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The Rugby World in the Professional Era
An edited book in which the authors look at the history and culture of rugby union around the world since 1995, the year the sport turned professional.
Walking New Myths: Sally Wainwright’s Brontë Biopic
(Taylor & Francis, 2017-01-06)
'Feeding Like a Parasite': Extraction and Science Fiction in Capitalist Dystopia
(Goldsmiths University Press, 2017)
The chapter explores the economic concept of extraction as both Science Fiction, and economic reality. I use Marx’s concept of surplus extraction (Marx, 1975) and apply it to fields outside of wage labour (Harvey, 2003; ...
Palais des Beaux Arts, Memory in the garrigue, Watching Birds in Time of War
(unarmed journal, 2017-01)
Three poems relating to fine art, memory and war, treated in a manner which is indirect.
This chapter explores the fraught concept of 'performance' as an everyday action and as an on stage event. It aims to unpack the complexities of the term for student readers.
Review of One Month Ago by Wade Guyton
(College Art Association, 2017-05-25)
Forgotten Short Fiction by Carmen Sylva and E. Nesbit: Everything in Moderation
(English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 2017-01)
This article focuses on the adult short fiction of Carmen Sylva (1843–1916) and Edith Nesbit (1858–1924). Reevaluating their work recovers an important but overlooked subgenre of the short story—moderate short fiction for ...
An unpublished letter to Lord Roberts, from Carmen Sylva
(Oxford Academic, 2017-01-24)
Transcript and discussion of a previously unpublished letter from Carmen Sylva to Lord Roberts
Exquisite Remains was a durational ekphrastic dialogue, performed by Jim Burrows, Claire Doyle and Frances Kay at Tate Liverpool as part of Concurrent 3: Exchanges through Improvisation on the 22nd of February 2017. ...
Uppercase Magazine issue 35
(Uppercase Magazine, 2017-10)