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Jean Fornasiero

  • Books
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. Charles-Alexandre Lesueur, Painter and Naturalist: A Forgotten Treasure, English Translation of Cédric Crémière et Gabrielle Baglione, Charles-Alexandre Lesueur, peintre et naturaliste, un trésor oublié (Paris, Conti, 2009), Kent Town, Wakefield Press, 2014 (in press)
    • WEST-SOOBY John & FORNASIERO Jean, French Designs on Colonial New South Wales. François Péron's Memoir on the English Settlements of New Holland, Van Diemen's Land and the Archipelagos of the Great Pacific Ocean, Adelaide, Friends of the State Library of South Australia, 2013.
    • FORNASIERO Jean, MONTEATH Peter & WEST-SOOBY John. Encountering Terra Australis: The Australian Voyages of Nicolas Baudin and Matthew Flinders, 1800-1803, (Revised edition 2010, 426p), Kent Town, Wakefield Press, 2010.
    • FORNASIERO Jean, MONTEATH Peter & WEST-SOOBY John. Encountering Terra Australis: The Australian Voyages of Nicolas Baudin and Matthew Flinders, 1800-1803, Kent Town, Wakefield Press, 2004, 411p. Frank Broeze Maritime History Prize 2005.
  • Edited Books & Volumes
    • ROLLS Alistair, WEST-SOOBY John & FORNASIERO Jean (eds), The Poetry and Short Stories of Boris Vian, Adelaide, University of Adelaide Press, 2013 (in press).
    • FORNASIERO Jean, ROLLS Alistair, VUAILLE-BARCAN Marie-Laure & WEST-SOOBY John (guest eds), 'Practices of Translation', special number of the Australian Journal of French Studies, 50, 2, 2013.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & LLOYD Rosemary (eds), Magnificent Obsessions. Honouring the Lives of Hazel Rowley, Newcastle on Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013 (in press).
    • FORNASIERO Jean, MCCARTHY Greg, MACINTYRE Clem, CROSSIN Carl & HARVEY Nick (eds), A history of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Adelaide 1876-2012: celebrating 125 years of the Faculty of Arts, University of Adelaide Press, 2012.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & THWAITES Vivonne. Littoral, catalogue of exhibition which opened in Hobart, Carnegie Gallery, April 2010, featuring the marine works of Charles-Alexandre Lesueur and responses from contemporary Australian artists, Aadje Bruce, Chris de Rosa, Julie Gough, Beverley Southcott, Toni Warburton, Judy Watson, Adelaide, 2010, 54p.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & MROWA-HOPKINS Colette (eds). Explorations and Encounters in French, Adelaide, University of Adelaide Press, 2010, 319p.
    • FORNASIERO Jean, BOUCHET Thomas & WEST-SOOBY John (eds). 'L'Utopie en movement', special number of Australian Journal of French Studies, XLIII, 3, 2006, 134p.
    • FORNASIERO Jean, COWLEY Peter & SANKEY Margaret (eds). 'The Baudin Expedition 1800-1804. Texts, Contexts and Subtexts', special number of Australian Journal of French Studies, XLI, 2, 2004, 206p.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & SANKEY Margaret. 'Autour de Michèle Le Dœuff', special number of Australian Journal of French Studies, XL, 3, 2003, 150p.
  • Book Chapters
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "Cross-cultural Inquiry in 1802: Musical Performance on the Baudin Expedition to Australia", in K. Darian-Smith and P. Edmonds (eds), Conciliation on Colonial Frontiers: Conflict, Performance, and Commemoration in Australia and the Pacific Rim, New York, Routledge, 2014 [in press]
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "The Acquisitive Eye? French Observations in the Pacific from Bougainville to Baudin", in John West-Sooby (ed.), Discovery and Empire: the French in the South Seas, Adelaide, University of Adelaide Press, 2013.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John."Cartography as Narrative: The Maps of the Baudin Expedition", in R. Gerritsen, R. King & A. Eliason (eds), The Freycinet Map of 1811: 200th Anniversary of the Publication of the First Map of Australia, Canberra, Australia on the Map Division of the Australasian Hydrographic Society, 2012, pp. 20-32.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "A Tale of Resilience: the History of Modern European Languages at the University of Adelaide", in Nick Harvey, Jean Fornasiero, Greg McCarthy, Clem Macintyre and Carl Crossin (eds), A History of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Adelaide, Adelaide, University of Adelaide Press, 2012, pp. 133-180.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "Naming and Shaming: The Baudin Expedition and the Nomenclature of the Terres Australes", chapter 8, in A. Hiatt, A. Scott, C. Wortham (eds), Perceptions of Terra Australis, London, Ashgate, 2011, pp. 141-157
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "Covering up: the Art of Translating Australian Crime Fiction into French", in A. Rolls & M.-L. Vuaille-Barcan (eds), Paratext, Bern, Peter Lang, 2011, pp. 119-135.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Music from the Littoral", in J. Fornasiero & V. Thwaites (eds), Littoral, Adelaide, 2010, pp. 30-35.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Charles-Alexandre Lesueur: An Art of the Littoral", in J. Fornasiero & V. Thwaites (eds), Littoral, Adelaide, 2010, pp. 12-19.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & MROWA-HOPKINS C.. "Explorations and Encounters in French: On the Uses of a Theme", in J. Fornasiero and C. Mrowa-Hopkins (eds), Explorations and Encounters in French, Adelaide, University of Adelaide Press, 2010, pp. 21-34
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "Doing it by the Book: Breaking the Reputation of Nicolas Baudin", in J. Fornasiero and C. Mrowa-Hopkins (eds), Explorations and Encounters in French Culture, Adelaide, University of Adelaide Press, 2010, pp. 135-164.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Wakefield Queens of Crime Go to Paris: The Publishing Adventures of Patricia Carlon and Charlotte Jay", in A. Rolls (ed.), Mostly French. French (in) Detective Fiction, Oxford, Peter Lang, 2009, pp. 141-156.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Mécènes de l'utopie fin-de-siècle: le cas de Paul Adam et Emile Zola", in J. West-Sooby (ed.), Nowhere is Perfect: French and Francophone Utopias/Dystopias, Newark, University of Delaware Press, Monash Romance Studies, 2008, pp. 108-122.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Of Rivalry and Reputation: Nicolas Baudin and Matthew Flinders", in Serge M. Rivière and Kumari R. Issur, Baudin-Flinders dans l'Océan Indien. Voyages, découvertes, rencontre/Travels, Discoveries, Encounter, Paris, L'Harmattan, 2006, pp. 167-177.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Nerval se met à table: les aveux d'un buveur impénitent entre la République et le Second Empire", in J. West-Sooby (ed.), Consuming Culture: The Arts of the French Table, Melbourne & Newark, University of Delaware Press, Monash Romance Studies, 2004, pp. 108-116.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "A Fourierist in South Australia. The Colonial Adventures of Arthur Young", in R. Hosking et al (eds), The Regenerative Spirit, vol. 2, (Un) Settling (Dis) Locations, (Post) Colonial (Re) Presentations, Australian Post-colonial Reflections, Adelaide, Lythrum Press, 2004, pp. 76-85.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "An Appetite for Discovery. The Culinary Adventures of Matthew Flinders and Nicolas Baudin in Terra Australis", in A. L. Martin & B. Santich (eds), Gastronomic Encounters, ISBN 0975114522, Brompton, SA, East Street Publications, 2004, pp. 21-34.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "Historical perspective. Kangaroo Island, 1803-François Péron" (translation of chapter XXIV of Voyage aux Terres australes by François Péron & Louis de Freycinet, t. II, 1807) in M.Tyler et al. (eds), Natural History of Kangaroo Island, Adelaide, Royal Society of South Australia, 1979, pp. 177-184 (2nd ed, 2002, chapter 17, pp. 173-177).
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "Taming the Unknown: The Representation of Terra Australis by the Baudin Expedition 1801-1803", in A. Chittleborough, G.Dooley, B. Glover and R. Hosking (eds), Alas, for the Pelicans! Flinders, Baudin and Beyond. Essays and Poems, Kent Town, Wakefield Press, 2002, pp. 59-80.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "The Artists of the Baudin Expedition: Charles-Alexandre Lesueur and Nicolas-Martin Petit" (translation of J. Bonnemains, "Les Artistes de l'expédition Baudin: Charles-Alexandre Lesueur et Nicolas-Martin Petit"), in Sarah Thomas (ed.), The Encounter 1802. Art of the Flinders and Baudin Voyages, Adelaide, Art Gallery of South Australia, 2002, pp. 126-138.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "Les hasards de l'écriture dans 37o2 le matin de Philippe Djian", in F. Grauby & M. Royer (eds), Repenser les processus créateurs/Rethinking Creative Processes, Bern, Peter Lang, 2001, pp. 235-247.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Nerval et l'impossible 'cité merveilleuse': entre la bohème parisienne et l'utopie fouriériste", in J. West-Sooby (ed.), Images of the City in Nineteenth-century France, Brisbane, Boombana Publications, 1998, pp. 75-90.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "From Science to Socialism: the Exemplary Itinerary of Jean-Augustin Barral (1819-1884)", in M. Adcock, E. Chester, J. Whiteman (eds), Revolution, Society and the Politics of Memory, Melbourne, University of Melbourne, 1997, pp. 197-205.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "French Studies Now: 'solidaire ou solitaire'?" in P. Lane & J. West-Sooby (eds), Traditions and Mutations in French Studies. The Australian Scene, Brisbane, Boombana Publications, 1997, pp. 93-104.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "La Famille au vestiaire: écriture et autobiographie chez Patrick Modiano", in A. S. Newman (ed.), Autour de Claude Ollier, Sydney, France-Australia Research Centre, Occasional Monograph 6, 1993, pp. 43-55.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Vendredi ou la vie sauvage: Philosophy for the Under 10s?" in J. West-Sooby (ed.), Of Robinsons Old and New, Adelaide, University of Adelaide, 1991, pp. 7-14.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Nerval's 'Artémis' or the Thirteenth Passion according to Fourier", in R. Aldrich (ed.), France: Politics, Society, Culture and International Relations, Sydney, University of Sydney, 1990, pp. 131-142.
  • Journal Articles
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "The Narrative Interruptions of Science: the Baudin Expedition to Australia (1800-1804)", Forum for Modern Language Studies, 49, 4, October 2013 (in press).
    • FORNASIERO Jean, ROLLS Alistair, VUAILLE-BARCAN Marie-Laure & WEST-SOOBY John. "The Practices of Translation", special number of the Australian Journal of French Studies, 50, 2, 2013, pp. 153-156.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "Translating Nice Try into Bien joué: Going for the Paris end of Shane Maloney's Melbourne", Australian Journal of French Studies, 2, 2013, pp. 206-220.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "Appellation d'origine contrôlée? Une lecture taxonomique des titres de la Série Noire", in M.-L. Vuaille-Barcan and A. Rolls (eds), 'Paratext Revisited', Essays in French Literature and Culture, 49, November 2012, pp. 97-116.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. " 'Strangers on the Shore': Musical Exchanges in Terra Australis, 1802", Explorations, 50, 2011, pp. 4-15.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Deux observateurs de l'homme aux antipodes: Nicolas Baudin et Françis Péron", Études sur le XVIIIe siècle, 38, 2010, pp. 157-170.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Le philosophe du phalanstère: quelques retouches au portrait d'Arthur Young (1810-1895)", Cahiers Charles Fourier, 20, 2009, pp. 23-40.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "2008, année utopique: Fourier et son héritage", Australian Journal of French Studies, XLV, 1, 2008, pp. 73-80.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Vers une histoire du fouriérisme à l'Ile Maurice", Cahiers Charles Fourier, 18, 2007, pp. 67-77.
    • FORNASIERO Jean, MONTEATH Peter & WEST-SOOBY John. "Old Quarrels and New Approaches: Matthew Flinders and Nicolas Baudin", South Australian Geographical Journal, 106, 2007, pp. 1-15.
    • FORNASIERO Jean, MONTEATH Peter & John WEST-SOOBY. "Hydrographic Reputations: Matthew Flinders, Nicolas Baudin and South Australia's Unknown Coast", Hydrographic Journal, 112, 2, 2006, pp. 17-23.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "Aux origines du roman criminel du XIXe siècle: Eugène Sue et les mystères de la Seine", special number on French Noir: Film and Fiction, Australian Journal of French Studies, XLIII, 1, 2006, pp. 3-12.
    • FORNASIERO Jean, BOUCHET Thomas & WEST-SOOBY John. "L'Utopie en mouvement: retour sur Fourier et le XIXe siècle", L'Utopie en mouvement, special number of Australian Journal of French Studies, XLIII, 3, 2006, pp. 219-223.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Les Financiers de l'utopie: représentations et réalités du mécénat quarante-huitard", L'Utopie en mouvement, special number of Australian Journal of French Studies, XLIII, 3, 2006, pp. 322-332.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Poètes et artistes au banquet fourieriste de 1840", L'Utopie en mouvement, special number of Australian Journal of French Studies, XLIII, 3, 2006, pp. 292-297.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John."A Cordial Encounter? The Meeting of Nicolas Baudin and Matthew Flinders (8-9 April 1802)", French History and Civilization: Papers from the George Rudé Seminar, 1, 2005, pp. 53-61.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "L'Ile mystérieuse dans le maelström de l'histoire", special number on Jules Verne and the Twenty-First Century, Australian Journal of French Studies, XLII, 3, 2005, pp. 295-302.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "Notes in the Margin: Bougainville, Freycinet and the Baudin Expedition", Australian Journal of French Studies, XLI, 2, 2004, pp. 186-193.
    • 2004 - FORNASIERO Jean, COWLEY Peter & SANKEY Margaret. "The Baudin Expedition in Review: Old Quarrels and New Approaches", Australian Journal of French Studies, XLI, 2, 2004, pp. 4-14.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & SANKEY Margaret. "Introduction", Autour de Michèle le Dœuff, Australian Journal of French Studies, XL, 3, 2003, pp. 237-243.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "Baudin's Books", Australian Journal of French Studies, XXXIX, 2, 2002, pp. 215-249.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Fouriérisme, politique et chimères chez Gérard de Nerval", Revue Romane, 36, 1, 2001, pp. 59-80.FORNASIERO Jean. "Nerval vers 1850: éléments d'une biographie politique", Australian Journal of French Studies, XXXVI, 3, 1999, pp. 293-305.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Au nom du père: une lettre inédite d'Emile Zola à Georges Barral", Cahiers naturalistes, 73, 1999, pp. 53-60.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Réflexions sur le cas de Jean-Augustin Barral", Cahiers Charles Fourier, 9, 1998, pp. 55-66.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. " ‘La Treizième revient': la passion ‘grandiose et pivotale' de Fourier dans Les Chimères de Gérard de Nerval", Cahiers Charles Fourier, 7, 1996, pp. 21-36.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "The Silence of the Intellectuals: Fifteen Years of Debate in Le Nouvel Observateur (1980-1994)", French Cultural Studies, 1, 1995, pp. 13-23.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "From Paris to the Orient. The Nervalian Concept of Itinerary in the Works of Patrick Modiano", Australian Journal of French Studies, XXXI, 2, 1994, pp. 215-227.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Consommation et idéologie dans ‘Boule de Suif''", Guy de Maupassant, Essays in French Literature, November 1993, pp. 1-15.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Léo Burckart: drame politique", Studies in Memory of J. G. Cornell, Australian Journal of French Studies, XXIX, 1, 1992, pp. 52-67.
    • FORNASIERO Jean & WEST-SOOBY John. "Espace historique, espace amoureux : Fabrice del Dongo et Frédéric Moreau, faiseurs de mythe", Studies in Memory of G.C. Jones, Australian Journal of French Studies, XXVIII, 2, 1991, pp. 110-117.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Sociology and the Writer in La Dentellière", Australian Journal of French Studies, XXVII, 3, 1990, pp. 83-100.
    • FORNASIERO Jean. "Pour une révision du Dictionnaire biographique du mouvement ouvrier français de Jean Maitron", Quaderno filosofico, IX, 14-15, 1986, pp. 58-75.
      FORNASIERO Jean. "Balzac et Ballanche: autour du Médecin de campagne", L'Année balzacienne, Paris, PUF, 1985, pp. 137-149.
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