A/Prof Anne Brewster
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BA Adel, PhD Flinders
1996. Brewster, Anne. Aboriginal Women’s Autobiography, Sydney: Oxford University Press in association with Sydney University Press.
1995. Brewster, Anne. Literary Formations: Postcoloniality, Nationalism, Globalism, Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.
1991. Brewster, Anne. Ed. Woodworks Boxed Folio of Original Works by 10 Visual Artists and 10 Writers, September.
1988. Brewster, Anne. Towards a Semiotic of Post-colonial Discourse: University Writing in Singapore and Malaysia 1949-1965, Singapore: Heinemann Asia.
1987. Brewster, Anne. Notes on Catherine Lim’s Little Ironies: Stories of Singapore, with Kirpal Singh, Singapore: Heinemann Asia.
b) Edited Collections: Creative Writing Anthologies
2000. Those who remain will always remember: an anthology of Aboriginal Writing, eds. Anne Brewster, Angeline O'Neill and Rosemary van den Berg, Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press.
1990. The Inner Courtyard of the Heart. Love Poetry from South Australia, co-edited with Jeff Guess, Adelaide: Wakefield Press.
1982. The Friendly Street Reader No. 6, co-edited with Rob Johnson, Adelaide: Friendly Street Poets.
1980. An Anthology of Country and City Women Writers, edited with Madeleine Brunato and Nancy Gordon, Adelaide: Govt. Printers.
c) Edited Collections: Journal Special Issues
2011. Ed., Brewster, Anne with Katherine Russo and Lars Jensen. ‘On Whiteness: Current Debates in Australian Studies.’ Special issue of Journal of the European Association for Studies on Australia, 2 (2). http://www.ub.edu/dpfilsa/jeasaiindexvol2no2.html
2007. Ed., Brewster, Anne with Fiona Probyn. `Approaching Whiteness'. Special issue of Australian Humanities Review,42, August-September. http://www.australianhumanitiesreview.org/archive/Issue-August-September-2007/Intro.html
2005. Ed., Brewster, Anne Ed, Guest issues: “Reading Australian Indigenous Texts”, Altitude, 5 & 6. http://www.api-network.com/altitude/
1994. Brewster, Anne Co-editor, with Kathy Trees, Marion Campbell and Ann McGuire, Yorga Wangi: Postcolonial and Feminist issue of SPAN, No. 37, June.
1985. Co-editor with Brian Dibble, Ross Bennett and Elizabeth Jolley, Compass, 5 (4).
1985. Guest co-editor with Ron Blaber, Special Australian Number, CRNLE Reviews Journal, No.2.
d) Book Chapters
2012. Brewster, Anne. ‘Gallows humour and stereotyping in Nyoongar writer Alf Taylor’s short fiction: a white cross-racial reading’ in New Indigenous Knowledges, Eds Beate Neumeier and Kay Schaffer, Amsterdam: Rodophi. In press
2012. Brewster, Anne. ‘Travelogue’ in Engaging with Literature of Commitment; The Worldy Scholar, eds Gordon Collier et al, Amsterdam: Rodophi, pp.393-8. [reprint]
2011. Brewster, Anne, Katherine Russo and Lars Jensen (eds) “Introduction” in On Whiteness: Current Debates in Australian Studies. Special issue of Journal of the European Association for Studies on Australia, 2 (2). http://www.ub.edu/dpfilsa/jeasaiindexvol2no2.html
2010. Brewster, Anne ‘The Freedom to Discompose: The Poetry of Kamala Das’, in Kamala Das: Critical Perspectives. Ed Devindra Kohli, New Delhi: New Delhi: Pencraft Books, pp. 85-94. [reprint]
2010. Brewster, Anne ‘A Critique of Bharati Mukherjee’s Neo-Nationalism’, in Bharati Mukherjee: Critical Perspectives. Ed Somdatta Mandal, New Delhi: Pencraft Books, pp. 25-38. [reprint]
2010. Brewster, Anne ‘Critical Whiteness Studies and Australian Indigenous Literature’, in Modern Australian Criticism and Theory. Eds. David Carter and Wang Guanglin, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press and China Ocean University Press, pp. 190-205.
2009. Brewster, Anne ‘The Radical Poetics of the Gendered Urban Quotidian: Reading Anna Couani’s Literary Experimentalism of the 1970s and 1980s’, in Australian Made: A Multicultural Reader. Eds Sonia Mycak and Amit Sarwal, Sydney: Sydney University Press, pp. 32-57.
2009. Brewster, Anne ‘”The Traveller’s Dream”: Nation and Diaspora in the Work of Boey Kim Cheng’, in Singapore and Malaysian Literature. Eds Mohammad Quayum, Wong Phui Nam and Gwee Li Sui, Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, pp. 124-136.
2009. Brewster, Anne ‘Beach combing: a fossicker’s guide to whiteness and indigenous sovereignty’, in Practice-led Research, Research-led Practice in the Creative Arts. Eds Roger Dean and Hazel Smith, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University, pp. 126-52
2009. Brewster, Anne ‘Teaching The Tracker in Germany: a journal of whiteness’, in The Racial Politics of Bodies, Nations and Knowledges. Eds Barbara Baird and Damien Riggs, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp.228-44.
2006. Brewster, Anne. ‘Remembering and Forgetting Ourselves: Reading Indigenous Life Narrative’, in Critics and Writers, Revisioning Post-Colonial Studies. Ed. I. Maver, Oxford: Lexington Books, pp. 85-105.
1999. Brewster, Anne. “‘The extravagance of our need’: Lyrical Poetry and Community in the Work of Lee Tzu Pheng”, in Interlogue: Studies in Singapore Literature, Vol. 2: Poetry, ed. Kirpal Singh, Singapore: Ethos Books.
1998. Brewster, Anne. “The Perplexity of Living: Adolescence and Nationalism in Colin Cheong’s The Stolen Child”, in Interlogue: Studies in Singapore Literature, Vol. 1: Fiction, ed. Kirpal Singh, Singapore: Ethos Books: 83 – 92.
1998. Brewster, Anne. “Sucking on Remembrance: memoirs of the Vampire and other histories of the body”, in The Space Between: Australian Women Writing Fictocriticism, eds. Heather Kerr and Amanda Nettlebeck, Perth: UWA Press: 209 – 216.
1996. Brewster, Anne. “Taking Your Story to Town: Evelyn Crawford’s Over My Tracks and the Ambivalence of Aboriginal Women’s Autobiographical Narratives”, in From a Distance, eds. Hazel Rowley and Wenche Ommundsen, Geelong: Deakin University Press: 93-102.
1996. Brewster, Anne. Fictocritical sequence, “hauntings: a road poem (stories of forgetting and unknowing)”, Masks, Tapestries, Journeys, ed. Gerry Turcotte, Wollongong: University of Wollongong: 133-41.
1994. Brewster, Anne. “Oodgeroo: Orator, Poet, Storyteller”, in Oodgeroo, eds. Adam Shoemaker and Laurie Hergenhan, St Lucia: University of Queensland Press: 92-104.
1994. Brewster, Anne. Fictocritical sequence, “Headstarts”, Hope and Fear: An Anthology of SA Women’s Writing, 1894-1994, eds. Annie Greet and Sue Hosking, Adelaide: Flinders University: 468-71.
1993. Brewster, Anne. Fictocritical sequence, “Two Prayers,” S.E. Asia Writes Back eds. C.Y. Loh and I.K. Ong, London: Skoob Books: 170-3.
1986. Brewster, Anne. An analysis of Arthur Yap’s poem “Dramatis Personae”, in Critical Engagements. Singapore Poems in Focus, ed. Kirpal Singh, Singapore: Heinemann: 31-6.
1986. Brewster, Anne. “The Sense of Place in Singapore and Malaysian Poetry in English, with special reference to Wong Phui Nam and Arthur Yap”, in A Sense of Place, ed. Peggy Nightingale, St Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, pp. 132-142.
1984. Brewster, Anne. “An Introduction to Contemporary Philippines Poetry in English”, CRNLE, Essays and Monograph Series No.2, Poetry of the Pacific, ed. Paul Sharrad, Adelaide: CRNLE: 71-80.
1980. Brewster, Anne. “Science Fiction and Women Writers”, An Anthology of Country and City Women Writers, eds. Anne Brewster, Madeleine Brunato and Nancy Gordon, Adelaide: Government Printer: 66-73.
e) Refereed Journal Articles
2011. Brewster, Anne ‘Can you anchor a shimmering nation state via regional indigenous roots? Kim Scott talks to Anne Brewster about That Deadman Dance’, Cultural Studies Review, 18 (1), pp. 4-21. http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/journals/index.php/csrj/article/view/2322
2011. Brewster, Anne ‘Whiteness and Indigenous Sovereignty in Kim Scott’s That Deadman Dance’. Journal of the European Association for Studies on Australia, 2 (2), pp. 60-71. http://www.ub.edu/dpfilsa/jeasaiindexvol2no2.html
2010. Brewster, Anne ‘Indigenous Sovereignty and the Crisis of Whiteness in Alexis Wright’s Carpentaria’. Australian Literary Studies, 25 (4), pp. 85-199. http://search.informit.com.au.wwwproxy0.library.unsw.edu.au/search;res=APAFT;search=FTI=yes%20and%20IS=0004-9697%20and%20VRF=25%20and%20IRF=4%20and%20PY=2010%20and%20PG=85
2009. Brewster, Anne ‘Indigenous sovereignty in the poetry of Romaine Moreton’ in Manifesting Feminisms. Eds. Margaret Henderson and Anne Vickery, Special Issue Australian Literary Studies 24 (3-4), October-November , pp. 108-20
2009. Brewster, Anne “Travelogue’ in Outskirts: feminisms along the edge. 20 May. http://www.chloe.uwa.edu.au/outskirts/ or http://www.chloe.uwa.edu.au/outskirts/archive/volume20/brewster. hyperlink
2008. Brewster, Anne ` Humour and the Defamiliarisation of Whiteness in the Short Fiction of Australian Indigenous Writer Alf Taylor’ Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 44 (4): pp. 427-438. http://www.tandfonline.com.wwwproxy0.library.unsw.edu.au/doi/pdf/10.1080/17449850802410564
2008. Brewster, Anne `Engaging the Public Intimacy of Whiteness: the Indigenous Protest Poetry of Romaine Moreton' Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, Special issue: the Colonial Present, pp. 56-76. http://www.nla.gov.au/openpublish/index.php/jasal/issue/view/51/showToc
2008. Brewster, Anne Interview with Arthur Yap. Asiatic 2 (1), June, pp. 97-108
2007. Brewster, Anne. `That child is my hero.' Interview with Alf Taylor, Aboriginal History, 31, pp. 165-177. http://epress.anu.edu.au/titles/aboriginal-history-journal/ah31_citation/pdf-download hyperlink(see 'Notes and Documents')
2007. Brewster, Anne. `Brokering Cross-Racial Feminism: Reading Indigenous Australian Poet Lisa Bellear', Feminist Theory 8 (2) June, pp. 209-22. http://fty.sagepub.com/content/8/2.toc hyperlink
2007. Interview with Doris Pilkington, Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 42 (1): pp. 143-59. http://jcl.sagepub.com.wwwproxy0.library.unsw.edu.au/content/42/1/143hyperlink
2005. Brewster, Anne. “An Interview with Anna Couani”, Hecate, 31(1): 31-42, May,http://search.proquest.com.wwwproxy0.library.unsw.edu.au/docview/210911067/13ABFB7415C43D8EB39/1?accountid=12763hyperlink.
* 2005. Brewster, Anne. “The Poetics of Memory”, Continuum, 19 (3): 397-403. hyperlink
2005. Brewster, Anne. “Writing Whiteness: the Personal Turn” Australian Humanities Review, 35, June. http://www.lib.latrobe.edu.au/AHR/archive/Issue-June-2005/brewster.html
* 2005. Brewster, Anne. “Fractured conversations: indigenous literature and white readers. A reading of the poetry of Lisa Bellear”, Altitude 5, http://www.api-network.com/cgibin/altitude21c/fly?page=Issue5&n=5
2004. Brewster, Anne. Interview with Leslie Scalapino, how2, vol. 2 (2), Spring. http://www.departments.bucknell.edu/stadler_center/how2/current/
* 2004. Dean, Roger, Brewster, Anne and Smith Hazel, 2004. soundAFFECTs, TEXT, 8, (2). http://www.gu.edu.au/school/art/text/oct04/smith2.mov (animated and sound version)
* 2003. Brewster, Anne. “Strangeness, Magic and Writing”, Cultural Studies Review, 9 (2), Nov: 157-63
2003. Brewster, Anne. “The Beach as ‘Dreaming Place’: Reconciliation, the Past and the Zone of Intersubjectivity in Indigenous Literature”, New Literatures Review, 40, Winter: 33-41.
* 2003. Brewster, Anne and Hazel Smith. “AFFECTions: friendship, community, bodies” TEXT, 7 (2), October, http://www.gu.edu.au/school/art/text/oct03/brewstersmith.htm (text only version)
2003. Brewster, Anne. “Intersubjectivity, Whiteness and Race: Reading Indigenous Life Stories (with particular reference to Ambrose Mungala Charlarimeri’s The Man from the Sunrise Side)”, Working Papers on the Web, 5, http://www.shu.ac.uk/wpw/race/
2002. Brewster, Anne. “Aboriginal life writing and globalisation: Doris Pilkington’s Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence”, Southerly, Vol 62 (2): 153-61.
2002. Brewster, Anne. “Aboriginal life writing and globalisation: Doris Pilkington’s Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence”, AustralianHumanities Review, March, http://www.lib.latrobe.edu.au/AHR/archive/Issue-March-2002/brewster.html
* 2002. Brewster, Anne. ‘ProseThetic Memories’, with Hazel Smith, Salt, 16 2002: 199-211.
1998. Brewster, Anne. ‘Interview with Rae Armantrout’, Southern Review, 31(2): 231 - 243.
1994. Brewster, Anne. “Ania Walwicz’s Vagrant Narration: Cosmopolitanism vs. Nationalism in Australia”, Kunapipi, XVI, 1: 181-90.
1993. Brewster, Anne. “An Uneasy Truce: Aboriginal Women’s Autobiography in the Arena of Postcolonial Studies”, SPAN, No. 36, October: 144-53.
1993. Brewster, Anne. “A Critique of Bharati Mukherjee’s Neo-nationalism”, in SPAN, 34-5, Nov. 1992/May 1993: 50-9.
1990. Brewster, Anne. “Radical Difference”, review article of Trinh T. Minh-ha, Woman, Native, Other: Writing Postcoloniality and Feminism and Shirley Lim, Modem Secrets; CRNLE Reviews Journal, 1: 17-22.
1987. Brewster, Anne. “Nationalism and Multiculturalism in Singapore and Malaysia in the 50’s and 60’s”, SPAN, 24, April: 136-150.
1982. Brewster, Anne. “The Cultural Context of Metaphor in the Singapore Short Story”, New Literature Review, 10: 54-60.
1980. Brewster, Anne. “The Freedom to Decompose: the Poetry of Kamala Das”, Journal of Indian Writing in English, 8 (1-2), Jan-July: 98-107.
f) Non-refereed Journal Articles
1991. Brewster, Anne. “Interview by Scott Campbell-Smith”, Salt, No.2, June: 44-9.
1987. Brewster, Anne. “Inventing Countries: Nationalism in Singapore and Malaya in the 50's”, Indian Ocean Newsletter 8 (2), July: 5-6.
1982. Brewster, Anne. “An Interview with Stanislaw Lem”, Science Fiction, 4 (1): 6-8.
* 2005. Brewster, Anne. “We Four: Fictocriticsm Again”, with Katrina Schlunke, Continuum, 19 (3): 393-395.
2000. Brewster, Anne. “Introduction” (sole author), Those Who Remain Will Always Remember: An Anthology of Aboriginal Writing, eds. Anne Brewster, Angeline O'Neill, Rosemary van den Berg. Fremantle Arts Centre Press: 9-17.
2000. Brewster, Anne. “Introduction”, Arthur Yap, the space of city trees: selected poems,
London: Skoob Books: xi-xxii.
1993. Brewster, Anne. “Linguistic Boundaries: K.S. Maniam's The Return”, published as the afterword in new edition of The Return, K.S. Maniam, London: Skoob Books Publishing: 174-84.
h) Encyclopedia Entries
In press. ‘Australian and New Zealand Indigenous Writing’, The Cambridge History of Postcolonial Literature, ed Ato Quayson. (12,000 words)
2006. Brewster, Anne. Entry on Anna Couani, for Dictionary of Literary Biography (Australian Writers1975-2000), New York: Thomson Gale, pp. 53-58.
2004. Brewster, Anne. Entry on Oodgeroo Noonucal, for Dictionary of Literary Biography (Australian Writers 1950-1975), New York: Thomson Gale: 249-257.
2000. Brewster, Anne. Entries on ‘Life Stories’ and ‘Mudrooroo/Colin Johnson’, for The Oxford Companion to Aboriginal Art and Culture, eds. Sylvia Kleinert and Margo Neale, OUP: 627-8, 650.
1995. Brewster, Anne. Entries on Kirpal Singh, Shirley Lim and Lee Tzu Pheng, for the Routledge Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Literatures, eds, Eugene Benson, L.W. Conolly and G.D. Killam, New York: Routledge.