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Why we do not adapt Jean Rhys (2020)
Book Chapter
Artt, S. (2020). Why we do not adapt Jean Rhys. In M. Stewart, & R. Munro (Eds.), Intercultural Screen Adaptation: British and Global Case Studies. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press

Abstract not available.

Scottish Modernism and the “Renaissance” (2020)
Book Chapter
Lyall, S. (in press). Scottish Modernism and the “Renaissance”. In I. Duncan (Ed.), The Cambridge History of Scottish Literature. Cambridge University Press

No abstract available. Forthcoming 2023.

Annotating the Everyday in a Modernist Scholarly Edition (2020)
Journal Article
Thomson, T. (2020). Annotating the Everyday in a Modernist Scholarly Edition. Modernist Cultures, 15(1), 92-109. https://doi.org/10.3366/mod.2020.0281

This article interrogates current approaches to the annotation of scholarly editions in order to reframe annotation practice within an emerging ‘new modernist editing’. Using the Broadview edition of Dorothy Richardson’s The Tunnel as a case study to... Read More about Annotating the Everyday in a Modernist Scholarly Edition.

Nan Shepherd, Scotland and the nature of rural modernism (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Lyall, S. (2019, May). Nan Shepherd, Scotland and the nature of rural modernism. Presented at Modernist Legacies and Futures: Modernist Studies Ireland inaugural conference, NUI Galway, Ireland

No abstract available.

Minor Modernisms: The Scottish Renaissance and the Translation of German-language Modernism (2019)
Journal Article
Lyall, S. (2019). Minor Modernisms: The Scottish Renaissance and the Translation of German-language Modernism. Modernist Cultures, 14(2), 213-235. https://doi.org/10.3366/mod.2019.0251

Germany has been epitomised in the twentieth century as Britain’s main rival and adversary. Yet Scottish modernists were influenced by Germany and German-language modernism to think more internationally about their nation and work, a cultural encount... Read More about Minor Modernisms: The Scottish Renaissance and the Translation of German-language Modernism.

Social Remembering, Disenchantment and First World War Literature, 1918–1930 (2018)
Journal Article
Frayn, A. (2018). Social Remembering, Disenchantment and First World War Literature, 1918–1930. Journal of War and Culture Studies, 11(3), 192-208. https://doi.org/10.1080/17526272.2018.1490072

The way that the First World War would be remembered was yet to be solidified in the years immediately after the Armistice and peace treaties. Using key case studies from the years 1918 to 1930 by combatant authors Gilbert Frankau, Ernest Raymond, C... Read More about Social Remembering, Disenchantment and First World War Literature, 1918–1930.

A Book is More Important than Food (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Gray, A. (2018, June). A Book is More Important than Food. Paper presented at International Publishing By the Book 5, Florence

A Book is more important than food: collaboration with Streetreads, a charity working with homeless readers in Edinburgh.

The Inheritors, H. G. Wells and Science Fiction: The Dimensions of the Future (2017)
Journal Article
Dryden, L. (2017). The Inheritors, H. G. Wells and Science Fiction: The Dimensions of the Future. Conradiana, 49(2/3), 103-120. https://doi.org/10.1353/cnd.2017.0013

In 1901 H.G. Wells published Anticipations, a provocative speculation on the future course of technology and on how social and political systems might evolve. In the same year, Conrad and Ford published their collaborative novel The Inheritors, a fan... Read More about The Inheritors, H. G. Wells and Science Fiction: The Dimensions of the Future.

A New Model for a University Press (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Gray, A. (2017, June). A New Model for a University Press. Paper presented at International Publishing By the Book 4, Florence, Italy

Publication of pedagogical research via staff/student collaboration.

Entrepreneurial teams and design thinking: a longitudinal evaluation of success factors (2017)
Thesis
Huber, F. Entrepreneurial teams and design thinking: a longitudinal evaluation of success factors. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/976980

Design continuously re-defines its meaning. Over the last years, the way designers interpret information, solve problems as well as prototype and express ideas has received increased attention from domains outside of traditional design, especially fr... Read More about Entrepreneurial teams and design thinking: a longitudinal evaluation of success factors.

Scottish Orientalism and the Bengal Renaissance: An Introduction (2017)
Book Chapter
Fraser, B. (2017). Scottish Orientalism and the Bengal Renaissance: An Introduction. In T. Mukherjee, A. Sen, & B. Fraser (Eds.), Scottish Orientalism and the Bengal Renaissance: The Continuum of Ideas (3-29). Santiniketan, W. Bengal, India: Luath Press

The historical relationship between Scotland and India is a relatively unexplored part of colonial history. This project seeks to re-examine the interchange of ideas initiated in the 18th century by the Scottish Enlightenment, and the ways in which t... Read More about Scottish Orientalism and the Bengal Renaissance: An Introduction.

H. Rider Haggard, Theophilus Shepstone and the Zikali trilogy: A Revisionist Approach to Haggard’s African Fiction (2016)
Thesis
Simpson, K. C. S. H. Rider Haggard, Theophilus Shepstone and the Zikali trilogy: A Revisionist Approach to Haggard’s African Fiction. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/978289

The history that H. Rider Haggard writes about in his imperial adventure romance fiction is neither collusive nor consensual with the Zulu who are often the focus of his novels. He writes a complex colonial narrative that characterises the Zulu as a... Read More about H. Rider Haggard, Theophilus Shepstone and the Zikali trilogy: A Revisionist Approach to Haggard’s African Fiction.

Tagore's School and Methodology: Classrooms Without Walls (2016)
Journal Article
Kane, T. (2016). Tagore's School and Methodology: Classrooms Without Walls. Gitanjali and Beyond, 1(1), 83. https://doi.org/10.14297/gnb.1.1.83-101

This paper argues that Rabindranath Tagore, a very practical man, developed a distinctive and successful educational methodology over the course of his work in educational systems. The paper seeks to show that Tagore drew inspiration and direction fr... Read More about Tagore's School and Methodology: Classrooms Without Walls.

‘Repetition / Interpretation / Failure: Towards an Ethics of Discourse Analysis’ (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Neill, C. (2015, March). ‘Repetition / Interpretation / Failure: Towards an Ethics of Discourse Analysis’. Presented at Manchester University, Discursive Practice Workshop., Manchester

"Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better." Embarking from Beckett's famous lines from Worstward Ho, this paper considers the import of the quotation in context to dispel the commonplace motivational reading of the quota... Read More about ‘Repetition / Interpretation / Failure: Towards an Ethics of Discourse Analysis’.

Ruined Skin: Gothic Genetics and Human Identity in Stephen Donaldson’s Gap cycle (2011)
Book Chapter
Alder, E. (2011). Ruined Skin: Gothic Genetics and Human Identity in Stephen Donaldson’s Gap cycle. In S. Wasson, & E. Alder (Eds.), Gothic Science Fiction 1980-2010. Liverpool University Press. https://doi.org/10.5949/liverpool/9781846317071.003.0008

This chapter offers a literary criticism of Stephen Donaldson's novel Gap. It discusses that transfiguration of the body, through the study of molecular biology and genetic engineering, creates a cultural unrest and horror. The strange metamorphosis... Read More about Ruined Skin: Gothic Genetics and Human Identity in Stephen Donaldson’s Gap cycle.

Tagore on the creative principle. (2011)
Presentation / Conference
Fraser, B. (2011, October). Tagore on the creative principle. Paper presented at Tagore's Vision of the Contemporary World