Colloquy: issue twenty-six
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The Acknowledgement of Love in Sarah Ruhl’s Drama Thomas Butler
Colloquy: issue thirty-one
Issue thirty-one is a general issue comprising three original articles and two book reviews.
Colloquy: issue thirty
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Colloquy: issue twenty-nine
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Colloquy: issue twenty-seven
Issue 27 is a general issue comprising three articles, prose poetry, one review article and five book reviews.
Colloquy: issue twenty-five
Issue 25 of Colloquy: text, theory, critique is a general issue, featuring four articles which make critical use of a variety of theoretical models in their explorations of literary and philosophical texts, and concluding with a sequence of poems.
Colloquy: issue twenty-four
Issue 24 of Colloquy: text, theory, critique consists principally of a special
section entitled Tights and Tiaras: Female Superheroes and Media Cultures, which arose from the conference of the same name that took place at Monash University in 2011.
Colloquy: issue twenty-three
Issue 23 of Colloquy is comprised mainly of papers collected under the title Pastoral Echoes, a special section arising from the symposium Reimagining Pastoral, which was convened at the University of Queensland in 2011.
Colloquy: issue twenty-two
Issue 22 of Colloquy is largely comprised of papers arising from the conference Collaborations in Modern and Postmodern Visual Art, which was hosted by Monash University in 2010.
Colloquy: issue twenty-one
Issue 21 of Colloquy contains general articles as well as papers arising from the conference, Changing the Climate: Utopia, Dystopia and Catastrophe, which was hosted by the Centre for Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies at Monash University in 2010.
Colloquy: issue twenty
Topics of analysis in issue 20 of Colloquy include magic realism, bushwalking, the modernist avant-garde, and fairytales, with
theoretical reference-points that range from adaptation theory to psychoanalysis, queer theory to the Australian gothic. The issue is completed by a number of book reviews and a poem by John Ryan.
Colloquy: issue nineteen
In issue 19 of Colloquy, a wide range of topics is traversed: from translation to “coming out”, the predicaments of late capitalism to the construction of memory, with references that range through Benjamin, Derrida, Sebald and Peirce. The issue is completed by a number of book reviews.