Recent Essays by John Milfull

 

 

DEBATTE, VOLUME 13, NUMBER 3 (DECEMBER 2005)

The Transformation Devours its Own Fathers

DNA Testing the Refolutionary Baby

 

Australian Humanities Review, Issue 37, December 2005

Notes from Underground: of Moles, Metros and Messiahs

 

Australian Humanities Review, Issue 41, February 2007

Post Colonial Boredom: The Myth of Australian Sameness

 

Exile, Diaspora and Jewish Identity

in Diaspora(s): Movements and Cultures, ed. Nicholas Hewitt
and Dick Geary, CCC Press, Nottingham 2007

 

DEBATTE, VOLUME 15, NUMBER 1 (APRIL 2007)

The Rebirth of an Oxymoron

 

AJPH, volume 54, NUMBER 1 (2008)

The Zionist Paradox

 

Australian Humanities Review, Issue 43, December 2007

In memoriam Federico Mancini: The Italians at UNSW

 

AJPH, volume 54, NUMBER 3 (2008)

Decolonising Europe? The Colonial Boomerang

 

Australian Humanities Review, Issue 43, December 2007

Brecht, Adorno, Grass and the Child’s Eye View

 

In Search of Fritz Philippsborn 

in Europe’s Expansions and Contractions, ed. Evan Smith,
Adelaide: Australian Humanities Press, 2010

 

DEBATTE, VOLUME 19, NUMBER 1 (APRIL 2010)

“Unwelcome Heroes”:
East Germans’ Role in the Collapse of the Soviet Order

 

The Great Ox: Brecht, Stalin and Denmark
in Groteske Moderne – Moderne Groteske, Festschrift for Philip Thomson,
ed. Franz-Josef Deiters, Axel Fliethmann and Christiane Weller
St. Ingbert: Röhrig Universitätsverlag, 2011

 

DEBATTE, Volume 19, NUMBER 3, (december 2011)

Whose Fatherland? Which History?

Reflections on Timothy Snyder’s The Reconstruction of Nations

 

 

JM’s CV