Number of items: 23.
The Causal Impact of Resistance: Mediating Between Resistance and Internal Conversation About Resistance.
Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour., 43 (1).
ISSN Print: 0021-8308 Online: 1468-5914
Cooper, C. and Dalmasso, Frederic and Lamb, T.
The ‘Problem’ of Youth 2012-13 - Participatory Action Research & Drama Workshops.
In: Verbatim theatre workshops, Mar 15th, Apr 13th, Apr 18th, Apr 26th, May 4th, May 9th 2013, University of Hull.
Badiou's Spectator-Subject and Fireworks Politics.
Performance Research, 18 (1).
Dalmasso, Frederic and Baines, R.
Looking for Koltès - Practice-based Translation, Rhythm and Politics.
In: Drama Translation in the Age of Globalisation: Paradoxes and Paradigms, 6th March 2013, The University of Salford.
“Now I’m The Monster”: Remembering, Repeating and Working Through in Dead Man’s Shoes and TwentyFourSeven.
Shane Meadows: Critical Essays.
Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 83-94.
ISBN Hardback: 9780748676392 Ebook: 9780748676408
Constructions of the Fat Child in British Juvenile Fiction (1960-2010).
PhD thesis, University of Worcester.
Postcards From Hashima.
In: Association of Asian Studies Conference, San Diego, California, US..
Postcards From Hashima.
In: Geography Series Exeter University, February 2013.
Designing the Post-Colonial Car: a Bumpy Road for Personal Transport in Africa.
In: Design History Society Annual Conference Towards Global Histories of Design: Postcolonial Perspectives, 5 - 8 September 2013, National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, India.
Helm, David P.
‘The Beauty of a Sick Room’: Family Care for the Dying in the English Upper and Middle Class Home c.1840-c.1890.
Family & Community History, 16 (2).
Lewin-Jones, Jenny and Webb, Michael
Ideology in Disguise: Place Name Metonyms and the Discourse of Newspaper Headlines.
Sociological Research online, 4 (18).
Mirza, Mehreen and Mitra, Barbara
Curriculum 13: Two Subject Leaders Reflect on the Process.
Worcester Journal of Learning and Teaching (8).
A “Body Unfitt”: Daniel Defoe in the Pillory and the Resurrection of the Versifying Self.
The Eighteenth Century, 54 (3).
ISSN Print: 0193-5380 Online: 1935-0201
Penney, C. and Johnson, Rachel
Hurd but not Seen: the Archive of Bishop Richard Hurd Unwrapped in Partnership with the University of Worcester and the University of Birmingham.
In: Enhancing Impact, Inspiring Excellence: Collaborative Approaches Between Archives and Universities, 4th September 2013, University of Birmingham.
Challenging Teenage and Young Adult Reading in the UK: The Novels of Philip Reeve.
‘Children’s literature: reflections, analysis and testimonies’ Tema Y Variaciones De Literatura No.41 (Topics and variations in literature volume 41), 41.
Childhood Three Ways: Constructions of Childhood Through Food in Children’s Literature.
In: IBBY/NCRCL, University of Roehampton Annual Conference. ‘Food and Children’s Literature’., November 9th, 2013, University of Roehampton.
‘Cooking up a Good Story’.
In: 21st biennial conference of the International Research Society for Children’s Literature on Children’s Literature and Media Cultures, August 10th-14th 2013, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Maastricht University, The Netherlands.
‘Disaster To…..?’: Sustainability in English Children’s Literature: 1911-2013’.
In: Sustainability. Research Focus Conference, Institute of Science and the Environment, University of Worcester, May 10th, 2013, University of Worcester.
‘Food: Changing Approaches to Food in the Construction of Childhood in Western Culture’.
(Re)imagining the World: Children's literature's response to changing times.
New Frontiers of Educational Research
Springer, New York.
ISBN 3642367593, 978-3642367595
History, National Identity and the Environment in Contemporary English Fiction for Children.
Childhood in Britain (93).
ISSN Online: 0171 1695
'Picture Books and Multiple Readings: When We Lived in Uncle’s Hat by Peter Stamm and Juta Bauer.'.
Picturebooks: Beyond the Borders of Art, Narrative and Culture.
Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 84-95.
ISBN ISBN 978-0-415-81418-8
Reading as Protection and Enlightenment in Marcus Zusak’s The Book Thief.
In: Reading Fictions, October 11th, 2013, University of Glasgow.
What Do We Tell The Children? Critical Essays On Children’s Literature edited by Ciara Ní Bhroin And Patricia Kennon. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012 (Book Review).
INIS Irish Children's Book Magazine.