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).

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