Revistes Catalanes amb Accés Obert (RACO)

No 3 (2009): Perspectives: Myth, History and Memory

Perspectives: Myth, History and Memory

Introduction (p. 1-2)
Sue Ballyn
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The country and the city (p. 3-9)
Terri-ann White
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Did it really happen? Memory, history and myth in Eugenia Tsoulis´ Between the ceiling and the sky (p. 10-16)
Catalina Ribas Segura
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‘Hawaii, Hawaii/ Like a dream/ So I came/ But my tears/ Are flowing now/In the canefields’: Beauty’s Price in Philip Kan Gotanda’s Ballad of Yachiyo (p. 17-23)
María Seguro
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Representing the Stolen Generations in the National Museum of Australia (p. 24-34)
Dr Arthur
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From `a shrew from the Orkneys´ to white indigene- the many re-Inventions of Eliza Fraser (p. 35-42)
Cynthia vanden Driesen
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On the significance of saying “sorry” – politics of memory and Aboriginal Reconciliation in Australia (p. 43-50)
Isabelle Auguste
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‘The long shadow of remembrance’: Remembering the debate about massacre in the Black War in Tasmania (p. 51-59)
Lyndall Ryan
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Forms of Memory in Post-colonial Australia (p. 60-67)
Lyn McCredden
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A reading of Husserl’s “life-world” against the loss of history in the context of postcolonial Aboriginal Australia (p. 68-74)
Carles Serra Pagès
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Traditional Urban Aboriginal Religion (p. 75-86)
Kristina Everett
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Androgynous ethical intervention and living history (p. 87-98)
Baden Offord
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The Body as Language and Expression of the Indigenous Australian Cultural Identity (p. 99-108)
Dolors Soriano, Victòria Medina
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Indigenous Australian art in intercultural contact zones (p. 109-115)
Eleonore Wildburger
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Echoes of a not so Mythical Past: Memories of Race in Elizabeth Jolley’s The Well (p. 116-122)
Cornelis Martin Renes
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A Noah of Our Days: Around Him Mythologies Arose (p. 123-128)
Elisa Morera de la Vall
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From Notebook to Novel and from Diary to Dante: Reading Robert Dessaix’s Night Letters (p. 129-135)
Roberta Trapè
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Catharine Sedgwick’s Hope Leslie (1827) and the Revision of the Puritan Past (p. 136-142)
Teresa Requena Pelegrí
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Some Reflections on Myth, History and Memory As Determinants of Narrative (p. 143-151)
Anne Holden Rønning
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Myth and memory in the “queen of dreams” (p. 152-163)
Gloria Montero
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Translation and tradition: the translator as mediator between two literary systems (p. 164-169)
Rosanna Rion
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Climatic Change and Humanity: A Permanent Conflict? (p. 170-175)
David Serrat
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The Experience of Being Injured: An Otherwise Perspective (p. 176-181)
Jennifer Wilson
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“Inscrutable Intelligence”: The Case against Plastic Surgery in the Works of Jean Stafford and Sylvia Plath (p. 182-189)
Mercè Cuenca
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A “Funa” in Australia? (p. 190-198)
Peter Read
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Constructing Catalonia (p. 199-206)
Bill Phillips
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Drawing Myth and History in visual art (p. 207-212)
Jaime de Córdoba Benedicto
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La mel es més dolÇa que la sang: Fiction as Magical Intervention - a reading of E.M. Forster’s The Life to Come (p. 213-219)
John Ryan
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Brave new world: Myth and migration in recent Asian-Australian picture books (p. 220-226)
Wenche Ommundsen
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King Sinukwan Mythology and the Kapampangan Psyche (p. 227-234)
Julieta Mallari
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After the Wê mask in Ivory Coast: preliminary study about its origin, symbolism and value as element of communication (p. 235-242)
Victòria Medina, Théophile Koui
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A way of reasserting and sharing identity: acrylic paintings of the Central Desert. A critical approach (p. 243-251)
Roser Bosch
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Dancing with myth, memory and mimesis. (p. 252-258)
Anna Cole
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Connectedness and Being: Reflections (p. 259-273)
Vin D'Cruz
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