Publications

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

Book Chapters Donald SH, 2006, 'The idea of Hong Kong: Structures of attention in the City of Life', in Urban Space and Cityscapes: Perspectives from Modern and Contemporary Culture, pp. 63 - 73, http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780203019252
Journal articles Gammack J;Donald SH, 2006, 'Collaborative methods in researching city branding: Studies from Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Sydney', Tourism, Culture and Communication, vol. 6, pp. 171 - 180, http://dx.doi.org/10.3727/109830406778134144
Book Chapters Murphie AK, 2006, '`Brain-Magic`: Figures of the Brain, Technology and Magic', in Potts J; Scheer E (ed.), Technologies of Magic. A Cultural Study of Ghosts, Machines and the Uncanny., edn. Original, Power Publications, Australia, pp. 112 - 124
Journal articles Murphie AK, 2005, 'Differential Life, Perception and the Nervous Elements: Whitehead, Bergson and Virno on the Technics of Living', Culture Machine, vol. 7 (2005), pp. Online
Journal articles Murphie AK, 2005, 'Vibrations in the Air, Performance and Interactive Technics', Performance Paradigm, vol. 1, pp. Online
Journal articles Murphie AK, 2005, 'The Mutation of `Cognition` and the Fracturing of Modernity: cognitive technics, extended mind and cultural crisis', SCAN - Journal of Media Arts and Culture, vol. 2, pp. Online
Book Chapters Danta C, 2005, '`The Absolutely Dark Moment of the Plot`: Blanchot`s Abraham', in HIll L; Nelson B; Vardoulakis D (ed.), After Blanchot: Literature, Criticism, Philosophy, edn. First, Univesity of Delaware Press, Newark, pp. 205 - 221
Book Chapters Jottkandt S, 2005, 'Pandverbeuren en vergelijken: Turgenjevs Eerste Liefde', in Houppermans J (ed.), Over de schreef: Psychoanalyse & literatuur, edn. Original, Dutch University Press, Amsterdam
Books Hemelryk Donald SJ;Benewick RJ, 2005, The State of China Atlas: Mapping the World's Fastest Growing Economy, original, University of California Press, Berkeley, http://www.ucpress.edu/book.php?isbn=9780520256101