School of Culture and Communication - Research Publications
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Pressures, opportunities and costs facing research library acquisitions budgets: an Australian perspective
(Taylor & Francis, 2014)
In 2012, Harvard University said it could no longer afford the high cost of academic journal subscriptions. The aim of this paper is to discuss the pressures, opportunities and costs facing research library acquisitions ...
Emotions and War: Medieval to Romantic Literature
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2015)
(Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2014)
Marlowe and Electronic Resources
Adapting desires in Behn’s "The History of the Nun"
(Penn Press, 2015)
Aphra Behn’s The History of the Nun; or the Fair Vow Breaker (1689) was the originary text of at least five more versions throughout the eighteenth century. This lurid tale of broken vows, excessive desire and shocking ...
Eliza Haywood’s progress through the passions
Passionate motifs—usually the passion of love and the dangerous consequences of hyper-emotionality—pervade Eliza Haywood’s early novellas. This repetition of emotionality and the sustained analytical voice which comments ...
Novels, philosophies, and sex
(Scholar Commons, University of South Florida, 2014)
Hultquist reviews Rebecca Tierney-Hynes's "Novel Minds: Philosophers and Romance Readers, 1680-1740" (Palgrave 2012) and Kathleen Lubey's "Excitable Imaginations: Eroticism and Reading in Britain, 1660-1760" (Bucknell, 2012).
Bringing order to the passions: Eliza Haywood’s fiction, 1719 and 1748
The conversation surrounding the importance, significance, and use of the passions reached a kind of fevered pitch in the eighteenth century, the supposed Age of Reason. By the early eighteenth century, the passions were ...
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." ...
Absent children and the emergence of female subjectivity in Haywood’s "The British recluse" and "The city jilt"
(AMS Press, Inc., 2015)
This paper examines the trope of still-birth in Haywood’s The British Recluse, and how that trope functions as an emblem of one of the ways in which the amatory heroine creates a viable “personhood” outside of the traditional ...