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'Go be gay for that poor, dead intern!': Conversion fantasies and Gay Anxieties in Supernatural'
(ECW Press, 2011-10-11)
Public Radio Broadcasting and Cultural Pluralism - South Africa's Case of 'Holy Cultural Matrimony'
A closer analysis of the long and arduous journey traversed by African nationalism often shows ethnicity marching along as an invisible ‘matrimonial’ partner. It is on that note that this article seeks to present South ...
'It is caused of the womans part or of the mans part': the role of gender in the diagnosis and treatment of sexual dysfunction in early modern England.
Philip Barrough wrote in 1590 that barrenness ‘is caused of the womans part or of the mans part’. By the eighteenth century, however, barrenness was perceived as a female disorder distinguished from male impotence. Few ...
Time and work at the Bank of England.
(Centre for Economic Policy Research, 2011-05-22)
Working 9 to 5, Monday to Friday is the typical grind in Anglo-Saxon economies. In some professions, longer hours and low pay for junior workers is justified by the end reward of much better pay and a better work-life ...
Force-interactive patterns in immigration discourse: A Cognitive Linguistic approach to CDA
In the last few years, a highly productive space has been created for Cognitive Linguistics inside critical discourse analysis. So far, however, this space has been reserved almost exclusively for critical metaphor studies ...
The changing spaces of war commemoration : A multimodal analysis of the discourses of British monuments
This paper examines the way that war monuments infuse our public physical spaces, and therefore our internal mental spaces, with discourses that legitimize war, soldiery and militarism in different ways at different times ...
British Literature of World War I
(Pickering and Chatto, 2011-02)
Given the popular and scholarly interest in the First World War it is surprising how little contemporary literary work is available. This 5 volume anthology aims to redress this balance, making available a collection of ...
Criticism and Creativity
(Sussex Academic Press, 2011)
Michael Sweetman and the Just Society
(A & A Farmar, 2011)
Connected histories : a new web search tool for British historians
Launched at a workshop held at the Institute of Historical Research on 31 March, Connected Histories (<http://www.connectedhistories.org>) provides integrated search access to eleven electronic resources encompassing an ...