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Dave Eggers' Zeitoun and Katrina's Southern Biopolitics
(Lexington Books, 2014-12)
Review Article: Shakespeare and Perception
This article reads some familiar speeches from key Shakespeare plays in the light of modern theories of perception, asking the Shakespeare texts for advice on such matters as “inattentional blindness,” “the distribution ...
'Thirty year ago': the complex legacy of Political Shakespeare
This paper was delivered in the plenary session of the Shakespeare Association of America’s annual meeting in St Louis, April 2014, alongside papers from Ania Loomba and Jonathan Dollimore. The purpose of the panel was to ...
The Early Wittgenstein on Metaphysics, Natural Science, Language and Value
Body, Soul and Cyberspace in Contemporary Science Fiction Cinema : Virtual Worlds and Ethical Problems
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2014-09)
Body, Soul and Cyberspace explores how recent science-fiction cinema addresses questions about the connections between body and soul, virtuality, and the ways in which we engage with spirituality in the digital age. The ...
Female Barrenness, Bodily Access and Aromatic Treatments in Seventeenth-Century England
Scholars examining medical practice in early modern England have often remarked upon the complexities of the relationship between male physicians and female patients. It has been noted that ideas of female modesty and ...
Africa : regional overview
(Minority Rights Group International, London, 2014-07)
Hate speech and hate crime remain difficult issues in Southern Africa, where the legacies of colonialism and apartheid embedded concepts of racial difference and tribalism. In 2013 South Africa took steps towards identifying ...
(Taylor & Francis, 2014-06-28)
After opening with a brief discussion of the etymology of the Danish terms Tilgivelse and Forladelse, this paper moves on to discuss how Kierkegaard addresses the theme of forgiveness throughout his authorship. The discussion ...