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(The Stare's Nest, 2015-01-15)
Moscow, St Petersburg, London: Hubert Griffith and the search for a Russian truth
(Comparative Drama, 2015)
In lieu of an abstract: Hubert Griffith’s play Red Sunday premiered at the Arts Theatre, London in June 1929 under the direction of Russian émigré Theodor Komisarjevsky. Subsequently, Griffith submitted the play to the ...
Kit: Fashioning the Sporting Body
Sport has had such a profound influence upon the clothing, footwear and accessory industries that the sartorial choices of every reader of Sport in History will inevitably have been affected. This certainty is not based ...
'Women's soccer evolution a product of pre-World-Cup-era resolve' Upfront? Onside: Dispatches From the Women's World Cup Planet Futbol Sports Illustrated
This is the first in a series of stories from the Women's World Cup, which will span different nations, teams, aspects and elements of the competition. An array of accomplished writers and scholars will be filing regularly ...
(Edinburgh University Press, 2015-03)
The book re-examines the human value and significance of Shakespeare's plays.
Artefact of Vision
(Southern Graphics Council International, 2015)
The theme “Distortion” celebrates our subjective view of the world and calls for prints which require a unique vantage point, both physically as well as conceptually, in order to be read. This topic draws upon the tricks ...
Women and Soccer: Research Agendas and Policy Debates
Jean Williams of De Montfort University delivered the opening plenary, Women and Soccer: Research Agendas and Policy Debates, at The Futures of Women's Soccer Symposium held at Duke University's Forum for Scholars and ...
Futures of Women's Soccer Panel: The Role of Media
Jean Williams Chaired the session on the relationship between the media and women's soccer with Shireen Ahmed, Writer and Blogger; Jennifer Doyle, Professor, University of California, Riverside; Sarah Gehrke, Media Relations ...
The dancer's world, 1920-1945: modern dancers and their practices reconsidered.
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2015)