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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Partnership Id-Entities : Cultural and Literary Re-Insciption/s of the Feminine
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'The essays in this volume examine the implications of 'equalitarian' and 'dominator' modes of living within a series of canonical, traditional and indigenous texts and narratives. They analyse the concept of Id-Entities from a range of perspectives, through the contributions of writers, scholars and researchers in various disciplines - literature, applied linguistics, education and language teaching - and give evidence of 'other' possible patterns of construction of the self and forms of coexistence generated by non-hierarchical relational processes. The title, Partnership Id-Entities, signals the discursive grounds for exploring intercultural relationships within an equalitarian and mutual paradigm and points to the need of a more profound awareness of transnational dialogue and modalities of cooperation based on a common ground of shared values in world cultural traditions' (Source: Publisher website).

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* Contents derived from the Udine,
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The Only Speaker : David Malouf and Endangered Languages and Id-Entities, Antonella Riem Natale , single work criticism (p. 20-29)
"Once Upon a Patriachy" : Cultural Translation in the Poetry of Romaine Moreton, Katherine Russo , single work criticism (p. 31-44)
Aboriginal Women's Memories : An Attempt at Rewriting Official Australian History, Caterina Colomba , single work criticism
'In 1997 the 'Bringing Them Home' report opened a new chapter in Australian history by bringing to light one of the most systematic and cruel colonial practices based on assimilation ideology and policy : the so-called Stolen Generation. The report on the two year National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from Their Families estimates that from 1911 to the end of the 1970s the shocking nomber of 100,000 children were removed from their families with the aim of 'civilizing' them by integrating them forcibly into European culture. To confirm the magnitude of the phenomenon, the Aboriginal writer, Anita Heiss once said: 'I haven't met one Indigenous Australian who hasn't been affected by the policies of protection that lead to what we commonly refer to as the Stolen Generations'.
Since the report was released, this deep and complex question has been many times represented in literature as well as in cinematographic fiction...'(p. 45)
(p. 45-54)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Udine,
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      Forum : The University of Udine Press ,
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      Extent: 244p.
      ISBN: 9788884206428
      Series: y separately published work icon ALL Associazione Laureati/e in Lingue; Association of Graduates in Modern Languages Forum : The University of Udine Press (publisher), Udine : Forum : The University of Udine Press , Z1796093 series - publisher criticism This book series crosses disciplinary boundaries in literary criticism, linguistics (theoretical and applied) and creative writing, explores complex and fast changing cultural landscapes and maps out new paths in 'different' territories by means of experimental, multidisciplinary, poetic and artistic studies where cultures of partnership can be developed. ALL, the acronym of Associazione Laureati/e in Lingue (Association of Graduates in Modern Languages) means everything and everybody: this is our starting point in an open journey of discovery (publisher website).
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