Academic Publications

Australian WWI Narratives:

Rhoden, C. (2016). ‘ “Whichever and whatever it was”: rendering war and peace in Australian WWI narratives’, Southerly 75:3, War and Peace.

Rhoden, C. (2015). ‘Poppy hunters, poppy picking’: review of Robyn Rowland, This Intimate War: Gallipoli/Çanakkale 1915 (with Turkish translations by Mehmet Ali Çelikel), Five Islands Press, Parkville, Vic 2015, TEXT Vol 19, Number 2, October 2015.

Rhoden, C. (2015). The Purpose of Futility: writing World War I, Australian style. UWAP Scholarly, Perth.

Rhoden, C. (2014). ‘Even More Australian: Australian Great War novels in the twenty-first century’. In The Great War in Post-Memory Literature and Film, eds. Marzena Sokolowska-Paryz and Martin Löschnigg, De Gruyters Media and Cultural History series, pp. 273-288.

Rhoden, C. (2014) ‘ “Only we humans can know”: David Malouf and war’, Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, JASAL.

Rhoden, C. (2014). ‘Lovely boys, good blokes and bonzer bints: love, emotion and eroticism in British and Australian Great War narratives’. Antipodes, June 2014, pp. 155-65.

Rhoden, C. 2013.  ‘What’s missing in this picture? The ‘middle parts of fortune’ in Australian Great War literature’. Philament August 2010, pp. 21-33., to be reprinted in Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism: Australian Literature, Ecofeminism, and The War Novel, Cengage Learning, South Murray, UT.

Rhoden, C. (2012). ‘The egalitarian bargain: another aspect of Australian discipline in the Great War’. War In History 19(4), pp. 445-463.

Rhoden, C. (2012).  ‘Ruins or Foundations: Great War literature in the Australian curriculum’.  Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature JASAL, 12(1): Field, Curriculum, Emotion.

Rhoden, C. (2010). ‘What’s missing in this picture? The ‘middle parts of fortune’ in Australian Great War literature’. Philament August 2010, pp. 21-33.
Tertiary Study:
Rhoden, C. (2013). ‘eLearning: show me the future’. Plane Tree, 19:1, pp. 14-17.

Rhoden, C. (2012). ‘Slow death of a green balloon: the diary of one PhD examination’. Plane Tree, 18:2, pp. 24-27.

Rhoden, C. (2012). ‘Multi-crashing?: the graduate student’s guide to balancing work and study’. Plane Tree, 18:1, pp. 30-33.

Rhoden, C. (2011). ‘Innovation meets tradition in Brenda Walker’s The Wing of Night’. Westerly 56:1, pp. 118-34.

Rhoden, C. (2011). ‘Red pen blues: dealing with rejection and critical feedback’. Plane Tree 17:2, pp. 10-13.

Rhoden, C., and Walters, B. (2011). ‘The new LMS and the graduate student’. Plane Tree 17:2, pp. 14-15.

Boin, K. and Rhoden, C. 2007. ‘Welcome to my Crazy Life: the First_Year@UniMelb blog’. Proceedings of the annual HERDSA conference 2007, July 8-11, Hilton Hotel: Adelaide.

Rhoden, C. and Dowling, N. 2006. ‘Why Tutors Matter’. Proceedings of 9th Pacific Rim First Year in Higher Education Conference, July 12-14, Griffith University: Brisbane.

Sweeney, D. and Rhoden, C. 2005. ‘Interactive learning in an accessible world’. Proceedings of HERDSA Conference, July 1-3, University of Sydney: Sydney.

Rhoden, C. and Boin, K. 2004. ‘Transition strategies for international students’. Proceedings of 15th International ISANA Conference, December 1-3, Hyatt Hotel: Melbourne.

Rhoden, C. and Wray, A. 2004. ‘Enhancing study group persistence’. Proceedings of 8th Pacific Rim First Year in Higher Education Conference, July 14-16, Monash University: Melbourne.

Rhoden, C., Boin, K., McInnis, C. and K. Krause. 2003. Faculty 101: a resource kit for implementing and evaluating faculty-based transition programs. University of Melbourne Transition Program: Melbourne.

Rhoden, C. and Boin, K. 2003. Degrees of Change. University of Melbourne Transition Program: Melbourne.

Boin, K. and Rhoden, C. 2003. ‘’Uni for a Day’: taking the mystery out of university life’. Proceedings of 7th Pacific Rim First Year in Higher Education Conference, July 9-11, Queensland University of Technology: Brisbane.

Rhoden, C. and McLean, P. 2002. ‘Performance Indicators for Learning Support Programs: quantifying the qualitative’, in Janis Webb and Patricia McLean (eds) Academic Skills Advising: evaluating for program improvement and accountability. Victorian Language & Learning Network: Melbourne.

Rhoden, C. and Boin, K. 2002. ‘Rural transitions: strategies for linking school and university communities’. Proceedings of International Conference on The First Year Experience, July 1-5, 2002. University of Bath: Bath, UK.

Rhoden, C. and Tursky Gordon, C. (1999) ‘Diversity Strategies are a Source of Excellence and Support Transition in a Changing Business and Educational Environment’. Australian Journal of Engineering Education, 8, 2, 163-74.

Rhoden, C. (1996) ‘The Learning Skills Component in the Faculty of Engineering tutor/mentor scheme’ in Transition to Active Learning: Proceedings of the 2nd Pacific Rim Conference on the First Year in Higher Education, Centre for the Study of Higher Education: University of Melbourne.