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Shakespeare: editions and textual studies
(© English Association, 2007)
Hearing or seeing a play?: evidence of early modern theatrical terminology
(© Edinburgh University Press, 2001)
Gilding loam and painting lilies: Shakespeare's scruple of gold
(© Connotations Society and Waxmann Verlag GmbH, 2002)
Intemperate Narratives:: Tory Tipplers, Liberal Abstainers, and Victorian British Socialist Fiction
(Cambridge University Press, 2008)
This article discusses the attitudes to and representations of alcohol consumption in the journalism and literature of four Victorian British socialist periodicals: Robert Blatchford's Clarion, the Social Democratic ...
The Problem of 'Feeling' in Dance Practice: Fragmentation and Unity
(University of Illinois Press, 2009)
In the The Man Without Content (1999) Giorgio Agamben problematises the traditional distinction between artist and spectator. Central to this distinction is the idea that art works by inducing a ‘feeling’ in the spectator. ...
The merrie England triptych: Robert Blatchford, Edward Fay and the diadactic use of clarion fiction
(Victorian Periodicals Review, 2005-03-01)
This article discusses the importance of the serialised fiction published at the same time as Robert Blatchford's socialist polemic 'Merrie England'. It argues that the surrounding fiction expanded and elaborated the ...
Laser Cut Book: The Farnese Gardens, Rome
The work shows two architectural models shown in the context of the Farnese Gardens, Rome. The design and manufacture of the work combines digital design, digital fabrication and traditional book binding techniques. The ...
Technological enhancements in the teaching and learning of reflective and creative practice in dance
(Research in Dance education, 2008)
A team of researchers at De Montfort University’s Centre for Excellence in Performance Arts has explored uses of technology in dance education. The wider context of dance and technology pedagogy includes research into ...
Seeing myself dance: video and reflective learning in dance technique
This paper will address the conference theme of parity/choice between practice and theory within a dance course. It deals specifically with an example from an undergraduate dance provision. The paper draws on ongoing action ...
Women performing masculine clumsiness
This paper discusses Lea Anderson\'s 2004/5 revival of her 1989 piece Greetings as part of the programme Double Take. Greetings, which draws on imagery from the Marx Brothers, Morecambe and Wise and other male comedy acts, ...