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Publications: Meerwald, Agnes

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Journal Article

Meerwald, A.M.L. (2013) Bridging cultural binaries through pedagogical practices. Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching, 5 (1).

Meerwald, A.M.L. (2013) Researcher | Researched: Repositioning research paradigms. Higher Education Research & Development, 32 (1). pp. 43-55.

Meerwald, A.M.L. (2001) Chineseness at the crossroads. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 4 (4). pp. 387-404.

Conference Paper

Meerwald, A.M.L. (2010) The impact of squares on profiling perfect partners. In: Gender and Cultural Studies: Thinking Inside the Square Seminar, 24 May 2010, Perth, W.A.

Meerwald, A.M.L. (2004) Chineseness at the crossroads: Curricula and pedagogical considerations for the educational context. In: Western Australian Institute for Educational Research Forum 2004, 7 August 2004, Edith Cowan University, Mount Lawley Campus

Meerwald, A.M.L. (2000) Chineseness at the crossroads. In: 3rd International Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference, 21 - 25 June 2000, Birmingham, U.K.

Meerwald, A.M.L. (2000) Refiguring Chineseness: Ethnic subjectivities in liminal limbo. In: Refiguring Postcoloniality: Beyond Literature Conference, 18 February 2000, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A

Book Chapter

Ryan, J. and Meerwald, A.M.L. (2004) Chinese in Western Australia: Language, identity and belonging. In: Wilding, R. and Tilbury, F., (eds.) A changing people : Diverse contributions to the state of Western Australia. Dept. of the Premier and Cabinet. Office of Multicultural Interests, Perth, Western Australia, pp. 120-133.


Meerwald, Agnes May Lin (2002) Chineseness at the crossroads: Negotiations of Chineseness and the politics of liminality in diasporic Chinese women's lives in Australia. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

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