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Al-Atawi, A. M. & Saleh, W. (2012). Tabuk study final report. Edinburgh, Scotland: Transport Research Institute
Tabuk study final report.
Wasson, S. (2011, August). Medical Gothic: organ harvesting and medicalised abjection in Kazuo Ishiguro and Neal Shusterman. Paper presented at Gothic limits / Gothic Ltd.’: 10th Biennial Conference of the International Gothic Association. 2-5 August 2011., University of Heidelberg, Germany
The International Gothic Association facilitates dissemination of research in Gothic and horror from the eighteenth century to the present, and the Conference is held once eve...
Wasson, S. (2009, July). Cannibal doubles: organ harvesting and the grotesque double in gothic science fiction. Paper presented at International Gothic Association Biannual Conference, Lancaster University
Interuniversitair Micro-Electronica Centrum vzw
The project focuses on the creation of responsive, wearable objects that create playful interactions by sensing bodily and environmental stimuli, and expressing these through activating elements that ...
The project is to investigate & model travel behaviour & investigate attitudes for HH in Saudi Arabia (SA) taking. Although there have been a large number of research investigations in the area of tr...
COMPASS will investigate ICT solutions for improving passenger co-modality for long-distiance, rural and urban travel.
Smith, S. (2008, January). Research knowledge transfer and testing facilities ot Scottish universities. Paper presented at Scottish Construction Centre
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Wasson, S. (2014). Recalcitrant Tissue: Organ Transfer and the Struggle for Narrative Control. In J. Edwards (Ed.), Technologies of the Gothic in Literature and Culture: Technogothics, 99-112. Routledge
The Gothic has long been interested in failed communities, the snapping or violating of ties between kin or neighbours. As the Gothic mutates into new forms today, it is incre...
Wasson, S. (2014). Scalpel and Metaphor: The Ceremony of Organ Harvest in Gothic Science Fiction. Gothic Studies. 17, 104-123. doi:10.7227/GS.17.1.8. ISSN 1362-7937
In organ transfer, tissue moves through a web of language. Metaphors reclassify the tissue to enable its redeployment, framing the process for practitioners and public. The pr...
Wasson, S. (2009). Olalla's legacy: twentieth century vampire fiction and genetic previvorship. Journal of Stevenson Studies. 7, 55-81. ISSN 1744-3857
Although Robert Louis Stevenson’s short story ‘Olalla’ does not use the word ‘vampire’ at any point, it contains a cluster of motifs that have led critics to identify it as a ...
Wasson, S. (2004). Love in the time of cloning: science fictions of transgressive kinship. Extrapolation. 45, 130-144. ISSN 0014-5483
This article presents a discussion on science fiction related to cloning. Science fiction has long played with the notion of the doubled self, and the speculative potential of...
Wasson, S. (2006). Recalcitrant copies and vulnerable bodies: literary engagements with human cloning
The aim of this research is to identify and quantify the changes to driver behaviour, with a specific emphasis on safety, that result f...