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Muse, Sister, Myth: The Cultural Afterlives of Emily Brontë on Screen
(Taylor & Francis, 2020-04-01)
This article was originally delivered as a keynote lecture at the Bicentenary Conference for Emily Brontë, Emily Brontë: A Peculiar Music (7-9 September 2018, Marriott Hotel, York). It explores the cultural portrayal and ...
Shakespeare and Marx: The writer and the society
(Voprosy Literatury [Matters of Literature], 2019)
Towards Energy Efficient Buildings in Nigeria: Challenges and Opportunities
(American Research Institute for Policy Development, 2020-01-20)
The need to enhance people’s wellbeing by reducing CO2 emission has necessitated global efforts towards reducing energy consumption by buildings, which is responsible for nearly 45% of world’s energy consumption. Energy ...
High Late-Modernists or Post-Modernists? Vanguard and Linguistically Innovative British Poetries since 1960
(Cambridge University Press, 2015)
This chapter tracks developments in Contemporary British Vanguard poetry through concerns with the challenge of the long poem, attitudes towards language, the problem of categorisation, notions of poetic community, and the ...
“Bloomluxuriance:” Compound Words in the Poetry of the 1830s and 1840s
(University of California Press, 2020-06)
This article examines the use of compound words in the poetry of the 1830s and 40s in the light of contemporary theories about the origins and development of the English language. Focusing especially on the changes made ...
Pantheistic Poetry; Geological Touring; Chemical Experimentation: Coleridge and Davy in the Mountains and on the Page
(Friends of Coleridge, 2020-07)
COLERIDGE‘S CONTINUING ENGAGEMENT WITH PANTHEISM has been a staple of scholarly discussion since, at least, Thomas McFarland‘s Coleridge and the Pantheist Tradition.1 More recently, historically-nuanced revisions of ...
Girl-on-girl culture: Constructing normative identities in a corpus of sex advice for queer women
(John Benjamins, 2019-08-20)
This article investigates the construction of sex advice for queer women as it features on the world’s most popular lesbian website, Autostraddle. Based in the United States, the website is a “progressively feminist” online ...
'Therefore ha' done with words': Shakespeare and Innovative British Ballets
(Oxford University Press, 2019-02-25)
Autoscopic Space: Re-thinking the Limits Between Self and Self-Image
An experimental installation project of my own making, the diplorasis, aims to re-think the human sensorium by considering the bodily perceptual boundaries that are induced by visual media processes. Within the installation ...
Boxing, Race, and British Identity, 1945-1962
(Cambridge University Press, 2020-02-14)