Recent Submissions

  • The Daimonic Human in William Blake 

    Dearing, Todd W (Flinders University, 2017-12-13)
    This paper examines William Blake’s daimonic conception of the human being. My aim is to clearly present the concept of the daimon within Blake’s oeuvre as a Romantic solution to the perceived narrowness of the Enlightenment ...
  • Compilation of 'Australian writing' 

    Daalder, Joost (Editor) (Outrigger Pulishers, New Zealand, 1979-10)
    Professor Daalder has edited a section of the journal issue comprising a compilation of literary items, under the title 'Australian writing'.
  • Aspects of Australian culture 

    Daalder, Joost (Editor); Fryar, Michele (Editor) (Abel Tasman Press, Adelaide, 1982)
    This book is designed to give the general reader an indication of the variety and fascination of Australian culture as it exists today. In addition to examples of creative writing, the book contains a large number of ...
  • Caxton’s edition of Malory’s Le Morte Darthur: compositorial challenges and chapter divisions 

    McBain, Jean (Bibliographical Society of Australia & New Zealand, 2013-03)
    The author presents here four findings drawn from close analysis of the chapter and book divisions in Caxton’s edition of Le Morte Darthur. The first three of these bear particular relevance to scholars interested in textual ...
  • Embodying Affect: The Stolen Generations, the History Wars and PolesApart by Indigenous New Media Artist r e a 

    Nicholls, Christine Judith (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society (IEEE Publishing), 2010)
    In her 2009 new media artwork PolesApart, Australian Aboriginal artist r e a, of the Gamilaraay people in northern New South Wales, explores issues relating to the Stolen Generations of Aboriginal children. Based on the ...
  • Conceptualisations of Self in Contemporary Interactive Artwork: A Case Study of Lynette Wallworth's 'Duality of Light' 

    Nicholls, Christine Judith (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society (IEEE Publishing), 2010)
    This paper, which is contextualised in terms of the broader history of the moving image, examines new media artist Lynette Wallworth's installation Duality of Light with respect to recent advances in neuroscientific research. ...