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From the Green Box to Typo/Typography: Duchamp and Hamilton's dialogue in print (2005)
Presentation / Conference
Thirkell, P. (2005, July). From the Green Box to Typo/Typography: Duchamp and Hamilton's dialogue in print. Paper presented at The Tate Research Seminar

While much has been written about Marcel Duchamp's Large Glass and accompanying 'Green Box' publication, Duchamp's engagement and consideration of printing processes to activate and enhance its content are often overlooked. Thirkell's paper considers... Read More about From the Green Box to Typo/Typography: Duchamp and Hamilton's dialogue in print.

Politeness-induced semantic change: The case of quand même (2005)
Journal Article
Beeching, K. (2005). Politeness-induced semantic change: The case of quand même. Language Variation and Change, 17(2), 155-180. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0954394505050076

This article contributes to a growing body of theory that posits language-external, social factors as a primary motor in diachronic change. Politeness theory and the use of variationist approaches enable us to posit, and test, the hypothesis of a typ... Read More about Politeness-induced semantic change: The case of quand même.

A critical survey of creative production in relation to the market potential of artists’ books (2005)
Other
Bodman, S. L. (2005). A critical survey of creative production in relation to the market potential of artists’ books

Published results of a one-year AHRC supported survey project (30/05/04 – 30/05/05) to compare the different methods used by artists for creating and distributing their work; in order to offer advice to artists on how to market their work and build b... Read More about A critical survey of creative production in relation to the market potential of artists’ books.

A perpetual portfolio (2005)
Exhibition / Performance
Laidler, P., Hoskins, S., Bodman, S. L., & Johnson, L. (2005). A perpetual portfolio. 2 June 2005 - 26 June 2005. (Unpublished)

The Catalogue for the Perpetual Portfolio Exhibition was released at the Museo Nacional Del Grabado, Buenos Aires, Argentina in June 2005. The publication includes all twenty-three prints produce during the CFPR digital residency programme of which e... Read More about A perpetual portfolio.

Imperial Rhodesians: The 1953 Rhodes centenary exhibition in Southern Rhodesia (2005)
Journal Article
Shutt, A. K., Shutt, A., & King, T. (2005). Imperial Rhodesians: The 1953 Rhodes centenary exhibition in Southern Rhodesia. Journal of Southern African Studies, 31(2), 357-379. https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070500109573

Reviewing the Rhodes Centenary Exhibition (RCE) of 1953, this article focuses on three interrelated themes in post-war Southern Rhodesia. First, significant post-war immigration challenged the state to educate new white Rhodesians on the founding myt... Read More about Imperial Rhodesians: The 1953 Rhodes centenary exhibition in Southern Rhodesia.

German espionage and British counter-intelligence in South Africa and Mozambique, 1939-1944 (2005)
Journal Article
Fedorowich, K. (2005). German espionage and British counter-intelligence in South Africa and Mozambique, 1939-1944. Historical Journal, 48(1), 209-230. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0018246X04004273

For most of the Second World War, German and Italian agents were actively engaged in a variety of intelligence gathering exercises in southern Africa. The hub of this activity was Lourenço Marques, the colonial capital of Portuguese East Africa (Moza... Read More about German espionage and British counter-intelligence in South Africa and Mozambique, 1939-1944.

“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 émigré socialist revolutionary party and the russian peasantry during nep (2005)
Journal Article
White, E. (2005). The émigré socialist revolutionary party and the russian peasantry during nep. Revolutionary Russia, 18(1), 47-70. https://doi.org/10.1080/09546540500091134

This article examines the analysis of the Russian peasantry during NEP that was made by members of the Socialist Revolutionary Party (SRs) in emigration. They saw evidence that peasant behaviour in this period justified narodnik beliefs. It also disc... Read More about The émigré socialist revolutionary party and the russian peasantry during nep.

Rosina Bulwer Lytton, Cheveley: A man of honour (2005)
Book
Mulvey-Roberts, M. (2005). M. Mulvey-Roberts (Ed.), Rosina Bulwer Lytton, Cheveley: A man of honour. Pickering and Chatto

This fully annotated edition of the novel, first published in 1839, appears as Volume Five of Silver Fork Novels, 1826-1841. General Editor, Harriet Devine Jump.

Richard Wilson (2005)
Book
Morrissey, S. (2005). Richard Wilson. Tate

Dangerous metaphors: Meaning in immersive media (2005)
Book Chapter
Lister, M. (2005). Dangerous metaphors: Meaning in immersive media. In J. Furby, & K. Randell (Eds.), Screen Methods: Comparative Readings in Film Studies, 38-47. Wallflower Press


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