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  • The City's Hostile Bodies: Coriolanus's Rome and Carson's Belfast 

    Taylor-Collins, Nicholas (Modern Humanities Research Association, 2020-01-02)
    When change is articulated in literary cities, from the early republican Rome of Coriolanus (1608) to the Troubles Belfast of Ciaran Carson‘s Belfast Confetti (1989), bodies become agents of that change. These bodies-at-war ...
  • The Duke’s Hospitable return in Measure for Measure 

    Taylor-Collins, Nicholas (Oxford University Press, 2018-10-16)
    Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure (1604) reveals the psycho-geographic importance of the city gates and their importance in the practice of hospitality. The Duke, his body disguised as a friar, demands his substitute Angelo ...
  • ‘This Prison Where I Live’: Ireland Takes Centre Stage 

    Taylor-Collins, Nicholas (SAGE, 2015-10-01)
    Although never visibly staged, Ireland plays a critical role in monarchic succession in Shakespeare's histories. Through two complementary offstage phenomena, the ‘spectral’ and the ‘obscene’, this article reveals how ...
  • “[L]ike a shoal of fish moving within a net”: 'King Lear' and McGahern’s Family in 'Amongst Women' 

    Taylor-Collins, Nicholas (Peter Lang, 2014)
    The family has always been a topic of literature and modern Irish literature is no different; however, in Irish literature – particularly that of the second half of the twentieth century – there exists a socio-political ...
  • Shakespeare and Contemporary Irish Literature 

    Taylor-Collins, Nicholas; van der Ziel, Stanley (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)
    This book shows that Shakespeare continues to influence contemporary Irish literature, through postcolonial, dramaturgical, epistemological and narratological means. International critics examine a range of contemporary ...
  • “Remember me”: Hamlet, memory and Bloom’s poiesis 

    Taylor-Collins, Nicholas (Taylor and Francis, 2017-03-17)
    Although memory is not explicitly named in “Hades”, it nonetheless features centrally. Intertextuality is an example of memory, and in “Hades” Shakespeare’s Hamlet is remembered – specifically the Ghost’s relation to Hamlet, ...
  • Spatially Democratic Pedagogy: Children’s Design and Co-Creation of Classroom Space 

    Clement, Jennie (Springer, 2019-10-30)
    Young children’s participation has been specifically foregrounded as a pedagogical element within education policy in Wales. However, there is currently little evidence that this policy concerned with participation has ...
  • Qualitative Individual Interviews With Deaf People 

    Attfield, Kate (SAGE, 2019-09-24)
    This entry explores the process of interviewing individual Deaf people, in an overview of the field. Areas for discussion include the processes and practical steps of interview preparation and interviewing, involving ...
  • Spiritual moments making music in nature. A study exploring the experiences of children making music outdoors, surrounded by nature 

    Adams, Dylan; Beauchamp, Gary (Taylor and Francis, 2019-08-21)
    Outdoor learning is recognised internationally as an essential part of a child’s holistic education and children’s wellbeing can be improved when being outdoors surrounded by nature. However, there is a growing body of ...
  • Domestic Cosmopolitanism in Germaine de Staël’s Coppet and in Corinne, or Italy 

    Casaliggi, Carmen (Taylor and Francis, 2019-12-19)
    This essay argues for the intellectual ethos of cosmopolitanism shared in the salon culture of Germaine de Staël’s Enlightenment centre at Coppet and reflects on the overlooked significance of a cosmopolitanism rooted in ...
  • Enquiry Based Learning. Learning Packages for the PGCE primary programme 

    Davis, Susan; Watkins, Sharne; Anthony, Cheryl; Dafydd, Sioned; Davies-Barnes, Sian; Hurcom, J. (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2014-06-10)
  • Mobile learning and the outdoors 

    Beauchamp, Gary; Young, Nick; Price, Ruby (SAGE, 2019-03-01)
  • Quick and Queer: Love-Life-Writing in Orlando and Affinity 

    Simpson, Kathryn (Springer, 2016-07-26)
    At first glance, Virginia Woolf’s Orlando: A Biography (1928) and Sarah Waters’s Affinity (1999) seem to be very different kinds of novel growing out of different social, cultural and political contexts, yet both quite ...
  • Principles of Equality: Managing Equality and Diversity in a Steiner School 

    Attfield, Robin; Attfield, Kate (Intech Open, 2019-06-07)
    Principles of equality are examined in the context of managing equality and diversity in practice. Our case study is the Cardiff Steiner School, an independent international school located in Wales, UK with educational ...
  • The Concept of ‘Gaia’ 

    Attfield, Robin; Attfield, Kate (Wiley, 2016-08-16)
    The Gaia theory of James Lovelock proposes that the Earth is a self‐regulating system, or super‐organism, maintaining conditions hospitable to contemporary planetary biota. Objections to this theory, concerning its alleged ...
  • Growing up in the 21st Century 

    Beauchamp, Gary; Hodgkin, Kieran; Wilkinson, Sue; Pickford, Andrew (Routledge, 2017-07-27)
  • A Connected Curriculum: Working across Subject Boundaries in Music and Drama 

    Breeze, Thomas (University of Cumbria, 2018-07-09)
    The new Successful Futures curriculum in Wales places a strong emphasis on cross-curricular working, defining six broad ‘Areas of Learning and Experience’ (AoLE), one of which is expressive arts. Initial Teacher Education ...
  • More than you were 

    Thatcher, Christina (Parthian Books, 2017-05-01)
    When David Thatcher died of a drug overdose in America, his daughter wrote to understand what came after. The result is a striking collection of poetry which explores addiction, family politics, childhood memories and ...
  • Losing Andrew: Disenfranchised Grief in Shelly Wagner’s Poetry 

    Thatcher, Christina (University of Jyväskylä, 2018)
  • Entrepreneurship in Education Live Projects 

    Griffiths, D.; Tarling, C.; Packer, Rhiannon; Newby, J. (2015)
    This special issue is a collaboration with “ETCToolkit” The “Enhancing the Curriculum (ETC) Toolkit” was developed as a free resource to support educators, seeking to develop skills and knowledge in ...

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