Publications

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

Journal articles Jottkandt SA, 2016, 'Black Bile/Pale Fire: Benjaminian Allegory and Nabokovian Melancholy', Crisis and Critique, vol. 3, http://www.crisiscritique.org/index.html
Journal articles Hemelryk Donald SJ, 2015, 'Liu Dahong — Stranded Objects and Shame in Chinese Contemporary Post-socialist Art', Affirmations of the Modern, vol. 2, pp. 55 - 80, http://affirmations.arts.unsw.edu.au/index.php?journal=aom&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=75&path%5B%5D=59
Reports Davis F;McGarrity N;Williams G, 2015, Australia, Comparative Counter-Terrorism Law, http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781107298002.023
Journal articles Hooper MJ, 2015, '‘Singing Seahorses: Eyre and the Air’', Southerly: a review of Australian literature, vol. 75, pp. 114 - 132, http://southerlyjournal.com.au/project/elemental/
Journal articles Hooper M, 2015, 'Confusion in the service of discovery', Tempo (United Kingdom), vol. 69, pp. 12 - 23, http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0040298214000990
Other Hooper MJ, 2015, When music and poetry converse, http://www.realtimearts.net/article/issue126/11913
Other Hooper (ed.), 2015, [Liner Notes for the CD] David Gorton: Orfordness, http://www.divine-art.co.uk/CD/28550info.htm
Book Chapters Jottkandt SA, 2015, 'No Three without Two: Badiou with Lacan with Kierkegaard', in Avanessian A; Wennerscheid S (ed.), Kierkegaard and Political Theory: Religion, Aesthetics, Politics and the Intervention of the Single Individual, Museum Tusculanum Press, Copenhagen, pp. 221 - 237, http://www.mtp.hum.ku.dk/details.asp?eln=203601
Book Chapters Vandenbosch H;Adam PC G;Albury K;Bastiaensens S;de Wit J;Hemelryk Donald S, 2015, 'Engaging adolescents in narrative research and interventions on cyberbullying.', in Lind RA (ed.), Producing theory in a digital world 2.0: The intersection of audiences and production in contemporary theory., Peter Lang Publishing Inc., pp. 229 - 246
Book Chapters Donald SH, 2015, 'Landscape in the mist: Thinking beyond the perimeter fence', in The Cinema of Theo Angelopoulos, pp. 341 - 361