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Doing voices: reading language as craft in black British poetry
(Sage Journals, 2014-04-14)
This essay offers a detailed exploration and comparative reading of two poems published 20 years apart: John Agard’s “Listen Mr Oxford Don” (1985), and Daljit Nagra’s “Kabba Questions the Ontology of Representation, the ...
"A Multi-modal and Durational Praxis of Decolonization": Performance studies in Canada
(University of Toronto Press, 2018-10-30)
This review of Performance Studies in Canada edited by Laura Levin and Marlis Schweitzer argues that its most important contributions are the arguments it makes for paying attention to Indigeneity and to decolonizing ...
The Action of the Imagination: Daniel Hack Tuke and late Victorian psycho-therapeutics
(SAGE Publications (UK and US), 2017-04-20)
Ulysses, Blindness, and Accessible Modernism
Dressing the Law
(Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2018-11-23)
Abstract The theatre shares many features with the law. One key commonality is the presence of dressers in both professions. In the law and the theatre, the dresser is a key intermediary in the transformation of bodies and ...
Profiling business support provision for small, medium and micro-sized enterprises in London’s fashion sector
The primary aim of this paper is to build a profile of the business support landscape that exists for fashion SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) and MSEs (micro-sized enterprises) in London. In the face of multiple ...