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And there she was in the shrunken apartment
Please Do Touch
Collaborating on a research project entitled 'Body of Knowledge', dance artists and academics Sally Doughty, Lisa Kendall and Rachel Krische explore how the dancer’s body can be considered as a living, corporeal archive. ...
Rural Seigneurs and the Counter Reformation: Parishes, Patrons and Religious Reform in France 1550 to 1700
(Cambridge University Press, 2018-06-01)
This article examines the role of lay seigneurs in religious change in the French countryside in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, during the Catholic Reformation and a period of socio-economic change in land ownership ...
Smart Futures, Challenges of Urbanisation, and Social Sustainability
This book tackles the challenges posed by accelerating urbanization, and demystifies Social Sustainability, the least understood of all the different areas of sustainable development. The volume’s twin focus on these ...
Science and Poetry in 1790s Somerset: the Self-Experiment Narrative, the Aeriform Effusion and the Greater Romantic Lyric
(The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2018-03-09)
An article on scientific and poetic experiments concerning air.
The Twice Chang'd Friar
(Malone Society (Manchester University Press), 2018-01)
'The Twice Chang'd Friar' is one of four early 17th-century plays preserved in a manuscript miscellany in the library of Arbury Hall, Nuneaton (Arbury Hall MS A414), the seat of the Newdigate family, one of whose members, ...
An Intimate Approach to the Management and Integration of Design Knowledge for Small Firms
In August 2012, I presented a paper entitled ‘‘The Fuzzy Front End of Product Design Projects: How Universities Can Manage Knowledge Transfer and Creation’’ at the International Design Management Research Conference. Via ...
'Housekeeping, Citizenship, and Nationhood in Good Housekeeping and Modern Home'
(Edinburgh University Press, 2018-01-01)
This article interrogates the framing of women as citizens through domestic work in two interwar women's magazines. Directed towards an aspirational lower-middle-class female audience, George Newnes's Modern Home identified ...
James Mweu and Kunja Dance Theatre: Contemporary Dance as African Cultural Production
(Boydell and Brewer, 2018-11)
This article argues that contemporary dance in Africa should be considered to be a form of African cultural production rather an imported Euro-American practice on the basis that it has been adopted by choreographers in ...
The Anchored Imagination of the Biographical Novel