Academic journal article Cross / Cultures

Acknowledgements

Academic journal article Cross / Cultures

Acknowledgements

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Sections of some chapters appeared as earlier versions in the following journals and/or as part of conference proceedings. "Empathic Deterritorialisation: Re-Mapping Emotion in Writing and Researching Colonial Pasts" was presented at 'ASAL 2011 Field/Curriculum/Emotion,' University of Melbourne, 5-8 July 2011, and published in the Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature (JASAL) 12.1 (2012). "Recent Portrayals of Indigeneity in Contemporary Australian Historical Novels" was presented at the Ninth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Universidad de la Cartuja, Granada, 7-11 June 2011, and published in the International Journal of the Humanities 9.5 (2011), http://ijh.cgpublisher.com/product/pub26 /prod.2127. "Archival Salvage: History's Reef and the Wreck of the Historical Novel" was presented at 'ASAL 2010, Archive Madness', University of New South Wales, 8-10 July, and published in JASAL 11.1 (Special Issue: "Archive Madness," 2011), http: //www.nla.gov.au/openpublish/index.php/jasal/issue/view/Special %20Issue%3A%20Archive%20Madness/. "The Lost Garden of Recherche Bay" was published as part of the Refereed Proceedings of the 18th Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, 'Creative Manoeuvres: Making, Saying, Being', 25-27 November 2013. I thank the editors of these journals and conference proceedings for these opportunities.

Thanks also to all those who have been held captive to formative chapters from my novels Eugene's Falls and 'The Lost Garden', including Roma and Tom Johnson, Suzy Freeman-Greene, Michele Burder, and Nancy and Hollywood Johnson. Extracts from these novels are published here. …

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