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 introduction
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    mary kalantzis
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    russell mcdougall
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 participants: russell mcdougall
 Russell McDougall
Head of School
English, Communication and Theatre
University of New England


Book Chapters
Xavier Herbert, Australian Dictionary of Biography, forthcoming.
Refereed Journal Articles
'Wilson Harris on the Frontiers of Myth Criticism 1978-1983', Journal of Caribbean Literature, II, 1-3 (Spring 2000), 109121.

*'Sugar, Land and Belonging in Summer of the Seventeenth Doll and No Sugar', Australaisan Drama Studies, 38 (April 2001), 58-67. *'On the Track: Travels with Xavier Herbert, 1927-1934', Antipodes,15, 2 (2002), 30-34. *'Walter and Henry Ling Roth: "On The Signification of Couvade". The Place of Australia and British Guiana in the Fin de Siècle Debate concerning the History of Mankind. Australian', Austalian Cultual History, 21 (2002), 61-68.

*'Australia and the Caribbean', Austalian Cultual History, 21 (2002), 1-18.

* 'Xavier Herbert, 'The Ape-Men of Mobongu,'" Papers: Explorations in Children's Literature, 12, 3 (December, 2002), 5-18.

'"The Unresolved Constitution": Birth-Myths and Rituals of Modern Guyana:Wilson Harris's The Sleepers of Roraima and Michael Gilkes' Couvade', Kunapipi, XXV, 2 (2003), 95-108.
Research Supervisions
I was postgraduate coordinator in English, Communication and Theatre at UNE from 1996 to mid-july 2001. At that time we had approximately 50 PhD and MA students (external/internal, part-/full-time), I have supervised postgraduate theses at MA and PhD levels in Australian and in other post-colonial literary areas.
Teaching Programs
Working with Peter Hulme at U. of Essex on a project entitled 'In the Margins of Anthropology: Travel, Writing, Empire'.

"The Roth Family, Anthropology and Colonial Administration" Conference. 9-10 February 2004 www.une.edu.au/arts/Roth_Conf
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