Items where Subject is "Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > LANGUAGES COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE (200000) > LITERARY STUDIES (200500) > Stylistics and Textual Analysis (200526)"
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Cantrell, Kate (2011) Ladies on the loose : contemporary female travel as a 'promiscuous' excursion. M/C Journal, 14(3).
Luke, Allan (2012) Undoing composition? Literacy in Composition Studies, 1(1), pp. 70-74.
Mallan, Kerry (2013) Secrets, Lies and Children’s Fiction. Critical Approaches to Children's Literature. Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke, Hampshire.
Mallan, Kerry (2017) Spatialities of Emotion: Place and Non-Place in Children’s Picture Books. In Affect, Emotion and Children’s Literature: Representation and Socialisation in Texts for Children and Young Adults. Routledge. (In Press)
Mallan, Kerry M. (2009) Chapter 3: Gendered cyber-bodies: The dilemma of technological 'Existenz'. In Gender Dilemmas in Children's Fiction. Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke [England] ; New York, pp. 93-124.
Mallan, Kerry M. (2002) Fatal attractions: Death, femininity, and children’s literature. In Bull, Geoff & Anstey, Michele (Eds.) Crossing the Boundaries. Pearson Education Australia, Frenchs Forest, N.S.W., pp. 175-190.
Mallan, Kerry M. (2004) Feeling a little queer? Desire, lesbian identity, and narrative performance in texts for young adults. In Pearce, Sharyn & Mallan, Kerry M. (Eds.) Seriously playful : genre, performance and text. Post Pressed, Flaxton, QLD, pp. 113-122.
Mallan, Kerry M. (1999) Reading(s) beneath the surface: Using picture books to develop a critical aesthetics. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 23(1), pp. 11-21.
Mallan, Kerry M. (2005) Trash aesthetics and utopian memory: The Tip at the End of the Street and The Lost Thing. Bookbird, 43(1), pp. 28-34.
Mallan, Kerry M. (2005) The cat’s back! Regenerating subversive humour in The Cat in the Hat. In Children's publishing between Heritage and Mass Culture.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2008) Publish and graduate?: Earning a PhD by Published Papers in Australia. M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 11(4).
Van Luyn, Ariella (2010) Fictionalising oral history : narrative analysis, voice and identity. Oral History Association of Australia Journal, 32, pp. 68-74.