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Decommissioning The Twentieth Century (2023)
Book
Anderson, B., & Morgan, C. (2023). Decommissioning The Twentieth Century. London: Uniform Books

In the decades after 1945, Britain witnessed a dramatic period of technological innovation and expansion. The state transformed the countryside with grids of pylons, huge concrete edifices, and a new era of extraction, while both rural and urban soci... Read More about Decommissioning The Twentieth Century.

'Mauve/d' (2023)
Journal Article
Morgan. (2023). 'Mauve/d'

Vest-tops and Tattoos (2022)
Journal Article
Morgan, C. (2022). Vest-tops and Tattoos. Nightingale & Sparrow,

Microclimates (2021)
Other
Morgan, C. (2021). Microclimates. [digital gallery]

Contribution to #WalkCreate digital gallery curated by Dee Heddon et al

Lovespoon/Llwy garu (2021)
Journal Article
Morgan, C. (2021). Lovespoon/Llwy garu. Writing in Education,

Québec’s new regional fiction: Louise Penny and Johanne Seymour (2021)
Journal Article
Morgan. (2021). Québec’s new regional fiction: Louise Penny and Johanne Seymour. British Journal of Canadian Studies, 33(2), 225-240. https://doi.org/10.3828/bjcs.2021.15

Louise Penny’s Still Life (2005) and Johanne Seymour’s Le Cri du cerf (2005) are both murder-mysteries set in the Eastern Townships, in south-eastern and south-central Québec. Much of the region borders the United States. To varying degrees, the bord... Read More about Québec’s new regional fiction: Louise Penny and Johanne Seymour.

Microclimate #1 (2020)
Journal Article
Morgan, C. (2020). Microclimate #1. Writing in Education, 81,

Microclimate #2 (2020)
Journal Article
Morgan, C. (2020). Microclimate #2. Writing in Education,

Avenue Bernard (2020)
Other
Morgan, C. (2020). Avenue Bernard. [Poem]

Walking, Writing, Reading Place and Memory (2019)
Book Chapter
Morgan. (2019). Walking, Writing, Reading Place and Memory. In The Routledge Handbook of Memory and Place. Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.4324/9780815354260-31

Walking is taken up, too, in works which combine method and practice, as in the ‘histories’ by Rebecca Solnit and Robert Macfarlane. Although psychogeography is a genre which lends itself particularly well to creative productions which move between t... Read More about Walking, Writing, Reading Place and Memory.

’Urbs, ’urb girls and Martine Delvaux’s Rose amer (2019)
Journal Article
Morgan. (2019). ’Urbs, ’urb girls and Martine Delvaux’s Rose amer. Québec Studies, 68, https://doi.org/10.3828/qs.2019.18

This article considers representations of exurban spaces in Martine Delvaux’s Rose amer (2009), positioning it in relation to a broader take-up of “regional” spaces in Québec fiction. It argues that Delvaux’s novel is prescient in its blurring of dis... Read More about ’Urbs, ’urb girls and Martine Delvaux’s Rose amer.

Sonic Spectres: Word Ghosts in Madeleine Thien's Dogs at the Perimeter and the digital map project, 'Fictional Montreal/Montreal fictif' (2018)
Journal Article
Morgan. (2018). Sonic Spectres: Word Ghosts in Madeleine Thien's Dogs at the Perimeter and the digital map project, 'Fictional Montreal/Montreal fictif'. The London Journal of Canadian Studies, 40-57. https://doi.org/10.14324/111.444.ljcs.2018v33.004

This article analyses various ghosts and their connections with the unsaid and said in relation to Madeleine Thien’s Dogs at the Perimeter (2011) and the digital map project, ‘Fictional Montreal/Montréal fictif’ (Morgan and Lichti, 2016-17). Drawing... Read More about Sonic Spectres: Word Ghosts in Madeleine Thien's Dogs at the Perimeter and the digital map project, 'Fictional Montreal/Montreal fictif'.

Weak Spot (2017)
Digital Artefact
Morgan. (2017). Weak Spot

Short story inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster. Published on the Coordinates Society website, 17 October 2017.

Writing, Talking and Walking Quebec's Eastern Townships (2017)
Book
Morgan, C. (2017). Writing, Talking and Walking Quebec's Eastern Townships

The Eleventh Eccles Centre for American Studies Plenary Lecture given at the British Association for Canadian Studies Annual Conference 2016.

Walking studies, the eastern townships, and William S. Messier’s Dixie (2016)
Journal Article
Morgan. (2016). Walking studies, the eastern townships, and William S. Messier’s Dixie. Nottingham French Studies, 224-238. https://doi.org/10.3366/nfs.2016.0150

This article is part of a project entitled, ‘Heartlands/Pays du cœur’. This aims to offer new critical approaches to Québec's ‘regional’ novel; focusing on representations of rural, semi-rural, exurban and urban spaces and places outside of the provi... Read More about Walking studies, the eastern townships, and William S. Messier’s Dixie.

San Francisco Sigh (2016)
Digital Artefact
Morgan. (2016). San Francisco Sigh

Short essay, published on the Coordinates Society website, 21 April 2016.

The Aurora Women's Leadership Programme: reflections from the inaugural Keele cohort (2015)
Journal Article
Szkornik, K., Beardmore, R., Boylan, J., Hider, S., Hunter, S., Montana-Williams, K., …Watts, J. (2015). The Aurora Women's Leadership Programme: reflections from the inaugural Keele cohort. The Journal of Academic Development and Education, 54 -57

The Aurora programme is a leadership initiative for women in academic and professional roles and is designed to address the lack of women in senior positions within UK Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). In October 2013, 13 female staff from academ... Read More about The Aurora Women's Leadership Programme: reflections from the inaugural Keele cohort.

Writing Quebec City in Andrée Maillet’s Les Remparts de Québec and Nalini Warriar’s The Enemy Within (2014)
Journal Article
Morgan, C. (2014). Writing Quebec City in Andrée Maillet’s Les Remparts de Québec and Nalini Warriar’s The Enemy Within. Canadian Literature, 221, 109-123

Part of a larger project on literary representations of Québec’s secondary cities and exurban spaces, this article looks at mappings of Quebec City in Andrée Maillet’s Les Remparts de Québec (1965) and Nalini Warriar’s The Enemy Within (2005). Quebec... Read More about Writing Quebec City in Andrée Maillet’s Les Remparts de Québec and Nalini Warriar’s The Enemy Within.