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‘What if?’ books (2019)
Book Chapter
Bodman, S. L. (2019). ‘What if?’ books. In T. Mosely (Ed.), CorrelationsGriffith Centre for Creative Arts Research

The Correlations project presents some examples of artists’ books as a method of enquiry, a means for us to ask questions about their relationship with independent publishing through content and context, and consider both the history and continued pr... Read More about ‘What if?’ books.

The politics of 'protest heritage', 1790-1850 (2018)
Book Chapter
Poole, S. (2018). The politics of 'protest heritage', 1790-1850. In C. J. Griffin, & B. McDonagh (Eds.), In Remembering Protest in Britain Since 1500: Memory, Materiality and Landscape, (187-213). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-74243-4_8

Acts and marks of commemoration, from anniversary dinners to monuments and statues, were vital components in the production of English democratic culture in the ‘age of revolutions’. But strategies for remembering were not always consensual and refor... Read More about The politics of 'protest heritage', 1790-1850.

‘We’re not fully Welsh’: Hierarchies of belonging and ‘new’ speakers of Welsh (2018)
Book Chapter
Selleck, C. L. (2018). ‘We’re not fully Welsh’: Hierarchies of belonging and ‘new’ speakers of Welsh. In C. Smith-Christmas, N. O Murchada, M. Hornsby, & M. Moriaty (Eds.), New Speakers of Minority Languages: Linguistic Ideologies and PracticesPalgrave Macmillan

This chapter seeks to problematise the concept of the ‘new’ and ‘learner’ speaker from the standpoint of a situated, ethnographic analysis and in doing so, draws on research conducted in two contrasting secondary schools in south-west Wales: an Engli... Read More about ‘We’re not fully Welsh’: Hierarchies of belonging and ‘new’ speakers of Welsh.

Colour design theories and applications (2017)
Book Chapter
Parraman, C. (2017). Colour design theories and applications. In J. Best (Ed.), COLOUR DESIGN Theories and Applications Second EditionElsevier Woodhead

In recent years there has been revolution in many technologies, sciences, digital, globalisation and increase global shift rate to urban living at a macro scale, before 2050 80% of the world’s population will be living in cities. Living longer, healt... Read More about Colour design theories and applications.

Hospitality and ownership of spaces (2017)
Book Chapter
Dillon, T. (2017). Hospitality and ownership of spaces. In L. Manach, & S. Pop (Eds.), Creativity in Urban Context, 101-107. Future DiverCities

How can art open up new forms of hospitality and commoning in the city? Dillon’s URBAN HUT taps into this question of living art shaping civic reality in the city.

CitySpaceMindSpace: How to read Los Angeles: Banham and McLuhan in the light of Cognitive Neuro-scientific theories of comprehension (2016)
Book Chapter
Flaxton, T. (2016). CitySpaceMindSpace: How to read Los Angeles: Banham and McLuhan in the light of Cognitive Neuro-scientific theories of comprehension. In E. Clift, G. Amayo Caldwell, & C. Smith (Eds.), Digital Futures and the City of Today: New Technologies and Physical SpacesIntellect

In the 1970’s, Rayner Banham (with Marshall McLuhan), set the tone for understanding CyberCity/MindSpace with Banham’s book, Los Angeles: the Architecture of Four Ecologies, which was an examination of the LA cityscape which used the idea of the movi... Read More about CitySpaceMindSpace: How to read Los Angeles: Banham and McLuhan in the light of Cognitive Neuro-scientific theories of comprehension.

Wargaming (as) literature (2016)
Book Chapter
MacCallum-Stewart, E. (2016). Wargaming (as) literature. In M. Kirschenbaum, & P. Harrigan (Eds.), Zones of Control, Perspectives on Wargaming, 555-572. The MIT Press

As Kirschenbaum argues, board wargames have a lot to teach about the ways that narrative is created in games and “help us to understand the role of process and procedure in stories and games” (Kirschenbaum 2009: 369). In addition, they have a rich hi... Read More about Wargaming (as) literature.

The female Gothic body (2016)
Book Chapter
Mulvey-Roberts, M. (2016). The female Gothic body. In S. Zlosnik, & A. Horner (Eds.), Women and the Gothic: An Edinburgh CompanionEdinburgh University Press

This analysis explores the evolution of the female Gothic body through literature, history and myth in relation to the Gothic tradition.

A category "Easy to Liquidate": The League of Nations, Russian refugee children in the 1920s and the history of humanitarianism (2016)
Book Chapter
White, E. (2016). A category "Easy to Liquidate": The League of Nations, Russian refugee children in the 1920s and the history of humanitarianism. In M. Rodriguez Garcia, D. Rodogno, & L. Kozma (Eds.), The League of Nations' Work on Social Issues. Visions, Endeavours and Experiments, 201-214. United Nations Publications

This chapter examines the work of the High Commission for Russian Refugees of the League of Nations. It analyses their approach to solving the issue of child refugees and places this in debates around the historical development of human rights and hu... Read More about A category "Easy to Liquidate": The League of Nations, Russian refugee children in the 1920s and the history of humanitarianism.

Language and resistance: Memories of transatlantic slavery, and its continuing afterlives in the use of Rastafari language and terminology (2016)
Book Chapter
Sobers, S. (2016). Language and resistance: Memories of transatlantic slavery, and its continuing afterlives in the use of Rastafari language and terminology. In J. Gill, & J. O'Connell Davidson (Eds.), Slavery: Memory and Afterlives, (60-63). Open Democracy

This article discusses how language within the Rastafari culture, known as Iyaric, or Word Sound, has been formed in resistance to the effects of white supremacist domination in the forms of slavery and colonialization. It explores how Rastafari ter... Read More about Language and resistance: Memories of transatlantic slavery, and its continuing afterlives in the use of Rastafari language and terminology.

Three phases of mobile learning state-of-the-art and case of mobile Help Seeking tool for the Healthcare sector (2016)
Book Chapter
Cook, J., & Santos, P. (2016). Three phases of mobile learning state-of-the-art and case of mobile Help Seeking tool for the Healthcare sector. In B. Fox, T. K. F. Chiu, J. Lu, & D. Churchill (Eds.), Mobile Learning Design: Theories and ApplicationsSpringer

The Internet-mobile device enabled social networks of today stand accused of being so called 'weapons of mass distraction' or worse. However, we point out that modern fears about the dangers of social networking are overdone. The paper goes on to pre... Read More about Three phases of mobile learning state-of-the-art and case of mobile Help Seeking tool for the Healthcare sector.

The impact of roleplaying games on culture (2015)
Book Chapter
MacCallum-Stewart, E., Bjork, S., & Stenros, J. (2016). The impact of roleplaying games on culture. In S. Deterding, & J. Zagal (Eds.), Roleplaying Games Studies HandbookRoutledge

Role-playing games are an essential element of our gaming landscape. They have not only played a core role in the development of games, but have much wider currency in popular culture and are often used as a frame of reference for many generic infere... Read More about The impact of roleplaying games on culture.

HD aesthetics and digital cinematography (2015)
Book Chapter
Flaxton, T. (2015). HD aesthetics and digital cinematography. In S. Cubitt, D. Palmer, & N. Tkacz (Eds.), Digital Light, 61-83. Open Humanities Press

This chapter is accompanied by a series of online interviews entitled ‘A Verbatim History of the Aesthetics, Technology and Techniques of Digital Cinematography’. This online resource seeks to circumscribe and circumlocute the wide variety of interes... Read More about HD aesthetics and digital cinematography.

Using the hybrid social learning network to explore concepts, practices, designs and smart services for networked professional learning (2015)
Book Chapter
Cook, J., Ley, T., Maier, R., Mor, Y., Santos, P., Lex, E., …Holley, D. (2015). Using the hybrid social learning network to explore concepts, practices, designs and smart services for networked professional learning. In E. Popescu, R. Huang, N. C. Kinshuk, Y. Li, M. Chang, & M. Kravcik (Eds.), State-of-the-Art and Future Directions of Smart LearningSpringer

Gothic Bristol: City of darkness and light (2015)
Book Chapter
Mulvey-Roberts, M. (2015). Gothic Bristol: City of darkness and light. In M. Mulvey-Roberts (Ed.), Literary Bristol: Writers and the City, 29-58. Redcliffe Press

Because of its links with Romanticism, Bristol has been referred to as a ‘Romantic City’, yet it could just as easily be identified with the Gothic. Over the centuries, Bristol has been the matrix for a significant number of Gothic innovations, insp... Read More about Gothic Bristol: City of darkness and light.

Introduction: Literary Bristol (2015)
Book Chapter
Mulvey-Roberts, M. (2015). Introduction: Literary Bristol. In M. Mulvey-Roberts (Ed.), Literary Bristol: Writers and the City, 7-28. Redcliffe Press

This chapter maps the history of literary Bristol from the Middle Ages up to the present day.

Producing Noir: Wald, Scott, Hellinger (2014)
Book Chapter
Spicer, A. H. (2014). Producing Noir: Wald, Scott, Hellinger. In R. Miklitsch (Ed.), Kiss the Blood Off My Hands: On Classic Film Noir, 130-151. University of Illinois Press

This chapter is the first to be written about the role the producer played in creating 'classic' film noir (1940-1959). It explores the work of three contrasting producers, Jerry Wald (studio-based); Adrian Scott (studio, then blacklisted; and Mark H... Read More about Producing Noir: Wald, Scott, Hellinger.

Gutmann, Amy (2014)
Book Chapter
Thompson, S. (2014). Gutmann, Amy. In E. Ellis, K. Ferguson, M. Gibbons, & D. Coole (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Political ThoughtWiley