AsPr Frances Devlin-Glass

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Honorary Associate Professor

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

SCCA Arts & Ed

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Publications

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2015

Reading and performing abjection: Staging Joyce, A professional reflection

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2015), Vol. 67, pp. 155-175, Australasian drama studies, Melbourne, VIC., C1

journal
2013

Jocoserious ‘ignorance shifting’ or ‘aestho-psycho-eugenics’?: interrogating Joseph Furphy’s Bulletin ‘apprenticeship'

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2013), Vol. 13, pp. -, Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, Melbourne, Vic, C1

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Furphy as (metafictive) Aboriginal ethnographer

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2013), Vol. 13, pp. -, Journal of the association for the study of Australian literature, Burwood, Vic., C1

journal

The seven ages of Joyce

Di Silber, Greg Rochlin, Philip Harvey, Matt Miller, Roslyn Hames, Sian Cartwright, Bruce Beswick, A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2013), Melbourne, Vic, J1

works
2012

Yes, Yes, Yes! An adaptation of Joyce’s Penelope chapter from Ulysses

Sian Cartwright, A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass, Roslyn Hames

(2012), Melbourne, Vic, J1

works
2011

En-gendering the nation : gender-bending and nationalism in Miles Franklin's 'My brilliant career' and Emily Lawless's 'Grania: The story of an Island'

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2011), Vol. 11, pp. 73-85, Australasian journal of Irish studies, Melbourne, Vic., C1-1

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An Irishman and a Jew go into a pub...

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass, Brenda Addie, Graeme Anderson, Sian Cartwright, Roz Hames

(2011), Melbourne, Vic., J2-1

works
2010

The myth of settlement : grey nomads, papunya tula and frontier violence in Pat Jacobs’ Going Inland

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2010), pp. 141-151, Frontier skirmishes : literary and cultural debates in Australia after 1992, Heidelberg, Germany, B1

chapter

Jocoserious fathers : burlesque and the representation of the law of the father in Joyce's 'Ulysses'

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2010), pp. 229-238, Ireland and the Irish Antipodes : One World or Worlds Apart? : Papers delivered at the 16th Australasian Irish Studies Conference, Spit Junction, N.S.W., E1

conference

Wry-necked memory : the matter of Ireland in cutting green hay and memory Ireland, and the poems of the pattern.

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2010), pp. 1-10, Association for the study of Australian literature. JASAL, Toowoomba, Qld., C1

journal

Affect and narrative encoding : the problematics of representing and teaching yanyuwa narratives in cyberspace

John Bradley, A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2010), pp. 183-194, Teaching literature at a distance : open, online and blended learning, London. UK, B1

chapter

Carnivale of night-town

Graeme Anderson, Sian Cartwright, A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass, Roz Hames, Brenda Addie

(2010), Melbourne, Vic., J2

works
2009

Intimate horizons : the post-colonial sacred in Australian literature

Prof Bill Ashcroft, Prof Lyn Mc Credden, A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2009), Hindmarsh, S. Aust., A1

book

A shimmering social tapestry of Corkonia : the Cork anthology (Book review)

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2009), pp. 37-, Tinteán, Melbourne, Vic., J2

works

Bursting with good health….and why we aren’t : Health psychology and behaviour in Australia (Book review)

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2009), pp. 40-40, Tinteán magazine, Melbourne, Vic., J2

works

Epiphanies in Ulster : words of the grey wind : family and epiphany in Ulster (Book review)

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2009), pp. 26-, Tinteán magazine, Melbourne, Vic., J2

works
2008

A politics of the Dreamtime : destructive and regenerative rainbows in Alexis Wright's Carpentaria

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2008), Vol. 23, pp. 392-407, Australian literary studies, Hobart, Tas., C1

journal

The eco-centric self and the sacred in Xavier Herbert's 'Poor fellow my country'

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2008), Vol. 8, pp. 45-63, JASAL, Toowoomba, Qld., C1

journal

Dying for land

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2008), pp. 27-28, Tinteán, Melbourne, Vic., J2

works
2007

Joyce, Bloomsday, and diasporic identity: a report from Melbourne

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2007), Vol. 11, pp. 142-155, New hibernia review, St. Paul, Minn., C1

journal

The Irish in grass castles : re-reading victim tropes in an iconic pioneering text

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2007), pp. 104-118, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand : history, politics and culture, Dublin, Ireland, E1

conference
2006

Window on Sydney's different Irish culture

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2006), pp. 1-1, Tain, Fitzroy, Vic., J2

works

Tanami Desert embodiment : Kim Mahood and the conflictual politics of land, culture and identity

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2006), pp. 123-139, Region, nation, frontiers : proceesdings from the 11th International Region and Nation Literature Association Conference, Newcastle, England, E1

conference

Real english and english lite : what texts should we teach in the english classroom? (1) or English lite and thick lit : what is the debate about?

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2006), Vol. 42, pp. 39-44, Idiom, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal

Writing in the slipstream of the Wildean trauma: Joyce, Buck Mulligan and homophobia reconsidered

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2006), Vol. 31, pp. 27-33, Canadian journal of Irish studies, Vancouver, B.C., C1

journal

Western maps/Yanyuwa meaning: an interview with John Bradley

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2006), Vol. 35, pp. 90-101, Australian journal of indigenous education, Brisbane, Qld., C1

journal
2005

Bloomsdaying : James Joyce in performance and the more-common-than-you-would-think reader

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2005), Vol. 4, pp. 39-64, Text, Gold Coast, Qld., C1

journal

An atlas of the sacred : hybridity, representability and the myths of Yanyuwa country

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2005), Vol. 19, pp. 127-140, Antipodes, Brooklyn, N.Y., C1

journal

Contesting binarisms in Harry Potter : creative rejigging, or gender tokenism?

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2005), Vol. 144, pp. 50-63, English in Australia, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal

"Who 'curls up' with Ulyses? a study of non-conscripted readers of Joyce"

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2005), Vol. 41, pp. 363-379, James Joyce quarterly, Tulsa, Okla., C1

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The sacred in Australian literature: an introduction

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass, Prof Lyn Mc Credden, Prof Bill Ashcroft

(2005), Vol. 19, pp. 124-126, Antipodes : a North American journal of Australian literature, New York, N.Y., C1

journal

Penetrators, enter here

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2005), pp. 1-10, Bloomsday in Melbourne : Performing Joyce, Melbourne, Vic., J2-1

works

Immigration Museum, celebration of Irish migration to Victoria, 9 Oct. 05

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2005), pp. 1-21, Immigration Museum Moving Stories Irish Festival, Melbourne, Vic., J2-1

works

Her singtime sung

Roz Hames, A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass, Di Silber

(2005), pp. 1-55, Bloomsday in Melbourne : Her singtime sung, Melbourne, Vic., J1-1

works
2004

Book reviews

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2004), pp. 332-334, Australian journal of Irish studies, Perth, W.A., J2

works

Going down where the asparagus grows : insight and resistance as Ezra Pound confronts Ulysses

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2004), Vol. 19, pp. 54-70, Journal of Irish studies, Tokyo, Japan, C1

journal

Cannabilsm and imperial violence in Furphy`s The Buln-buln and the Brolga : metafiction and the national conference

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2004), Vol. 4, pp. 56-65, Australian journal of Irish studies, Perth, W.A., C1

journal

Curves of amplitude

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2004), pp. -, Robert Jacks : his bloomsday book, Melbourne, Vic., B1-1

chapter
2003

History of Irish Presbyterians (Book review)

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2003), pp. 28-28, Tain, Fitzroy, Vic., J2

works

Whistling bushrangers (Book review)

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2003), pp. 28-28, Tain, Fitzroy, Vic., J2

works
2001

'Visceral music': shifting perspectives on Northern Irish violence in the novels of Bernard MacLaverty

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2001), Vol. 1, pp. 126-133, Australian journal of Irish studies, Perth, W.A., C1

journal

The Sovereignty as co-Lordship : a contemporary feminist rereading of the female sacred in the Ulster cycle

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2001), pp. 106-132, Feminist poetics of the sacred, creative suspicions, Oxford, England, B1

chapter

More than a reader and less than a critic: literary authority and women`s book-discussion groups

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass

(2001), Vol. 24, pp. 571-585, Women's studies international forum, Oxford, England, C1

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The future of feminist spiritualities

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass, Prof Lyn Mc Credden

(2001), pp. 245-257, Feminist poetics of the sacred, creative suspicions, New York, N.Y., B1

chapter

Inside and outside the traditions : the changing shapes of feminist spiritualities

A/Prof Frances Devlin-Glass, Prof Lyn Mc Credden

(2001), pp. 3-20, Feminist poetics of the sacred, creative suspicions, Oxford, England, B1

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