Publications for Brigid Rooney 2016



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Publications for Brigid Rooney

Publications for Brigid Rooney

2016

Rooney, B. (2016). Christina Stead's 'Kelly File': Politics, Possession and the Writing of Cotters' England. Australian Literary Studies, 31(6), 1-20. [More Information]

Morrison, F., Rooney, B. (2016). Introduction. Special Issue: Rediscovery Christina Stead. Australian Literary Studies, 31(6). [More Information]

Rooney, B., Morrison, F. (2016). Rediscovering Christina Stead. Australian Literary Studies, 31(6).

Rooney, B. (2016). The View from Above from Below: Novel, Suburb, Cosmos. Australian Humanities Review, 60, 20-38.

2015

Rooney, B. (2015). [Book Review] 'Almost Always Modern: Australian Print Cultures and Modernity' by David Carter. Southerly, 27(1), 174-181.

Rooney, B., Olubas, B. (2015). Australian Literature / World Literature: Borders, Skins, Mappings. JASAL - Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 15(3), 1-5. [More Information]

Rooney, B. (2015). Serial Cities: Australian Literary Cities and the Rhetoric of Scale. Cultural Studies Review, 21(1), 262-282. [More Information]

Rooney, B. (2015). Time and Its Fellow Conspirator Space: Patrick White's 'A Fringe of Leaves'. In Ian Henderson, Anouk Lang (Eds.), Patrick White Beyond the Grave: New Critical Perspectives, (pp. 163-177). London: Anthem Press. [More Information]

2014

Rooney, B. (2014). "No-one Had Thought of Looking Close to Home": Reading the Province in The Bay of Noon. In Brigitta Olubas (Eds.), Shirley Hazzard: New Critical Essays, (pp. 41-53). Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Rooney, B. (2014). From the Sublime to the Uncanny in Tim Winton's 'Breath'. In Lyn McCredden, Nathanael OReilly (Eds.), Tim Winton: Critical Essays, (pp. 241-262). Crawley, WA: University of Western Australia Publishing (UWAP).

2013

Rooney, B. (2013). Colonising Time, Recollecting Place: Steven Carroll's Reinvention of Suburbia. JASAL - Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 13(2), 1-16.

Dixon, R., Rooney, B. (2013). Introduction: Australian Literature, Globalisation and the Literary Province. In Robert Dixon, Brigid Rooney (Eds.), Scenes of Reading: Is Australian Literature a World Literature, (pp. ix-xxxvi). North Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

Dixon, R., Rooney, B. (2013). Scenes of Reading: Is Australian Literature a World Literature?. North Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

Rooney, B. (2013). Stretching Out in all Directions: Patrick White and the Great Australian Emptiness. In Tanya Dalziell, Paul Genoni (Eds.), Telling Stories: Australian Life and Literature 1935-2012, (pp. 209-216). Clayton, Australia: Monash University Publishing.

Rooney, B. (2013). Time's Abyss: Australian Literary Modernism and the Scene of Ferry Wreck. In Robert Dixon, Brigid Rooney (Eds.), Scenes of Reading: Is Australian Literature a World Literature, (pp. 101-114). North Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.



2012

Rooney, B. (2012). [Book Review] 'Shirley Hazzard: Literary Expatriate and Cosmopolitan Humanist' by Brigitta Olubas. JASAL - Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 12(3), 1-4.

Rooney, B. (2012). Pathological Geomorphology and the Ecological Sublime: Andrew McGahan's Wonders of a Godless World. Southerly, 72(3), 55-77.

Rooney, B. (2012). The Ruin of Time and the Temporality of Belonging: Journey to the Stone Country and Landscape of Farewell. In Robert Dixon (Eds.), The Novels of Alex Miller: An Introduction, (pp. 201-216). Sydney, Australia: Allen and Unwin.



2010

Rooney, B. (2010). [Book review] Fierce compassion. Review of Warrior for Peace - Dorothy Auchterlonie Green, by Willa McDonald. Australian Book Review, 317, 56-57.

Rooney, B. (2010), Interview with David Malouf. Produced in Journal.

Rooney, B. (2010). Kate Grenville as Public Intellectual. In Sue Kossew (Eds.), Lighting Dark Places: Essays on Kate Grenville, (pp. 17-38). Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Rooney, B. (2010). Public recluse: Patrick White's literary-political returns. In McMahon, Elizabeth and Olubas, Brigitta (Eds.), Remembering Patrick White, (pp. 3-18). Amsterdam: Rodopi.

2009

Rooney, B. (2009). Literary Activists: Writer-Intellectuals and Australian Public Life. St Lucia, Queensland, Australia: University of Queensland Press.

Rooney, B. (2009). Manifesto of the senses: blind sightedness in Christina Stead's For Love Alone. Australian Literary Studies, 24(3-4), 53-65. [More Information]

2007

Rooney, B. (2007). Christina Stead. In Nicholas Birns and Rebecca McNear (Eds.), A Companion to Australian Literature Since 1900, (pp. 235-246). Rochester, New York: Camden House.

Rooney, B. (2007). Desert Hauntings, Public Interiors and National Modernity: from 'The Overlanders' to 'Walkabout' and 'Japanese Story'. Southerly, 67(1-2), 410-422.

Dale, L., Rooney, B. (2007). New reckonings: Australian literature past, present, future. Essays in honour of Elizabeth Webby. St Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press.

Rooney, B. (2007). Reluctant Prophets and Gadfly Laureates: The Australian Writer as Public Intellectual. In Ned Curthoys, Debjani Ganguly (Eds.), Edward Said: The Legacy of a Public Intellectual, (pp. 96-118). Australia: Melbourne University Press.

Rooney, B. (2007). Remembering Inheritance: David Malouf and the Literary Cultivation of Nation. Journal of Australian Studies, 90, 65-75.



2006

Rooney, B. (2006). Review: Dearest Munx: The Letters of Christina Stead and William J. Blake; The Equal Heart and Mind: Letters between Judith Wright and Jack McKinney. JASAL - Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 5.



2005

Rooney, B. (2005). Christina Stead (1902-1983). In M. Keith Booker (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Literature and Politics. Greenwood Press.

Rooney, B. (2005). The Sinner, the Prophet, and the Pieta: Sacrifice and the Sacred in Helen Garner's Narratives. Antipodes: a North American journal of Australian literature, 19(2), 159-165.

Rooney, B. (2005). Words and Worth. Southerly, 65(1), 168-171.



2004

Rooney, B. (2004). David Malouf (1934- ). In Selina Samuels (Eds.), Australian Writers, 1950-1975. (pp. 214-222). Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research Co.



2003

Rooney, B. (2003). "Those boys told me everything";The politics of the secretary in Christina Stead's 1930's fiction. Antipodes: a North American journal of Australian literature, 17(1), 29-35.

Rooney, B. (2003). Crossing the Rubicon: Abjection and Revolution in Christina Stead's I'm Dying Laughing. JASAL - Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 2, 29-39.

Rooney, B. (2003). Notes for ‘Judith Wright and Les Murray: Correspondence’. Southerly, 1, 179-180.

Rooney, B. (2003). Poetry, race and nation: white desires for belonging in contemporary Australia. Working Papers on the Web, 5(September 2003), 1-12.

Rooney, B. (2003). Stead's Satire of the West in Decline. Overland, 173, 94-95.



2002

Rooney, B. (2002). Breaking Social Spells: Pierre Bourdieu (1930-2002): An Obituary. Politics and Culture, (2), online.

Rooney, B. (2002). Christina Stead (1902-1983). In Selina Samuels (Eds.), (pp. 331-346).

Rooney, B. (2002). Guest Editor: Materials for Feminism. Australian Feminist Studies, 17(37).

Rooney, B. (2002). Introduction: Materials for Feminism. Australian Feminist Studies, 17(37), 19-21.

Rooney, B. (2002). Narrative viewpoint and the representation of power in George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty Four. Sydney Studies in English, 28.

Rooney, B. (2002). Theme: Materials for Feminism: Introduction. Australian Feminist Studies, , 19-21.

2001

Rooney, B. (2001). Falling in Love with Jane: The Pleasures and Problems of being an Austen Fan in Australia. Sensibilities, 23, 99-114.

Rooney, B. (2001). Review: Masculine Domination. Australian Women's Book Review, 13(1), online.

Rooney, B. (2001). Review: Pierre Bourdieu: A Critical Introduction. Politics and Culture, (2).

Rooney, B. (2001). Writers Behaving Badly; Stead, Bourdieu and Australian Literary Culture. Australian Literary Studies, 20(1), 76-87.

2000

Rooney, B. (2000). Strange familiars: closeting revolution in Christina Stead's "Cotters' England". Australian Feminist Studies, 15(32), 249-362.



1998

Rooney, B. (1998). Loving the revolutionary: re-reading Christina Stead's encounter with men, Marxism, and the Popular Front in 1930's Paris. Southerly, 58(4), 24-102.




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