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Dixon, R (2003) A history of the book in Australia, 1891-1945: A national culture in a colonised market. Papers of The Bibliographical Society of America, 97 September 2003: 400-401. 110   0
Dixon, R. W. (2003) Australian Literary Studies and Post-Colonialism. AUMLA, 100 November 2003: 108-121. 104   2 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Dixon, R.W. (2007) Australian Literature-International Contexts. Southerly: A Review of Australian Literature, 67 1-2: 5-26. 139  
Kelly, Veronica and Dixon, Robert (2006). Australian Modernities: Vernacular Performers and Consumers. In: Australian Modernities: Vernacular Performers and Consumers International Conference, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, (). 6-7 December, 2006. 481 139
Dixon, Robert and Kelly, Veronica (2008). Australian vernacular modernities: People, sites and practices. In Dixon, Robert and Kelly, Veronica (Ed.), Impact of the Modern: Vernacular Modernities in Australia 1870s-1960s (pp. xiii-xxiv) Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. 151  
Dixon, R. W. (2005). Boundary Work: Australian Literary Studies in the Field of Knowledge Production. In David Carter and Martin Crotty (Ed.), Australian Studies Centre 25th Anniversary Collection 1 ed. (pp. 20-37) Brisbane: Australian Studies Centre, UQ. 50  
Dixon, Robert (2004) Boundary Work: Australian Literary Studies in the Field of Knowledge Production. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 3 27-43. 56  
Dixon, R. W. (2004) Cosmopolitan Australians and Colonial Modernity: Alex Miller's Conditins of Faith, Gail Jones's Black Mirror and A L McCann's The White Body of Evening. Westerly, 49 122-137. 180   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Dixon, R. W. (2006) Cosmopolitanism and Australian studies. Australian Studies (Journal of the British Australian Studies Association), 19 2: 95-112. 133  
Dixon, Robert (2008) Ghosts in the machine: Modernity and the unmodern in Gail Jones's Dreams of Speaking. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 8 121-137. 50  
Dixon, R. W. (2005) Internationalizing Australian Studies: The Year's Work in Non-fiction, 2004-2005. Westerly, 50 November 2005: 128-143. 57   0
Dixon, R. W. (2003) Pictures of an Exhibition: Frank Hurley's in the Grip of the Polar Pack Ice. Journal of Australian Studies, 78 123-137. 147  
Dixon, R. W. (2002) Review of Andrew Hassam, Through Australian Eyes MUP 2000. Journal of Australian Colonial History, 4 1: 110-113. 59  
Dixon, R. W. (2006) Review of legacies of white Australia: Race, culture and nation. Studies in West Australian History, 24 133-135. 82  
Dixon, R. W. (2003) Review of Richard Nile, ed. The Making of the Australian LIterary Imagination. Australian Book Review, 248 February 2003: 45-46. 82  
Dixon, R. M. W. Searching for Aboriginal languages: Memoirs of a field worker. St. Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press, 1983. 201 1188
Dixon, R. W. (2007) Spotting the fake: C. E. W. Bean, Frank Hurley and the making of the 1923 Photographic Record of the War. History of Photography, 31 2: 165-179. 262   0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Dixon, R. W. (2007). The sandline mercenaries affair: Postcoloniality, globalization and the nation-state. In Tiffin, H. (Ed.), Five Emus to the King of Siam: Environment and Empire (pp. 131-148) Amsterdam: Rodopi. 118  
Dixon, R. W. (2005) Tim Winton, Cloudstreet and the Field of Australian Literature. Westerly, 50 November 2005: 245-260. 326   0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Dixon, R. W. (2003). Travelling in the West: The Writing of Amitav Ghosh. In Tabish Khair (Ed.), Amitav Ghosh: A Critical Companion 8 ed. (pp. 9-35) New Delhi, India: Permanent Black. 101  
Dixon, R. W. (2006) Travelling Mass-Media Circus: Frank Hurley's Synchronized Lecture Entertainments. Nineteenth-Century Theatre and Film, 33 1: 60-87. 79  
Dixon, R. W. (2004). Two Versions of Australian Pastoral: Les Murray and William Robinson. In Judith Ryan and Chris Wallace-Crabbe (Ed.), Imagining Australia: Literature and Culture in the New New World 1 ed. (pp. 285-304) Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA: Harvard University Committee on Australian Studies/Harvard UP. 142  
Dixon, R.W. (2007) What was travel writing? Frank Hurley and the media contexts of early twentieth-century Australian travel writing. Studies in Travel Writing - Australian Travel Writing, 11 1: 59-81. 75   Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Dixon, R (2004) 'Where are the dead?' - Spiritualism, photography and the Great War (Frank Hurley). History of Photography, 28 3: 247-260. 252   1 Cited 2 times in Scopus2