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"PSYCHOANALYSIS IS GOOD, SYNTHESIS IS BETTER": THE GERMAN RECEPTION OF FREUD, 1930 AND 1956 (2011)
Journal Article
Kauders, A. D. (2011). "PSYCHOANALYSIS IS GOOD, SYNTHESIS IS BETTER": THE GERMAN RECEPTION OF FREUD, 1930 AND 1956. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 47(4), 380-397. https://doi.org/10.1002/jhbs.20517

Frankfurt's decision to award Freud the Goethe Prize in 1930 as well as the same city's decision to celebrate Freud's 100th birthday in 1956 will allow us to trace specific traditions in the German encounter with psychoanalysis. The diachronic approa... Read More about "PSYCHOANALYSIS IS GOOD, SYNTHESIS IS BETTER": THE GERMAN RECEPTION OF FREUD, 1930 AND 1956.

‘“The beauty of your line – the life behind it”: Katherine Mansfield and the Double Impression’ (2011)
Journal Article
Bowler, R. (2011). ‘“The beauty of your line – the life behind it”: Katherine Mansfield and the Double Impression’. Katherine Mansfield Studies, https://doi.org/10.3366/kms.2011.0008

This article examines Katherine Mansfield's aesthetics and attitude to the relation between what she called ‘life’ and work, the visual and the intellectual. It emphasises doubleness both in Mansfield's selves and in her aesthetics, a doubleness whic... Read More about ‘“The beauty of your line – the life behind it”: Katherine Mansfield and the Double Impression’.

"As Shee Preachers Hold Forth Christ": Sara Jones's Challenge to Episcopacy, The Relation of a Gentlewoman (1642) (2011)
Journal Article
Adcock. (2011). "As Shee Preachers Hold Forth Christ": Sara Jones's Challenge to Episcopacy, The Relation of a Gentlewoman (1642). Prose Studies, 1 -18. https://doi.org/10.1080/01440357.2011.568778

When Sara Jones spoke in front of her separatist congregation in 1632, she was opening herself up to criticism for going against scriptural precedents: it was not divinely sanctioned that women should speak in church. Perhaps deriving confidence from... Read More about "As Shee Preachers Hold Forth Christ": Sara Jones's Challenge to Episcopacy, The Relation of a Gentlewoman (1642).

Glasgow’s Doulton Fountain and Postcolonial Heterotopia in ‘There’s the Bird that Never Flew (2011)
Journal Article
Palladino. (2011). Glasgow’s Doulton Fountain and Postcolonial Heterotopia in ‘There’s the Bird that Never Flew. Safundi, 407 - 423. https://doi.org/10.1080/17533171.2011.586837

Zoë Wicomb's short story ‘There's the Bird that Never Flew’ engages with one of Glasgow's most prominent pieces of public art. Unveiled as part of the 1888 Empire Exhibition, the Doulton Fountain commemorates Queen Victoria's colonial achievements wi... Read More about Glasgow’s Doulton Fountain and Postcolonial Heterotopia in ‘There’s the Bird that Never Flew.

The Visual Sound-Shapes of Spectromorphology: an illustrative guide to composition (2011)
Journal Article
Blackburn, M. (2011). The Visual Sound-Shapes of Spectromorphology: an illustrative guide to composition. Organised Sound, 16(1), 5-13. https://doi.org/10.1017/s1355771810000385

Since its conception, Denis Smalley's spectromorphology has equipped listeners and practitioners of electroacoustic music with appropriate and relevant vocabulary to describe the sound-shapes, sensations and evocations associated with experiences of... Read More about The Visual Sound-Shapes of Spectromorphology: an illustrative guide to composition.

Burroughs, William (2011)
Book Chapter
Harris, O. (2011). Burroughs, William. In The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction (1--5). Wiley

Change and Continuity in the Representation of British Muslims Before and After 9/11: The UK Context (2011)
Journal Article
Poole. (2011). Change and Continuity in the Representation of British Muslims Before and After 9/11: The UK Context. Global Media Journal, 49 - 62

9/11 is often marked out as a significant event in the current political and historical context in that it signalled a discernable shift to a new politics categorised in specific “Western” countries by the “war on terror”. Through an examination o... Read More about Change and Continuity in the Representation of British Muslims Before and After 9/11: The UK Context.