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Centre for Regional Literature and Culture
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Publications 

Members of the CRLC regularly publish top-quality articles, monographs, scholarly editions, and more, which are recognised nationally and internationally as some of the best interdisciplinary works in the field.

By clicking on the drop-down headings below, you can view recent and past publications on three broad focuses of the CRLC.

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Members of the CRLC publish dynamic and interdisciplinary research
 
 

Literary Recoveries

Harrison, Andrew (2013), ‘Meat-lust: An Unpublished Manuscript by D. H. Lawrence’, Times Literary Supplement, 29 March 2013: 15.

Ní Fhlathúin, Máire, ed. (2017), Digital scholarly edition of the poetry of Thomas Morris, with critical apparatus, including introduction, notes and contextual material. Thomas D’Arcy Morris, The Griffin (1820) and other works Romantic Circles (In Press).

Ní Fhlathúin, Máire (2013),‘Transformations of Byron in the literature of British India’, Victorian Literature and Culture, forthcoming. Available at: <http://eprints.nottingham.ac.uk/2161/>

Ní Fhlathúin, Máire, ed. (2011), The Poetry of British India, London: Pickering & Chatto

Kirwan, Peter (2013), ‘Apocrypha and Canonical Expansion in the Marketplace’ in Philological Quarterly, 91.2, 247-75.

Kirwan, Peter (2011), ‘Chasing Windmills: An Identity Crisis in Double Falsehood at the Union Theatre, Southwark’ in Shakespeare, 7.3 , 329-34.

Pratt, Lynda, and Packer, Ian (2018), 'Robert Southey and the Peninsular War', in Diego Saglia, Diego and Ian Haywood, eds.,Spain in British Romanticism (New York, Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 36-54.

Pratt, Lynda and Ian Packer, eds. (2017), Collected Letters of Robert Southey: Part 6, Romantic Circles.

Pratt, Lynda, Tim Fulford and Ian Packer, eds. (2016), The Collected Letters of Robert Southey: Part 5, Romantic Circles.

Pratt, Lynda and Ian Packer, eds. (2013), The Collected Letters of Robert Southey: Part 4Romantic Circles.

Pratt, Lynda, Ian Packer, and Carol Bolton eds. (2012), Shorter Poems, vol. 1 of Robert Southey: Later Poetical Works, 1811-38, London: Pickering and Chatto.

Pratt, Lynda and Ian Packer, eds. (2011), The Collected Letters of Robert Southey Part 2, Romantic Circles.

Pratt, Lynda, ed. (2009), The Collected Letters of Robert Southey, Part 1, Romantic Circles.

Pratt, Lynda & Tim Fulford, eds. (2009), The Letters of Robert Bloomfield and his Circle, Romantic Circles.

Pratt, Lynda, ed. (2006), Robert Southey and the Contexts of English Romanticism, Aldershot: Ashgate.

Pratt, Lynda, Daniel E. White, Ian Packer, Tim Fulford and Carol Bolton, eds. (2012), Laureate Poems, vol. 3 of Robert Southey: Later Poetical Works, 1811-38, London: Pickering and Chatto.

Scott, Rebekah (2011), ‘C’est strictement confidentiel: buried allusions in Confidence (1879)’, Ch. 15 of Henry James’s Europe: Heritage and Transfer, eds. Annick Duperray, Adrian Harding and Dennis Tredy Cambridge: Open Book: 169-78.

 

Space and Place

Kirwan, Peter (2018), 'Cheek by Jowl: Reframing Complicity in Web-Streams of Measure for Measure'. In: Aebischer, Pascale, Greenhalgh, Suzanne and Osborne, Laurie E., eds., Shakespeare and the ‘Live’ Theatre Broadcast Experience Bloomsbury. 161-75.

Kirwan, Peter (2015), 'The Roared-at Boys?: Repertory Casting and Gender Politics in the RSC's 2014 Swan Season Shakespeare'. 11(3), 247-61.

Ní Fhlathúin, Máire (2010), ‘Staging Criminality and Colonial Authority: the Execution of Thug Criminals in British India’, Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film. 37.1: 23-32.

Pratt, Lynda (2011), ‘Is he “well authenticated”? Southey and Anna Seward’, in Ashley Chantler, Michael Davies and Philip Shaw, eds., Literature and Authenticity, 1780-1900, Aldershot: Ashgate, 25-37.

Pratt, Lynda (2008), ‘“Let not Bristol be ashamed”? Coleridge’s Afterlife in the Early Recollections of Joseph Cottle’, in James Vigus and Jane Wright Coleridge’s Afterlives, eds., London and New York: Palgrave: 20-35.

Robinson, Joanna (2016), Theatre and the Rural, Palgrave.

Robinson, Joanna (2016), ‘“Outside of everything and everybody”: renegotiating place in the classroom’ Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance. 21(2), 214-228.

Robinson, Joanna (2010), Mapping the Moment: Performance Culture in Nottingham: 1857-1867.

Robinson, Joanna (2010), ‘Mapping the Field: Moving through Landscape’, Performance Research: Fieldworks, 15.4: 86-96.

Robinson, Joanna (2007), ‘Becoming more Provincial? The Global and the Local in Theatre History’, New Theatre Quarterly, 23.3: 229-40.

Sutherland, Lucie (2017), 'Mapping the Robin Hood Rifles in mid-nineteenth-century Nottingham', Transactions of the Thoroton Society, 2016 (120), 143-155.

 

Region and Nation 

Alexander, Neal and James Moran, eds., (2013), Regional Modernisms, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Alexander, Neal and James Moran (2013), ‘Introduction: Regional Modernisms’, in Neal Alexander and James Moran, eds., Regional Modernisms, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press: 1-21.

Harrison, Andrew (2013), ‘The Regional Modernism of D. H. Lawrence and James Joyce’, in Neal Alexander and James Moran, ed., Regional Modernisms, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press: 44-64.

Head, Dominic (2017), Modernity and the English Rural Novel, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Head, Dominic, ed. (2016), The Cambridge History of the English Short Story, Cambridge: Cambridge Unviersity Press.

Head, Dominic (2016), 'The Rural Tradition in the English Short Story', in The Cambridge History of the English Short Story, ed. by Dominic Head, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 252-268.

Head, Dominic (2015), 'Mapping Rural and Regional Identities', in The Cambridge Companion to British Fiction Since 1945, ed. by David James, Camridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 13-27.

Kirwan, Peter and Mathieson, Charlotte (2015), 'A Tale of Two Londons: Locating Shakespeare and Dickens in 2012'. In: Erin Sullivan and Paul Prescott, eds., Shakespeare on the Global Stage: Performance and Festivity in the Olympic Year Bloomsbury. 227-252

Martin, Joanna (2015), The Maitland Quarto Manuscript: A New Edition of Cambridge, Pepys Library, MS 1408. Scottish Text Society publications. Fifth series, Martlesham: Boydell & Brewer.

Martin, Joanna (2008), Kingship and Love in Scottish Poetry, 1424-1540, Aldershot: Ashgate.

Moran, James (2010), Irish Birmingham: A History, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

Pratt, Lynda (2010), ‘Southey’s West Country’, in N. Roe, eds. English Romantic Writers and the West Country, London & New York: Palgrave, 201-217.

Pratt, Lynda and Damian Walford Davies, eds., (2007), Wales and the Romantic Imagination, Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Robinson, Joanna (2017),  Beyond Outcast London: Theatre in the Provinces at the fin de siècle. In: JOSEPHINE GUY, ed., The Edinburgh Companion to Fin de Siècle Literature, Culture and the Arts Edinburgh University Press, pp. 229-243.

Rounce, Adam (2013), Fame and Failure: the Unfulfilled Literary Life, 1720-1800, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Royan, Nicola ed. (2007), Langage Cleir Illumynate: Scottish Poetry from Barbour to Drummond: 1375-1650, Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Scott, Rebekah (2013), ‘Snarling Charles: A Saxon Style of Restraint,’ Ch. 8 of Dickens’s Style, ed. Daniel Tyler. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 176-94.

Scott, Rebekah (2013), ‘”Marmoreal darling of the Few”: Henry James, Max Beerbohm, and the Spirit of Caricature’, Literary Imagination, 15.1: 124-44.

Sutherland, Lucie (2018), ‘Past the memoir: Winifred Dolan beyond the West End’ in Stage Women: Female Theatrical Workers, Professional Practice, and Agency in the Twentieth Century, Maggie Gale and Kate Dorney, eds, Manchester University Press.

Sutherland, Lucie (2017), 'Mapping the Robin Hood Rifles in mid-nineteenth-century Nottingham', Transactions of the Thoroton Society, 2016 (120), 143-155.

Ward, Abigail (2013), ‘Assuming the Burden of Memory: The Translation of Indian Indenture in Peggy Mohan’s Jahajin’, The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 48:3, 269-86. 

Ward, Abigail (2012), ‘“The Cloud of Ambivalence”: Exploring Diasporan Identity in The Atlantic Sound and A New World Order’, Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent and Daria Tunca, Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi:191-212.

Ward, Abigail (2011),‘“Looking Across the Atlantic” in Caryl Phillips’s In the Falling Snow’, Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 47.3 , 296-308. 

Ward, Abigail (2011), Tracing Significant Footsteps: Ismith Khan and the Indian-Caribbean Short Story’, The Caribbean Short Story: Critical Perspectives, ed. by Lucy Evans, Mark McWatt and Emma Smith, Leeds: Peepal Tree: 95-109.

Ward, Abigail (2011), Caryl Phillips, Fred D'Aguiar and David Dabydeen: Representations of Slavery, Manchester: Manchester University Press

Ward, Abigail (2009), Guest editor, with Dave Gunning, ‘Tracing black America in black British culture’, Special Issue of Atlantic Studies, 6.2

Ward, Abigail with Dave Gunning (2009), ‘Editorial: Tracing black America in black British culture’, Atlantic Studies, 6.2, 149-58.

 
 

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