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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 ...
Boom! Adversarial Ageism, Chrononormativity, and the Anthropocene
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2018-10-10)
This article argues that emerging ‘chrononormatives’ of ‘generational warfare’ and ‘ageing crisis’ are culturally damaging and importantly addressed by Split Britches’s Ruff (2013) and Caryl Churchill’s Escaped Alone (2016), ...
A Community Under Attack: Protestant Letter Networks in the Reign of Mary I
This article uses mathematical and computational techniques to reconstruct and analyze the social and textual organization of the underground community of Protestants living in England during the reign of Mary I from 289 ...
The psalms and the English Reformation
Brick Lane: A Materialist Reading of the Novel and its Reception
Monica Ali’s 2003 novel Brick Lane was feted by the literary establishment but prompted protests on Brick Lane itself. In a now familiar pattern, such protests were generally regarded as reflecting a conflict between ...
‘Creative Economy in Perspective: Creativeworks London and Understanding Creative Hubs’
This chapter presents key findings of Creativeworks London (CWL), focused on the role of creative hubs. The chapter explores the diversity of creative hubs in London as well as identifying the key questions they pose for ...