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Berger, R., 2013. Hang a Right at The Abbey: Jane Austen and the Imagined City. In: Raw, L. and Dryden, R.G., eds. Global Jane Austen: Pleasure, Passion, and Possessiveness in the Jane Austen Community. London: Palgrave Macmillan., pp. 119-142.

Berger, R., 2012. Active adaptations: Killing the girl with the dragon tattoo. In: 42nd Annual PCA/ACA National Conference, April 11-14 2012, Boston, MA, USA. (Unpublished)

Berger, R., 2012. Adaptation Nation: Medium Specificity in the UK. In: Bahloul, M. and Graham , C., eds. Lights! Camera! Action and the Brain: The Use of Film in Education. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, pp. 33-60.

Ball, D., 2011. Bi-Polarity in Dance: Widmerpool as the Negative Image of Jenkins. In: Anthony Powell's Literary London: Sixth Biennial Anthony Powell Conference, 2-4 September 2011, London. (Unpublished)

Berger, R., 2010. Converting the Controversial: regulation as 'source text' in adaptation. In: Albrecht-Crane, C. and Cutchins, D., eds. Adaptation Studies: New Approaches. Madison, New Jersey, USA: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 150 - 159.

Berger, R., 2010. Screwing Aliens and Screwing with Aliens: Torchwood slashes The Doctor. In: Ireland , A., ed. Illuminating Torchwood: Essays on Narrative, Character and Sexuality in the BBC Series. Jefferson. North Carolina.: McFarland & Company., pp. 66-75.

Berger, R., 2010. Never Seek to Tell Thy Love: E-Adapting Blake in the classroom. In: Cutchins, D., Raw, L. and Welsh, J., eds. Redefining Adaptation Studies. Lanham, MD, USA: Scarecrow Press, pp. 31-43.

Berger, R., 2005. Rewiring the Text: Adaptation and Translation in the Digital Heteroglossia. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.

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Dix, H., 2012. Mytho-poetics for a new millennium: decoding satire in Sebastian Faulks, Amanda Craig and Jim Crace. C21 Literature: Journal of 21st-century Writings, 1 (1).

Dix, H., 2012. From Markets to Metafiction: satires of the literary marketplace at the dawn of two new centuries. Textes et Contextes, 7.

Dix, H., 2011. Raymond Williams Since 2000. In: Woodhams, S., ed. Raymond Williams - Celtic radicals. Conway, Wales: Ashley Drake. (Submitted)

Dix, H., 2011. The Welsh European. In: Woodhams, S., ed. Raymond Williams - Celtic radicals. Conway: Ashley Drake. (Submitted)

Dix, H., 2010. Postmodern Fiction and the Break-Up of Britain. London: Continuum.

Dix, H., 2009. The Pedagogy of Cultural Materialism: Paulo Freire and Raymond Williams. In: Grossberg, L. and Seidl, M., eds. About Raymond Williams. London: Routledge, pp. 81-93.

Dix, H., 2009. “You and Your stories!”: Narrating the History of the Dispossessed in Amitav Ghosh’s Hungry Tide and Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children. In: Chaudry, B., ed. Amitav Ghosh: Critical Essays. New Delhi: PHI Learning.

Dix, H., 2008. After Raymond Williams: Cultural Materialism and the Break-Up of Britain. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Dix, H., 2008. “To Speak in New Ways”: Class and Poetry in Wales since 1970. In: Slanderous Tongues: Essays on Welsh Poetry in English 1970- 2000 ed. Daniel Williams. Bridgend: Seren.

Dix, H., 2007. Raymond Williams: Cultural Materialism and the Break-Up of Britain. Key Words (5).

Dix, H., 2005. Mark Twain: Freedom, Imperialism and Selective Tradition. Public Resistance, 2.1 (7).

Dix, H., 2004. The Permanent Tourist: Guidebooks in Travel and Education. Travel, Imagination and Myth: Proceedings of Tourism and Literature Annual Conference ed. Mike Robinson and David Picard. Sheffield: Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change.

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Flintham, J., 2011. Narrative Approaches to Wellbeing. In: Wellbeing 2011: The First International Conference Exploring the Multi-dimensions of Well-being, 18-19 July 2011, Birmingham City University, England.

Flintham, J., 2011. The Machine Starts: Computers as Collaborators in Writing. In: Non-Human Narratives , 27 April 2011, Bournemouth University, England.

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Hough, B. and Davis, H., 2009. The Wicked Machinery of Government: Malta and the Problems of Continuity under the New Model Administration. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 37 (4), pp. 555-573.

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Johnson-Smith, J., 2001. Between the candle and the star. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.

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Lynch, P., Germann Molz, J., McIntosh, A., Lugosi, P. and Lashley, C., 2011. Theorising hospitality. Hospitality & Society, 1 (1), pp. 3-24.

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MacGregor, P., 2009. Journalism, public imagination and cultural policy. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 15 (2), pp. 231-244.

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Pope, J., 2007. How do readers interact with hypertext fiction?: an empirical study of readers' reactions to interactive narratives. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.

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Round, J., 2012. Medium, spirits and embodiment in voice of the fire. In: Green, M. J.A., ed. Alan Moore and the Gothic Tradition. Manchester University Press.

Round, J., 2012. Fantastic alterities and The Sandman. In: Jakaitis, J. and Wurtz, J. F., eds. Crossing Boundaries in Graphic Narrative: Essays on Forms, Series and Genres. McFarland, pp. 71-92.

Round, J., 2012. Gothic and the graphic novel. In: Punter, D., ed. A New Companion to the Gothic. Oxford, England: Wiley-Blackwell, 335 - 349.

Round, J., 2010. “The Apocalypse of Adolescence”: Use of the Bildungsroman and Superheroic Tropes in Mark Millar & Peter Gross’s Chosen. In: Lewis, A. D. and Hoff Kraemer, C., eds. Graven images: religion in comic books and graphic novels. New York: Continuum, pp. 188-202.

Round, J., 2010. Reconstructing Alice Cooper: From the Inside to The Last Temptation. Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, 1 (2), pp. 151-170.

Readman, M., 2010. What's in a word? the discursive construction of 'creativity'. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.

Round, J., 2010. ‘“Be vewy vewy quiet. We’re hunting Wippers.” A Barthesian analysis of the construction of fact and fiction in Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s From Hell. In: Goggin, J. and Hassler-Forest, D., eds. The Rise and Reason of Comics and Graphic Literature: Critical Essays on the Form. Jefferson, NC., USA: McFarland.

Round, J., 2010. Can I call you Mommy? Myths of the feminine and superheroic in Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean's Black Orchid. In: Debating the difference: gender representation and self regulation. Dundee, Scotland.: Duncan of Jordanstone College, University of Dundee.

Round, J., 2010. Transforming Shakespeare: Neil Gaiman and The Sandman. In: Frus, P., ed. Beyond Adaptation: Essays on Radical Transformations of Original Works. Jefferson NC,USA: McFarland, pp. 95-110.

Round, J., 2010. Chapter One: “Is this a book?” DC Vertigo and the redefinition of comics in the 1990s. In: Williams, P. and Lyons, J., eds. Contemporary American Comics: Creators and their Contexts. University of Mississippi Press, pp. 14-30.

Round, J., 2010. Cryptomimetic tropes in Yoshitomo Nakura’s Batman: Death Mask. Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction. (In Press)

Round, J., 2010. It’s all relative: breaking barriers and binaries in Garth Ennis/Steve Dillon’s Preacher. Popular Narrative Media, 4. (Submitted)

Round, J., 2009. Impersonating Hollywood: The Conflicting Identity Discourses of 'Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories'. In: Wisniewski, K.A., ed. The Comedy of Dave Chappelle: Critical Essays. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, pp. 86-101.

Round, J., 2009. Mutilation and Monsters: Transcending the Human in Garth Ennis/Steve Dillon’s Preacher. In: Coelsch-Foisner, S. and Morales, M. F., eds. The Human Body in Contemporary Literatures in English. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, pp. 109-128.

Round, J., 2008. London’s Calling: Alternate Worlds and the City as Superhero in Contemporary British-American Comics. International Journal of Comic Art, 10 (1), pp. 24-31.

Round, J., 2008. Subverting Shakespeare? The Sandman #19. In: MacPherson, P., Murray, C., Spark, G. and Corstophine, K., eds. Sub/Versions: Cultural Status, Genre and Critique. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 18-33.

Round, J., 2007. Visual Perspective and Narrative Voice in Comics: Redefining Literary Terminology. International Journal of Comic Art, 9 (2), pp. 316-329.

Round, J., 2005. Fragmented Identity: The Superhero Condition. International Journal of Comic Art, 7 (2), pp. 358-369.

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Street, S., 2010. The Cartography of Thought: a Poetry Translation Workshop. In: Poetry in Translation, 30 June-2 July 2010, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich. (Submitted)

Street, S., 2010. The Cartography of Thought: a Poetry Translation Workshop. In: Poetry in Translation, 30 June-2 July 2010, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich. (Submitted)

Street, S., 2010. Robert Hayman and the Poetry of Arrival. In: Exploring New World Transitions - From Seasonal Presence to Permanent Settlement, 16-19 June 2010, Memorial University, St John's Newfoundland. (Unpublished)

Street, S., 2010. Time Between Tides: New and Selected Poems, 1981 - 2009. Ware, England: Rockingham Press.

Street, S. and May, J., 2009. Sable Island - A Dune Adrift. Radio. BBC Radio 4: UNSPECIFIED. 15 December 2009.

Street, S. and Hall, A., 2009. High Flight - The Poetry of John Magee. Radio. BBC Radio 4: UNSPECIFIED. 01 November 2009.

Street, S. and Cartwright, A., 2007. Then-Now: A Radio Poem. Radio. BBC Radio 4: UNSPECIFIED. 09 January 2007. 20.30.

Street, S., 1998. Film on Radio - The Case of Procession to the Private Sector. In: Purbeck Film Festival, October 1998, Rex Cinema, Wareham. (Unpublished)

Street, S., 1998. Beyond Paradise - The Wildlife of a Gentle Man. Other. Unpublished. (Unpublished)

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Thomas, B., 2002. Multiparty talk in the novel: the distribution of tea and talk in a scene from Evelyn Waugh's Black Mischief. Poetics Today, 23 (4), pp. 657-684.

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