Vol 9, No 1 (2003)

Affective Community

The essays in the 'Affective Community' section, introduced by Linnell in the following pages, originate from the Hybridity/Community Conference held at the University of Sydney in March 2002. We also feature three essays that explore issues of space and vision. Of these essays, Scott McQuire’s is a provocative exploration of what ‘scenes’ from a cultural history of transparency might look like. In a Benjaminian gesture of thinking allegorically about Big Brother his essay moves along unexpected vectors. Paul Dawson, in ‘New Writing’, continues some of the threads spun by Scott Brooks around fictocriticism in our previous issue and a strong lineup of reviews beckons.

Table of Contents

Editorial
Chris Healy, Stephen Muecke, Linnell Secomb
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7

Affective Community

Linnell Secomb
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9-11
Leela Gandhi
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12-22
Robyn Ferrell
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23-34
Rosalyn Diprose
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35-50
Nikki Sullivan
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51-59
Fiona Probyn
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60-76
Katrina Schlunke
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77-84
Linnell Secomb
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85-100

Articles

Scott McQuire
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103-123
Grahame Griffin
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124-138
Tony Mitchell
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139-158

New Writing

Paul Dawson
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161-179
Heather Kerr
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180-200

Reviews

Tara Forrest
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203-205
Mark Galliford
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206-211
Justine Lloyd
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212-215
Roger Hillman
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216-219
Lachlan MacDowall
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220-223
Gary Genosko
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224-228