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Overview of Business-Facing Arts Audience Research
This report is a review of public-domain research conducted specifically in order to inform arts organisations about their audiences. The research covered is driven by the demands of the arts industry to understand its ...
The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Poet
(Oxford University Press, 2013-09-26)
'There is one thing to be said for contemporary poetry that can't be said of any other', T. S. Eliot averred in a piece offilm footage, ... The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary British and Irish Poetry is a ...
Creative Garden Poster
Can we move beyond simply networking creative individuals to establishing diverse communities of practice for innovation through discursive methods. Furthermore, can we digitise their creativity activities within an ...
Presbyterian Imitation Practices in Zachary Boyd’s Nebuchadnezzars Fierie Furnace
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge): SSH Titles, 2013-06-14)
The university administrator, preacher and poet Zachary Boyd (1585–1653) relied heavily on epithets and similes borrowed from Josuah Sylvester's poetry when composing his scriptural versifications Zion's Flowers(c. 1640?). ...
Hearing the Unhearable: The Representation of Women Who Kill Children
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge): SSH Titles, 2013-09-24)
Feminist theory has discussed the silencing and underrepresentation of women's voices in such areas as politics, law, culture and psychoanalysis. Through the identification of silences and absences, and a noting of the ...
Playing with Books in John Bale's Three Laws
(English Association, 2013)
It has become something of a critical commonplace to talk about John Bale's deep ambivalence about drama as a representational practice. Using drama against itself, Bale, in the words of recent criticism, seeks to expose ...