Graeme Turner Nation Culture Text
Scope and Contents
Contains two publications: Sanders, Noel, ‘Azaria Chamberlain and popular culture’, and Grace, Helen, ‘Business, please, narrative: The folktale in our time’, in Graeme Turner (ed.), Nation, Culture, Text: Australian cultural and media studies, (London: Routledge, 1993); and Turner, Graeme, Film as Social Practice: Second Edition, (London: Routledge, 1993), with the selected sections of the contents, the preface and ‘Film narrative’. Also included is the chapter ‘Redefining the nation: from purity to hybridity’, Making it National, the author and publication information was not included. Subject matter is vague, c. 1970-1993.
- Creation: Collection covers ca 1960-2010
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