Revistes Catalanes amb Accés Obert (RACO)

No 20 (2016): Postcolonial Crime Fiction

Postcolonial Crime Fiction

This issue contains some of the research carried out by the members of the POCRIF project, “Postcolonial Crime Fiction: a global window into social realities”, under the auspices of the Centre of Australian Studies at the University of Barcelona. The essays presented in this issue, except for one invited contribution, are the result of funding by the Spanish Ministry of Economy - Ministerio de Economía y Competividad, project FFI2013-45101-P.

“The Case of the POCRIF Research Group” (editorial note) (p. 1-8)
Isabel Alonso-Breto
“The Representation of Aboriginality in the Novels of Peter Temple” (p. 9-21)
Bill Phillips
“Philip McLaren and the Indigenous-Australian Crime Novel” (p. 22-37)
Cornelis Martin Renes
“The Biography of Adelaide de la Thoreza: Fact or Fiction?” (p. 38-47)
Sue Ballyn
"Phryne Fisher: A postcolonial female detective in Ruddy Gore (1995)" (p. 48-66)
caty Ribas Segura
“‘This Is Getting a Little Too Chinese for Me’: The Representation of China in Crime Fiction Written in English” (p. 67-82)
Isabel Santaulària i Capdevila
“The Crime Scene as Museum: The (Re)construction in the Bresciano Series of a Historical Gibraltarian Past” (p. 83-93)
John Stotesbury
“Marlon James’s ‘Dangerous’ A Brief History of Seven Killings” (p. 94-97)
Maria Grau Perejoan