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Hardwick, J. B. (1999). Be my guest: Invitation to a re-reading of Simone de Beauvoir's L'invitee. In Marie Ramsland and Kenneth R. Dutton (Ed.), Variete: Perspectives in French Literature, Society and Culture: Studies in honour of Kenneth Raymond Dutton, Emeritus Professor, The University of Newcastle, Australia (pp. 249-260) Frankfurt, Germany: Peter Lang.    
Hardwick, J (2004) Bodies that loiter: Genre, generation and subjectivity in Les 'Corps Ouverts'. Australian Journal of French Studies, 41 3: 75-87. doi:10.3828/AJFS.41.3.75     0 0
Hardwick, Joe (2007) Fallen angels and flawed saviours: marginality and exclusion in La Vie de Jésus and La Vie rêvée des anges. Studies in French Cinema, 7 3: 219-230. doi:10.1386/sfc.7.3.219_1     Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Stephens, E. A. (2005). Je suis un mensonge qui dit toujours la verite: Genet's Queer Subjectivities. In de Nooy, Juliana, Hardwick, Joe and Hanna, Barbara E. (Ed.), Soi-disant: Life-Writing in French 1 ed. (pp. 41-52) Newark, USA: University of Delaware Press.    
Hardwick, J. B. (1999) Keeping it together and falling apart in Simone de Beauvoir's La Femme rompue. Essays in French Literature, 35-36 165-177.    
Pratt, Murray, Stephens, Elizabeth, Rolls, Alistair, Hardwick, Joe and Hainge, Greg (2011) Larry Schehr. Australian Journal of French Studies, 48 3: 348-352.     0
Hardwick, Joe (2013) Le je(u) de l'actrice : role-play and rebirth in Roch Stephanik's Stand-by (2000). Essays in French Literature and Culture, 50 35-50.   3
Hardwick, Joseph (1992). Qu'est-ce que c'est que cette histoire! a narratological study of Sartre's La Nausée. In Peter Cryle, Anne Freadman and Jean-Claude Lacherez (Ed.), In the Place of French: Essays on and Around French Studies in Honour of Michael Spencer (pp. 83-98) Brisbane, QLD, Australia: University of Queensland.    
Hardwick, Joe (2015) Reframing the periphery: narrative authority and self-reflexivity in Mathieu Kassovitz's La Haine. Australian Journal of French Studies, 52 2: 127-138. doi:10.3828/ajfs.2015.11     0 0 0
Hardwick, Joe (2016). Regards troublants. Texte, intertexte et cadrages generiques dans Nettoyage a sec d'Anne Fontaine (1997). In Véronique Duché, Tess Do and Andrea Rizzi (Ed.), Genre, Text and Language: Melanges Anne Freadman (pp. 299-316) Paris, France: Classiques Garnier.    
Hardwick, Joseph Brian. (2002). Romans et theses : french "existentialist" fiction, literary history and literary modernism PhD Thesis, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland.   5
Hardwick, Joe (2008) (Rétro) projections: French cinema in the twenty-first century. The bodily and the political. Australian Journal of French Studies, 45 3: 185-196.   3 2 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Hardwick, Joe (2005) Rules of engagement: Cross-cultural glances in critical writing on recent French and Australian 'youth' films. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 19 1: 73-84. doi:10.1080/1030431052000336306   3 0
Soi-disant: Life Writing in French 1st American ed. Edited by De Nooy, Juliana, Hardwick, Joseph B. and Hanna, Barbara E. Newark DE: University of Delaware Press, 2005.    
de Nooy, J., Hardwick, J. and Hanna, Barbara E. (2004) Soi-disant: Writing, screening, theorizing the self in French. Australian Journal of French Studies, 41 3: 1-9.   119 1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
De Nooy, J., Hardwick, J. and Hanna, B. E. (2005) Soi-disant: Writing, screening, theorizing the self in French (vol 41, p g 1, 2004). Australian Journal of French Studies, 42 1: 5-5.     0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Hardwick, Joe (2011). So over the rainbow? The singular plurality of Martineau and Ducastel's Drole de Felix. In Jo McCormack, Murray Pratt and Alistair Rolls (Ed.), Hexagonal variations: Diversity, plurality and reinvention in contemporary France (pp. 101-117) New York, United States: Rodopi.   4
Hardwick, J. B. (2001) Speaking ill: The language of sickness in Albert Camus' The Plague. Inter-Cultural Studies: A Forum on Social Change & Cultural Diversity, 1 2: 40-48.    
Hardwick, Joe (2017) The transnational and the transformative: Haim Tabakman's Tu n'aimeras point and the shifting profile of French cinema in the Twenty-first Century. Australian Journal of French Studies, 54 1: 84-95. doi:10.3828/AJFS.2017.07     0 0 4
Hardwick, Joe (2008) The vague nouvelle and the Nouvelle Vague: The critical construction of le jeune cinéma français. Modern and Contemporary France, 16 1: 51-65. doi:10.1080/09639480701802666     2 0
Hainge, G. (2008) Three non-places of supermodernity in the history of French cinema: 1967, 1985, 2000. Playtime, Subway and Stand-by. Australian Journal of French Studies, 45 3: 197-211. doi:10.3828/AJFS.45.3.197     3 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Hardwick, Joe (2010) Transports prives: Claire Denis's Vendredi soir and the mobile urban woman in French cinema. French Cultural Studies, 21 3: 192-201. doi:10.1177/0957155810370384   4 0 0 0
Hardwick, Joe and Hubbell, Amy (2016) Tyrannies of Distance, Perils of Proximity: Time, Space and Virtuality in the French and Francophone World. Australian Journal of French Studies, 53 1-2: 3-18. doi:10.3828/AJFS.2016.01     0 0 0
Hardwick, Joseph B. (2009) Wander lust: genre, sexuality and identity in Ana Kokkinos's Head On. Cultural Studies Review, 15 1: 33-42.   1
Hardwick, Joseph B., De Nooy, Juliana and Hanna, Barbara E. (2005). Writing the self in French: (P)actes autobiographiqes. In J. De Nooy, J. Hardwick and B. E. Hanna (Ed.), Soi-disant: Life Writing in French 1st American ed. (pp. 1-11) Newark DE: University of Delaware Press.