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Smith, Thomas

Aughterson, K., 27 Jan 2021, Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy. Sgarbi, M. (ed.). New York: Springer

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Government
England
Discourse
Political philosophy
Crucible
2018

Absented Women’s Voices: Problematising Masculinity in Jim Crace’s Fiction

Aughterson, K., 1 Oct 2018, Jim Crace: Into the Wilderness. Aughterson, K. & Shaw, K. (eds.). London: Palgrave

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Masculinity
Fiction
Women's Voices
Rhetoric
Conscious

An Interview with Jim Crace

Aughterson, K., 1 Sep 2018, Jim Crace: Into the Wilderness. Aughterson, K. & Shaw, K. (eds.). London: Palgrave

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interview

Empowering students as researchers: Teaching and learning autoethnography and the value of self-narratives

Moriarty, J., 24 Feb 2018, Teaching Narrative. London: Palgrave, (Teaching The New English Series).

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narrative
Teaching
learning
Values
student

Fragile masculinity: social inequalities in the narrative frame and discursive construction of a mass shooter’s autobiography/manifesto

Myketiak, C., 4 Jun 2018, Crime and society. Youngs, D. (ed.). Abingdon: Routledge, (Contemporary Issues in Social Science).

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Open Access
File
social inequality
masculinity
narrative
social science
linguistics

'Too hot, Too hot': The Rhetorical Poetics of Soliloquies in Shakespeare's Late Plays

Aughterson, K., 1 Feb 2018, Shakespeare and the Soliloquy in Early Modern English Drama. Cousins, A. C. & Derrin, D. (eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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Open Access
File
William Shakespeare
Poetics
Rhetoric
Soliloquies
Memes
2017

Soaring and Tumbling: An Autoethnography from Higher Education

Moriarty, J., 25 Mar 2017, Self-narrative and pedagogy: stories of experience within teaching and learning. Hayler, M. & Moriarty, J. (eds.). Rotterdam: Sense, p. 135-146 12 p. (Studies in Professional Life and Work).

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Open Access
File
education
Teaching
experience
teaching practice
education system

Thoughts on Teaching and Learning

Everton, J., 1 Jan 2017, Self Narrative and Pedagagy: Stories of Experience within Teaching and Learning. Hayler, M. & Moriarty, J. (eds.). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, p. 83-94 12 p. (Studies in Professional LIfe and Work).

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Teaching
learning

Too much of the Self

Kappenberg, C., 29 May 2017, La syncope dans la performance et les arts visuels = Syncope in performing and visual arts. Dalmasso, F. & Jamet, S. (eds.). Paris: Editions Le Manuscrit, p. 75-100 26 p.

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Rupture
Performance Practice
Syncope
Western Culture
Rhythm

Writing to Resist: Storying the Self and Audit Culture in Higher Education

Moriarty, J., 1 Apr 2017, Surviving Sexism in Academia: Strategies for Feminist Leadership. Cole, K. & Hassel, H. (eds.). Oxford: Routledge, p. 250-258 9 p.

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Open Access
File
audit
education
experience
freedom of opinion
sexism

‘A dumme thynge’: The posthumous voice as rhetoric in the mothers’ legacies of Dorothy Leigh and Elizabeth Joscelin

Grant Ferguson, A., 10 May 2017, The Absent Mother in the Cultural Imagination: Missing, Presumed Dead. London: Palgrave

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