Bremner, N., & Bahmad, J. (2017)
Introduction. French Cultural Studies, 28(3), 241-247. https://doi.org/10.1177/0957155817714118
Although the act of labelling cultural practices or products as trash is often framed as a casual dismissal based on self-evident assumptions, it can in fact be viewed as a me...
'Femme Publique':The brothel sex worker as anti-Flaneuse in the television series Maison Close.
Artt, S. (2018)
'Femme Publique':The brothel sex worker as anti-Flaneuse in the television series Maison Close. In M. Pietrzak-Franger, N. Pleßke, & E. Voigts (Eds.), Transforming Cities (91-106). Heidelberg, Germany: Universitätsverlag Winter
The figure of the prostitute has long been associated with the city and although prostitution may take place anywhere, the connection between female prostitution and the city ...
STV At 60
Scott, A. (2018)
STV At 60. International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen, 11(1), 29-50
This article traces the history of Scottish Television (STV) since it was first established as the independent television channel serving central Scotland in 1957 by charting ...
Flint, T., & Turner, P. (2016)
Enactive appropriation. AI & society, 31(1), 41-49. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00146-015-0582-y
The appropriation of digital artefacts involves their use, which has changed, evolved or developed beyond their original design. Thus, to understand appropriation, we must und...
The Terrors of the Night: Charms against the Nightmare and the Mythology of Dreams
Milne, L. S. (2017)
The Terrors of the Night: Charms against the Nightmare and the Mythology of Dreams. Incantatio : An International Journal on Charms, Charmers and Charming, 6, 78-116. https://doi.org/10.7592/incantatio2017_6_milne
This article takes a semiotic and structuralist approach to understanding the characteristic nightmare package of imagery, or image-constellation, which appears also in charms...
Representing Scottish Communities on Screen
Scott, A. (2017)
Representing Scottish Communities on Screen. In S. Malik, C. Chapain, & R. Comunian (Eds.), Community Filmmaking : Diversity, Practices and Places (60-75). Routledge
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One, Two, Three, Many: Dream-Culture, Charms and Nightmares
Milne, L. S. (2019)
One, Two, Three, Many: Dream-Culture, Charms and Nightmares. In E. Pocs, J. Kapaló, L. S. Milne, & C. Somerville (Eds.), Charms and Charming: Studies on Magic in Everyday Life, (129-167). Ljubljana: Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts
Researchers may focus on charms as evidence about belief-systems in particular regions, periods or demographics; for insights into wider theoretical issues in the anthropology...