reading of Isabel Allende's Eva Luna
Wenche Ommundsen, Engendering the Bicentennial Reader: Sally Morgan, Mark Henshaw and the Critics
DAY 3 of Conference
Kathryn Trees & Mudrooroo Nyoongah, Postcolonialism: yet another colonial strategy?
Robyn McCarron, Noongar Language and Literature
Rod Giblett, Cities and Swamp Settling: decolonizing wetlands
Nicholas Strobbe, Silence and Ethics: reading de Sade and Cook in the South Pacific
Mudrooroo, Poem: "Bungawalbyn Flash"
Jacqueline Lo, Postcolonial Theory and Theoretical Resistance in Malaysia
Garry Gillard, Postcolonialism/Space/Postmodernism: Ayi Kwei Armah
R. P. Rama, "Once Upon a Time There Was an Emperor": A reading of Tughlaq, a modern Indian play by Girishi Karnad
Stephen Finn, Transcolonial Metapoetry in South Africa
Susan Ash, "All the fraught politics": race, gender and the female traveller
Beverley Ormerod, The Group as Protagonist in Recent French Caribbean Fiction
Maria Degabriele, How the Liberal Humanist West Represents the Third World: Western representations of Arabo-Islamic women
Michael Hall, Leila Abouzeid's Year of the Elephant : a postcolonial reading (read by Haya Husseini)
Michèle Drouart, Theories as Fictions in the Arabo-Islamic Cultural Context: postcolonialism and "post-Orientalism"
Harry Aveling, Non-English Postcolonial Fictions? The Malaysian Case
Joan Newman, Launched into Eternity (on the first Fremantle Gaol executions)
Vasso Kalamaras, Poems: "Not Embarrassing," "The Town," "Blacktown," "Doves," "Landscape," "Separation".
Vasso Kalamaras, Story: "Two Women".
A. L. McLeod, The Fictions of Cyril Dabydeen
Lawrence S. Friedman, A Postcolonial Jew: Cynthia Ozick's holocaust survivor
Satendra Nandan, Postcolonial Fictions? Other texts, other lives--an Australian-Fijian experience
Longer Articles Developed from SPACLALS Conference Papers
Doreen D'Cruz, Feminism in the Postcolonial Context: Shashi Deshpande's fiction
Paul Rich, Literature and Political Revolt in South Africa: the Cape Town crisis of 1984-86 in the novels of J. M. Coetzee, Richard Rive and Menan DePlessis
M. Griffith, Great English Houses/New Homes in England? memory and identity in Kazuo Ishiguro's The Remains of the Day and V. S. Naipaul's The Enigma of Arrival
Christine Sharkey, Perth Modernism in the 1930s and 1950s: a canonical saga and Robert Juniper's modernism
Norman Cary, Achebe's Novels and Their Religious Context: Missiological and Fictional Discourse
Post-Conference articles sent to Span
Manfred Mackenzie, "The Mighty Pipe Smoking Me": imposture in Such Is Life
Rod Giblett, Kings in Kimberley Watercourses: sadism and pastoralism
Sanskritirani Desai, Poem: Leaving Aside All The Work
Rosanne Dingli, Prose: Valley of Sound
Rosanne Dingli, Poem: Flank of Lepidotus
Miriam Fuchs, Reading Towards the Indigenous Pacific: Patricia Grace's Potiki, A Case Study
Ibtisam Abu-Duhou, Poetry of Palestinians in Captivity
Yasmine Gooneratne, Poems: "The Scribble," "Touch Me Not," "5: The Courtyard," "Newsletter," "6,000 ft Death Dive," "Cave, " "Migrant Poet," "Business People," "Dead Poet"
Laurel Bergmann, The Spectacle of the Other
Helen Gilbert, Postcolonial Grotesques: re-membering the body in Louis Nowra's Visions and The Golden Age
Betty Birsky, Two Lithuanian Stories: 'In Vilnius', 'From the Village of Lieplauke'
Kapal Tipoti, Poem: Karma
Justin MacGregor, A Dialogue Between Margins: Colin Johnson and Mudrooroo, Wild Cat Falling and Doin Wildcat
David King, Stories: 'The Syringe outside Space-time', 'Crux'
George Bowering, Wiebe and Bail: re making the story
Gillian Gorle, Conversation with Adam Delaney, Boroko, NCD, Papua New Guinea, 22 October 1992
Reviews (all in one file)
John O'Carroll, SUDESH MISHRA, Tandava, Melbourne: Meanjin Press, 1992
Ulla Joussen, BRUCE BENNETT, An Australian Compass: Essays on Place and Direction in Australian Fiction, Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1991
Ian Buchanan, MICHEL DE CERTEAU, The Mystic Fable: Volume I [trans. Michael B. Smith], Chicago, Chicago University Press, 1992.
Peter Alcock, JANET FRAME, The Pocket Mirror, Mona Minim and the Smell of the Sun, Auckland: Random Century N.Z. Vintage pb. 1992; JUDITH DELL PANNY, I Have What I Gave: the fiction of Janet Frame, Wellington, Daphne Brasell Associates Press, 1992.
Michèle Drouart, SPAN NEWSLETTER, December 1993
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