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The French language: monocentric or pluricentric? Standard language ideology and attitudes towards the French language in twentieth-century language columns in Quebec (2020)
Journal Article
Walsh, O. (2020). The French language: monocentric or pluricentric? Standard language ideology and attitudes towards the French language in twentieth-century language columns in Quebec. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, https://doi.org/10.1080/01434632.2020.1839085

Quebec has a tradition of language columns, articles discussing questions related to the French language produced by a single author and published regularly in the periodical press (Remysen 2005, 270-71). This study examines the content and discourse... Read More about The French language: monocentric or pluricentric? Standard language ideology and attitudes towards the French language in twentieth-century language columns in Quebec.

Rural life, Roman ways?: Examination of late Iron Age to late Romano-British burial practice and mobility at Dog Hole Cave, Cumbria (2020)
Journal Article
O'Regan, H., Bland, K., Evans, J., Holmes, M., McLeod, K., Philpott, R., …Wilkinson, D. M. (2020). Rural life, Roman ways?: Examination of late Iron Age to late Romano-British burial practice and mobility at Dog Hole Cave, Cumbria. Britannia, 51, 83-116. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0068113X20000136

The scarcity of Romano-British human remains from northwest England has hindered understanding of burial practice in this region. Here, we report on the excavation of human and non-human animal remains and material culture from Dog Hole cave, Haverbr... Read More about Rural life, Roman ways?: Examination of late Iron Age to late Romano-British burial practice and mobility at Dog Hole Cave, Cumbria.

Professional Communication: Consultancy, Advocacy, Activism (2020)
Book
Mullany, L. (Ed.). (in press). Professional Communication: Consultancy, Advocacy, Activism. London: Palgrave Macmillan

This edited book presents contemporary empirical research investigating the use of language in professional settings, drawing on the contributions of a set of internationally-renowned authors. The book takes a critical approach to understanding profe... Read More about Professional Communication: Consultancy, Advocacy, Activism.

Legal Custom & Lex Castrensis?: Using Law and Literature to Navigate the North-Sea Neighbourhood in the Late Viking Age (2020)
Book Chapter
Ruiter, K. (in press). Legal Custom & Lex Castrensis?: Using Law and Literature to Navigate the North-Sea Neighbourhood in the Late Viking Age. In Britain and its Neighbours. London: Routledge

In his Lex Castrensis, the thirteenth-century Danish writer Sven Aggesen tells the story of the creation of a law that he attributes to Knútr inn ríki (Cnut the Great) as a means of governing his substantial military following of retainers, known as... Read More about Legal Custom & Lex Castrensis?: Using Law and Literature to Navigate the North-Sea Neighbourhood in the Late Viking Age.

Peasant Perspectives on the Medieval Landscape: A study of three communities (2020)
Book
Kilby, S. (2020). Peasant Perspectives on the Medieval Landscape: A study of three communities. University of Hertfordshire Press

This compelling new study forms part of a new wave of scholarship on the medieval rural environment in which the focus moves beyond purely socio-economic concerns to incorporate the lived experience of peasants. For too long, the principal intellectu... Read More about Peasant Perspectives on the Medieval Landscape: A study of three communities.

Linking Law: Viking and Medieval Scandinavian Law in Literature and History (2020)
Journal Article
Ruiter, K. (2020). Linking Law: Viking and Medieval Scandinavian Law in Literature and History. The Historian, 8-12

This short magazine article highlights ongoing interdisciplinary scholarship which has cast light on the surprisingly sophisticated world of Viking-Age and Medieval Scandinavian law and its wide-ranging influence in these societies.

Soft Power Determinants in the World and Implications for China: A Quantitative Test of Joseph Nye's Theory on Three Soft Power Resources and of the Positive Peace Agreement (2019)
Journal Article
Lai, H. (2019). Soft Power Determinants in the World and Implications for China: A Quantitative Test of Joseph Nye's Theory on Three Soft Power Resources and of the Positive Peace Agreement. Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, 37(1), 8-35. https://doi.org/10.22439/cjas.v37i1.5904

Statistical tests are conducted on two explanations of soft power. One is Joseph Nye's argument that political values, foreign policy, and cultural appeals shape soft power, and the other is the positive peace argument which suggests the significant... Read More about Soft Power Determinants in the World and Implications for China: A Quantitative Test of Joseph Nye's Theory on Three Soft Power Resources and of the Positive Peace Agreement.

From Micro- to Macro-processes of Religious Change (2019)
Journal Article
Lutton, R. (2019). From Micro- to Macro-processes of Religious Change. Church History and Religious Culture, 99(3-4), 412-439. https://doi.org/10.1163/18712428-09903006

The article discusses the Europe-wide late medieval phenomenon of the cult of the Holy Name, using it as a case study to discuss the relationship of micro-and macro-historical transformations by scrutinizing the enormous success of a religious innova... Read More about From Micro- to Macro-processes of Religious Change.

Social representations of marketing work: advertising workers and social media (2019)
Journal Article
Cluley, R., & Green, W. (2019). Social representations of marketing work: advertising workers and social media. European Journal of Marketing, 53(5), 830-847. https://doi.org/10.1108/EJM-12-2016-0682

© 2019, Robert Cluley and William Green. Purpose: Informed by social representation theory, the study aims to explore how marketing workers represent their activities on social media. Design/methodology/approach: A naturalistic data set of 17,553 mes... Read More about Social representations of marketing work: advertising workers and social media.

Colour intensities: logics of race and resistance in Jamaica (2019)
Journal Article
Wright, C. (2019). Colour intensities: logics of race and resistance in Jamaica. Philosophy Today, 62(4), 18-45

This article evaluates the gains but also the losses of the set-theoretical ontology Badiou develops in Being and Event, in order to stress the importance of the shift to a concern with appearance and difference in Logics of Worlds. It is argued that... Read More about Colour intensities: logics of race and resistance in Jamaica.

Lousy revolutionaries: fiction, feminism, and failure in Ilene Segalove's The Riot Tapes (1984) (2019)
Journal Article
Bradnock, L. (2019). Lousy revolutionaries: fiction, feminism, and failure in Ilene Segalove's The Riot Tapes (1984). Oxford Art Journal, 42(1), 69-89. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxartj/kcy031

In 1970, Ilene Segalove was a student at the University of California, Santa Barbara, during a period of violent protests against the American Vietnam War. In 1984, as Ronald Reagan was elected to his second term as US President, Segalove made a vide... Read More about Lousy revolutionaries: fiction, feminism, and failure in Ilene Segalove's The Riot Tapes (1984).

Changing play – writing, researching and learning in an early years arts project (2019)
Journal Article
Franks, A., & Thomson, P. (2019). Changing play – writing, researching and learning in an early years arts project. Ethnography and Education, https://doi.org/10.1080/17457823.2019.1579659

'Changing Play' is an ongoing project initiated by education curators from the Serpentine, a prestigious London art gallery, working with the Portman children's centre nursery. Viewed by curators as a collaboration between artist, children's centre s... Read More about Changing play – writing, researching and learning in an early years arts project.

Cultural Protest in Journalism, Documentary Film and the Arts: Between Protest and Professionalisation (2019)
Book
Mutibwa, D. H. (2019). Cultural Protest in Journalism, Documentary Film and the Arts: Between Protest and Professionalisation. Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

Cultural Protest in Journalism, Documentary Films and the Arts: Between Protest and Professionalisation entails a comprehensive account of the history and trajectory of contemporary journalistic, (documentary) film, and arts and cultural actors roote... Read More about Cultural Protest in Journalism, Documentary Film and the Arts: Between Protest and Professionalisation.

Around the World in Action (2019)
Book Chapter
Gallagher, M. (2019). Around the World in Action. In A Companion to the Action Film, 74-96. Wiley

Professional vision in fashion design: practices and views of teachers and learners (2018)
Journal Article
Caruso, V., Cattaneo, A., Gurtner, J., & Ainsworth, S. (2019). Professional vision in fashion design: practices and views of teachers and learners. Vocations and Learning, 12(1), 47–65. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12186-018-09216-7

Professional vision is a key skill in visually-oriented professions, but its relevance to vocational education and training has only drawn limited attention from researchers. When educating fashion designers, professional vision is vital because prec... Read More about Professional vision in fashion design: practices and views of teachers and learners.

Subject choice as everyday accommodation/resistance: why students in England (still) choose the arts (2018)
Journal Article
Thomson, P., Hall, C., Earl, L., & Geppert, C. (2020). Subject choice as everyday accommodation/resistance: why students in England (still) choose the arts. Critical Studies in Education, 61(5), 545-560. https://doi.org/10.1080/17508487.2018.1525754

High school students are expected to make choices about which subjects they study. These choices are not completely open but steered by what is on offer, previous achievement and conversations with teachers, family and friends; choices are patterned... Read More about Subject choice as everyday accommodation/resistance: why students in England (still) choose the arts.

Peter Gabriel: Global Citizen (2018)
Book
Hegarty, P. (2018). Peter Gabriel: Global Citizen. London: Reaktion Books

This book considers how Peter Gabriel's music, video, performance, multimedia work and political engagement amount to a shifting understanding of location and locatedness. This moves from personal, psychological, historical and mythical location to a... Read More about Peter Gabriel: Global Citizen.

Noise (2018)
Book Chapter
Mansell, J. (in press). Noise. In Literature and sound. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (CUP)