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Big Brother: Reconfiguring the ‘active’ audience of cultural studies? (2002)
Journal Article
Tincknell, E., & Raghuram, P. (2002). Big Brother: Reconfiguring the ‘active’ audience of cultural studies?. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 5(2), 199-215. https://doi.org/10.1177/1364942002005002159

The emergence of a relatively new genre, ‘reality television’, has helped to break down the division between text and audience in significant ways, and this presents us with interesting questions for cultural studies. In this article we consider one... Read More about Big Brother: Reconfiguring the ‘active’ audience of cultural studies?.

Learning from experience: Psycho-social research methods in the social sciences (2002)
Journal Article
Clarke, S. (2002). Learning from experience: Psycho-social research methods in the social sciences. Qualitative Research, 2(2), 173-194. https://doi.org/10.1177/146879410200200203

There is a growing interest in both psychoanalytically informed theory and practice in the social sciences. Psycho-social studies and psychoanalytic studies address serious social and political issues through a critical welding of sociological and ps... Read More about Learning from experience: Psycho-social research methods in the social sciences.

Speaking like a native: Vernacular languages and the state in Southern Rhodesia, 1890-1935 (2001)
Journal Article
Jeater, D. (2001). Speaking like a native: Vernacular languages and the state in Southern Rhodesia, 1890-1935. Journal of African History, 42(3), 449-468. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0021853701007988

During the early years of white administration in Southern Rhodesia, few whites spoke the local vernaculars. The state used those few, largely traders and farmers, to translate and interpret. Members of the Native Affairs Department were expected to... Read More about Speaking like a native: Vernacular languages and the state in Southern Rhodesia, 1890-1935.

Morality and biology in the Spanish Civil War: Psychiatrists, revolution and women prisoners in Málaga (2001)
Journal Article
Richards, M. (2001). Morality and biology in the Spanish Civil War: Psychiatrists, revolution and women prisoners in Málaga. Contemporary European History, 10(3), 395-421. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0960777301003046

The psychiatric study of women prisoners in the city of Málaga during the Spanish Civil War provides a starting point for a two-part analysis of the gendered tension between biology and morality. First, the relationship of organic psychiatry and bio-... Read More about Morality and biology in the Spanish Civil War: Psychiatrists, revolution and women prisoners in Málaga.

Constructed identities and Iberia (2001)
Journal Article
Flynn, M. K. (2001). Constructed identities and Iberia. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 24(5), 703-718. https://doi.org/10.1080/01419870120063945

The category of Iberian identity includes national identities within Spain, Portugal and Latin America. The case of Spain and Spanish national identity has been particularly neglected in academic literature, although this situation has been changing... Read More about Constructed identities and Iberia.

Loci Memoriae (2001)
Exhibition / Performance
Gough, P. (2001). Loci Memoriae. [Large sacae drawings, mixed media construction]. 6 September 2001 - 11 November 2001. (Unpublished)

In 2001 Paul Gough staged parallel exhibitions of large drawings (representations of monuments and other icons of commemoration) in two venues separated by a tract of dockland water. The intention was to offset these works against each other, and in... Read More about Loci Memoriae.

500 pounds of common earth, 1 metre cubed, Transylvania to Los Angeles (2001)
Exhibition / Performance
Vasseur, R. (2005). 500 pounds of common earth, 1 metre cubed, Transylvania to Los Angeles. [CD]. 1 September 2001 - 31 December 2005. (Unpublished)

Performative action and exhibition. The project 500 Pounds of Common Earth, 1 Metre Cubed, Transylvania to Los Angeles attempts to explore the limitations of representational apparatus and cultural paradigms both in an arts economy and in a broader s... Read More about 500 pounds of common earth, 1 metre cubed, Transylvania to Los Angeles.

Artist’s Book Yearbook 2001-2002 (2001)
Book
Bodman, S. L. (2001). S. L. Bodman (Ed.), Artist’s Book Yearbook 2001-2002. Impact Press

The Artists' Book Yearbook (ABYB) serves as a resource for artists, lecturers, students, collectors and researchers. The bi-annual publication includes essays and information on many aspects of the book arts, artists' listings, information on book ar... Read More about Artist’s Book Yearbook 2001-2002.

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.

Trading places: Slave traders enslaved (2001)
Book Chapter
Sinanan, K. (2001). Trading places: Slave traders enslaved. In G. Harper (Ed.), Colonial and Postcolonial Incarceration, 67-86. Continuum Press

New histories of the Labour Movement (2001)
Book Chapter
Hannam, J. (2001). New histories of the Labour Movement. In A. Gallagher, C. Lubelska, & L. Ryan (Eds.), Re-Presenting the Past: Women and History, 162-78. Pearson Education


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