Devleena Ghosh


Heather Goodall

In Press for 2010 publication:
2010: ‘Reclaiming Cultural Flows: Aboriginal People, Settlers and the Darling River’ in Alan Mayne (ed) Outside Country: A History of Inland Australia, Wakefield Press, in press.

2010: Devleena Ghosh and Heather Goodall: ‘Unauthorised Voyagers across Two Oceans: Africans, Indians and Aborigines in Australia’ in Abadu Minda Yinene and Ehud R. Toledano (eds) African Communities in Asia and the Mediterranean: Between Integration and Conflict, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology and the Harriet Tubman Series on the African Diaspora, Continuum International Publishing, NY and London. In press.

Published:
2010: ‘Nets, Backyards and the Bush: the clashing cultures of nature on the Georges River’ in The Natural History of Sydney, edited by Daniel Lunney, Pat Hutchings and Dieter Hochuli, Royal Zoological Society of NSW, Mosman, pp.35-43.

2010: Heather Goodall and Allison Cadzow: ‘The People’s National Park: working class environmental campaigns on Sydney’s urban Georges River, 1950 to 1967’. In Red, Green and In-between, special issue of Labour History, pp 17-35.

2010: Heather Goodall, Allison Cadzow, Denis Byrne: ‘Mangroves, garbage and fishing: everyday ecology on an industrial city river’, in Cities Nature Justice, Transforming Cultures eJournal, Vol 5, no. 1, pp 52-83.

2010: Allison Cadzow, Heather Goodall, Denis Byrne: ‘Waterborne: Vietnamese Australians and River Environments’ in Cities Nature Justice, Transforming Cultures eJournal, Vol 5, no. 1, pp 112-142.
Editorial:
Heather Goodall, Judith Keene and Peter Read (eds) ‘Where Are the Bodies? A Transnational Examination of State Violence and its Consequences’, special issue of The Public Historian, Winter 2010, Vol. 32, No. 1.


Stephen Muecke

Articles:
“I Had a Dream in Tropical Islands Resort in Berlin. Was it Real?” Performance Paradigm, 6. June 2010. Special Issue: Interruptions: Letters to Jimmie Durham, edited by S. Muecke

‘On the Road with Manuel,’ Television and New Media, XX(X), 2010, pp.

[Review] ‘Intersections,’ review of Post-Colonial: A Récit by John Kinsella, Australian Book Review, May 2010, pp. 61-2.

[Review] ‘Beyond The Eye of the Beholder,’ review of G. Harman, Prince of Networks, Australian Literary Review, 3rd March, 2010, pp. 6-7.

‘Action in Madagascar: The World Bank, Ravalomanana and Leadership,’ in Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Vol.11, Issue 2 (June 2010).

‘Public Thinking, Public Feeling: Research Tools for Creative Writing,’ TEXT 14.1 (April 2010) http://www.textjournal.com.au/

Chapters in Books:
‘“Something Wrong? Oh, Must be Ghost…” Writing Different Existences,’ in Louis Armand, ed. Hidden Agendas / Unreported Poetics, Prague: Charles University/Litteraria Pragensia, 2010, pp. 175-179.

(with Prudence Black), ‘Antipodean Modernisms: Australia and New Zealand,’ in Peter Brooker ed, Handbook on Modernisms, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2010 pp. 961-975. .

“What the Cassowary Does Not Need to Know: An Essay in Fictocriticism,” in Modern Australian Criticism and Theory: A Critical Guide. Edited David Carter & Wang Guanglin Qingdao: China Ocean University Press, 2010. Pp. 180-189.

‘Can you Argue with the Honeysuckle?’ in Halfway Houses: The Poetics of Australian Spaces, edited by Barbara Holloway and Jennifer Rutherford. Perth UWA Press, pp. 48-52, 2010 isbn: 978 0980296 46 4

‘Berlin Babylon,’ in Nunan, D. and J. Choi (eds.) Language and Culture: Reflective Narratives and the Emergence of Identity. New York: Routledge, 2010, pp. 155-163. Isbn: 978-0-415-87166-2

‘What Makes a Carpet Fly? Cultural Studies in the Indian Ocean,’ in Pamila Gupta, Isabel Hofmeyr & Michael Pearson (eds.) Eyes Across the Water: Navigating the Indian Ocean, Johannesburg: University of South Africa Press and Delhi: Penguin India, 2010, pp. 64-73.

‘Keeping Everything Alive in its Place,’ preface, in Tjukurpa Pulkatjara: The Power of the Law, A benchmark selection of works by artists from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands, and the Ngaanyatjarra lands, Wakefield Press, Adelaide, 2010, p. 10.

“Fabulation: Flying Carpets and Artful Politics in the Indian Ocean,” in Indian Ocean Studies: Cultural, Social, and Political Perspectives, Edited by Shanti Moorthy, Ashraf Jamal. Indian Ocean series, Routledge, 2010. Lead Chapter, pp. 32-43.

Creative writing:
“Post-orientalism,” [poem] in Indian Ocean Studies: Cultural, Social, and Political Perspectives, Edited by Shanti Moorthy, Ashraf Jamal. Indian Ocean series, Routledge, 2010, pp. 418-419.


Michael Pearson

Co-editor, Eyes Across the Water: Navigating the Indian Ocean, UNISA Press, 2010

“Class, Authority and Gender on Early Modern Indian Ocean Ships:  European and Asian Comparisons,” South African Historical Journal 61,4, 2009, 680-701.

“Communication in the Early Modern Indian Ocean World, “ in Transforming Cultures eJournal, “Ocean of Stories,” IV, 2, 2009, 18-28.

“Across the Kala Pani,”  Himal Southasian,  XXIII, 9, September 2010, pp. 27-31

“Piracy in Asian Waters: problems of definition,” in John Kleinen and Manon Osseweijer, eds., Pirates, Ports, and Coasts in Asia: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, Singapore, ISEAS-IIAS Series, 2010, pp. 15-28.

“Islamic trade,  shipping, port-states and merchant communities in the Indian Ocean,  7th-16th Centuries.”  New Cambridge History of Islam. Vol. III, 2010, pp. 317-65

“Connecting the Littorals: Cultural Brokers in the Early Modern Indian Ocean.” in Gupta, Hofmeyr, Pearson eds, Eyes Across the Water: Navigating the Indian Ocean, UNISA Press and Penguin India, 2010, pp. 32-47.

Introduction, “The Idea of the Ocean,” in Gupta, Hofmeyr, Pearson eds., Eyes Across the Water: Navigating the Indian Ocean, UNISA Press and Penguin India, 2010, pp. 7-14.

“Preface,” in Shanti Moorthy and Ashraf Jamal, eds., Indian Ocean Studies: Cultural, Social, and Political Perspectives, London, Routledge [Indian Ocean Series], 2010, pp. xv-xvii.

“Foreword,” in Yogesh Sharma, ed., Coastal Histories:  Society and Ecology in pre-modern India, Primus Books, Delhi, 2010, pp. vii-xi. .

“Foreword” to Pius Malekandathil, Maritime India: Trade, Religion and Polity in the Indian Ocean, Primus Books, Delhi, 2010, pp. vii-viii.

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