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‘Lewis Grassic Gibbon and Modernism: “What’s wrong with the other moderns is the lack of purpose in their infernal books”'
Examining his works within the social, political, and literary developments of his time, this volume demonstrates Gibbon's continuing relevance both in Scotland and internationally.
‘On or About December 1930: Gender and the Writing of Lives in Virginia Woolf’
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge): SSH Titles, 2017-03-24)
This article examines some important historical, literary, and theoretical questions that are posed by the idea of “writing a life” in the early years of the twentieth century. Its focus is primarily on the constitutive ...
Creative Hubs and Urban Development Goals: Policy Report
(Creativeworks London, 2017)
This report highlights the key policy implications of the AHRC-funded research and knowledge exchange project, 'Creative Hubs and Urban Development Goals: (UK/Brazil)' for the funding and design of creative hubs in the ...
(Cambridge University Press, 2014-05)
Bloomsbury's deconstruction of standard domestic routine, as explored by Morag Shiach, was meant to support a way of life in which creativity was paramount. The home was reimagined as a place to fidn a room of one's own ...
'Pleasure too often Repeated': Aldous Huxley's Modernity
(Edinburgh Univeristy Press, 2013)
Aldous Huxley’s Modernity Morag Shiach In an essay published in 1923, Aldous Huxley suggested that ‘of all the various poisons which modern civilization, by a process of auto- intoxication, brews quietly up within its own ...
‘A new name and a new job, that’s what he’d like’ Identity, Labour and Precarity, 1915-2015
This chapter will address key research questions related to the mutual implication of labour and identity in contemporary Europe, including the construction of social identities in and through forms of labour; the impacts ...