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Albert Steiner and international mountain photography (2005)
Book Chapter
Hammond, A. (2005). Albert Steiner and international mountain photography. In H. V. P. Pfrunder, & B. Strutzer (Eds.), Albert Steiner: Das Photographische Werk,, 97-103. Benteli Verlags, Wabern/Bern (Switzerland)

Chapter in book funded by Banca del Gottardo, Pro Helvetia. Building on Hammond's research into photography of the mountain landscape, this work explores in detail the international context of the Swiss photographer, Albert Steiner, in a contributio... Read More about Albert Steiner and international mountain photography.

Re-situating Grant Allen: Writing, radicalism and modernity (2005)
Book Chapter
Greenslade, W., & Rodgers, T. (2005). Re-situating Grant Allen: Writing, radicalism and modernity. In W. Greenslade, & T. Rodgers (Eds.), Grant Allen: Literature and Cultural Politics at the Fin de Siecle, 1-22. Ashgate

This 10,000-word chapter, for which Greenslade is responsible for 75% of the content, is the first essay in the collection edited by Greenslade and Rodgers (Bath Spa University). It seeks to place Allen's polymathic achievement in the context of Brit... Read More about Re-situating Grant Allen: Writing, radicalism and modernity.

Politics and the provincial town: Bristol, 1451-1471 (2005)
Book Chapter
Fleming, P. (2005). Politics and the provincial town: Bristol, 1451-1471. In P. Fleming, & K. Dockray (Eds.), People, Places and Perspectives: Essays on Later Medieval and Early Tudor England in Honour of Ralph A. Griffiths, 79-114. Nonsuch

Hybrid texts and academic authority: The wager in creative practice research (2005)
Book Chapter
Biggs, I. (2005). Hybrid texts and academic authority: The wager in creative practice research. In K. MacLeod, & L. Holdridge (Eds.), Thinking Through Art: Reflections on Art as Research (Innovations in Art and Design), 190-200. Routledge

Drawing on post-Jungian psychology, feminist theory and the work of Paul Ricoeur this chapter draws on the Sowdun Project to deconstruct some of the underlying presuppositions on which the usual reading of the tensions between academic authority and... Read More about Hybrid texts and academic authority: The wager in creative practice research.

What cannot be said: 'Silent Dust'(1949)and the malevolent veteran (2005)
Journal Article
Spicer, A. H. (2005). What cannot be said: 'Silent Dust'(1949)and the malevolent veteran. Zeithistorische Forschungen, 1(1), 110-118

This was a counterpoint to the book chapter on service comedy. It explored a different type of 'unofficial' counter-hegemonic constructions of the Second World War' by focusing on a group of British films made immediately after the war and sporadical... Read More about What cannot be said: 'Silent Dust'(1949)and the malevolent veteran.

Who benefits from widening participation? A study of targeting in the South West of England (2005)
Journal Article
Hatt, S., Baxter, A., & Tate, J. (2005). Who benefits from widening participation? A study of targeting in the South West of England. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 29(4), 341-351. https://doi.org/10.1080/03098770500353508

As the Aimhigher programme is a targeted initiative, partnerships have to find ways of locating groups that are under-represented in higher education (HE) and selecting participants for interventions. If the selection criteria are not robust, resourc... Read More about Who benefits from widening participation? A study of targeting in the South West of England.

Towards a polytheistic relationship to landscape: Issues for contemporary art (2005)
Journal Article
Biggs, I. A., & Biggs, I. (2005). Towards a polytheistic relationship to landscape: Issues for contemporary art. Landscape Research, 30(1), 5-22. https://doi.org/10.1080/0142639042000324785

The paper examines the concerns of the art critic and environmentalist Rebecca Solnit with the myth of Eden in the book of Genesis, the assumptions of a Judaeo-Christian monotheism and its secular inheritance, as a means to introduce the need for a '... Read More about Towards a polytheistic relationship to landscape: Issues for contemporary art.

Beyond arthurian romances: The reach of victorian medievalism (2005)
Book
Holloway, L. M., Palmgren, J. A., & Martens, B. (2005). L. M. Holloway, & J. A. Palmgren (Eds.), Beyond arthurian romances: The reach of victorian medievalism. Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781403981165

© Lorretta M. Holloway and Jennifer A. Palmgren 2005. All rights reserved. Leaving the traditional focus on Arthurian romance and Gothic tales, the essays in this collection address how the Victorians looked back to the Middle Ages to create a sense... Read More about Beyond arthurian romances: The reach of victorian medievalism.

Evidence for insertional codemixing: Mixed compounds and French nominal groups in Brussels Dutch (2005)
Journal Article
Treffers-Daller, J. (2005). Evidence for insertional codemixing: Mixed compounds and French nominal groups in Brussels Dutch. International Journal of Bilingualism, 9(3-4), 477-506. https://doi.org/10.1177/13670069050090030901

In this paper we analyze mixed compounds, such as legume+winkel ‘vegetable shop, greengrocery‘ and winter+paletot ‘winter coat’ which contain a French and a Dutch element, and French nominal groups, such as carte d'identité ‘identity card’, and journ... Read More about Evidence for insertional codemixing: Mixed compounds and French nominal groups in Brussels Dutch.


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