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 participants: marguerite nolan
 Marguerite Nolan
Australian Catholic University

'Elizabeth Durack, Eddie Burrup and the Art of Identification.' In Fakes and Forgeries, edited by Peter Knight and Jonathan Long (Cambridge Scholar's Press, Forthcoming, 2004)

'Displacing Aborigines: Freud's Totem and Taboo.' In Histories of the Present: Psychoanalysis, Identity and the Paradox of History, edited by Joy Damousie and Robert Reynolds (Melbourne University Press, 2003).

'Identity Crises and Orphaned Rewritings: The Disturbing Case of Mudrooroo.' In Mongrel Signatures. Reflections on the Work of Mudrooroo, edited by Annalisa Oboe (Amsterdam - New York: Rodopi, 2003).

Review of Talkin' Up to the White Woman: Indigenous Women and Feminism by Aileen Moreton-Robinson. Queensland Review 9.2 (2002): 91-93.

Feasibility Study: Northern Corridor Education Precinct. Brisbane: QUT and NPIT, 2000.

Multi-Partner Campuses: The Future of Australian Higher Education? (Evaluations and Investigations Program) Co-written with Adam Shoemaker, Janelle Allison. Kingsley Gum, Rose Harmoni, Michael Lindfield and Lawrence Stedman. Canberra: Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs (DETYA), 2000.

Review of Imagined Destinies by Russell McGregor. Antipodes June 1999.

Review of Milli Milli Wangka by Mudrooroo. Journal of Australian Studies 61, 1999.

'B.Wongar: The Absent Aborigine.' Antipodes 12.1 (1998): 7-13

'Review Essay: Mistaken Identities.' Australian Studies 13.1 (1998): 142-57.

'Authenticity and Betrayal: The Subjection of Mudrooroo' in Appreciating Difference: Writing Postcolonial Literary History, ed. Brian Edwards (Melbourne: Deakin University Press, 1998): 201-11.
ACU National, 2002

Vice-Chancellor's Strategic Initiatives Fund ($35,000 for an oral history of indigenous education at ACU National jointly with Nereda White, Director of the Weemala Unit)

2002 International Travel Grant ($5000 to attend the Fakes and Forgeries conference at Durham University, UK)

2003 International Travel Grant ($3000 to attend the EASA biennial conference: Australia: Who Cares? At the University of Aveiro, Portugal)

Association of Commonwealth Universities

Commonwealth Scholarship to the United Kingdom, 1996-1999

University of Queensland

Australian Postgraduate Award, 1995

University of Tasmania

James McAuley Prize for Fourth-year English, 1994

James McAuley Prize for Third-year English, 1993A.B. Taylor Prize for English Third-year units, 1993

Alfred Houston Memorial Prize for Philosophy, 1992
Lecturer B (Continuing) School of Arts and Sciences, ACU National

Race and Ethnicity in Australia

The Nature of Australian Politics

Popular Culture in Australia

An Introduction to Women Studies

Nineteenth Century Australian History

Modern Australian History

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