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Susan Greenberg

Susan Greenberg, 'The Ethics of Narrative: A Return to the Source', Journalism: Theory, Practice, Criticism 15.5 (July 2014)

Susan Greenberg, Review of The Richard & Judy Book Club ReaderLogos 23/4 (2012), 47-9

Susan Greenberg, 'Slow journalism in the digital fast lane' in Global Literary Journalism: Exploring the Journalistic Imagination, edited by R. L. Keeble and J. Tulloch (New York: Peter Lang, 2012), 381-93

Susan Greenberg, 'The Polish School of Reportage' in Global Literary Journalism: Exploring the Journalistic Imagination, edited by R. L. Keeble and J. Tulloch (New York: Peter Lang, 2012), 123-40

Susan Greenberg, 'Personal experience, turned outward: responses to alienated subjectivity', Free Associations 62 (Sept 2011), 151-74

Susan Greenberg, 'Poetics of Fact', Times Higher Education, 12 August 2010, 36-9

Sebastian Groes

Sebastian Groes, The Prosthetic God: Cognition and Memory in the Twenty-first Century (forthcoming, 2017)

Sebastian Groes, 'Memory, Materiality and the Ethics of Reading' in Memory in the Twenty-first Century: New Perspectives from the Sciences, Arts and Humanities, edited by Sebastian Groes (London: Palgrave, 2015)

Alison Waller

Alison Waller, 'Remembering, Rereading and Reviewing the Canon: The Case of The Secret Garden' in Canon Constitution and Canon Change in Children's Literature, edited by Anja Muller and Bettina Kummerling-Meibauer (forthcoming, Routledge)

Alison Waller, 'Childhood Books as Time-Capsules: Rereading the Self' and 'Forgetting the Best Years of Your Life: Amnesia in Young Adult Fiction' in Memory in the Twenty-first Century: New Perspectives from the Sciences, Arts and Humanities (London: Palgrave, 2015)

Alison Waller, 'Memory and the City in Mahy's Memory and 24 Hours', The Lion and the Unicorn 39 (Spring 2015)

Nicki Humble

'The Reader of Popular Fiction' in The Cambridge Companion to Popular Fiction, Cambridge University Press, 2013.

'Sitting Forward or Sitting Back: Highbrow v. Middlebrow Reading' for a special issue of the journal Modernist Cultures on the topic of the Middlebrow and Modernism (Edinburgh University Press, April 2011).

Laura Peters

'Savage Stories: Charles Dickens, "The Noble Savage" and the Childhood Imagination' in Dickens and the Imagined Child, Cathy Waters and Peter Merchant eds., Ashgate Press, 2015: 151-166.

Amy Tooth Murphy

'Memories of Fiction and Gendered Reading in 100 Families', Institute of Historical Research, London. November 2015.

'Reading the Lives between the Lines: Lesbian Oral History and Literature in Post-war Britain' (unpublished thesis).

Shelley Trower

Place, Writing, and Voice in Oral History. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011

'Auto/biographical oral history, from "oral memoirs" to The Life of Nate Shaw (1948-1974), Oral History 45: 1 (2017), 43-54.

Sarah Turvey

The Reading Groups Book. Edited with Jenny Hartley. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.

Research Students

Nick Lavery

'Post Humanism and the Distributed Consciousness in Tom McCarthy's Remainder' in Tom McCarthy: Critical Essays, edited by Dennis Duncan (Canterbury: Gylphi, 2016).

Emily Mercer

'"As close as we could get": the (ap)proximation of grief in Anne Carson's Nox'. Paper presented at the Roehampton English and Creative Writing PhD Day, May 2016.

Sarah Pyke

'An "archive of me": Constructing queer adult subjectivity through oral histories of reading in childhood and adolescence'. Paper presented at the NCRCL Archiving Childhood Conference, University of Roehampton, July 2016.

'"You made me read a book about an otter": Recording and reflecting on the rereading of Gavin Maxwell's Ring of Bright Water'. Paper presented at Oral History Society conference, 'Beyond Text in the Digital Age? Oral History, Images and the Written Word', Roheampton, July 2016.