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