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Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 The Project of the Self under Late Capitalism : Third Overland Lecture
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Lohrey argues that important 'structures of feeling' are emerging in contemporary Australia, especially in discourses and practices of 'the body', 'the self' and the acceptance of ideas and philosophies emanating from Asia. She also makes the point that sometimes literature, particularly narrative fiction, is the best means of encountering, engaging and digesting the emergence of new movements, ideas and politics (Editor's comment).

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  • The second part of this third Overland lecture is a work of fiction, an extract from a novel-in-progress. It has been separately indexed.

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