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Writing Desire and History: Collecting as Postcolonial Feminist Methodology in South African Art
(Taylor and Francis, 2020-04-17)
© 2020, © 2020 Unisa Press. This article explores the work of Dineo Seshee Bopape and Stephané E. Conradie through a postcolonial feminist lens by reading it in counterpoint to the literary fiction of Bessie Head. The ...
Botanical Networking: Four Holograph Letters from Charlotte Smith to James Edward Smith
(Edinburgh University Press, 2020-03-23)
<jats:p> Four holograph letters from the poet and novelist Charlotte Smith (1749–1806) to the botanist James Edward Smith (no relation) have recently come to light. They are published here in full for the first time, with ...
Maybe Baby: Uncertainty and Decision in Shiela Heti's Motherhood
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2020-07-15)
A 'Sector Deal' and a Creative Precariat: Shaping Creative Economy Policy in the UK since 2010
(Labex ICCA, University of Paris 13, 2020-10-21)
This chapter analyses the development of policies for the creative economy in the UK over the past ten years. In doing so it seeks to foreground the diversity of these policies across different parts of the UK, as well the ...
Cinema and Cinematicity in Ralph Ellison's 'Three Days Before the Shooting . . . '
Ralph Ellison's unfinished, posthumously published second novel, Three Days Before the Shooting . . . (2010) seethes with cinematic references and plot points. It also seethes with cinematic metaphors and similes, binding ...
Notes on a means without end
Hanging in the air
Accepted for publication by Critical Inquiry on Winter 2021.
State of the Field: The History of Collecting