Literature

Amphoteroglossia: A Poetics of the Twelfth-Century Medieval Greek Novel

Harvard University
This work offers the first systematic and interdisciplinary study of the poetics of the twelfth-century medieval Greek novel and investigates […]
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Brexit seen from Shakespeare’s King John

University of Warwick
2016 marks the 800th anniversary of the death of King John and the 400th anniversary of the death of William […]
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Dickens, Daumier and the Man of Law

University of Warwick
Gary Watt looks at forms of the legal profession at the start of the Age of Reform (1820–1920) as represented by […]
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Did Fatwa really lead to Jihad?

Brunel University
Dr Anshuman Mondal, Brunel University Did Fatwa Really Lead to Jihad? Kenan Malik and the narrative of failure.
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Directions Home: Approaches to African-Canadian Literature

University of Toronto
George Elliott Clarke, University of Toronto DIRECTIONS HOME: APPROACHES TO AFRICAN-CANADIAN LITERATURE University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Div…
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Dirt, Disintegration, and Disappointment: Sex and the City of Paris

Royal Holloway University of London
Dr Hannah Thompson, Royal Holloway, University of London Dirt, Disintegration, and Disappointment: Sex and the City of Paris.
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From gay visibility to queer invisibilities

Professor James Williams, Royal Holloway From gay visibility to queer invisibilities: representations of French Cinema 1980-2010. The French Cinema Book […]
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Genre Recall

University of Warwick
Paul Taylor-McCartney, University of Warwick, discusses Genre Recall; the function of memory and identity in selected dystopian texts and my own […]
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Il Mambriano di Francesco Cieco da Ferrara

Royal Holloway University of London
Professor Jane Everson, Royal Holloway Il Mambriano di Francesco Cieco da Ferrara – fra tradizione cavalleresca e mondo estense. / […]
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