Dr Sonia Mycak

A14 - The Quadrangle
The University of Sydney

Selected grants

2006

  • University of Sydney - Bridging Fellowship; University of Sydney/Bridging Fellowship.

2000

  • The institutionalisation of Australian literature and literary culture since the second world war; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Australian Research Fellowship/Queen Elizabeth II Fellowship.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Mycak, S. (2001). Canuke Literature: Critical Essays on Canadian Ukrainian Writing. United States: Nova Science Publishers.

Edited Books

  • Mycak, S., Sarwal, A. (2010). Australian Made: A Multicultural Reader. Camperdown: Sydney University Press.

Book Chapters

  • Mycak, S. (2010). A Model of Multicultural Literary Production: The Ukranian-Australian Literary Field. In Sonia Mycak and Amit Sarwal (Eds.), Australian Made: A Multicultural Reader, (pp. 200-240). Camperdown: Sydney University Press.
  • Mycak, S. (2006). Multicultural Literature. In Craig Munroe, Robyn Sheahan-Bright (Eds.), Paper Empires: a history of the book in Australia 1946-2005, (pp. 268-277). St Lucia Qld: University of Queensland Press.
  • Mycak, S. (2005). Beyond Critical orthodoxy: Theorising Multicultural Literatures in Australia. In Dennis Haskell, Megan McKinlay and Pamina Rich (Eds.), Beyond Good and Evil? Essays on the Literature and Culture of the Asia-Pacific Region, (pp. 143-152). Crawley WA (Aust): University of Western Australia Press.
  • Mycak, S. (2003). The fabrication of Ukranian-Australian identity by Helen Darville. In Sankaran, Leong, Patke (Eds.), Complicities: Connections and Divisions, (pp. 215-222). Switzerland: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Mycak, S. (2002). Immigrant Communities of Readers and Writers: 'New Australian' Writing Explored. In Meredith Sherlock (Eds.), Explorations of Literary Communities and Systems, (pp. 29-39). Australia: Centre for the Book, School of Literary, Visual and Performance Studies, Monash University.
  • Mycak, S. (2002). The forgery of ethnic identity: a recent Australian literary hoax. In Philippe Romanski, Aissatou Sy-Wonyu (Eds.), Trompe(-)Loeil: Imitation And Falsification, (pp. 297-305). Rouen, France: Staempfli Publishers Ltd.

Journals

  • Mycak, S., Nishizawa, Y., Tatsumi, T., Yasumoto, S. (2011). Both Local and Global: A Case of International Distance Learning. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice.
  • Mycak, S. (2004). Demidenko/Darville: A Ukranian-Australian Point Of View. Australian Literary Studies, 21(4), 111-133.
  • Mycak, S. (2003). A dual existence in a seemingly singular country. Mots Pluriels, 23(March 2003), 1-6.
  • Mycak, S. (2003). The role of networks in Australian multicultural literature: Post-war : New Australians" as an empirical case study. Zhongshan Renwen Xuebao, 17, 19-30.
  • Mycak, S. (2002). Australian Multicultural Literature: Dynamics and Dilemmas. Aesthetics (was Literature & Aesthetics), 12, 79-104.
  • Mycak, S. (2002). The Authority of the 'I' in the Wake of Postmodernism: life stories and cultural identity. Inter-Cultural Studies, 2(2), 1-10.
  • Mycak, S. (2001). Inter-Cultural Aspects in Australian Writing - 'new Australian Writers Explored'. Inter-Cultural Studies, 1(1), 14-19.
  • Mycak, S. (2001). Preaching to the converted: Teaching Canadian Literature in Australia. Journal of Indo-Canadian Studies, 1(1), 83-95.

2011

  • Mycak, S., Nishizawa, Y., Tatsumi, T., Yasumoto, S. (2011). Both Local and Global: A Case of International Distance Learning. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice.

2010

  • Mycak, S. (2010). A Model of Multicultural Literary Production: The Ukranian-Australian Literary Field. In Sonia Mycak and Amit Sarwal (Eds.), Australian Made: A Multicultural Reader, (pp. 200-240). Camperdown: Sydney University Press.
  • Mycak, S., Sarwal, A. (2010). Australian Made: A Multicultural Reader. Camperdown: Sydney University Press.

2006

  • Mycak, S. (2006). Multicultural Literature. In Craig Munroe, Robyn Sheahan-Bright (Eds.), Paper Empires: a history of the book in Australia 1946-2005, (pp. 268-277). St Lucia Qld: University of Queensland Press.

2005

  • Mycak, S. (2005). Beyond Critical orthodoxy: Theorising Multicultural Literatures in Australia. In Dennis Haskell, Megan McKinlay and Pamina Rich (Eds.), Beyond Good and Evil? Essays on the Literature and Culture of the Asia-Pacific Region, (pp. 143-152). Crawley WA (Aust): University of Western Australia Press.

2004

  • Mycak, S. (2004). Demidenko/Darville: A Ukranian-Australian Point Of View. Australian Literary Studies, 21(4), 111-133.

2003

  • Mycak, S. (2003). A dual existence in a seemingly singular country. Mots Pluriels, 23(March 2003), 1-6.
  • Mycak, S. (2003). The fabrication of Ukranian-Australian identity by Helen Darville. In Sankaran, Leong, Patke (Eds.), Complicities: Connections and Divisions, (pp. 215-222). Switzerland: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Mycak, S. (2003). The role of networks in Australian multicultural literature: Post-war : New Australians" as an empirical case study. Zhongshan Renwen Xuebao, 17, 19-30.

2002

  • Mycak, S. (2002). Australian Multicultural Literature: Dynamics and Dilemmas. Aesthetics (was Literature & Aesthetics), 12, 79-104.
  • Mycak, S. (2002). Immigrant Communities of Readers and Writers: 'New Australian' Writing Explored. In Meredith Sherlock (Eds.), Explorations of Literary Communities and Systems, (pp. 29-39). Australia: Centre for the Book, School of Literary, Visual and Performance Studies, Monash University.
  • Mycak, S. (2002). The Authority of the 'I' in the Wake of Postmodernism: life stories and cultural identity. Inter-Cultural Studies, 2(2), 1-10.
  • Mycak, S. (2002). The forgery of ethnic identity: a recent Australian literary hoax. In Philippe Romanski, Aissatou Sy-Wonyu (Eds.), Trompe(-)Loeil: Imitation And Falsification, (pp. 297-305). Rouen, France: Staempfli Publishers Ltd.

2001

  • Mycak, S. (2001). Canuke Literature: Critical Essays on Canadian Ukrainian Writing. United States: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Mycak, S. (2001). Inter-Cultural Aspects in Australian Writing - 'new Australian Writers Explored'. Inter-Cultural Studies, 1(1), 14-19.
  • Mycak, S. (2001). Preaching to the converted: Teaching Canadian Literature in Australia. Journal of Indo-Canadian Studies, 1(1), 83-95.

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