Tom Clark
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Cultivating Canada: Reconciliation through the lens of cultural diversity
A Mathur, J Dewar, M DeGagné
Aboriginal Healing Foundation, 2011
492011
Worldmaking: An Introduction
T Clark, E Finlay, P Kelly
Worldmaking: Literature, Language, Culture, 1-12, 2017
32*2017
On the responsibility to engage: Non-Indigenous peoples in settler states
R de Costa, T Clark
Settler Colonial Studies 6 (3), 191-208, 2016
252016
The Limits of Settler Colonial Reconciliation: Non-Indigenous People and the Responsibility to Engage
S Maddison, T Clark, R de Costa
Springer Nature, 2016
24*2016
Language as social capital
T Clark
Applied Semiotics= Semiotique Appliquee 8 (18), 29-41, 2006
232006
‘I guess it scares us’–Teachers discuss the teaching of poetry in senior secondary English
M Weaven, T Clark
English in Education 47 (3), 197-212, 2013
222013
Traces of digital trust: an interactive design perspective
N Dwyer
Victoria University, 2011
182011
Exploring non-Aboriginal attitudes towards reconciliation in Canada: the beginnings of targeted focus group research
R de Costa, T Clark
Cultivating Canada, 327-340, 2011
16*2011
Non-Indigenous people and the limits of settler colonial reconciliation
T Clark, R de Costa, S Maddison
The limits of settler colonial reconciliation, 1-12, 2016
112016
Discretionary space: English teachers discuss curriculum agency
M Weaven, T Clark
Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, The 38 (3), 162, 2015
92015
Evolution and contingency: Poetry, curriculum and culture in Victoria, Australia
M Weaven, T Clark
Changing English 18 (1), 75-84, 2011
92011
A case for irony in Beowulf, with particular reference to its epithets
T Clark
Peter Lang Publishing, 2003
92003
Resonating opinions and identities: Using poetics methods to explore non-Aboriginal attitudes towards Aboriginal reconciliation in Australia
T Clark, M Walsh, R de Costa
Asiatic: IIUM Journal of English Language and Literature 6 (2), 110-127, 2012
62012
Scripting Humour in Conversational Agents: Improvisation and Emergence of Humorous Interchanges.
MM Meany, T Clark
International Journal of the Arts in Society 5 (5), 2011
62011
Scripting Humour in Conversational Agents: Improvisation and Emergence of Humorous Interchanges.
MM Meany, T Clark
International Journal of the Arts in Society 5 (5), 2011
62011
Towards a Poetics of Contemporary Public Language: The Poetic Formula in Focus
T Clark
Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association …, 2009
62009
Non-Indigenous Australians and the ‘Responsibility to Engage’?
T Clark, R de Costa, S Maddison
Journal of Intercultural Studies 38 (4), 381-396, 2017
52017
Comedy, Creativity, and Culture: A Metamodern Perspective
M Meany, T Clark, L Laineste
International Journal of the Humanities 11 (4), 1-15, 2014
52014
An Undeclared Schism: Higher and Secondary Learning about Poetry
M Weaven, T Clark
Journal of Language Literature and Culture 61 (2), 142-149, 2014
52014
Paul Keating’s Redfern Park speech and its rhetorical legacy
T Clark
Overland, 10-17, 2013
52013
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