European Association for Studies on Australia

Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia

The last issue of JEASA, the Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia (Special Issue Alter/Native Spaces, Vol. 10, No. 2, 2019), guest edited by Vanessa Castejon and Salhia Ben-Messahel, has just been released. It is downloadable for free.


Guest Editors’ Foreword
by Vanessa Castejon and Salhia Ben-Messahel (1)

by Ann Curthoys (2-9)

“Writing and Photographing Alter/Native Western Australian Individuals” by Simone Lazaroo (10-21)

“Rewriting the Refugee Identity in Alter/Native Spaces: Behrouz Boochani on Twitter” by Arianna Grasso (22-35)

“‘They just want some nice grass to eat’: Discourses of Affect in the Australian Brumby
Debates” by Isa Menzies (36-48)

“Clearing Country and Opening the Skies: Indigenous Workers and the Australian Aviation
Industry” by Prudence Black (49-57)

“Europe as Alternative Space in Contemporary Australian Fiction by Carey, Tsiolkas and
Jones” by Janine Hauthal (58-72)

“Diverging Forms of Belonging: History, Anthropology, and Culture in the Era of Native
Title” by Mitchell Rolls (73-81)

Book Reviews:
Rev. of Matteo Dutto, Legacies of Indigenous Resistance: Pemulwuy, Jandamarra and
Yagan in Australian Indigenous Film, Theatre and Literature (2019) by Stephen Muecke (82-83)

Rev. of Ashley Barnwell and Joseph Cummins, Reckoning with the Past: Family
Historiographies in Postcolonial Australian Literature (2019) by Geoff Rodoreda and Catherine Noske (84-87).