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Thoughts about a General Theory of Influence in a DIME/PMESII/ASCOP/IRC2 Model
(Academic Conferences and Publishing International, 2019)
The leading question of this paper is: “How would influence warfare (“iWar”) work and how can we simulate it?” The paper discusses foundational aspects of a theory and model of influence warfare by discussing a framework ...
Photographing the Emotional Body. Performing Expressions in the Theatre and the Psychological Sciences
(University of Illinois Press, 2019-12)
This chapter examines the medical, chronophotographic and theatrical photographs taken in the 1890s by Albert Londe, Head of the Photographic Service at the Parisian hospital La Salpêtrière. Situating Londe’s production ...
Calculation of urban geometry parameters in an asymmetric street canyon: H/W ratio and SVF
Wordsworth’s Epistle to Sir George Beaumont: the road twice taken
(Oxford University Press, 2019)
Here, I investigate a later Wordsworth poem in its markedly different 1811 and 1842 versions – the verse epistle to Sir George Beaumont. This epistle, calling upon the country house poems developed by Ben Jonson and upon ...
“How came they here?” Longfellow’s “The Jewish Cemetery at Newport,” Slavery, and Proto-Zionism
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019)
This article places Longfellow’s much-anthologised elegy in context, highlighting its engagement with contemporary debates about slavery, racial difference, and the restoration of the Jews to their ancestral homeland. The ...
'Ode on the Departing Year'
This 10-poem sequence continues my exploration of the serial poem, and the Coleridgean Conversation Poem.
I Notice that I'm Noticing
(Oxford University Press, 2019-04-25)
This essay considers the concept of noticing in improvisational movement practices and interrogates how what and how we notice can have a significant impact on movement material that is spontaneously composed. This essay ...
“Am I Providing a Good Show for You?” Female Performance, Labor and Collaborative Agency in Niki de Saint Phalle and Peter Whitehead's Daddy (1973)
(Feminist Media Histories, 2019-04)
French artist, Niki de Saint-Phalle, and British counter-culture filmmaker, Peter Whitehead’s underground film collaboration, Daddy (1973), is a sexually explicit surrealist pop art Freudian rape revenge fantasy. It stems ...
Creating a map of the underground heritage in the Mediterranean area: A visual representation for a comprehensive research
(Springer Cam, 2019-02-18)
Interest in man-made (or artificial) cavities in the countries of the Mediterranean Basin led the Commission of the Italian Speleological Society to study and catalogue some of the most common troglodyte types in the region. ...
Tadeusz Kantor and Modernism
(Northwestern University Press, 2019)
This chapter will argue that in order to understand Tadeusz Kantor’s relationship to, and place in, twentieth-century Modernism, it is necessary to understand his inherently poetic and philosophical approach to his practice ...