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Sir Earle Page's British War Cabinet Diary, 1941-1942 (2021)
Book
Fedorowich, K., & Gifford, J. (in press). Sir Earle Page's British War Cabinet Diary, 1941-1942. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (CUP)

On 7 September 1941, the former prime minister Sir Earle Page was appointed by Arthur Fadden’s UAP-Country Party coalition as Australian minister resident in London; a position he retained when John Curtin’s Labor Party came to power four weeks later... Read More about Sir Earle Page's British War Cabinet Diary, 1941-1942.

Fetlar (2020)
Journal Article
Coates, R. (in press). Fetlar. Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 13,

This article rehearses the history of attempts to account for the name of the island of Fetlar in Shetland. It is concluded that explaining it as pre-Celtic is beset with philological difficulties, and that it is probably, after all, Scandinavian, th... Read More about Fetlar.

Always in with the in-crowd: Vogue and the cultural politics of gender, place, class and taste (2020)
Book Chapter
Tincknell, E. (in press). Always in with the in-crowd: Vogue and the cultural politics of gender, place, class and taste. In J. Hollows, & L. Forster (Eds.), Women's Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain, 1940s-2000s (200-214). Edinburgh University Press

The venerable fashion magazine Vogue has always associated itself with the interests of the ruling class, through the cultural and symbolic capital exhibited by the diffused aesthetic of its fashion spreads and through its unabashed attachment to the... Read More about Always in with the in-crowd: Vogue and the cultural politics of gender, place, class and taste.

‘We Shall Have A Fine Holiday’: Imperial Sentiment, Unemployment and the 1928 Miner-Harvester Scheme to Canada (2020)
Book Chapter
Fedorowich, K. (in press). ‘We Shall Have A Fine Holiday’: Imperial Sentiment, Unemployment and the 1928 Miner-Harvester Scheme to Canada. In M. Ruiz (Ed.), Bridging Boundaries in British Migration History: In Memorium Eric RichardsAnthem Press

The annual migration of harvesters from central and eastern Canada to the prairies had been a regular event ever since 1890. As the wheat economy expanded, larger supplies of manpower were needed to bring in the harvest. In 1906 and 1923 British work... Read More about ‘We Shall Have A Fine Holiday’: Imperial Sentiment, Unemployment and the 1928 Miner-Harvester Scheme to Canada.

Assisting people with Autism Spectrum Disorder through technology (2020)
Book Chapter
Newbutt, N. (2018). Assisting people with Autism Spectrum Disorder through technology. In A. Tatnall (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Education and Information Technologies, (1-35). Switzerland: Springer

This chapter seeks to provide a review and overview of technology that has been used to support autistic people. The aim of this chapter is to provide an overview of technology used by autistic groups contextually and historically. Materials covere... Read More about Assisting people with Autism Spectrum Disorder through technology.

Coworking spaces in urban settings: Prospective roles? (2020)
Journal Article
Santos, E., Nakano, D., Shiach, M., Koria, M., Vasques, R., Gomes dos Santos, E., & Virani, T. (in press). Coworking spaces in urban settings: Prospective roles?. Geoforum, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2020.04.014

Coworking spaces (CWS) are workplaces created to provide infrastructure and interaction opportunities for independent professionals and freelancers. They are a result of a trend toward flexible and project-based assignments, shared use of durable ass... Read More about Coworking spaces in urban settings: Prospective roles?.

A world fit for money laundering: The Atlantic alliance’s undermining of organized crime control (2020)
Journal Article
Young, M. A., & Woodiwiss, M. (in press). A world fit for money laundering: The Atlantic alliance’s undermining of organized crime control. Trends in Organized Crime, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12117-020-09386-8

This is the untold history of how prominent civil servants in the UK tailored US-devised anti-money laundering (AML) policies in ways that suited the needs of Britain’s financial services industry. In the aftermath of these initial compromises in 198... Read More about A world fit for money laundering: The Atlantic alliance’s undermining of organized crime control.

Male stardom in 1960s British cinema (2020)
Book Chapter
Spicer, A. (2020). Male stardom in 1960s British cinema. In Sixties British Cinema Reconsidered. , (11-28). Edinburgh University

The chapter analyses eight stars – Alan Bates, Michael Caine, Sean Connery, Tom Courtenay, Albert Finney, Richard Harris, Peter O’Toole and Terence Stamp – all of whom were the product of the post-war changes (including the 1944 Education Act) that o... Read More about Male stardom in 1960s British cinema.

Situating simultaneity: An initial schematisation of the lexicogrammatical rank scale of British Sign Language (2020)
Journal Article
Rudge, L. A. (in press). Situating simultaneity: An initial schematisation of the lexicogrammatical rank scale of British Sign Language. Word, https://doi.org/10.1080/00437956.2020.1751974

A central tenet of systemic functional theory is the rank scale: an ordered representation of the part-whole relationships of units within semiotic systems. Linguists have schematised the rank scales for the lexicogrammars of English, French, Spanish... Read More about Situating simultaneity: An initial schematisation of the lexicogrammatical rank scale of British Sign Language.

French hash? Southey's editing of the Annual Anthology (2020)
Journal Article
Jarvis, R. (2020). French hash? Southey's editing of the Annual Anthology. Romanticism, 26(1), 75-88. https://doi.org/10.3366/rom.2020.0449

Robert Southey’s Annual Anthology, which aimed to present a selection of current poetry and drew largely on his own friends and acquaintances, ran for just two volumes between 1799 and 1800. Although critics have shed light on individual poems and re... Read More about French hash? Southey's editing of the Annual Anthology.

Global ambitions and local identities: New speakers’ access to linguistic markets and resources (2020)
Journal Article
Selleck, C. (in press). Global ambitions and local identities: New speakers’ access to linguistic markets and resources. Language, Culture and Curriculum, https://doi.org/10.1080/07908318.2020.1726375

A growing body of literature has addressed the phenomenon of superdiversity (see Blommaert 2011) to account for the linguistic, socio-political, cultural and economic complexities, mobilities, flows, uncertainties and unpredictabilities of the curren... Read More about Global ambitions and local identities: New speakers’ access to linguistic markets and resources.

“Returning Home to Fight:” Bristolians in the Dominion Armies, 1914-1918 (2020)
Book Chapter
Fedorowich, K., & Booth, C. (in press). “Returning Home to Fight:” Bristolians in the Dominion Armies, 1914-1918. In D. E. Delaney, M. Frost, & A. L. Brown (Eds.), Manpower and the Armies of the British Empire in the Two World WarsCornell University Press

One issue that migration historians have ignored as a fruitful field of endeavour is the experience of thousands of British-born migrants who either came back to the United Kingdom to enlist in British regiments or enlisted in the respective dominion... Read More about “Returning Home to Fight:” Bristolians in the Dominion Armies, 1914-1918.

Empires and Ecologies of the Cloud (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T. (2020, January). Empires and Ecologies of the Cloud. Presented at transmediale, Berlin

Invited respondant: Exchange #2: Empires and Ecologies of the Cloud Teresa Dillon Daphne Dragona Sarah Friend Mél Hogan Ulises Ali Mejias Solveig Suess Moderated by Daphne Dragona Discussion Lecture Fri, 31.01.2020 15:30 to 17:30 Volk... Read More about Empires and Ecologies of the Cloud.

British satirical poems and cartoons about Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte: Deconstructing authenticity and aura (2019)
Journal Article
Martens, B. (in press). British satirical poems and cartoons about Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte: Deconstructing authenticity and aura. Nineteenth-Century Contexts, 43,

This article draws on opposing cultural concepts of authenticity and imitation, combined with Walter Benjamin’s notion of the aura, to examine the self-promotion of Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte as successor of Napoleon I. The article confronts Louis-Napo... Read More about British satirical poems and cartoons about Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte: Deconstructing authenticity and aura.

Visions of swarming robots: Artificial intelligence and stupidity in the military-industrial projection of the future of warfare (2019)
Book Chapter
Crogan, P. (2020). Visions of swarming robots: Artificial intelligence and stupidity in the military-industrial projection of the future of warfare. In T. Heffernan (Ed.), Cyborg Futures: Cross-disciplinary Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. , (89-112). London: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-21836-2

My subject in this paper is the analysis, speculation and recommendations for the future development and deployment of lethal autonomous robotic systems such as they appear in reports, studies and presentations emanating from what is still aptly call... Read More about Visions of swarming robots: Artificial intelligence and stupidity in the military-industrial projection of the future of warfare.

The Selected Letters of Caroline Norton (2019)
Book
Nelson, R., & Mulvey-Roberts, M. (Eds.). (2019). The Selected Letters of Caroline Norton. Oxon and New York: Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.4324/9780367814694

As the first nineteenth century woman to successfully campaign for women's rights legislation, Caroline Norton has been comparatively neglected and under-researched. There is, however, a current and growing interest in her life and work. This is a ne... Read More about The Selected Letters of Caroline Norton.


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