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Beyond Nation? Ludwig Leichhardt’s Transnationalism Katrina Schlunke , 2014 single work criticism
— Appears in: Coolabah , no. 13 2014; (p. 157-178)

'Inspired by the conference theme of ‘Looking Back to Look Forward’ this paper examines the multiple ways in which the Prussian explorer of northern Australia, Ludwig Leichhardt, provides possible new directions for rethinking contemporary concepts such as transnationalism and nationalism. While the paper in its genealogical fashion assumes that the past is not simply available to us to be looked upon but rather is made to appear to us through various, material and ideological productions; it is still inspired by the possibility that re-imagining the past in the present can produce alternative and better futures. ' (Author's abstract)

Leichhardt after Leichhardt Andrew W. Hurley , Katrina Schlunke , 2013 single work criticism
— Appears in: Journal of Australian Studies , vol. 37 no. 4 2013; (p. 537-543)

In this essay, the authors review 'a selection of the more influential writings about Leichhardt to demonstrate both the enduring

interest in his life and the vastly different perspectives held in the texts.' (537)

Going Native : Disguise, Forgery, Imagination and the 'European Aboriginal' Stephen Gray , 2003 single work criticism
— Appears in: Overland , Autumn no. 170 2003; (p. 34-42)
The article discusses the phenomenon of the 'white blackfellow' and the changing motivations of Europeans 'going native'. It argues that, in reporting about their experiences of living among Aborigines, some writers, as for instance Marlo Morgan in her successful but fraudulent book Mutant Message Down Under, are living out their own fantasies and quests for spiritual fulfilment rather than representing the realities of contemporary Aboriginal people and life. The author also discusses the pros and cons with regard to more recent notion of 'cultural protocols' for non-indigenous writers in portraying Aboriginal life.
"Voss" and the Explorers John F. Burrows , 1966 single work criticism
— Appears in: Aumla , November no. 26 1966; (p. 234-240)
Untitled 1955 single work review
— Appears in: The Cairns Post , 30 July 1955; (p. 6)

— Review of Strange New World : The Adventures of John Gilbert and Ludwig Leichhardt Alec H. Chisholm 1941 single work biography
Gilbert and Leichhardt Scrutarius , 1955 single work review
— Appears in: Walkabout , vol. 21 no. 12 1955; (p. 41)

— Review of Strange New World : The Adventures of John Gilbert and Ludwig Leichhardt Alec H. Chisholm 1941 single work biography
Untitled 1955 single work review
— Appears in: The Cairns Post , 30 July 1955; (p. 6)

— Review of Strange New World : The Adventures of John Gilbert and Ludwig Leichhardt Alec H. Chisholm 1941 single work biography
Gilbert and Leichhardt Scrutarius , 1955 single work review
— Appears in: Walkabout , vol. 21 no. 12 1955; (p. 41)

— Review of Strange New World : The Adventures of John Gilbert and Ludwig Leichhardt Alec H. Chisholm 1941 single work biography
Going Native : Disguise, Forgery, Imagination and the 'European Aboriginal' Stephen Gray , 2003 single work criticism
— Appears in: Overland , Autumn no. 170 2003; (p. 34-42)
The article discusses the phenomenon of the 'white blackfellow' and the changing motivations of Europeans 'going native'. It argues that, in reporting about their experiences of living among Aborigines, some writers, as for instance Marlo Morgan in her successful but fraudulent book Mutant Message Down Under, are living out their own fantasies and quests for spiritual fulfilment rather than representing the realities of contemporary Aboriginal people and life. The author also discusses the pros and cons with regard to more recent notion of 'cultural protocols' for non-indigenous writers in portraying Aboriginal life.
"Voss" and the Explorers John F. Burrows , 1966 single work criticism
— Appears in: Aumla , November no. 26 1966; (p. 234-240)
Leichhardt after Leichhardt Andrew W. Hurley , Katrina Schlunke , 2013 single work criticism
— Appears in: Journal of Australian Studies , vol. 37 no. 4 2013; (p. 537-543)

In this essay, the authors review 'a selection of the more influential writings about Leichhardt to demonstrate both the enduring

interest in his life and the vastly different perspectives held in the texts.' (537)

Beyond Nation? Ludwig Leichhardt’s Transnationalism Katrina Schlunke , 2014 single work criticism
— Appears in: Coolabah , no. 13 2014; (p. 157-178)

'Inspired by the conference theme of ‘Looking Back to Look Forward’ this paper examines the multiple ways in which the Prussian explorer of northern Australia, Ludwig Leichhardt, provides possible new directions for rethinking contemporary concepts such as transnationalism and nationalism. While the paper in its genealogical fashion assumes that the past is not simply available to us to be looked upon but rather is made to appear to us through various, material and ideological productions; it is still inspired by the possibility that re-imagining the past in the present can produce alternative and better futures. ' (Author's abstract)

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