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Henry James "In The Minor Key" (2020)
Book Chapter
Scott, R. (in press). Henry James "In The Minor Key". In The Sound of Henry James. Trieste, Italy: University of Trieste Press

Discourse and health communication (2020)
Book Chapter
Brookes, G., & Hunt, D. (2020). Discourse and health communication. In Corpus discourse and mental health. London: Bloomsbury Publishing

Corpus discourse and mental health (2020)
Book
Hunt, D., & Brookes, G. (2020). Corpus discourse and mental health. London: Bloomsbury Publishing

Situated at the interface of corpus linguistics and health communication, Corpus, Discourse and Mental Health provides insights into the linguistic practices of members of three online support communities as they describe their experiences of living... Read More about Corpus discourse and mental health.

Professional Communication: Consultancy, Advocacy, Activism (2020)
Book
Mullany, L. (2020). L. Mullany (Ed.). 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: cultural contacts and exchanges in Medieval and early modern Europe. 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)
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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.

Berserks Behaving Badly: Manipulating Normative Expectations in Eyrbyggja saga (2020)
Book Chapter
Ruiter, K. (2020). Berserks Behaving Badly: Manipulating Normative Expectations in Eyrbyggja saga. In Narrating Law and Laws of Narration in Medieval Scandinavia, (171-184). De Gruyter

A common thread running through the present volume is the consistent highlighting of the flexibility, negotiation, and pragmatism that is so apparent in narrated descriptions of law, legal norms, and legal practice in the medieval Scandinavian milieu... Read More about Berserks Behaving Badly: Manipulating Normative Expectations in Eyrbyggja saga.

The entire 'Man of Letters'?: Robert Southey, correspondence and Romantic incompleteness (2020)
Book Chapter
Pratt, L. (2020). The entire 'Man of Letters'?: Robert Southey, correspondence and Romantic incompleteness. In M. Callaghan, & A. Howe (Eds.), Romanticism and the Letter (99-115). Switzerland: Springer Nature. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-29310-9

‘[I]ncompleteness, fragmentation, and ruin’ have been described as central to ‘both the theory and the actuality of Romanticism’...

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.

Postdigital storytelling: poetics, praxis, research (2019)
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Jordan, S. (2019). Postdigital storytelling: poetics, praxis, research. London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315112251

Postdigital Storytelling offers a groundbreaking re-evaluation of one of the most dynamic and innovative areas of creativity today: digital storytelling. Central to this reassessment is the emergence of metamodernism as our dominant cultural conditio... Read More about Postdigital storytelling: poetics, praxis, research.

Robert Southey and his age: ageing, old age and the days of old (2019)
Journal Article
Pratt, L. (2019). Robert Southey and his age: ageing, old age and the days of old. Romanticism, 24(1), 271-280. https://doi.org/10.3366/rom.2019.0432

Throughout a four-decade career, the controversial poet, historian, biographer and essayist Robert Southey explored the trajectories both of his own individual life and of the time and the society in which he lived. Using a range of published and unp... Read More about Robert Southey and his age: ageing, old age and the days of old.

Devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus in the Medieval West (2019)
Book Chapter
LUTTON, R. (2019). Devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus in the Medieval West. In Illuminating Jesus in the Middle Ages (129-53). Leiden /Boston: Brill Academic Publishers. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004409422_009

From the eleventh century onward, there was an increasing preoccupation in Western Christianity with Christ’s humanity and suffering body. This “Christocentric turn” was not just towards the bloodied human body of Christ but also towards his human na... Read More about Devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus in the Medieval West.

A Deviant Word Hoard: A Preliminary Study of Non-Normative Terms in Early Medieval Scandinavia (2019)
Book Chapter
Ruiter, K. (2019). A Deviant Word Hoard: A Preliminary Study of Non-Normative Terms in Early Medieval Scandinavia. In Social Norms in Medieval ScandinaviaAmsterdam University Press

Norms, normativity, and the transgression thereof have long been topics of special interest in the social sciences; however, these studies routinely demonstrate an inherent fluidity between normativity and deviance, making the study of either in isol... Read More about A Deviant Word Hoard: A Preliminary Study of Non-Normative Terms in Early Medieval Scandinavia.

Different strokes: judicial violence in Viking-Age England and Scandinavia (2019)
Journal Article
Ruiter, K., & Ashby, S. P. (2019). Different strokes: judicial violence in Viking-Age England and Scandinavia. Viking and Medieval Scandinavia, 14, 153-184. doi:10.1484/j.vms.5.116393

This paper takes a fresh look at the use of judicial violence in the societies of Viking-Age England and Scandinavia. Using interdisciplinary methodologies, it considers legal, historical, literary, and archaeological evidence for judicially-prescrib... Read More about Different strokes: judicial violence in Viking-Age England and Scandinavia.

Elegy and Commemorative Writing (2018)
Book Chapter
Martin, J., Mathis, K., & Royan, N. (2018). Elegy and Commemorative Writing. In N. Royan (Ed.), The International Companion to Scottish Literature, 1400-1650