School of Culture and Communication - Research Publications
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Marlowe and Electronic Resources
Review of the books Stuart women playwrights, 1613-1713 and Teaching British women playwrights of the restoration and eighteenth century
(Valdosta State University, 2010)
Hultquist reviews Bonnie Nelson and Catherine Burroughs, eds. "Teaching British Women Playwrights of the Restoration and Eighteenth Century." (MLA, 2010) and Pilar Cuder-Dominguez. "Stuart Women Playwrights, 1613-1713." ...
Marriage in Haywood; or, amatory reading rewarded
(Lehigh University Press, 2011)
By reading Eliza Haywood more widely and considering works that bridge her career, it becomes clear that a drastic reformation in style and theme did not really occur between Haywood's early and later publications. Because ...
Haywood’s re-appropriation of the amatory heroine in Betsy Thoughtless
(University of Iowa, 2006)
Eliza Haywood’s domestic fiction, epitomized by The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless (1751), does not reject the modes of her earlier amatory fiction work (such as her 1724 Fantomina), but instead dialectically incorporates ...
Amy’s Children, by Olga Masters
Discourses of affinity in the reading communities of Geoffrey Chaucer
(Ohio State University Press, 1999)
Wynnere and Wastoure
(Oxford University Press, 1990)
Mornings with Radio 774: can John Howard’s medium of choice enhance public sphere activity?
This paper addresses the necessity for program-specific analysis in radio research by focussing on Jon Faine’s Morning Program on ABC Radio 774 (Melbourne). After establishing the present Prime Minister’s preference for ...
lntertextuality and ontology
(Manchester University Press, 1990)
The concept of intertextuality requires that we understand the concept of text not as a self-contained structure but as differential and historical. Texts are shaped not by an immanent time but by the play of divergent ...
Literature as regime (meditations on an emergence)
(Manchester University Press, 2002)
At the beginning of Joseph Roth’s novel The Radetzky March a young infantry lieutenant, seeing the Emperor accidentally put himself in danger in the course of the battle of Solferino, pushes him to the ground and receives ...