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Clarke, Robert (2009) An ordinary place: Aboriginality and "ordinary" Australia in travel writing of the 1990s. Journeys: The International Journal of Travel & Travel Writing, 10 2: 65-88. 60  
Clarke, Robert (2002). Australia’s Sublime Desert: John McDouall Stuart and Bruce Chatwin. In Gilbert, Helen and Johnston, Anna (Ed.), In Transit: Travel, Text, Empire 1 ed. (pp. 149-172) New York: Peter Lang. 129 26
Clarke, R. G. (2002). Australia's Sublime Desert: John McDouall Stuart and Bruce Chatwin. In H. Gilbert and A. Johnston (Ed.), In Transit: Travel, Text, Empire 1 ed. (pp. 149-172) NY: Peter Lang. 96  
Clarke, Robert and Hunter, Mary Ann (2003). Developing cultural citizens through Australia’s Young Artists Mentoring Program. In Frances K. Kochan and Joseph T. Pascarelli (Ed.), Global perspectives on mentoring: Transforming contexts, communities, and cultures (pp. 53-71) Greenwich, Connecticut, U.S.A.: Information Age Publishing. 76 55
Clarke, Robert (2004). Distant Cousins and Ordinary Australians: Encounters with Aboriginality in the 1990s. In Bhattacharya, Rimli (Ed.), Text, Travelling, Text 1 ed. (pp. 115-134) New Delhi: Department of English, University of Delhi. 59 16
Clarke, R. G. (2004) Distant cousins and ordinary Australians: Encounters with Australian aboriginality in the 1990s. Yearly Review, 12 115-134. 54  
Clarke, Robert (2005) Intimate Strangers: Contemporary Australian Travel Writing and the Semiotics of Empathy. Journal of Australian Studies, 85 69-81. 371 1
Clarke, Robert (2004) Intimate Strangers : Contemporary Australian Travel Writing, the Semiotics of Empathy, and the Therapeutics of Race. Crossings: Bulletin of the International Australian Studies Association, 9 3: . 91  
Clarke, Robert (2009) 'New age trippers': Aboriginality and Australian new age travel books. Studies in Travel Writing, 13 1: 27-43. doi:10.1080/13645140802611283 40   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Clarke, Robert Garth (2006) Number Two Home: A Story of Japanese Pioneers in Australia by Noreen Jones(book review). API Review of Books, 44: . 159  
Clarke, Robert (2009). Reconciling strangers: White Australian travel narratives and the semiotics of empathy. In Travel writing, form, and empire: The poetics and politics of mobility (pp. 167-179) New York , USA: Routledge. 39  
Clarke, R. G. (2006) Review: Ruoff, Jeffrey (ed) Virtual Voyages: Cinema and Travel. Media International Australia, 121 218-219. 50  
Clarke, R. (2006) Review: Ryan, Judith and Chris Wallace-Crabbe (ed) Imagining Australia: Literature and Culture in the New New World. Australian Literary Studies, 22 3: 391-393. 75   0
Clarke, Robert (2002) Review: Xavier Pons (ed), Departures: How Australia Reinvents Itself. Journal of Australian Studies, 75 154. 72  
Clarke, Robert (2009) Star traveller: Celebrity, Aboriginality and Bruce Chatwin's The Songlines (1987). Postcolonial Studies, 12 2: 229-246. doi:10.1080/13688790902887197 30   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Clarke, Robert (2009). The idea of celebrity colonialism: An introduction. In Robert Clarke (Ed.), Celebrity colonialism: Fame, power and representation in colonial and postcolonial cultures (pp. 1-12) Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 82  
Stedman, Terry, Yellowlees, Peter, Drake, Suzanne, Chant, David, Clarke, Robert and Chapple, Ben (2000) The perceived utility of six selected measures of consumer outcomes proposed for routine use in Australian mental health services. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 34 5: 842-849. doi:10.1080/j.1440-1614.2000.00803.x 63   7 0
Clarke, R. (2006). The Utopia of the Senses: White Travellers in Black Australia, 1980-2002 PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 73  
Clarke, Robert (2009) Travel and celebrity culture: An introduction. Postcolonial Studies, 12 2: 145-152. doi:10.1080/13688790902887148 40   0