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Green Fields and Blue Roads

The Melancholy of the Girl Walker in Irish Women’s Fiction

Maureen O’Connor

heteronormativity reveals the contradictions and ambiguities attending the colour and its associations. The philosopher Kate Soper defines nature, in ‘its commonest and most fundamental sense’, as ‘opposed to culture, history, convention, … in short, to everything

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Borderland of the Mind

The Free City of Danzig and the Sovereignty Question

Elizabeth M. Clark

conversations about place begun by scholars like Timothy Snyder in The Reconstruction of Nations , Kate Brown’s A Biography of No Place , and Jeremy King’s Budweisers into Czechs and Germans . Gregor Thum’s Uprooted: How Breslau became Wrocław during the

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Walking with the Goat-God

Gothic Ecology in Algernon Blackwood’s Pan’s Garden: A Volume of Nature Stories

Michelle Poland

dread that, for instance, great thunder-storms, tidal waves, or violent conflagrations rouse. 42 Some ecocritical scholars have advanced the argument – Kate Rigby’s Dancing with Disaster (2015) is probably the most recent and apposite example – that

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Ian McEwan Celebrates Shakespeare

Hamlet in a Nutshell

Elena Bandín and Elisa González

come into the world not responsible for it, and they are sometimes acted upon by people with terrible intent’. 23 This perspective is present in The Child in Time , a novel about an innocent three-year-old girl, Kate, who gets lost in a supermarket

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“Farmers Don't Dance”

The Construction of Gender in a Rural Scottish School

Fiona G. Menzies and Ninetta Santoro

Barbara Pini and colleagues (2014) remind us. In seeking to redress this imbalance, Kate Cairns reports in her ethnographic study that some girls construct contradictory future narratives in envisioning urban femininities while living in a rural location

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Katherine Scheil

absolutes’. 52 For Lanyer, subsuming her life story into a narrative connected to Shakespeare has obvious problems. Kate Chedgzoy has argued that making Lanyer Shakespeare's mistress gives her ‘purchase on cultural memory or popular perceptions of the

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Social Isolation and Disrupted Privacy

Impacts of COVID-19 on Adolescent Girls in Humanitarian Contexts

Sarah Baird, Sarah Alheiwidi, Rebecca Dutton, Khadija Mitu, Erin Oakley, Tassew Woldehanna, and Nicola Jones

important to develop a package of support that is responsive to age, gender, and intersectionality. Acknowledgements We thank Mindset, IPA, and Laterite for overseeing data collection, and Kate Pincock for research assistance. The GAGE program is

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Nicholas L. Syrett

sexual act or gender presentation. This had obvious consequences for the role of age asymmetry in sexual relations. As Kate Fisher and Jana Funke have recently shown, sexologists in the early twentieth century argued that what constituted homosexuality as

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The Problem of Modern Pederasty in Queer History

A Case Study of Norman Douglas

Rachel Hope Cleves

—was a “dominant and a common” form of male same-sex practice throughout the West during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, but after the 1970s it was discarded as “the detritus of Queer Studies’ orientation toward political futurity.” 3 Kate

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“Let Us Be Giants”

Masculinity Nostalgia and Military Edutainment in South Asian War Comics

Tehmina Pirzada

of the Prophet. Kate Brittlebank (2019) contends that Sultan's adoption of the epithet “Haider” not only bolstered his masculine presentation but also situated him as the ruler of both Muslims and non-Muslims. Aftab's comic, by associating the name