Anna Johnston is Queen Elizabeth II Fellow in the School of English, Journalism and European Languages, and Deputy Director of the Centre for Colonialism and Its Aftermath at the University of Tasmania. She is the author of Missionary Writing and Empire, 1800-1860 (Cambridge University Press, 2003) and coeditor, with Helen Gilbert, of In Transit: Travel, Text, Empire (Peter Lang, 2002); she has also published widely on nineteenth-century missionary writing and on travel writing. Her current research examines travel writing about Australia in the nineteenth century. She is also currently working on the Australian magazine Walkabout (published between 1934 and 1974), with Mitchell Rolls. Mitchell Rolls is Senior Lecturer and Co-Director (Academic) in Riawunna, Centre for Aboriginal Studies, University of Tasmania, and a Deputy Director, Centre for Colonialism and Its Aftermath. His research interests include cultural identity, race and representation, and cultural appropriation. He has published widely on these issues, most recently in the journals Aboriginal History, Australian Studies, Australian Cultural History; and he has a chapter - 'The Green Thumb of Appropriation' - in The Littoral Zone: Australian Contexts and their Writers (Rodopi Press, 2007). He is currently working on the Australian magazine Walkabout (published between 1934 and 1974), with Anna Johnston.