Adam Gall

Adam Gall

Adam Gall is a Sydney-based writer and critic. He has a PhD in gender and cultural studies, and teaches those subjects, from time to time, at the University of Sydney. He writes on Australian cinema, literature, and cultural politics and has an active interest in Latin American culture and cuisine. He can usually be found lurking on Australian political blogs, especially when he should be writing.

Adam Gall reviews 'Australian Literary Studies, Vol. 24, No. 2' edited by Leigh Dale

September 2010, no. 324 01 September 2010
Adam Gall reviews 'Australian Literary Studies, Vol. 24, No. 2' edited by Leigh Dale
Australian Literary Studies is a journal of the old school, independent of the international academic publishers that have absorbed so many others, and difficult to obtain for casual reading. It has maintained a solid reputation among scholars. From the evidence presented here, it is easy to see why. The work of Penny van Toorn frames this special issue of ALS. In the opening article, van Toorn n ... (read more)