Beyond the colonial present: quantitative analysis, “Resourceful Reading” and Australian literary studies
The revival in cultural nationalism suggested by current debates about Australian history and literature represents (to borrow from Gillian Whitlock) both a potential pleasure and a danger for Australian literary studies. While the injection of funds augured by this shift in government policy could resuscitate and reinvigorate the discipline, at present, such funds seem to be contingent upon reviving a canonical approach to the teaching and researching of Australian literature. This situation...[Show more]
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|Source:||Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature; Special Issue, The Colonial Past (2008): pp.184-197|
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