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Key publications

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Meg Arnot

'Essay Review: Hilary Marland. Dangerous Motherhood: Insanity and Childbirth in Victorian Britain', History of Psychiatry, Vol. 18, No. 4 (2007)

'The Murder of Thomas Sandles: Meanings of a Mid-Nineteenth-Century Infanticide' in Mark Jackson (ed.), Infanticide: Historical Perspectives on Child Murder and Concealment, 1550-2000, Aldershot: Ashgate (2002)

'Understanding Women Committing Newborn Child Murder in Victorian England' in Shani d'Cruze (ed.), Unguarded Passions: Gender, Class and "Everyday" Violence in Britain, c. 1850-1950, London: Longman (2000)

Caroline Bainbridge

Knowing me, knowing you: Reading Mamma Mia! as feminine object, in Mamma Mia! The Movie: Exploring a cultural phenomenon, I B Tauris, pp. 256 (2013)

'Introduction to special issue on media and the inner world: New perspectives on psychoanalysis and popular culture', Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society (2012)

REF Psychotherapy on the couch: Exploring the fantasies of In Treatment', Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society (2012)

Tina Beattie

Religion in the Writings of the New Atheists' in Richard King (ed.) Theory, Religion, Critique: Classical and Contemporary Approaches (Columbia University Press, forthcoming)

Theology After Postmodernity: Divining the Void (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming)

'From Ethics to Eschatology: the Continuing Validity of the New Eve for Christian Doctrine and Discipleship' in Rob McSwain and Taylor Worley (eds) Theology, Aesthetics and Culture: Responses to the Work of David Brown (Oxford: Oxford University Press): pp. 64-78. (2012)

Anita Biressi

Biressi, A. and Nunn, H. ' "I'm passionate Lord Sugar': young entrepreneurs, critical judgment and emotional labor in Young Apprentice', in S. Panse and D. Rothermel (eds.) A Critique of Judgment in Film and TV, Palgrave Macmillan.(forthcoming)

Biressi, A. and Nunn, H. Class and Contemporary British Culture, Palgrave Macmillan. (2013)

Biressi, A. and Nunn, H. 'Reality TV: A Sign of the Times'? in B. Winston (ed.) The Documentary Cinema Book, London:BFI. (2013)

Jen Coates

'"It was so funny!": Gender and humour in everyday talk', Gender and Language. (in press)

Gender and humour in everday conversation', to appear in Rafaella Baccollini and.Delia Chiaro (eds)Humour and Gender. Mouton, The Hague (2011)

'Discourse and gender', to appear in Michael Handford and James Gee (eds) The Routledge Companion to Discourse Analysis. London: Routledge (2011)

Karen Cross

'What Can an Amateur Do? Photography, memory and witnessing during the London Bombings' European Journal of Cultural Studies (Forthcoming)

'Photography and 'the cult of the amateur' Platform Photography, Sweden. (Forthcoming)

The 'relational' amateur' Reconsidering Amateur Photography: A Symposium, Brighton University with Either/And (National Media Museum), (2013)

Susan Deacy

'Introduction: desire or rape?', in The Impenetrability of Desire: Women's experience of sex and sexuality in ancient Greece, Cambridge University Press (forthcoming)

A Traitor to her Sex? Athena the Trickster, Oxford University Press (forthcoming)

'What was the colour of Athena's aegis?' with A. Villing, Journal of Hellenic Studies (2009)

Dr Sarah Gorman

"Reading as a Woman: Ontroerend Goed" http://readingasawoman.wordpress.com (2011)

"Without Guile: Richard Maxwell and the New York City Players" No More Drama, edited by Peter Crawley in association with Project Arts Centre, Dublin. Carysfort Press, Dublin pp.197-194 (2011)

The Theatre of Richard Maxwell and the New York City Players, single-authored monograph published by Routledge Research, New York – 70,000 (2011)

Susanne Greenhalgh

'Secret Stratford: Shakespeare's Hometown in Young Adult Fiction', Critical Survey 24.2. (Special issue on 'Stratford' ed. Katherine Scheil) (2012)

'A Stage of the Mind: Hamlet on Postwar British Radio', Shakespeare Survey: Shakespeare as Cultural Catalyst (2011)

'The Jacobeans on Television: Filming The Duchess of Malfi and 'Tis Pity She's a Whore and at Chastleton House' Shakespeare Bulletin 29.4.(Derek Jarman Anniversary Special Issue ed. Pascale Aebischer) (2011)

Deborah Jermyn

"The pig', the 'older woman' and the 'catfight': Gender, celebrity and controversy in a decade of British reality TV' (with Su Holmes) in Brenda Weber (ed) Reality Gendervision: Decoding Gender in Transatlantic Reality TV (Duke University Press, forthcoming)

'Sea of Love; Place and desire on the beaches of romantic comedy' (with Janet McCabe), Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies (forthcoming)

'Past their prime-time?: Women, ageing and absence on British factual television', Critical Studies in Television, 4.1, 8.1,73-90 (2013)

Fiona McHardy

'Uxoricide in Pregnancy: Ancient Greek Domestic Violence in Evolutionary Perspective,' co-authored with Susan Deacy (forthcoming)

'Teaching Domestic Violence' co-authored with Susan Deacy in From Abortion to Pederasty: Addressing Difficult Topics in the Classics ClassroomF. McHardy and N. Rabinowitz (eds) (forthcoming)

'The Role of the Extended Family in Exacting Revenge in Classical Athens,' in Extended Family Systems in the Ancient Mediterranean S. Heubner and G. Nathan (eds) (forthcoming)

Annabelle Mooney

Language, Society and Power, a Reader. Aldershot: Routledge, Editor and contributor, (2011)

Language, Society and Power, 3rd ed. Aldershot: Routledge, Editor and contributor (2010)

"Death Alive and Kicking: Dianne Pretty, legal violence and the sacred", Social Semiotics 18(1): 47-60 (2008)

Heather Nunn

'Shameless?: picturing the 'underclass' after Thatcherism' (with A.Biressi) in L. Hadley and E. Ho (eds.) Thatcher and After: Margaret Thatcher and Her Afterlife in Contemporary Culture, London: Palgrave Macmillan, (2010)

Nunn, H. 'Home and Property programming: transforming popular factual TV', in Novas Tendências da Programação Televisiva (New Trends in Television Programming), published in association with Globo Universidade and Federal University of Rio do Janeiro. (2009)

Nunn, H. and Biressi, A. 'A world apart: images of the "undeserving poor" in Soundings: A Journal Politics and Culture, Issue 41, (2009)

Dr Ioana Szeman-Ureche

Entries on Romanian Actors in The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Stage Actors and Acting, Simon Williams, ed. Cambridge University Press, (forthcoming)

Book Chapter: "'Playing with Fire' and Playing it Safe: With(out) Roma at the Eurovision Song Contest," in Performing the 'New' Europe: Identities, Feelings, and Politics in the Eurovision Song Contest. Karen Fricker and Milija Gluhovic, eds. Palgrave Macmillan, Studies in International Performance Series, pp. 20-38. (2013)

Article: "The Magic of Liviu Ciulei (1923-2011)" Contemporary Theatre Review 22.2, pp. 293-295. (2012)