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

Conference Presentations Danta C, 2005, 'Transuming Abraham: Fear and Trembling and the Poetics of Identification', presented at 1st International Kierkegaard in Asia Conference, University of Melbourne, 01 December 2005
Journal articles Jottkandt S, 2005, 'Effectively equivalent: Walter Pater, 'Sebastian van Storck', and the ethics of metaphor', NINETEENTH-CENTURY LITERATURE, vol. 60, pp. 163 - 198,
Books Jottkandt S, 2005, Acting Beautifully: Henry James and the Ethical Aesthetic, Original, SUNY Press, Albany,
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
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
Journal articles Murphie AK, 2005, 'Vibrations in the Air, Performance and Interactive Technics', Performance Paradigm, vol. 1, pp. Online
Book Chapters Hemelryk Donald SJ, 2005, ''The Ice Storm': Ang Lee, cosmopolitanism and the global audience', in Elmer G; Gasher M (ed.), Contracting Out Hollywood, edn. original, Rowman and Littlefield, Lanham, USA, pp. 140 - 156
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,
Book Chapters Hooper M, 2004, 'David Lumsdaine’s Kelly Ground', in Hair G (ed.), Modernism in Australian Music, 1950-2000: Eight Case Studies, edn. Original, Southern Voices, Amaroo
Conference Papers Hemelryk Donald SJ, 2004, 'Love, Patriotism, and the City: Hong Kong's New Regime', in Verhoeven D; Morris B (eds.), Love, Patriotism, and the City: Hong Kong's New Regime, RMIT, Melbourne, pp. 13 - 26, presented at Passionate City: an International Symposium, Melbourne, 27 - 27 August 2004