Browse publications from researchers associated with the Centre for Modernism Studies in Australia (CMSA).

Journal articles Hemelryk Donald SJ, 2008, 'Review of 'Visuality and Identity: Sinophone Articulations Across the Pacific' by Shu-mei Shih', The China Journal, vol. 60, pp. 216 - 216
Books Donald SH;Gammack JG, 2008, Tourism and the branded city: Film and identity on the Pacific Rim
Book Chapters Donald SH, 2008, 'Stripes and my country: Or, on not being at home', in Branding Cities: Cosmopolitanism, Parochialism, and Social Change, pp. 139 - 155,
Journal articles Donald SH, 2008, 'No place for young women: Class, gender, and moral hierarchies in contemporary Chinese film', Social Semiotics, vol. 18, pp. 467 - 479,
Book Chapters Hemelryk Donald SJ, 2008, 'Children's Media and regional modernity in the Asia Pacific', in Drotner K; Livingstone S (ed.), The International Handbook of Children's Media Culture, edn. original, Sage, pp. 299 - 313,
Books Donald SH;Kofman E;Kevin C, 2008, Branding cities: Cosmopolitanism, parochialism, and social change,
Books Donald SH;Kofman E;Kevin C, 2008, Introduction: Processes of cosmopolitanism and parochialism,
Journal articles Murphie AK;Harley RB, 2007, 'Rhythms and Refrains: A Brief History of Australian Electronica', Culture Machine, vol. 9, pp. Online
Book Chapters Murphie AK, 2007, 'The Fallen Present: Time in the Mix', in Hassan R; Purser RE (ed.), 24/7: Time and Temporality in the Network Society, edn. Original, Stanford University Press, Stanford, California, USA, pp. 122 - 140
Conference Papers Hemelryk Donald SJ;Spry D, 2007, 'Mobile me: approaches to mobile media use by children and young people', in Goggin G; Hjorth L (eds.), Mobile Media 2007: Proceedings of an international conference on social and cultural aspects of mobile phones, media and wireless technologies, Watson Ferguson & Company, University of Sydney, pp. 107 - 116, presented at Mobile Media an international conference on social and cultural aspects of mobile phones, convergent media, and wireless technologies, University of Sydney, 02 - 04 July 2007