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  • Adaptations of Joyce in the Fiction of Patrick McCabe 

    McWilliams, EM (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015-01-01)
  • Adventures of an unromantic biographer 

    Hay, D (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2017-04-03)
    This Reflection investigates some of the questions that arise when one attempts to ‘write lives together’. What are the intellectual and theoretical implications of this mode of biographical writing? What might be its ...
  • An Archipelagic Literature: Re-framing 'The New Nature Writing' 

    Smith, JJO (Taylor and Francis, 2013-02-01)
    This paper proposes a reconsideration of ‘The New Nature Writing’ as an archipelagic literature, a literature concerned with the diverse and distinctive cultures of Britain and Ireland as much as with its nature. It ...
  • Art & Soul: Victorians and the Gothic 

    Wagner, C; Parker, J (Sansom & Company, 2014-11)
    First major study of Victorian Medievalism focusing on the South West of England Accompanies a major loan exhibition at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter Provides a national context for the Victorian Gothic, and ...
  • Art Mapping in Paris 

    Carletti, L; Price, D; Sinker, R; Giannachi, G; McAuley, D; Stack, J; Beaver, K; Mundy, J (ACM: Association for Computing Machinery, 2013)
    In this work, we describe a proposed technology demonstrator for Art Maps, a collaborative research project exploring the relation between artworks and the location that they depict, through the support of a cloud-based ...
  • Art-mapping smart-cities: accessing art collections outside the museum 

    Locatelli, C; Giannachi, G; Sinker, R; Locatelli (Silver Spring MD, 2014)
    In this paper I will discuss the outreach potential of those mobile museum applications that relate art collections to places on a digital map and in the real world, at first focusing my attention on a specific crowd-sourcing ...
  • ArtMaps 

    Giannachi, G; Sinker, R; Stack, J; Locatelli, C; Carletti, L; Price, D; McAuley, D; Coughlan, T; Benford, S (NODEM, 2014-12)
    Art Maps was developed as part of an interdisciplinary collaborative project between three departments at Tate (Tate Learning, Tate Online and Tate Research) and researchers in Computer Science (University of Nottingham) ...
  • ArtMaps: A Technology for Looking at Tate's Collection 

    Giannachi, G; Sinker, R; Stack, J; Locatelli, C; Carletti, L; Price, D; McAuley, D; Coughlan, T; Benford, S (Leonardo/ International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, 2015-04-27)
    This article presents ArtMaps, a crowdsourcing web-based app for desktop and mobile use that allows users to locate, move and annotate artworks in the Tate collection in relation to one or more sets of locations. Here we ...
  • ArtMaps: interpreting the spatial footprints of artworks 

    Coughlan, T; Carletti, L; Giannachi, G; Benford, S; McAuley, D; Price, D; Locatelli, C; Sinker, R; Stack, J (Association for Computing Machinery, 2015-04)
    Creating and utilizing simple links between items and locations in map-based systems has become a mainstream component of modern computing. In this paper, we explore support for ‘art mapping’, an activity that requires ...
  • The Auteur Affect: "Forces of Encounter" between Shakespeare and Kurosawa in The Bad Sleep Well 

    Gee, FC (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016-09-30)
    Akira Kurosawa’s The Bad Sleep Well is only loosely based on Shakespeare’s Hamlet, yet its themes of cruelty, revenge, social madness and singular emotional intensity are as quintessentially Shakespearean, as they are ...
  • 'Beautiful White Girlhood'? Daisy Buchanan in Nella Larsen's 'Passing' 

    Moynihan, Sinéad (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014)
    This article expands recent scholarship on race in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby and intertextuality in Nella Larsen’s Passing by arguing that the latter is a “blackened” version of Gatsby. Mapping the genealogy ...
  • Becoming-Witch: Narrating witchcraft in early modern English news pamphlets 

    Gibson, MH (University of Pennsylvania Press (Penn Press), 2019)
    The texts that are the focus of this paper were published in the Elizabethan and Jacobean period in London, specifically in 1582 and 1612. They come from a tradition of publishing in print and for sale court documents from ...
  • Ben Hecht's Hard-Boiled Decadence: The Flaneur as Reporter 

    Hext, K (Edinburgh University Press, 2017)
    This essay illustrates how Ben Hecht’s short stories in The Little Review and the Chicago Daily News crucially expand the scope of burgeoning research into post-Wildean, American Decadence. These works (written between ...
  • 'Bliss was it in that shirt to be alive': Connecting Romanticism and New Romanticism through dress 

    Bernhard Jackson, EA (Palgrave, 2018)
    Nobody likes the New Romantics. By and large, popular culture criticism that even bothers to mention the New Romantic fashion and music movement of the early 1980s dismisses it as vacuous, slick, self-absorbed, and (apparently ...
  • A Body of Work: An Anthology of Poetry and Medicine 

    Wagner, C; Brown, A (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016-02-25)
    A Body of Work includes poems by writers from the dawn of Enlightenment to the 21st Century and explores changing attitudes to medicine, health and the body.
  • Breaches in a Battered Wall: Invasion, Spectatorship, and the Early Modern Stage 

    Preedy, CK (Manchester University Press, 2015-10-01)
    This article explores how the fictional representation of siege and invasion in the war dramas of the 1580s and 1590s enabled Elizabethan dramatists to reflect upon the vulnerable state of their own theatre, threatened ...
  • Bristol Deaf Memories: archives, nostalgia and the loss of community space in the deaf community in Bristol 

    O'Brien, D; Stead, L; Nourse, N (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2017-10-23)
    The deaf community in the UK has undergone major changes in recent years, which has uprooted it from its traditional foundations, the deaf club and deaf residential school. This article examines the effect of the closure ...
  • Brutal games: Call of Duty and the cultural narrative of World War II 

    Ramsay, Debra (University of Texas Press, 2015)
    World War II is the conflict that features most in first-person shooter (FPS) video games, but despite the rapid growth of this sector of the entertainment industry, the way in which the war is recalibrated in this format ...
  • Bulimic Beckett: food for thought and the archive of analysis 

    Salisbury, Laura (Wiley, 2011-10-17)
    Critics have noted a mode in Samuel Beckett's writing that can be characterised as the urge to purge. Obsessed with figuring language as both vomit and shit in the guts of an oral/anal textual system, many of his texts are ...