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2008

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Review Of Celia Marshik, British Modernism And Censorship, Guy R. Davidson Jan 2008

Review Of Celia Marshik, British Modernism And Censorship, Guy R. Davidson

Faculty of Arts - Papers (Archive)

With this book, Celia Marshik makes a significant contribution to the growing critical literature on the interrelations between censorship and sexual representation in late-nineteenth and early twentieth-century British literature.


Review Caring Cultures: Sharing Imaginations: Australia And India, Michael Jacklin Jan 2008

Review Caring Cultures: Sharing Imaginations: Australia And India, Michael Jacklin

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The reading of Australian literature from international perspectives is vital, not only for the publication and promotion of Australian literature overseas, but also for the maintenance of a robust and energetic discipline that is both national and global in its reach. India, increasingly, is a contributor to this international network of scholarly engagement, with at least four anthologies of critical essays on Australian literature published in New Delhi in as many years. The present collection of papers, Caring Cultures: Sharing Imaginations: Australia and India, adds to this growing body of work. Several of its essays offer fascinating views on Australian ...


Review Keyes, Roger S. 2006. Ehon: The Artist And The Book In Japan., Helen Kilpatrick Jan 2008

Review Keyes, Roger S. 2006. Ehon: The Artist And The Book In Japan., Helen Kilpatrick

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This handsome tome is based on an exhibition of Japanese picture books held by the New York Public Library from October 2006 to February 2007. Despite the more contemporary connotations associated with the term ehon, this is not a catalogue of books for children. The collection is best described as a volume that traces the traditions of Japanese artists’ books. With the inclusion of two more recent works by non-Japanese (American and German) artists, the volume also features international entries that are currently ‘‘contribut[ing] to the living Japanese book tradition’’ (p. 313). Although it excludes neither children’s nor ...


Book Review: "Assembling Women: The Feminization Of Global Manufacturing". By Teri L. Caraway, Vicki D. Crinis Jan 2008

Book Review: "Assembling Women: The Feminization Of Global Manufacturing". By Teri L. Caraway, Vicki D. Crinis

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Teri Caraway’s study of Indonesian labor in workplaces such as the garment, textile, electronics, timber, tobacco, and automobile industries is a contribution to the literature on the feminization of factory work in Southeast Asia. Overall, the book, presented in six chapters, questions why female inequality in the workforce continues. Why do women outnumber male workers in export-processing industries while the same numbers of women are not represented in capital-intensive industries? According to Caraway, political economists believe that once women entered the paid labor force, they would eventually equal male workers in number, but political economy analysis has not been ...