Back Issues

2005
vol. 15, no. 1

1. Editorial
Clare Bradford
pp. 3-4 (PDF)


2. 'You Can't Say No to the Beauty and the Beast': Shrek and Ideology
Maria Takolander and David McCooey
pp. 5-14 (PDF)


3. Food Poisoning: Surplus and Suffering in Contemporary Children's Film
Naarah Sawers and Elizabeth Parsons
pp. 15-26 (PDF)


4. E.T. Go Home: Indigeneity, Multiculturalism and 'Homeland' in Contemporary Science Fiction Cinema
Helen Addison-Smith
pp. 27-35 (PDF)

5. Seeing and Understanding: Narrative Technique in Berlie Doherty's 'Dear Nobody' John Murray
pp. 36-39 (PDF)


6. Examination, Surveillance and Confession in Victorian and Late 20th Century Texts Diana Hodge
pp. 40-49 (PDF)

7.
Of the Postmodernists' Party without knowing it: Philip Pullman, Hypermorality and Metanarratives
Beppie Keane
pp. 50-58 (PDF)

8. Situating Childhood: A Reading of Spatiality in Aboriginal Picture Books
Trish Lunt
pp. 59-67 (PDF)

9. News and Notices
pp. 68 (PDF)

2005
vol. 15, no. 2


1. Editorial
Ann McGuire
pp. 3-5 (PDF)

2. New Social Orders: Reconceptualising Family and Community in Utopian Fiction
Kerry Mallan, Clare Bradford, and John Stephens
pp. 6-21 (PDF)

2. Education, State and Agency in Dystopian Children's Texts
Margaret Aitken, Clare Bradford, and Geraldine Massey
pp. 22-30 (PDF)

3. Allan Baillie's 'Secrets of Walden Rising' as Critical Dystopia: Problematising National Mythologies
Beverley Pennell
pp. 31-39 (PDF)

4. 'Belonging' in Young Adult Dystopian Fiction: New Communities Created by Children Patricia Kennon
pp. 40-49 (PDF)

5. 'When I Was a Child I Thought As a Child ': The Importance of Memory in Constructions of Childhood and Social Order in a Selection of Post-disaster Fictions Elizabeth Braithwaite
pp. 50-57 (PDF)

6. Desiring Perception: Finding Utopian Impulses in Shaun Tan's 'The Lost Thing'
Debra Dudek
pp. 58-66 (PDF)

7. News and Notices
pp. 67 (PDF)