Anne Brewster is an honorary Associate Professor based at University of New South Wales, Australia. Her research interests include Australian Indigenous literatures, minoritised women’s literatures, and critical race and whiteness studies. Her books include Literary Formations: Postcoloniality, Nationalism, Globalism (1996), Reading Aboriginal Women's Autobiography (1995, 2015), Giving This Country a Memory: Contemporary Aboriginal Voices of Australia (2015), and (with Sue Kossew) Rethinking the Victim: Gender, Violence and Contemporary Australian Women’s Writing (2019). She is the series editor for Australian Studies: Interdisciplinary Perspectives Peter Lang Ltd.
University of New South Wales
Emily Maguire is a Sydney-based author who has written six novels, three non-fiction books and numerous articles on feminism, culture and literature. Her early novels…
Interview conducted on 1-2 November 2014 in Canberra.
Discusses Wright's 'foregrounding of whiteness as an object of critique'. 'Carpentaria breaks new ground by making whiteness one of its main subjects and by its…
‘In this essay, I examine the ways in which Moreton’s literary oeuvre figures Indigeneity through the trope of sovereignty while also foregrounding the gendered nature…