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John West-Sooby

  • Books
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, 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.
    • Jean Fornasiero, Peter Monteath & John West-Sooby, Encountering Terra Australis. The Australian Voyages of Nicolas Baudin and Matthew Flinders (1800-1803), Kent Town, Wakefield Press, 2004 (411 pp.). Revised edition 2010 (456 pp.).
  • Edited Volumes
    • John West-Sooby (ed.), Discovery and Empire: the French in the South Seas, Adelaide, University of Adelaide Press, 2013.
    • Alistair Rolls, John West-Sooby & Jean Fornasiero (eds), The Poetry and Short Stories of Boris Vian, Adelaide, University of Adelaide Press, 2013.
    • Jean Fornasiero, Alistair Rolls, Marie-Laure Vuaille-Barcan & John West-Sooby (guest eds), Practices of Translation, special number of the Australian Journal of French Studies, 50, 2, 2013.
    • John West-Sooby (ed.), Nowhere is Perfect. French and Francophone Utopias/ Dystopias, Newark & Melbourne, University of Delaware Press, Monash Romance Studies, 2008 (252 pp.)
    • Thomas Bouchet, Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby (guest editors), L'Utopie en mouvement, special number of Australian Journal of French Studies, 43, 3, 2006 (134 pp.)
    • John West-Sooby (ed.), Consuming Culture. The Arts of the French Table, Newark & Melbourne, University of Delaware Press, Monash Romance Studies, 2004 (172 pp.)
    • John West-Sooby (ed.), Images of the City in Nineteenth-Century France, Boombana Publications, 1998 (288 pp.).
  • Book Chapters
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "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 (in press).
    • John West-Sooby, "A Case of Peripheral Vision: Early Spanish and French Perceptions of the British Colony at Port Jackson", in John West-Sooby (ed.), Discovery and Empire: the French in the South Seas, Adelaide, University of Adelaide Press, 2013 (in press).
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "A Tale of Resiliance: 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.
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "Covering up: Translating the Art of Australian Crime Fiction into French", in Alistair Rolls and Marie-Laure Vuaille-Barcan (eds), Masking Strategies: Unwrapping the French Paratext, Oxford, Peter Lang (Modern French Identities Series, vol. 92), 2011, pp. 119-135.
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "Naming and Shaming: the Baudin Expedition and the Politics of Nomenclature in the Terres Australes", in Anne M. Scott, Alfred Hiatt, Claire McIlroy and Christopher Wortham (eds), European Perceptions of Terra Australis, Farnham, Ashgate, 2011, pp. 165-184.
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "Doing it by the Book: Breaking the Reputation of Nicolas Baudin", in J. Fornasiero & C. Mrowa-Hopkins (eds), Explorations and Encounters in French, Adelaide, University of Adelaide Press, 2010, pp. 135-164.
    • John West-Sooby, "Lost-and Found-in Translation: the Frenchification of Australian Crime", in Alistair Rolls (ed.), Mostly French: French (in) Detective Fiction, Oxford, Peter Lang (Modern French Identities Series, vol. 88), 2009, pp. 123-140.
    • John West-Sooby, "Nowhere is Perfect", in John West-Sooby (ed.), Nowhere is Perfect. French and Francophone Utopias/Dystopias, Newark, University of Delaware Press, Monash Romance Studies, 2008, pp. 1-10.
    • John West-Sooby, "Débauches en ébauche: la vie marginale de Lamiel", in Sonya Stephens (ed.), Esquisses/Ebauches. Projects and Pre-Texts in Nineteenth-Century French Culture, New York, Peter Lang, 2007, pp. 81-89.
    • John West-Sooby, "Baudin, Flinders and the Scientific Voyage", in M.S. Rivière & K. Issur (eds), Baudin et Flinders dans l'océan Indien: Voyages, Découvertes, Rencontre, Paris, L'Harmattan, 2006, pp. 179-194.
    • John West-Sooby, "Stendhal au carrefour", in Poétique des lieux (Etudes rassemblées par Pascale Auraix-Jonchière et Alain Montandon), Clermont-Ferrand, Presses Universitaires Blaise Pascal (Centre de Recherches sur les Littératures Modernes et Contemporaines), 2004, pp. 265-280.
    • John West-Sooby, "A French Chum in Australia: Readership and Cultural Identity in the Bush Stories of Paul Wenz", in S. Williams et al. (eds), The Regenerative Spirit (vol. 2), Adelaide, Lythrum Press, 2004, pp. 65-75.
    • John West-Sooby, "Les Passions dévorantes des Diaboliques de Barbey d'Aurevilly", in Consuming Culture. The Arts of the French Table, Newark & Melbourne, University of Delaware Press, Monash Romance Studies, 2004, pp. 130-145.
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "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, Brompton, Eastside Publications, 2004, pp. 21-34.
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "Taming the Unknown: The Representation of Terra Australis by the Baudin Expedition 1801-1803", in Alas, for the Pelicans!, Kent Town, Wakefield Press, 2002, pp. 59-80.
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "Les hasards de l'écriture dans 37°2 le matin de Philippe Djian", in F. Grauby & M. Royer (eds), Repenser les processus créateurs/ Rethinking Creative Processes, New York/Oxford/ Berlin, Peter Lang, 2001, pp. 235-247.
    • John West-Sooby, "Speech Ways to Seven", in P. Willis, R. Smith, E. Collins (eds), Being, seeking, telling: Expressive approaches to qualitative adult education research, Flaxton, Post Pressed, 2000, pp. 204-218.
    • Wayne Cristaudo & John West-Sooby, "Teaching ‘Power: Love and Evil'", in P. Willis, R. Smith, E. Collins (eds), Being, seeking, telling: Expressive approaches to qualitative adult education research, Flaxton, Post Pressed, 2000, pp. 219-242.
  • Refereed Journal Articles
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "The Narrative Interruptions of Science: the Baudin Expedition to Australia (1800-1804)", Forum for Modern Language Studies, 49, 4, October 2013 (in press).
    • Jean Fornasiero, Alistair Rolls, Marie-Laure Vuaille-Barcan & John West-Sooby, "The Practices of Translation", Australian Journal of French Studies, 50, 2, August 2013, pp. 153-156.
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "Translating Nice Try into Bien joué!: going for the Paris end of Shane Maloney's Melbourne", Australian Journal of French Studies, 50, 2, August 2013, pp. 206-220.
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "Appellation d'origine contrôlée: pour une taxonomie des titres de la Série Noire", Essays in French Literature and Culture, 2012, pp. 97-116.
    • John West-Sooby, "Une expédition sous haute surveillance: le voyage aux Terres Australes vu par les Anglais", in Michel Jangoux (ed.), Portés par l'air du temps, special number of Études sur le XVIIIe siècle, 38, 2010, pp. 187-201.
    • Jean Fornasiero, Peter Monteath & John West-Sooby, "Old Quarrels and New Approaches: Matthew Flinders and Nicolas Baudin", South Australian Geographical Journal, 106, 2007, pp. 1-15.
    • Thomas Bouchet, Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "L'Utopie en mouvement: retour sur Fourier et le XIXe siècle", in Australian Journal of French Studies, 43, 3, 2006, pp. 219-223.
    • Jean Fornasiero, Peter Monteath & John West-Sooby, "Hydrographic Reputations: Matthew Flinders, Nicolas Baudin and Australia's ‘Unknown Coast'", in The Hydrographic Journal, No. 121, July 2006, pp. 17-23.
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "Aux origines du roman criminel: Eugène Sue et les mystères de la Seine", in Australian Journal of French Studies, 43, 1, 2006, pp. 1-12.
    • John West-Sooby, "Le Sourire grinçant du capitaine Baudin", in Australian Journal of French Studies, 41, 2, 2004, pp. 79-97.
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "Notes in the Margin: Bougainville, Freycinet and the Baudin Expedition", in Australian Journal of French Studies, 41, 2, 2004, pp. 186-193.
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "Baudin's Books", in Australian Journal of French Studies, 39, 2, 2002, pp. 215-249.
    • John West-Sooby, "Lucien Leuwen ou l'Histoire impossible", in Australian Journal of French Studies, 38, 1, 2000, pp. 3-21
  • Refereed Conference Papers
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "Cartography as Narrative: the Maps of the Baudin Expedition", in Rupert Gerritson, Robert King & Andrew Eliason (eds), The Freycinet Map of 1811: Proceedings of the Symposium Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the Publication of the First Map of Australia, Canberra, Australasian Hydrographic Society (Australia on the Map Division), 2012, pp. 20-32.
    • Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby, "A Cordial Encounter? The Meeting of Matthew Flinders and Nicolas Baudin (8-9 April 1802)", in Ian Coller, Helen Davies & Julie Kalman (eds), French History and Civilization: Papers from the George Rudé Seminar, Vol. 1, 2005, pp. 53-61.
    • Eric Bouvet & John West-Sooby, "First-year post-secondary students' attitudes towards the study of French: a longitudinal investigation", in G. Wigglesworth (ed.), Marking our Difference. Proceedings of a Conference held in 2003 on Language Education in Australian and New Zealand Universities, The University of Melbourne, 2004, pp: 22-42
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