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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 50 of 141
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2021(Un)Belonging, affect and gender in a selection of contemporary British South Asian women’s novels by Sunetra Gupta, Meera Syal, Monica Ali, and Rekha WaheedHamed, Yaser
2022The shadow myth – a novel & hero’s bias: developing fantasy villains outside of the perspective of the protagonistKuiper, Eleane Willemine
2022Dead in the long roomGreen, Andrew
2021Performing the self(ie): performance studies, selfies and feminist identitiesHampton, Claire
2022‘One of us’ - depictions of Margaret Thatcher in British fiction 1979-2020: a Kristevan readingIliou, Raluca-Eugenia
2021The British aleatory novel, 1959 - 1979Jenner, Sebastian Marc
2022Dracula on film: A psychohistoricist studyWalden, Steven J
2022The transposition of third meaning discourse from analogue to digital cinemaStone, Ian P.
2020A clockwork heart: The neuroscience of writing fiction – A new approachSchwarz, Liesel
2021Techno-choreography and the embodiment of ChinesenessXu, Zhi
2021The Computer Music Designer in the context of physical computing and interactive instrument designGourtani, Ardeshir M.
2021Points for DeparturesLondon, Matt
2021Improvisation and everyday life as creative tools for composing music for performers, live electronics and videoGiusti, Vinicius
2021Once upon a time in Soweto: South African literature, the writers, their works, and censorshipNcube, Tryphine Simephi
2020“The guy that hangs around with the musicians” : Exploring the relationship of pitched percussion to the rock band and the traditions of the rock drummerAtherton, Tom
2020Between Site-Specificity and Landscape in Video ArtHo, Yuda
2020The vocalization of the drum kit: An evolutive approach to a dynamic drumming style driven by sound phrases and evolving gesturesFellay, Christophe
2020Under the Skin of MenNiazi, Siamak
2020Representations of care-experienced children in contemporary British fictionEdwards-Capes, Kirsty
2020Returning to Roissy: female submission and masochism in story of o and its adaptationsTaylor-Harman, Sarah
2020The stranger left no card: a critical analysis of Wendy Toye’s work as a woman director in British cinema and televisionQureshi, Iram Kamran
2020The Economies of Anime: Anime as a soft power, a cultural product and a (trans)national mediumOnemu, Uyoyo
2020Fragmented Identities in selected novels by V.S. Naipaul and Toni Morrison: a postcolonial comparative approachMohamed Mohamed Ahmed, Alshaymaa
2020…a settling stillness, weighted dust… A portfolio of original compositions and commentaryCave, Samuel Charles
2019Mimetic rivalry in shared virtual environments: A study of conflict and imitation in World of WarcraftGoren, Eli
2019Mailer‘s ghost: the record of a careerForss, Alexis Wiktor
2019Ecstatic Space: NEO-KUT and shamanic technologies-
2019An investigation into the cinematic representation of hegemonic spaces in 1960s and 1970s Iranian Rural FilmsSadeghi-Esfahlani, Asefeh
2019Quantum Music – Towards a unified aestheticBell, Adam
2019A new framework for rethinking love between women: the development of lesbian narrative in Irish women’s writing, 1801 – 2017Charczun, Anna
2019An existentialist frame for singing and singing teachingClethero, Sara
2019Performing agonism: democracy in crisis and the project of autonomy in art’s social turnMakka, Louiza
2018Wonder, grain, silence and notation: Commentary on a portfolio of compositionsBrignall, Oliver
2018Re-reading women’s patronage: The Cavendish/Talbot/Ogle CircleWheeler, Collette
2017Introducing neo-surrealism: The social science of performance artPuentes, Kalid
2018The return to Darwin in the contemporary British novel: An evolutionary response to postmodernism and social constructivismAbdulwahab, Hussain
2018A critical reflection on the conceptual and legal foundations of the duty to prevent tortureRenzulli, I
2018If self-publishing represents a vital, resistive addition to the literary field due to its democratisation of the publishing process and, crucially, the manner in which it empowers new authorial voices and character representation, what are the implications for high fantasy authors and the publishing industry?Dillon-Lee, Faith
2017A pluralistic spectrum of the mimeticFlett, Graham
2017Sangoma boyPenny, Sarah
2018Stay hungry, stay choosy: a dystopian novel based on insights from critical ethnographic research on the overeducated and underemployed in Italy and the United KingdomBuciu, Felicia Catalina
2017Becoming indiscernible: from bare life to female machines. A study of the philosophy of Agamben and Deleuze in the space of science fictionCox, Emily Venetia
2016Europe after the rain: Alan Burns and the post-war avant-gardeDevaney, Kieran John Michael
2017Towards hypertextual music: digital audio, deconstruction and computer music creationBritton, Sam
2017The performance of breathlessness on the pageWorden, Jessica
2017A critical review of four novels: Hitman, The Fixer, Baptism and SacrificeKinnings, Max
2016Unpacking the industrial, cultural and historical contexts of Doctor Who's fan-producersAdams, Mark Richard
2011Hacking traditional instruments: approaches to sound-oriented instrumental compositionMorales Murguía, Hugo
2014The professional officer class in post-war cinema – or how British films learned to stop worrying and love the affluent societyRoberts, Andrew
2017The culture of ‘the Culture’: utopian processes in Iain M. Banks’s space opera seriesNorman, Joseph S
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 50 of 141