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    Bale, Anthony (2020) Reflections on Chaucer, Pedagogy, and the Profession of Medieval Studies. New Chaucer Studies: Pedagogy and Profession 1 (1), pp. 5-17.

    Bintley, Mike (2020) Hrinde Bearwas: the trees at the Mere and the root of all evil in Beowulf. Journal of English and Germanic Philology 119 (3), pp. 309-326. ISSN 0363-6941.

    Bisson, Robin and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) F1000 buyout may have ‘strange consequences’. Research Fortnight , ISSN 1358-1198.

    Bisson, Robin and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Open access payments pose tracking problem. Research Fortnight , ISSN 1358-1198.

    Brooker, Joseph (2020) Not winnin’ anymore: Boys from The Blackstuff and the literature of recession. Crossings: A Journal of English Studies , pp. 40-53. ISSN 2071-1107.

    Burdett, Carolyn (2020) Sympathy - Antipathy in Daniel Deronda. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century (29), ISSN 1755-1560.

    Burdett, Carolyn and Armstrong, I. (2020) Introduction. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century (29), ISSN 1755-1560.

    Calè, Luisa (2020) “A Dream of Thiralatha”: promiscuous book gatherings and the wanderings of Blake’s separate plates. Studies in Romanticism 59 (4), pp. 431-445. ISSN 0039-3762.

    Calè, Luisa (2020) Extra-illustration and ephemera: altered books and the alternative forms of the fugitive page. Eighteenth-Century Life 44 (2), pp. 111-135. ISSN 0098-2601.

    Calè, Luisa (2020) Modern Sibyls and sibylline media. Studies in Romanticism 59 (1), pp. 45-69. ISSN 0039-3762.

    Clucas, Stephen (2020) “The curious ways to observe weight in Water”: Thomas Harriot and his experiments on specific gravity. Early Science and Medicine 25 (4), pp. 302-327. ISSN 1383-7427 Online.

    Clucas, Stephen and Raylor, T.J. (2020) Kenelm Digby’s two treatises and the reception of the Galilean science of motion. Galileana: Journal of Galilean Studies 17 , pp. 91-116. ISSN 1825-3903.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Academic books I'm writing. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Accelerating Synology RAID 6 (SHR-2) reshapes. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Backlist to the Future: a new business model for university presses and open-access books. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Close Reading with Computers is now open access at Stanford University Press. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Distance and Depth. Stanford University Press Blog ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The Edited Collection and its Discontents. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The Emergence of Threat Infrastructures: Plan S and Behavioral Change. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Equivocationary Horseshit: Post-Correlationist Aesthetics and Post-Critical Ethics in the Works of David Foster Wallace. Open Library of Humanities 6 (1), ISSN 2056-6700.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Getting the Gist of Reading. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) How can we afford Open Access in the humanities disciplines? Expert Voices ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) How to Fake a 19th-Century Novel. Public Books ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) How to install Ubuntu on the HP Dragonfly Elite (hint: disable Optane). martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) I4OC open citations implementation in Janeway. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) If I could radically reshape copyright law for research. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Is ‘the money in the system’? martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Key Points from The UKRI Open Access Review Consultation Document. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Literature in the Digital Age. The Leverhulme Trust Newsletter ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Museums continue to make third-party licensing for academic scholarship a total pain. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) My 2020 year in review. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) My draft response to the UKRI OA consultation. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Notes on Raym Crow. (2009). Income Models for Open Access: An Overview of Current Practice. SPARC. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Notes on Susan Leigh Star’s ‘The Ethnography of Infrastructure’. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The Observer should not offer column inches to allow Oxford College principals to denigrate other universities. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On Reassembling Scholarly Communications. BoOkmArks ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On Reassembling Scholarly Communications: A book about the ethics and egalitarianism of open access. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On Springer and APCs 'in the wild. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On a challenge of print subsidy for OA. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On academic journals as clubs. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On business model generation for open access monographs. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On critical design and designing for provocation. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On participatory design in library architecture. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On the ethics of studying pirate cultures. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On the overhead of 'business models. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On ‘The Political Histories of UK Public Libraries and Access to Knowledge’. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Open Access and Neoliberalism. Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 9 (1), pp. 22-26.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Open Access in the Plague Year. Research Fortnight , ISSN 1358-1198.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Open access monographs and the REF-after-REF 2021. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Rapid-response grants and disciplinary boundaries. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Reading ‘The Democratisation Myth’ and thinking through decolonial OA. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Resolutions, and The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly Parts of Academia. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Rethinking assessment during the pandemic, particularly re. disability equality. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Retractions against racial discrimination. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Some reflections on the politics of open peer review. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Some reflections on the professionalization of my disciplines. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Subscribe to Open and Plan S. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The T&F buyout of F1000 neutralizes the Plan S threat infrastructures. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Textual Scholarship and Contemporary Literary Studies: Jennifer Egan’s Editorial Processes and the Archival Edition of Emerald City. LIT: Literature, Interpretation, Theory 31 (1), pp. 25-41. ISSN 1043-6928.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Transformative agreements in the time of COVID-19. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Why academic bookstores? martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Writing a data management plan. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Zotero and auto-downloading open access books. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) An anecdote on editing. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) davmail uses Java certificate store, not central ca-certificates. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The easing of shielding: the UK government's abrogation of responsibility. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The future of humanities research work and OA monographs. WonkHE ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) A hypothesis: kernel function density estimation and graphing may predict literary critical attention. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The open-access monograph conundrum can be solved. Times Higher Education ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) An update on my Warez book: a book about the artforms of the high-level piracy scene. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul and Clemente Vega, Paula and Edwards, Caroline (2020) Lessons From the Open Library of Humanities. LIBER Quarterly 30 (1), ISSN 2213-056X.

    Fraser, Hilary (2020) Sister arts: the life of colour and the colour of life in the work of Alice Meynell and Elizabeth Butler. Word & Image 36 (1), pp. 48-63. ISSN 0266-6286.

    Grove, Jack and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Humanities scholars warn over UKRI’s plan for open-access books. Times Higher Education ,

    Hosseini, Mohammad and Eve, Martin Paul and Gordijn, Bert and Neylon, Cameron (2020) MyCites: a proposal to mark and report inaccurate citations in scholarly publications. Research Integrity and Peer Review 5 (13),

    Jones, Sophie A. (2020) Minimalism’s attention deficit: distraction, description, and Mary Robison’s Why Did I Ever. American Literary History 32 (2), pp. 301-327. ISSN 1468-4365.

    Jones, Sophie A. (2020) Minimalism’s attention deficit: distraction, description, and Mary Robison’s Why Did I Ever. American Literary History 32 (2), pp. 301-327. ISSN 0896-7148.

    Kim, S.J. (2020) Dear Manchester Chinatown. Tarpaulin Sky ,

    Lem, Pola and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Evolve or Perish. Research Professional ,

    Lem, Pola and Nicholson, Craig and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Resolving Plan S conflicts. Research Fortnight (513), pp. 8-9. ISSN 1358-1198.

    Leslie, Esther (2020) Devices and the designs on us: of dust and gadgets. West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture 27 (1), ISSN 2153-5531.

    Leslie, Esther (2020) Gilbert Bayes’ Clock: British Art Studies conversation piece: luxury and crisis. British Art Studies (16), ISSN 2058-5462.

    Leslie, Esther (2020) Political aesthetics. International Lexicon of Aesthetics , ISSN 2611-5166.

    Leslie, Esther (2020) The particulars of the Avant Garde: between aesthetic experience and insult, experiment and insularity. Darmstädter Beiträge zur Neuen Musik 25 , ISSN 0418-3878.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2020) After Monster Theory? Gareth Edwards' 'Monsters'. Science Fiction Film and Television 13 (2), pp. 269-290. ISSN 1754-3770.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2020) The Chinese Virus. Critical Inquiry , ISSN 0093-1896. (In Press)

    Luckhurst, Roger (2020) Escape from New York. the modernist (36), pp. 58-63. ISSN 2046-2905.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2020) Last and First Men (review). Sight & Sound 30 (7), pp. 68-69. ISSN 0037-4806.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2020) Lovecraft Country (review). Sight & Sound 30 (8), pp. 74-75. ISSN 0037-4806.

    Matthews, David and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Research funders urge caution over demanding ‘excellence’. Times Higher Education ,

    McAllister, David (2020) Dickens’s ‘school of affliction’: learning from death in Nicholas Nickleby and The Old Curiosity Shop. Victoriographies: A Journal of Nineteenth-Century Writing 10 , ISSN 2044-2416. (In Press)

    McIntyre, Fiona and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) REF could demand compliance with Plan S in future. Research Professional ,

    Mills, Victoria (2020) Charles Kingsley's 'Hypatia', visual culture and Late-Victorian gender politics. Journal of Victorian Culture 25 (2), pp. 240-263. ISSN 1355-5502.

    Myerson, Sasha (2020) Global cyberpunk: reclaiming utopia in Japanese cyberpunk film. Science Fiction Film & Television 13 (3), pp. 363-386. ISSN 1754-3789.

    O'Brien, Sean Joseph (2020) The law of diminishing returns: precarity and nonreproduction in The Fall. Crossings: A Journal of English Studies , pp. 82-97. ISSN 2071-1107.

    Pells, Rachael and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Axing of VAT on digital journals ‘will benefit universities’. Research Fortnight , ISSN 1358-1198.

    Pells, Rachael and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) UKRI move ‘could be huge blow’ for Plan S. Research Professional ,

    Penier, Izabella and Eve, Martin Paul and Grady, Tom (2020) COPIM – Revenue Models for Open Access Monographs 2020. Zenodo ,

    Rudy, Susan (2020) Gender's ontoformativity, or refusing to be spat out of reality: reclaiming queer women’s solidarity through experimental writing. Feminist Theory 21 (3), pp. 351-365. ISSN 1464-7001.

    Severin, Anna and Egger, Matthias and Eve, Martin Paul and Hürlimann, Daniel (2020) Discipline-specific open access publishing practices and barriers to change: an evidence-based review (version 2). F1000Research 7 (1925), ISSN 2046-1402.

    Seymour, Laura (2020) The feasting table as a gateway to hell on the early modern stage and page. Renaissance Studies 34 (3), pp. 392-411. ISSN 0269-1213.

    Walsh, Fintan (2020) Pugilistic queer performance: working through and working out. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 26 (4), pp. 701-722. ISSN 1064-2684.

    Warner, Marina (2020) Unknowability and pleasure: the case of the vanishing referent. Social Research 87 (1), pp. 29-50. ISSN 0037-783X.

    Wharton, Joanna (2020) Maria Edgeworth and the Telegraph. European Romantic Review 36 (1), ISSN 1050-9585. (In Press)

    Winning, Jo (2020) The use of an object: exploring physician burnout through object relations theory. BMJ Medical Humanities , ISSN 1468-215X.

    Book Review

    Bauer, Heike (2020) Female Husbands: A Trans History by Jen Manion (Cambridge University Press, 2020). [Book Review]

    Brooker, Joseph (2020) Serial Encounters: Ulysses and The Little Review. Clare Hutton. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. [Book Review]

    Leslie, Esther (2020) Käthe Kollwitz: Prints, Process, Politics. [Book Review]

    Editorial/Introduction

    Calè, Luisa and Brooker, Marianne (2020) Introduction: Sibylline Leaves. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Walsh, Fintan (2020) Between breaths. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Walsh, Fintan (2020) Climates of denial. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Walsh, Fintan (2020) Wound work. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Book Section

    Bale, Anthony (2020) Lydgate's Chaucer. In: Conklin Akbari, S. and Simpson, J. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Chaucer. Oxford Handbooks. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 580-600. ISBN 9780199582655.

    Bale, Anthony (2020) Pilgrims' books. In: Gillespie, A. and Lynch, D. (eds.) The Unfinished Book. Oxford Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198830801.

    Bale, Anthony and Ingham, P. (2020) Chaucer's sense of an ending. In: Grady, F. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to the Canterbury Tales. Cambridge Companions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781316848463.

    Bintley, Mike (2020) Reading early Medieval landscape and environment: materially engaged approaches to documentary sources. In: Willard, T. (ed.) Reading the Natural World: Perceptions of the Natural World and Environment in the Global Middle Ages and Renaissance. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: (incl. Co-Publications with Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies [MRTS]) 46. Brepols, pp. 3-20. ISBN 9782503590448.

    Bintley, Mike (2020) Romans, Britons, and the Construction of ‘Anglo-Saxon’ Identity. In: Kaminski-Jones, F. and Kaminski-Jones, R. (eds.) Celts, Romans, Britons: Classical and Celtic Influence in the Construction of British Identities. Classical Presences. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 31-49. ISBN 9780198863076.

    Burdett, Carolyn (2020) Vernon Lee 1856-1935. In: Scholl, L. (ed.) Palgrave Encyclopedia of Victorian Women Writers. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9783030027216.

    Calè, Luisa (2020) Remade. In: Lynch, D. and Gillespie, A. (eds.) The Unfinished Book. Oxford Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198830801. (In Press)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Violins in the Subway: Scarcity Correlations, Evaluative Cultures, and Disciplinary Authority in the Digital Humanities. In: Edmond, Jennifer (ed.) Digital Technology and the Practices of Humanities Research. Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, pp. 105-122. ISBN 978-1-78374-841-9.

    Flynn, Molly (2020) Ivan Vyrypaev and Natalia Vorozhbyt: language, memory, and cultural mythology in Russian and Ukrainian new drama. In: Delgado, M. and Lease, B. and Rebellato, D. (eds.) Contemporary European Playwrights. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9781138084216.

    Flynn, Molly (2020) Stages of change: Ukraine’s theatre of displaced people. In: UNSPECIFIED (ed.) New Drama in Russian: Performance, Politics and Protest. Library of Modern Russia. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 9781788313506. (In Press)

    Fraser, Hilary (2020) British Decadence and Renaissance Italy. In: Murray, A. (ed.) Decadence: A Literary History. Cambridge University Press, pp. 47-64. ISBN 9781108426299.

    Fraser, Hilary (2020) British decadence and Renaissance Italy. In: Murray, A. (ed.) Decadence: A Literary History. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 47-64. ISBN 9781108640527.

    Halden, Grace (2020) British Science Fiction 1990-2017: technology themed fiction in the light of the new millennium and speculative ‘Singularity’. In: Bradford, Richard and Gonzalez, M. and Butler, S. and Ward, J. and De Ornellas, K. (eds.) The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Contemporary British and Irish Literature. Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Literature Series. Wiley Blackwell, pp. 643-654. ISBN 9781119099796. (Submitted)

    Leslie, Esther (2020) Clouds over Somers Town. In: Hatherley, O. (ed.) The Alternative Guide to the London Boroughs. London, UK: Open City. ISBN 9781916016910.

    Leslie, Esther (2020) Taking a beating. In: Hasham, L. (ed.) Heather Phillipson. London, UK: Prestel. ISBN 9783791359526.

    Leslie, Esther (2020) Touchscreen. In: Pryor, S. and Trotter, D. (eds.) Writing, Machine, Code: Modern Technographies. Open Humanities Press. ISBN 9781785420061. (In Press)

    Leslie, Esther (2020) The street and the fragment aesthetics of experience; aesthetics of the particular in David Frisby. In: Giannakopoulou, G. and Gilloch, G. (eds.) The Detective of Modernity: Essays on the Work of David Frisby. Classical and Contemporary Social Theory. Routledge. ISBN 9780367192563.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2020) Afterword: Weird in the walls. In: Greve, J. and Zappe, F. (eds.) The American Weird: Concept and Medium. London, UK: Bloomsbury, pp. 248-257. ISBN 9781350141193.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2020) The Omega Factor: the revival of telepathy in the 1970s. In: Schlicht, L. and Seeman, C. and Kassung, C. (eds.) Mind Reading as a Cultural Practice. Palgrave Studies in Science and Popular Culture. London, UK: Palgrave, pp. 43-62. ISBN 9783030394189.

    Mills, Victoria (2020) Women and the imagination of museums. In: Scholl, L. (ed.) The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Victorian Women’s Writing. Palgrave. ISBN 9783030027216.

    Msiska, Mpalive Hangson (2020) Wide-angled modernities and alternative metropolitan imaginaries. In: Nasta, S. and Stein, M. (eds.) The Cambridge History of Black and Asian British Writing. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781107195448. (In Press)

    Rudy, Susan (2020) Reading for queer openings: moving. archives of the self. Fred Wah. In: Morra, Linda M. (ed.) Moving Archives. Waterloo, Canada: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, pp. 169-190. ISBN 9781771124027.

    Walsh, Fintan (2020) Pathogenic performativity: urban contagion and Fascist affect. In: Shepherd-Barr, K. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Theatre and Science. Cambridge Companions to Theatre and Performance. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781108676533.

    Wiseman, Susan J. (2020) Complaint in the wilderness: Mary Rowlandson speaks with Job. In: Ross, S. and Smith, R. (eds.) Early Modern Women’s Complaint: Gender, Form, and Politics. Early Modern Literature in History. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9783030429454. (In Press)

    Conference or Workshop Item

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Basic Instinct: On Relatively Simple Computation and Literary Study​. In: ATNU/IES Virtual Speaker Series, 16 December 2020, Newcastle University, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Beyond APCs. In: Beyond APCs: Exploring new, more inclusive business models for open access publishing, 9th April 2020, Digital Webinar. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Distance and Depth, Computers and Close Reading. In: CDH Seminar, 27th May 2020, University of Cambridge, UK.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Doing it to Ourselves: Pandemic-Proofing Humanities Scholarship. In: CHASE Virtual Encounters, 3-4 December, 2020, Birkbeck, University of London, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The Open Library of Humanities and COPIM. In: Seeking Sustainability: Publishing Models for an Open Access Age, 2nd April 2020, Society for Scholarly Publishing. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Opening the Future: Revenue Models for Open-Access Monographs. In: OPERAS Conference: Opening Up Social Sciences and Humanities in Europe: From Promises to Reality, 2-4 November 2020, Online. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Plan S and Alternative Business Models. In: Modern Law Review meeting, 12th February 2020, London School of Economics, London, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) A new funding model for open-access monographs. In: 15th Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing, 18-19 November 2020, Norway, Online. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul and Banks, Chris and Webster, Carrie (2020) Plan S: Understanding challenges and resolving conflicts. In: Research Professional Live 2020: Shaping the Future: Research in an Age of Uncertainty, 5th February 2020, The Royal Society, London, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul and Morka, Agata (2020) On Reassembling Scholarly Communications. In: BoOkmArks, 23rd November 2020, OA Books Network. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul and Staines, Heather and Farrell, Emily and Berghahn, Vivian (2020) OA Books and Business Models​. In: University Press Redux, 25th June 2020, University of Cambridge, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul and Taylor, Joanna (2020) Interview on Close Reading with Computers: Textual Scholarship, Computational Formalism, and David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas. In: New Books Network, 29th September 2020, University of Manchester, UK.

    Book

    Eve, Martin Paul and Gray, Jonathan, eds. (2020) Reassembling Scholarly Communications: Histories, Infrastructures, and Global Politics of Open Access. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

    Bell, Julia (2020) Radical attention. Peninsula Press. ISBN 9781999922375.

    Bintley, Mike (2020) Settlements and strongholds in Early Medieval England: texts, landscapes, and material culture. Studies in the Early Middle Ages 45. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols. ISBN 9782503583846. (In Press)

    Blacklock, Mark (2020) Hinton. London, UK: Granta. ISBN 9781783785209. (In Press)

    Fifield, Peter (2020) Modernism and physical illness: sick books. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198825425. (In Press)

    Willey, Stephen (2020) Living In: Creative Solidarities in Palestine. Oxford; Saint Germain-en-Laye: The Onslaught Press.

    Thesis

    Clancy, Matthew Richard (2020) The agency of Arthurian material culture in the later middle ages. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Cushing-Harries, Laura (2020) (Un)Interrupted sounds: Samuel Beckett’s patients and the cacophonous clinical encounter. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Esser, Helena Katharina (2020) Re-calibrating the urban matrix: imaginaries of Victorian London in steampunk fiction. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Gholami, Soudabeh (2020) Encountering the unhomely in the post-imperial British novel. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Harris, Tobias William (2020) Dublin's dadaist: Brian O'Nolan, the European avant-garde and Irish cultural production. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Ingram, Paul (2020) Adorno, dada and the philistine: the immanent negation of the institution of art. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Kabo, Alexander Raphael (2020) Imagining the end of capitalism: utopia and the commons in contemporary literature. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Ketzan, Erik (2020) Groundwork: digital approaches to changes in Thomas Pynchon’s style. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Killingworth, Gerald Charles (2020) A true 'Homer of women'? The use of rhetorical figures and structural paradigms and the presentation of female characters in the early prose works of Robert Greene. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Lock, Frances Janice (2020) Impossible telling and the epistolary form: contemporary poetry, mourning and trauma. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Roukema, Aren (2020) Early science fiction and occultism. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Travers, Thomas William Lynn (2020) Delirious USA: the representation of capital in the fiction of Don DeLillo. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

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