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Geoff Rodoreda

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(forthcoming) The Mabo Turn in Australian Fiction. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2017.

(forthcoming) “Weal/th in the Land: Re-imagining Indigenous Land Use in Australia.” Uncommon Wealths in Postcolonial Fiction. Eds. Helga Ramsey-Kurz and Melissa Kennedy. Leiden: Brill, 2017. 

“Reading Mabo in Peter Goldsworthy’s Three Dog Night (2003).” The Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia 7.2 (2016): 15-29.

“Orality and Narrative Invention in Alexis Wright’s Carpentaria.” Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature 16.2 (2016): 1-13.

“The Darkest Aspect: Mabo and Liam Davison’s The White Woman.Zeitschrift für Australienstudien/Australian Studies Journal 30 (2016): 44-60.

“Reflections (in lieu of notes) on Ngugi wa Thiong’o in Münster.” ACOLIT 72 (Sept. 2015): 24-27.

“The Swinging Stirrup Iron: Murder Most Pastoral in Queensland Fiction.” The Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia 5.1 (2014): 60-75.

Report on “Postcolonial Justice,” Joint Conference of GNEL/ASNEL and GASt, Potsdam and Berlin, 2014. ACOLIT 71 (Sept. 2014): 43-47.

Rev. of Imaginary Antipodes: Essays on Contemporary Australian Literature and Culture, by Russell West-Pavlov. Anglistik 24.2 (2013): 202-03.

“Post-Mabo Literature: New Discourses in Australian Fiction.” Australia: Reality, Stereotype, Vision. Eds. Henriette von Holleuffer and Adi Wimmer. Trier: Wissenschaflicher Verlag Trier, 2012. 97-107.

“George Orwell in Stuttgart.” Literaturblatt Baden-Württemberg 4-2010 (Juli-August 2010): 14-15.

“‘That’s not Indigenous?’: Reflections on Ten Canoes.” Gesellschaft für Australienstudien Newsletter 1 (June 2009): 7-9.

Geoff Rodoreda studied Social and Political Theory, Media Theory and Journalism in the city he grew up in, Sydney, Australia. He was employed as a journalist with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in Adelaide, Sydney and Darwin before moving to Germany in 1996. Here, he has worked as a freelance writer, editor, translator and teacher. He joined the University as a part-time lecturer (Lektor) in 2009. He conducts writing classes and teaches courses on Australian literature and culture, South Africa, and modern day Britain. His research interests include new developments in contemporary Australian literature and George Orwell’s time in Germany.