No 28 (2020): In Memoriam Geoff Davis

Special issue to commemorate the life and achievements of the late Geoff Davis, postcolonial scholar based in Europe.


No 27 (2019): Folklore, Media-Lore & Modernity

This special themed issue, conceptualised by Philip Hayward and edited by Tiffany Hutton, features a series of papers exploring the connections between various forms of folklore and modernity and the development of contemporary media-lore.

No 26 (2019): A Tribute to Serge Liberman

Edited by Susan Ballyn and Elisa Morera de la Vall.


No 23 (2018): The Coolabah Short Poem Issue

This issue is edited by the Australian poet Peter Bakowski and features short poems by Adam Aitken, Amanda Anastasi, Grant Caldwell, Aidan Coleman, Dan Disney, Joe Dolce, Laurie Duggan, Marisa Fazio, Barry Gillard, Jeff Guess, Matt Hetherington, Andy Jackson, Ross Jackson, Leanne Jaeger, John Jenkins, Ray Liversidge, Justin Lowe, Mark Mahemoff, Michaela Mark, Alex McKeown, Julian McLucas, Jan Napier, Nathanael O’Reilly, Geoff Page, Gregory Piko, Jan Price, Chris Ringrose, Rob Scott, Lel Sebastian, an Claire Rosslyn Wilson, who also provides the closing essay.


No 22 (2017): Veronica Brady, academic voices and pending hugs

Issue dedicated to the memory of Dr. Veronica Brady (1929-2015). 

No 21 (2017): On the Borders of Belonging

This post-congress Coolabah issue entitled “On the Borders of Belonging” offers seven papers developed from presentations at the Go Between In Between congress, held at the University of Barcelona 18-22 January 2016. They offer different perspectives on identity formation but all deal with the potentialities and pitfalls, the enrichment and impoverishment, the empowerment and disempowerment that may flow from identitarian in-between positions, an area of inter and cross-culturality Homi Bhabha famously coined “the Third Space” in “The Manifesto” (Wasafiri 29, Spring 1999: 38–40). Located between the known and the unknown, the homely and the unhomely, the national and the foreign, the Self and the Other, this culturally fluid, mixed, hybrid discursive space is the zone where more and more human beings, perhaps willy-nilly, find themselves in these times of globalisation.


No 20 (2016): Postcolonial Crime Fiction

This issue contains some of the research carried out by the members of the POCRIF project, “Postcolonial Crime Fiction: a global window into social realities”, under the auspices of the Centre of Australian Studies at the University of Barcelona. The essays presented in this issue, except for one invited contribution, are the result of funding by the Spanish Ministry of Economy - Ministerio de Economía y Competividad, project FFI2013-45101-P.

No 19 (2016): Special monographic issue: Australia's Fundamental Challenges: Multiculturalism and Environment

In this short monographic issue, the Australian academic and law specialist Justin Dabner deals with the complications that arise in a nation which takes the model of British Common law for its judiciary, for both Indigenous people and its multicultural society. In a second article, Dabner moves into a totally different terrain, climate change, which is a subject of concern for every nation. Dabner points out that climate change, responsible environmental politics and action are, perhaps, Australia’s “greatest moral challenge” alongside the one mentioned before.

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