Director: Dr Rick Hosking
The Centre for Research in the New Literatures in English (CRNLE) was founded in 1977 to promote research into the literatures of India, Africa, the Caribbean, Canada and Australia, and all parts of the world where literature in English has been written. The Centre has a world-wide list of associates and a long list of publications.
You may join the CRNLE mailing list by clicking here.
Journal: Quodlibet (formerly CRNLE Journal)
Dr Giillian Dooley
Quodlibet, formerly the CRNLE Reviews Journal, is a freely accessible, fully refereed international e-journal published twice a year by the Department of English, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia.
The journal aims to publish high-quality academic work produced by scholars associated with tertiary institutions who are conducting research in the areas of
- Postcolonial literatures
- New Literatures in English
- International Writing
Unpublished papers are invited from researchers in both Australian and overseas universities. Postgraduate and Honours students are encouraged to submit papers.
You may access the journal through the FHRC website.
CRNLE Publications Cataglogue (PDF)
Recent publications - click on a title for more detail:
CRNLE Journal Contents pages:
Previous publications - highlights include:
CRNLE Publications Order form
2003 - Writing London: Post-Colonial Perspectives on Arrivals in the Metropolis
2004 - Journeying and Journalling
2005 - Something Rich and Strange: Interdisciplinary Studies of the Beach, The Sea and Contact Exploring Cultural Landscapes, Identities and Heritage
Centre for Research in the New Literatures in English
Flinders University, GPO Box 2100, Adelaide SA 5001 AUSTRALIA
Email: Dr Rick Hosking
Phone (08) 8201 3259
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