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Reflections on trauma and the process of researching and writing the histories and memories of the Holocaust.
Paper presented to:
Acts of Remembrance in Contemporary Narratives in English: Opening the Past for the Future, University of Zaragoza, Spain, 24-26 April 2013
HIV-AIDS through the Arts and Sciences.
Panel Presentation presented to:
HIV-AIDS through the Arts and Sciences, Humanities Research Institute, Sheffield, 20 June 2013
Wilson, J. M.
Queer theory, literary diaspora studies and the law.
Symposium presented to:
Law and Literature in Diaspora Studies, Villa Vigoni, Near Lake Como, Italy, 06-09 May 2013
Introduction and three essays on Virginia Woolf’s Mrs Dalloway - themes of death, social class and gender.
Encyclopedia of Themes in Literature, Volume 3.
New York, USA: Facts on File. pp. 1170-1173.
Introduction and three essays on Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights - themes of death, gender and love.
Encyclopedia of Themes in Literature, Volume 1.
New York, USA: Facts on File. pp. 232-235.
Dark Mountain: Issue 1.
Dark Mountain Project. pp. 146-149.
Replication, regeneration or organic birth: the clone in Deryn Rees-Jones' 'Quiver' and Donna Haraway's 'A Cyborg Manifesto'.
(2), pp. 16-30. 1752-2293.
Contemporary gay drama: the end of a modern crusade?
Doctoral thesis. University of Leicester.
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