Whiteness and The Australian FiancÃ©: Framing the Ornamental Text in Australia
- Reading Photographically: Translating Whiteness through the Eye of the Empire. // Hecate;2001, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p86
Examines two novels by Simone Lazaroo. 'The Australian Fianc&Ã©;'; 'The World Waiting to Be Made.'
- Remembering Forgetting: Love-stories by Nicholas Jose, Simone Lazaroo and Hsu-ming Teo. Jacobs, Lyn // Intersections;Oct2002, Issue 8, p1
The article considers distances between fiction, as a site of imaginative potential, and social imaginaries as dangerously misleading fictions. It informs that these tensions are evident in three novels portraying a Chinese/Australian experiential nexus: "The Red Thread," by Nicholas Jose; "The...
- The Exception that Proves the Rule? National Fear, Racial Loathing, Chinese Writing in "UnAustralia." Madsen, Deborah L. // Antipodes;Jun2009, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p17
This essay explores the interplay between the cultural identities of Asian, Aboriginal, and European Australians in the poetry of Ouyang Yu, the novel "The Australian Fiancï¿½" by Simone Lazaroo, and the novel "Behind the Moon" by Hsu-Ming Teo. The literary representation of the conflict...
- Immigration extends diversity to the suburbs. Gardner, Marilyn // Christian Science Monitor;8/22/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 188, p12
Discusses the effects of immigration on diversity in the suburbs, and views on challenges which come with a diverse population.
- Worlds within. Boychuk, Rick // Canadian Geographic;Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 121 Issue 1, p13
No abstract available.
- Toronto. Fick, Steven; Vincent, Mary // Canadian Geographic;Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 121 Issue 1, p54
No abstract available.
- Canadian Immigration, Mexican Emigration, and a North American Regional Interpretation. Hussain, Imtiaz // Journal of International Migration & Integration;Winter2005, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p81
Comparing Mexico's US emigrants and Canadian immigrants from diverse global sources reinforces explanations of why (a) North America's economic fulcrum is shifting south, (b) Mexico-based interests may be gaining greater salience in Washington than Canadian counterparts, (c) migration's inverse...
- Hard landing. Horsburgh, Susan // Time International (South Pacific Edition);3/2/1998, Issue 9, p40
Looks at multiculturalism and Australia in 1998. The effect of government cost-cutting measures on immigrants; The government's controversial decision that bars migrants from almost all welfare payments; The question of migrants being given misleading information about job prospects; The strict...
- Foreword: The Changing Face of Canada. Gaines, Jena; Hammerschmidt, Peter A. // Haitian Immigration;2003, p3
Throughout Canada's history, immigration has shaped and defined the very character of Canadian society. Canada has long been a haven to the world's dispossessed and disenfranchised-Dutch and German farmers cast out for their religious beliefs, black slaves fleeing the United States, and...