Literature

Report

1 Feb 2018
13

The Visiting International Publishers (VIPs) program was developed to facilitate Australian publishers’ access to international markets and audiences for Australian writers by promoting rights sales.

Report

15 Dec 2017
158

This report, which was commissioned and funded by Arts Council England, looks at the position of literary fiction today.

Discussion paper

1 Jun 2017
5

The second CAMEo Cuts examines questions around diversity within the UK’s publishing industry. With a specific focus on BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) participation as publishers, authors, readers, or featuring within books, Claire Squires comments on how UK publishing presents a ‘diversity deficit’. This...

Thesis

6 Dec 2016
8

Second Ave is an Adult fiction novel set during a decade in the surly 1970s in a grunty little neighbourhood in Auckland. Dad reckons he’s living in paradise cause he’s moved the family to Second Ave where the Tip Top Bread Factory and the Kiwi...

Commentary

Article

31 Aug 2016
8

Australia was born urban and quickly became suburban. Almost as quickly, the idea of the suburb – the location of the Great Australian Dream – began to attract its enemies, here and across the Western world. At first, though, the enemies of the suburb were...

Thesis

1 Jan 2014
4

Set against the background of a Kanaky/Nouvelle-Calédonie moving towards a future of increasing autonomy with the possibility of independence under the 1998 Noumea Agreement, this thesis maps the pathways of the story of Le Chef et le lézard, found in a number of Kanak oral...

Thesis

1 Jan 2013
15

This thesis produces a survey of Anglophone Cook Islands literature and from it, recognises some key Cook Islands literary aesthetics. The rationale for this thesis rests on the considerable contributions Cook Islands writers have made to the wider Pacific literary field during the formative years...

Thesis

18 Nov 2011
6

The purpose of this thesis is to explore the lived experiences of contemporary Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) women voyagers and navigators from the double hulled sailing canoe Hōkūle'a. The research is unique because it addresses the historical and contemporary gaps in scholarly texts and publications...

Report

21 Oct 2010
27

Covering topics including employment in culture, time spent on cultural activities, attendances at cultural venues and events, expenditure on culture, and imports and exports of cultural goods and services, this report provides a comprehensive statistical overview of culture in Australia.

This report also provides...

Book

22 Jan 2009
85

The secondary audience is any artist or practitioner (producer, games developer, publisher, funding body) whose work may be informed by this resource.

The aim in developing this guide is to create a freely available and widely accessible repository of knowledge and information on the...

Thesis

6 Jul 2005
1

How do cultural stereotypes change? The following thesis addresses this question by examining how repetition and reiteration of cultural stereotypes in Selina Tusitala Marsh's and Tusiata Avia's poetry enables cultural stereotypes of the Pacific woman's body to be reframed. Recognising developments in technology and art,...

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