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Introduction (2016)
Book Chapter
Robinson, J. (2016). Introduction. In Theatre & the ruralPalgrave

How has theatre represented the rural? And how does a re-viewing of theatre of and in the rural help to build and complicate our sense of place? Theatre & the Rural explores the different ways in which theatre has performed the rural from the medi... Read More about Introduction.

Irish theatre in Britain (2016)
Book Chapter
Moran, J. (2016). Irish theatre in Britain. In N. Grene, & C. Morash (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of modern Irish theatreOxford University Press

Politics and the Literary (2016)
Book Chapter
Guy, J. (2016). Politics and the Literary. In J. John (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Victorian Literary CultureOxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199593736.001.0001

Savage paganism: the playboy of the western world (2016)
Book Chapter
Collins, C. (2016). Savage paganism: the playboy of the western world. In Theatre and residual culture: J.M. Synge and Pre-Christian IrelandPalgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-349-94872-7

Challenges in editing late nineteenth-and early twentieth-century prose fiction: what is editorial “completeness”? (2016)
Journal Article
Guy, J., Scott, R., Conklin, K., & Carrol, G. (2016). Challenges in editing late nineteenth-and early twentieth-century prose fiction: what is editorial “completeness”?. 00 Journal not listed, 59(4), 435-455

Guy, Scott, Conklin, and Carrol join forces to analyze controversial questions about multi-volume variorum editions of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century writers such as Wilde, Conrad, Woolf, James, and Wyndam Lewis. What prompted such ambi... Read More about Challenges in editing late nineteenth-and early twentieth-century prose fiction: what is editorial “completeness”?.

“The true-born Englishman” and the Irish bull: Daniel Defoe in the “Oxen of the Sun” episode of Ulysses (2016)
Book Chapter
Davison, S. (2016). “The true-born Englishman” and the Irish bull: Daniel Defoe in the “Oxen of the Sun” episode of Ulysses. In D. van Hulle, & R. Crowley (Eds.), New quotatoes: Joycean exogenesis in the digital ageBrill. doi:10.1163/9789004319622_009

This essay uses evidence from the notes that Joyce made in preparation to recapitulate the historical development of English prose style in the “Oxen of the Sun” chapter of Ulysses to identify the traces of Defoe’s works that appear in the text of th... Read More about “The true-born Englishman” and the Irish bull: Daniel Defoe in the “Oxen of the Sun” episode of Ulysses.

The value of linguistics to the teacher (2016)
Book Chapter
Giovanelli, M. (2016). The value of linguistics to the teacher. In M. Giovanelli (Ed.), Knowing about language: linguistics and the secondary English classroomRoutledge

Introduction (2016)
Book Chapter
Clayton, D., & Giovanelli, M. (2016). Introduction. In D. Clayton, & M. Giovanelli (Eds.), Knowing about language: linguistics and the secondary English classroomRoutledge

Using distributional statistics to acquire morphophonological alternations: evidence from production and perception (2016)
Journal Article
Buckler, H., & Fikkert, P. (2016). Using distributional statistics to acquire morphophonological alternations: evidence from production and perception. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00540

Morphophonological alternations, such as the voicing alternation that arises in a morphological paradigm due to final-devoicing in Dutch, are notoriously difficult for children to acquire. This has previously been attributed to their unpredictability... Read More about Using distributional statistics to acquire morphophonological alternations: evidence from production and perception.

‘Outside of everything and everybody’: renegotiating place in the classroom (2016)
Journal Article
Robinson, J. (in press). ‘Outside of everything and everybody’: renegotiating place in the classroom. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 21(2), doi:10.1080/13569783.2016.1155406

This article examines a series of plays created by Nottingham Playhouse Roundabout Theatre in Education Company in the first years of the twenty-first century that aimed to respond to rising concerns about the impact of increasing numbers of refugees... Read More about ‘Outside of everything and everybody’: renegotiating place in the classroom.

The portormin (dunbeath) runestone (2016)
Journal Article
Findell, M. (2016). The portormin (dunbeath) runestone. Futhark: International Journal of Runic Studies, 6,

A stone with a short runic inscription was discovered on the beach at Portormin Harbour in Dunbeath, Caithness, in 1996. The find attracted some press attention at the time, but has been largely ignored by the runological com­mu­nity amid doubts over... Read More about The portormin (dunbeath) runestone.

St Andrews and Aberdeen (2016)
Book Chapter
Royan, N. (2016). St Andrews and Aberdeen. In D. Wallce (Ed.), Europe: a literary history 1348-1418Oxford University Press