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A concise biography of Ellen Van Neerven, as well as links to associated pages on the AustLit database, such as works by the author and works about the author's work. You will need to be logged into the State Library of Victoria to access this material.
This paper brings together queer ecological thought, ecofeminism, and feminist ecocriticism to explore forms of embodied resistance against intersectional, complex oppressions of women, races, and lands. You will need to log into the State Library of Victoria to access this article.
A close reading of the text, and discussion that incorporates comments made by Neerven herself, this article suggests that through its varied structures, genres and styles, Heat and Light re-imagines and celebrates the fluid and diverse nature of contemporary Indigeneity.
A comprehensive study guide for Heat and Light, featuring information about the author, discussion points, brief Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, plot and character, and detailed analytical evaluation of the work.