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Promoting Open Access and Innovations : From Synergies to Le Centre de recherche interuniversitaire sur les humanités numériques
This article discusses the relationship between digital humanities and disciplinary boundaries in the last decade, primarily in the context of the national project Synergies. It offers first an overview of Synergies as a ...
Introduction : deviance and defiance
The thirteenth annual meeting of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism took place August 13–16, 2005 in Montreal, Canada, sponsored by Université de Montréal. The conference was held in conjunction with ...
On watching rather than reading Count Basil
(European Romantic Review, 2004)
The performance of « Count Basil » at this year's NASSR conference was a unique opportunity for those in attendance to share a theatrical experience with the actors in ways that are usually not available to readers and ...
Representing Leigh Hunt’s Autobiography
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)
That study attempted to elaborate the problematic of [Leigh Hunt's] position within the London literary and political scene between the years 1805 and1828, the contributions he made to British literature and journalism, ...
Science, gender and otherness in Shelley's Frankenstein and Kenneth Branagh's film adaptation
Questions of gender and genre in Frankenstein remain complex issues for contemporary critics, in the novel itself as well as in its cinematographic adaptations, from John Whale's classic 1931 version to Kenneth Branagh's ...
Shelley’s editing process in the preface to Epipsychidion
Prefaces are often disregarded by readers who, more often than not, start without taking time to peruse them first. Sir Walter Scott knew this perfectly well, and he wrote about it, very wittily, in "A PostScript Which ...
Totally Clueless : Heckerling and Queer Sexuality in Austen’s « Emma »
(Cambria Press, 2011)
This chapter offers a new reading of the sexual politics that are at play in Jane Austen's 1816 "Emma" through the exploration of film director Amy Heckerling's retelling of Austen's original story. Heckerling's 1995 film, ...
Economics and architecture
The residual character of externalities
(Taylor & Francis, 2010-03-22)
This paper claims that the term ‘externality’ designates a residual entity that corresponds to what is left aside by the market. Fluctuations in the importance granted to externalities reflect fluctuations in the place ...
Do metaphors affect economic theory?
(Cambridge University Press, 1999-04)