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19-Sep-2021Exploring Certain Anomalous Experiences as Mediators of Personal RelationshipMcDonald, Barry Matthew ; Harris, Stephen ; Barnes, Diana 29-Jan-2024
22021Rethinking Wilderness and the Wild: Conflict, Conservation and Co-existenceBartel, Robyn ; Branagan, Marty ; Utley, Fiona ; Harris, Stephen 23-Nov-2020
32021Wilderness in literature and cultureHarris, Stephen 3-Aug-2022
42018Blue Sky Thinking in water governance: Understanding the Role of the Imagination in Australian Water PolicyNoble, Louise ; Harris, Stephen ; Marshall, Graham 1-Dec-2017
52018Introduction: Water Policy and the AnthropoceneHarris, Stephen ; Bartel, Robyn ; Williams, Jacqueline ; Noble, Louise 1-Dec-2017
62018Water Policy, Imagination and Innovation: Interdisciplinary ApproachesBartel, Robyn ; Noble, Louise ; Williams, Jacqueline ; Harris, Stephen 1-Dec-2017
72017Island Home [Book Review]Harris, Stephen 16-Mar-2018
82016Review of Peter Conrad, 'How the World Was Won: The Americanisation of Everywhere'. London, Thames and Hudson, 2014, 336 pages.Harris, Stephen 21-Feb-2017
92016"I" Seeing the "Other": Dialogic Subjectivity in Krzysztof Kieślowski's 'Three Colours' TrilogyGulic, Ivana ; Harris, Stephen ; Williamson, Dugald George23-Mar-2018
102015Tim Winton's 'Dirt Music': Sounding Country/Re-siting PlaceHarris, Stephen 9-Oct-2015
112015Questioning the Cultural Industry of the Self: Fiction, Selfhood and Individualism in Patrick White's 'The Vivisector'Harris, Stephen 19-Feb-2016
122014Review of Southerly: The Political Imagination: Ali Alizadeh and Ann Vickery, eds, 'The Political Imagination: Postcolonialism and Diaspora in Contemporary Australian Poetry'. 'Southerly' vol. 73, no. 1, 2013Harris, Stephen 5-Sep-2014
132012Water Wars, Talking Water: Art, Activism and the Eco-politics of Whitman's Walk to the WaterHarris, Stephen 22-Aug-2014
142012Ecocritics have never been Green: Editor's NoteBristow, Thomas ; Harris, Stephen 28-Aug-2014
152012Review of 'The Bioregional Imagination: Literature, Ecology, Place.' Edited by Tom Lynch, Cheryll Glotfelty, and Karla Armbruster. University of Georgia Press: Athens. 2012. US$24.95; Hardcover US$69.95; Kindle US$25.85. ISBN: 978-0-8203-3592-6Harris, Stephen 4-Sep-2014
162012Lines of Continuity in Douglas Stewart's Poetry and Verse PlaysMcKay, Valerie Doreen; Pender, Anne; Harris, Stephen ; Sharkey, Michael8-Aug-2012
172011Journalism and LiteratureHarris, Stephen 9-Jul-2012
182009'Narratives from Another Creek': Judith Wright and the Poetics of Water in AustraliaHarris, Stephen 10-Mar-2010
192009Contemporary Music and its AudiencesBiron, Dean Leonard; Plunkett, Felicity; Adams, Paul; Harris, Stephen 17-Sep-2009
202006'Gore Vidal's America' By Dennis Altman: Polity Press, Cambridge, 2005, pp 216, $41.95 (paper)Harris, Stephen 25-May-2009
212005Gore Vidal's Historical Novels and the Shaping of American Political ConsciousnessHarris, S 1-Aug-2008
222002'American Scoundrel: Murder, Love and Politics in Civil War America.' By Thomas Keneally: Random House, Sydney, 2002, pp. iii + 397, $39.95 (hardback).Harris, Stephen 26-May-2009
232002The Fiction of Gore Vidal and E.L. Doctorow: Writing the Historical SelfHarris, S 31-Jul-2008
242001Myths of Individualism in E.L. Doctorow's 'Ragtime'Harris, S 29-Jul-2008
252001Crossing the Border: History, Fiction and Postcolonial IdentityHarris, S 29-Jul-2008
267-Oct-2000Individualism and its Discontents: Man Alone in Contemporary New Zealand.Harris, Stephen 29-May-2019
271997David Foster's Moonlite: Re-viewing history as satirical fable - towards a post-colonial pastHarris, Stephen 29-May-2019

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