Crawford, D. N. (2016). Between the Cracks: Theme, Screenwriting and Visual Structure. (Thesis)
This research explores the manual approach to screenwriting and finds that the element of theme is not examined with the same analytical focus as other primary elements, plot,...
Lyall, S. (2016, August). Fiery Speech”: Vision and Violence in the Poetry of W. B. Yeats and Patrick Pearse. Paper presented at ESSE 2016, National University of Ireland, Galway
This paper examines the work of two of the main protagonists behind the cultural and political revival of Ireland in the early twentieth century, W. B. Yeats and Patrick Pears...
Schwan, A. (2005, September). Women's Imprisonment and Penal Reform: Historical Continuities and Critical Interventions. Paper presented at 6th Annual Conference of the British Association for Victorian Studies, University of Gloucestershire
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Schwan, A. (2005, April). From 'Dry Volumes of Facts and Figures' to Stories of 'Flesh and Blood': Female Criminality in the Prison Narratives of Frederick William Robinson. Paper presented at Victorian Criminalities Conference, Exeter University
Schwan, A. (2004, September). Writing a History of Sensations from Below: Gallows Literature and the 'Last Lamentations' of Female Criminals. Paper presented at 5th Annual Conference of the British Association for Victorian Studies, Keele University
Schwan, A. (2004, January). 'Reclaiming' Female Prisoners: Early Models of Rehabilitation and Prevention in the Work of Elizabeth Fry and Mary Carpenter. Paper presented at Gender, Crime and Culture: Feminist Crime Research Network Conference, Nottingham Galleries of Justice
Schwan, A. (2003, September). Philanthropic Experiments: Gendered Discipline and the Politics of Female Prison Reform. Paper presented at 4th Annual Conference of the British Association for Victorian Studies, Aberystwyth University
Schwan, A. (2003, August). Re-Writing Women's Prison History: Gender, Class and Authority in Margaret Atwood's Alias Grace and Sarah Waters's Affinity. Paper presented at Hystorical Fictions, Swansea University
Schwan, A. (2001, November). Disciplining Female Bodies: Women and Social Control. Paper presented at Postmodern Practices, University of Erlangen, Germany
Lyall, S. (2019). Minor Modernisms: The Scottish Renaissance and the Translation of German-language Modernism. Modernist Cultures, 14(2), 213-235. https://doi.org/10.3366/mod.2019.0251
Germany has been epitomised in the twentieth century as Britain’s main rival and adversary. Yet Scottish modernists were influenced by Germany and German-language modernism to...
Frayn, A., & Phillips, T. (2018). Introduction: War and Memory. Journal of War and Culture Studies, 11(3), 181-191. doi:10.1080/17526272.2018.1490075
This introduction situates the articles in this journal issue within recent scholarship about war and memory. The plethora of available terminology is addressed, tracing memo...
Frayn, A. (2018). Social Remembering, Disenchantment and First World War Literature, 1918–1930. Journal of War and Culture Studies, 11(3), 192-208. doi:10.1080/17526272.2018.1490072
The way that the First World War would be remembered was yet to be solidified in the years immediately after the Armistice and peace treaties. Using key case studies from the...
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
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 ...