Journal for the Study of British Cultures. Vol. 23, Heft 2/2016. New Perspectives, edited by Oliver Lindner € 32,00 Abopreis € 24,00

ISBN: 978-3-8260-6218-6
Autor: Berg, S./Emig, R./Gruß, S./Habermann, I./ Wiemann, D. (Hrsg.)
Year of publication: 2017
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Product No.: 6218
ISBN: 978-3-8260-6218-6
Year of publication: 2017
Pagenumbers: 112
Language: englisch
Short description: O. Lindner: Introduction – W. Schwanebeck: The Womb as a Battlefi eld. Debating Medical Authority in the Renaissance Midwife Manual – C. Wächter: Imagining the Prison Offi cer. The Quare Fellow – C. Singer: The Temporalities of Waiting in Paul Graham’s Photo Series Beyond Caring – J. J. Steller: Reading Confl icted Heroism. The Doctor as Maker in Steven Moffat’s Doctor Who – N. Falkenhayner: CCTV Beyond Surveillance. The Cultural Relevance of the Surveillance Camera and Its Images in Contemporary Britain – A. de Waal: Performing the ’Ultimate Private Act’ in Public. The Biopolitics of Breastfeeding in London – Reviews: Merle Tönnies (2014), (En-)Gendering a Popular Theatrical Genre. The Roles of Women in Nineteenth-Century British Melodrama – Neil Rennie (2013), Treasure Neverland. Real and Imaginary Pirates – Ursula Kluwick & Virginia Richter, eds. (2015), The Beach in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures: Reading Littorial Space – Christine Berberich, ed. (2015), The Bloomsbury Introduction to Popular Fiction – Toija Cinque, Christopher Moore & Sean Redman, eds. (2015), Enchanting David Bowie: Space/ Time/Body/Memory.

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