The Transported Imagination: Australian Interwar Magazines and the Geographical Imaginaries of Colonial Modernity

by Victoria Kuttainen, Susann Liebich, and Sarah Galletly

About Victoria Kuttainen

Victoria Kuttainen is a senior lecturer in English and Writing at James Cook University. From 2013 to 2018 she was also the Margaret and Colin Roderick Scholar of Comparative Literature. Most of her work focuses on narrative, geography, identity, and cultural value. She has written Unsettling Stories: Settler Postcolonialism and the Short Story Composite and published on postcolonialism and colonial modernity; middlebrow and periodical print cultures; gender, genre, and life-writing.

About Susann Liebich

Susann Liebich is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Heidelberg Centre for Transcultural Studies, University of Heidelberg. Her current research investigates reading and writing at sea and in ports in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. She has published articles on aspects of the history of reading; periodical print culture in Australia and New Zealand; and on maritime literary cultures in First World War Studies, Mémoires du livre / Studies in Book Culture, Transfers, and in edited essay collections.

About Sarah Galletly

Sarah Galletly is the Margaret and Colin Roderick Postdoctoral Research Fellow at James Cook University. Her current research explores the early twentieth-century mass-market periodical cultures of Canada and Australia, with a particular focus on celebrity, gender, and travel. Her previous work has been published in the British Journal of Canadian Studies, English Studies in Canada, Journeys, and Transfers.


 

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