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Beyond The Ivory Tower: impact and the arts practitioner
This chapter discusses how the new impact agenda can be a valuable opportunity for practice-led ECRs whose work might often be encountered outside traditional academia. Reflecting on Streffen's personal experience in the ...
Dressing for the Afterlife
(Nine Arches Press, 2020-09-01)
A poetry collection which looks at life change as a form of 'afterlife', drawing from a variety of standpoints, including gender, age and culture through creative practice.
Sacred Journeys in the Counter-Reformation: Long Distance Pilgrimage in Northwest Europe
(De Gruyter/Medieval Institute Press, 2020-06-01)
Sacred Journeys in the Counter-Reformation examines long-distance pilgrimages to ancient, international shrines in northwestern Europe in the two centuries after Luther. In this region in the sixteenth and seventeenth ...
A Cultural History of Comedy in the Modern Age.
Slapstick has rarely been analyzed in any detail and it is only in very recent years that popular forms of performance have been given any serious consideration in a way that focuses on what the performers actually do ...
Henry James in Contemporary Fiction: The Real Thing
This book explores the extraordinary proliferation of novels based on Henry James’s life and works published between 2001 and 2016, the centenary of his death. Part One concentrates on biofictions about James by David Lodge ...
An undeniable feature of the live theater event is the physical presence of the actor’s body. Some facets of comedy demand or are highlighted by the physical presence of the actor’s body on stage and, therefore, emphasize ...
The Collected Letters of Humphry Davy
(Oxford University Press, 2020-06-30)
Internment during the First World War: A Mass Global Phenomenon
This article introduces the globalisation of internment during he First World War
Through the Looking Glass and Back Again: Writing Reflectively in Creative Writing
An exploration of the range of practices adopted by tutors of Creative Writing, with a theoretical approach considering their evolution within teaching lore.
Book review: Helen Sauntson, Language, sexuality and education. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018. pp. xi + 204.
(Cambridge University Press, 2020-01-31)