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“Free, bold, joyous”’: the love of seaweed in Margaret Gatty and other mid-Victorian writers (2005)
Journal Article
Hunt, S. E. (2005). “Free, bold, joyous”’: the love of seaweed in Margaret Gatty and other mid-Victorian writers. Environment and History, 11(1), 5-34

With particular reference to Gatty’s British Sea-Weeds and Eliot’s ‘Recollections of Ilfracombe’, this article takes an ecocritical approach to popular writings about seaweed, thus illustrating the broader perception of the natural world in mid-Victo... Read More about “Free, bold, joyous”’: the love of seaweed in Margaret Gatty and other mid-Victorian writers.

The British black Pentecostal 'revival': Identity and belief in the 'new' Nigerian churches (2001)
Journal Article
Lightly, N., Hunt, S., Lightly, N., & Hunt, S. (2001). The British black Pentecostal 'revival': Identity and belief in the 'new' Nigerian churches. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 24(1), 104-124. https://doi.org/10.1080/014198701750052523

Black Pentecostalism in Britain has proved itself to be a distinctive version of Christianity. Extant academic surveys have tended to interpret it as primarily the means by which black ethnic communities are able to adapt and respond to marginalizati... Read More about The British black Pentecostal 'revival': Identity and belief in the 'new' Nigerian churches.