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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.

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.

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, 42(3),

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.

An invisible nation? The BBC and english-language arts television in Wales (2019)
Journal Article
Genders, A. (2019). An invisible nation? The BBC and english-language arts television in Wales. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 16(4), 409-428. https://doi.org/10.3366/jbctv.2019.0492

The history of the BBC’s regional programming is one of perennial tension between representing and reflecting the diversity of the UK’s nations and regions, and what is often perceived as an unrelenting ‘metropolitan centricity’. Through charting the... Read More about An invisible nation? The BBC and english-language arts television in Wales.

Organising counter-cultures: Challenges of structure, organisation and sustainability in the Independent Filmmakers Association and the Radical Film Network (2019)
Journal Article
Presence, S. (2019). Organising counter-cultures: Challenges of structure, organisation and sustainability in the Independent Filmmakers Association and the Radical Film Network. Screen, 60(3), 428-448. https://doi.org/10.1093/screen/hjz022

The Independent Filmmakers Association (IFA) was formed in London in 1974 to represent the various strands of predominantly leftist and experimental independent filmmaking in post-war Britain. For the next fifteen years, the IFA played a key role in... Read More about Organising counter-cultures: Challenges of structure, organisation and sustainability in the Independent Filmmakers Association and the Radical Film Network.

Using virtual reality head-mounted displays with autistic children: views, experiences and future directions. (2019)
Journal Article
Newbutt, N., Bradley, R., & Conley, I. (in press). Using virtual reality head-mounted displays with autistic children: views, experiences and future directions. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, https://doi.org/10.1089/cyber.2019.0206

This article seeks to place children on the autism spectrum at the centre of a study examining the potential of virtual reality head-mounted displays used in classrooms. In doing so we provide data that addresses three important and often overlooked... Read More about Using virtual reality head-mounted displays with autistic children: views, experiences and future directions..

Elite multilingualism (2019)
Book Chapter
Selleck, C., & Barakos, E. (2019). Elite multilingualism. In K. Tusting (Ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Linguistic EthnographyRoutledge

A chapter on Elite Multilingualism

“Returning Home to Fight:” Bristolians in the Dominion Armies, 1914-1918 (2019)
Book Chapter
Fedorowich, K., & Booth, C. “Returning Home to Fight:” Bristolians in the Dominion Armies, 1914-1918. In D. Delaney, & M. Frost (Eds.), Manpower and the Armies of the British Empire in the Two World WarsCornell University Press. Manuscript submitted for publication

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.

Our Man in Fez: James MacIver Macleod (2019)
Journal Article
Fisher, J. (2019). Our Man in Fez: James MacIver Macleod. The Maghreb review. Majallat al-Maghrib, 44(13), 291-324

This article will illustrate several facets of MacLeod’s career. First, it will consider his appointment and the years immediately afterwards, when he struggled to gain recognition of his status from the Makhzen, the Moroccan government. Second, it w... Read More about Our Man in Fez: James MacIver Macleod.

Angela Carter’s ‘rigorous system of disbelief’: Religion, misogyny, myth and the cult (2019)
Book Chapter
Mulvey-Roberts, M. (2019). Angela Carter’s ‘rigorous system of disbelief’: Religion, misogyny, myth and the cult. In M. Mulvey-Roberts (Ed.), The Arts of Angela Carter: A Cabinet of Curiosities, (145-165). Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. https://doi.org/10.7765/9781526136787.00014

Angela Carter professed her atheism as a rigorous system of disbelief and demythologized religion throughout her work. This included her surrealist art film, The Holy Family Album (1991), and her satire of medieval Catholicism in The Infernal Desire... Read More about Angela Carter’s ‘rigorous system of disbelief’: Religion, misogyny, myth and the cult.

The Arts of Angela Carter: A Cabinet of Curiosities (2019)
Book
Mulvey-Roberts, M. (2019). M. Mulvey-Roberts (Ed.). The Arts of Angela Carter: A Cabinet of Curiosities. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press

his book aims to give new insights into the multifarious worlds of Angela Carter and to re-assess her impact and importance for the twenty-first century. It brings together leading Carter scholars with some emerging academics, in a new approach to he... Read More about The Arts of Angela Carter: A Cabinet of Curiosities.

A regional company? RED Production and the cultural politics of place (2019)
Journal Article
Spicer, A. (2019). A regional company? RED Production and the cultural politics of place. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 16(3), 273-304. https://doi.org/10.3366/jbctv.2019.0478

This article explores the significance of RED Production’s location in the north-west of England, analysing the complexities of its positioning as a ‘regional’ company contextualised within the broader issues surrounding regional television productio... Read More about A regional company? RED Production and the cultural politics of place.

Unexpected Enterprises: Remixing Creative Entrepreneurship (2019)
Book Chapter
Agusita, E., & Ashton, D. (in press). Unexpected Enterprises: Remixing Creative Entrepreneurship. In S. Luckman, & S. Taylor (Eds.), Pathways into Creative Working LivesPalgrave Macmillan (part of Springer Nature)

Entrepreneurialism is widely encouraged across many industrial sectors in the ‘knowledge-based’ economy of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Entrepreneurialism, including self-promotion and work on the self, has been held and is a... Read More about Unexpected Enterprises: Remixing Creative Entrepreneurship.

Accounting for lives: Autobiography and biography in the accounts of Sir Thomas Myddelton, 1642–1666 (2019)
Journal Article
Ward Clavier, S. (in press). Accounting for lives: Autobiography and biography in the accounts of Sir Thomas Myddelton, 1642–1666. Seventeenth Century, https://doi.org/10.1080/0268117x.2019.1626761

This article significantly adds to the literature on the value of financial accounts, demonstrating their worth as both an autobiographical and biographical source. It argues that elite accounts can be seen both as a biography of the master, and an a... Read More about Accounting for lives: Autobiography and biography in the accounts of Sir Thomas Myddelton, 1642–1666.