Issue 44, March 2008

Monique Rooney, Russell Smith and Deborah Rose
Editors’ Introduction

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The idea of South: Australia’s global positioning

Shino Konishi 
‘Inhabited by a race of formidable giants’: French Explorers, Aborigines, and the Endurance of the Fantastic in the Great South Land, 1803

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Kevin Murray
Keys to the South

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Stephen Muecke
Cultural Studies’ Networking Strategies in the South

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Raewyn Connell
Extracts from Southern Theory: The global dynamics of knowledge in social science

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Margaret Jolly
The South in Southern Theory: Antipodean Reflections on the Pacific

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Reviews

David Carter
The Book is Dead (Long Live the Book) by Sherman Young

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Paul Gillen
The Ways of the Bushwalker by Melissa Harper

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Anne Maxwell
Speaking Truth to Power: Public Intellectuals Rethink New Zealand, ed. Laurence Simmons
Edward Said: The Legacy of a Public Intellectual, ed. Ned Curthoys and Debjani Ganguly

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Emily Potter
Slicing the Silence: Voyaging to Antarctica by Tom Griffiths

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Eco-Humanities Corner

Emily Potter and Paul Starr
Australia and the New Geographies of Climate Change

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Val Plumwood
Shadow Places and the Politics of Dwelling

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Deborah Rose
Obituary: Val Plumwood (1939-2008)

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