Now showing items 1871-1880 of 2010
(Cambridge University Press, 2014)
This chapter looks to recent and established positions in the fields from which stylistics and performance might respectively be plucked and offers, with further reference to cognate critical theories, an analysis ...
Media, sport and memory: the mediated legacies of great sporting events.
A lost legacy of fraternity? The case of European youth football.
Alone into the world: reflections on solos from 1919 by Vaslav Nijinsky and Mary Wigman.
(University Press of Florida, 2012)
Introduction: sport, legacy and leadership.
'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 ...
Indulgences after Luther: the fall and rise of pardons in Counter-Reformation France
When Martin Luther issued his Disputation on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences, or Ninety-Five Theses in 1517, he was writing in a long tradition of criticism of easy routes to salvation and the complacency of sinners. ...