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Fraser, B. (2018). A Sojourner's Calcutta: Through the Colonial Lens. In B. Fraser, T. Mukherjee, & A. Sen (Eds.), Scottish Orientalism and the Bengal Renaissance: The Continuum of Ideas, 30-47. Edinburgh, Scotland: Luath Press
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Cityscapes of the Future, 49-65. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill Academic Publishers. doi:10.1163/9789004361317_005
This chapter investigates the ways in which China Miéville’s Perdido Street Station, Alastair Reynolds’ Terminal World and Christopher Priest’s Inverted World represent govern...
Artt, S. (2017). The Postfeminist Tart: Neo-Victorian Villainy and Sex Work in Ripper Street. In B. Poore (Ed.), Neo-Victorian Villains: adaptations and transformations in popular cultureLeiden; Boston;: Brill Academic Publishers
This chapter examines the trajectory of Rose, the recurring victim-heroine of Ripper Street and the villains that define her. Ripper Street appears initially as an example of ...
B. Fraser, T. Mukherjee, & A. Sen (Eds.), (2017). Confluence of Minds: The Rabindranath Tagore and Patrick Geddes Reader on Education and Environment
This collection of seminal correspondences between Indian Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore and Scottish polymath Robert Geddes are testimony to a great friendship and an eve...
Fraser, B. (2017). Rabindranath Tagore: An Introduction to their Ideas on Education and the Environment. In B. Fraser, T. Mukherjee, & A. Sen (Eds.), Confluence of Minds: The Rabindranath Tagore and Patrick Geddes Reader on Education and Environment, 1-13. Edinburgh, Scotland: Luath Press
Frayn, A. (2016). “Now – Well, Look at the Chart”: Mapping, Maps and Literature. In S. D. Brunn, & M. Dodge (Eds.), Mapping Across Academia, 259-285. Dordrecht: Springer Verlag. doi:10.1007/978-94-024-1011-2_13
This chapter examines the resistance in literary criticism to making maps. Literary analysis is deeply invested in the construction of space and associated theories, but these...
(2015). The Wire and America's Dark Corners: Critical Essays. ISBN 0786479183
Keeble, A. (2014). The 9/11 Novel: Trauma, Politics and Identity. McFarland & Company, Inc
Sambell, K. (2011). “Here’s looking at you, kid.’’ From Big Brother to Big Brother: teenagers under surveillance. In Ní Bhroin, C. & Kennon, P. (Eds.). What do we tell the children? : critical essays on children's literature, 182-195. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN 9781443837880
This chapter discusses the ways in which the young adult author, Melvin Burgess, engages with the theme of surveillance. It will focus on his 2006 novel, Sara's Face, arguing...
Sambell, K. (2002). Presenting the case for social change: the creative dilemma of dystopian writing for children. In Hintz, C. & Ostry, E. (Eds.). Utopian and dystopian fiction for children and youth, 163-178. Taylor & Francis (Routledge). ISBN 9780415940177, 9780415803649
Hintz, C., Ostry, E., Sambell, K. & Totaro, R. C. N. (2002). Annotated bibliography of utopian and dystopian children's fiction. In Hintz, C. & Ostry, E. (Eds.). Utopian and dystopian writing for children and young adults, 200-231. Taylor & Francis (Routledge). ISBN 9780415940177, 0415940176
This volume examines a variety of utopian writing for children from the 18th century to the present day, defining and exploring this new genre in the field of children's liter...