Dr Angela Dunstan

A20 - John Woolley Building
The University of Sydney

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Dunstan, A. (2012). "An Interesting Failure": Pre-Raphaelite Celebrity and the Sexual Politics of Aestheticism in Vernon Lee's Miss Brown. In Peter Marks (Eds.), Literature and Politics: Pushing the World in Certain Directions, (pp. 23-34). Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Dunstan, A. (2010). 'I am plain Morris': re-imagining the everyday William Morris in H.D.'s The White Rose and the Red. In Wendy Parkins (Eds.), William Morris and the Art of Everyday Life, (pp. 155-174). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Dunstan, A. (2009). Stunner: Elizabeth Siddal, The Evolution of a Sensation. In Anthony Uhlmann, Helen Groth, Paul Sheehan, Stephen McLaren (Eds.), Literature and Sensation, (pp. 24-33). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Journals

  • Dunstan, A. (2010). The myth of Dante Gabriel Rossetti's 'Beata Beatrix' as memorial painting. The British Art Journal: the research journal of British art studies, XI(1), 89-92.

Conferences

  • Dunstan, A. (2011). Changing his Subject: Theodore Watis-Dunton's Aylwin (1898) and the Biographical Reimangining of Dante Gabriel Rosselli. Changing the Subject, SA, Australia: University of Adelaide.
  • Dunstan, A. (2010). Not in the walk of life of a Sydneyite: Art, Empire and Pre-Raphaelite Celebrity in Australia. Re-Orienting Victorian Studies, Singapore: Nanyang Technological University.
  • Dunstan, A. (2010). The Mouthpiece of Rosselli: Dante Gabriel Rosselli's Literary Afterlife. Material Cultures, Scotland: University of Edinburgh.
  • Dunstan, A. (2009). Truth or Myth: Reconsidering Dante Gabriel Rossetti's Beata Beattrix as Memorial Painting. Victorian Sensorium, New Zealand: University of Otago.

2012

  • Dunstan, A. (2012). "An Interesting Failure": Pre-Raphaelite Celebrity and the Sexual Politics of Aestheticism in Vernon Lee's Miss Brown. In Peter Marks (Eds.), Literature and Politics: Pushing the World in Certain Directions, (pp. 23-34). Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

2011

  • Dunstan, A. (2011). Changing his Subject: Theodore Watis-Dunton's Aylwin (1898) and the Biographical Reimangining of Dante Gabriel Rosselli. Changing the Subject, SA, Australia: University of Adelaide.

2010

  • Dunstan, A. (2010). 'I am plain Morris': re-imagining the everyday William Morris in H.D.'s The White Rose and the Red. In Wendy Parkins (Eds.), William Morris and the Art of Everyday Life, (pp. 155-174). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Dunstan, A. (2010). Not in the walk of life of a Sydneyite: Art, Empire and Pre-Raphaelite Celebrity in Australia. Re-Orienting Victorian Studies, Singapore: Nanyang Technological University.
  • Dunstan, A. (2010). The Mouthpiece of Rosselli: Dante Gabriel Rosselli's Literary Afterlife. Material Cultures, Scotland: University of Edinburgh.
  • Dunstan, A. (2010). The myth of Dante Gabriel Rossetti's 'Beata Beatrix' as memorial painting. The British Art Journal: the research journal of British art studies, XI(1), 89-92.

2009

  • Dunstan, A. (2009). Stunner: Elizabeth Siddal, The Evolution of a Sensation. In Anthony Uhlmann, Helen Groth, Paul Sheehan, Stephen McLaren (Eds.), Literature and Sensation, (pp. 24-33). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Dunstan, A. (2009). Truth or Myth: Reconsidering Dante Gabriel Rossetti's Beata Beattrix as Memorial Painting. Victorian Sensorium, New Zealand: University of Otago.

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