An investigation into the life and publishing history of a ‘New Woman’ author. (Thesis)
This thesis investigates the publishing history of a significant New Woman author of the Edwardian period, Katherine Cecil Thurston (1875-1911). Until now Thurston’s literary ...
McCleery, A., & Copeland, C. (2009, June). Putting tartan in the mix: the strange case of "Gideon Mack". Paper presented at Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing Conference, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
Burnett, J., Hughes, K., Macraild, D. M. & Smith, M. (2011). Scottish migrants in the Northern ‘Irish sea industrial zone’, 1841–1911: preliminary patterns and perspectives. Northern History. 49, 75-98. doi:10.1179/174587012X13230354351663. ISSN 0078-172X
Burnett, J., & MacRaild, D. M. (2006). The Irish and Scots on Tyneside. In R. Colls, & B. Lancaster (Eds.), Northumbria: a New HistoryPhillimore
Schwan, A. (2001). Disciplining female bodies: Foucault and the imprisonment of women. In T. Dorfler, & C. Globisch (Eds.), Postmodern Practices. Beitrage zu einer vergehenden epocheLit Verlag
Atton, C. (1998). Knowledge, resistance and critical spaces: the role of radical media in new social movements. In Barker, C. & Tyldesley, M. (Eds.). Fifth International Conference on Alternative Futures and popular protest II: A Selection of Papers from the Conference, 29 - 31 March 1999