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Semi-Peripheral Realism: Nation and Form on the Borders of Europe

C Hazzard
Starting in the North Atlantic, the first part of the thesis will explore the form and structures of colonial domination in Iceland and the Faroe Islands, and will consider how the systematic underdevelopment  ...  Expanding the project's comparative scope to Turkey, the second part considers how the history of imperial decline and nation-building in the twentieth century are reflected in Orhan Pamuk and Latife Tekin's  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank my supervisors Dr Deaglán Ó Donghaile and Dr Filippo Menozzi for their guidance and support throughout my doctoral studies. I am immensely grateful for our many  ... 
doi:10.24377/ljmu.t.00012924 fatcat:vzdyap6exngqvlgocx3q7cf2va

Diffuse threats : US counterterrorism as an anxious affective infrastructure [article]

Marnie Margaret Ritchie
Dana Cloud continually called for me to connect my ideas to material conditions and write in the service of struggles against oppression.  ...  Dana, you have been such a force for change in the world, including in my life as I've grown through writing. Thank you for being there, every time.  ...  Just when one believes one has nailed it down, explained it, found it, anxiety has likely taken off in a new direction.  ... 
doi:10.15781/t2f766s31 fatcat:b7yycoihvvgtlmmmnqizpk6twm

LITERATURE THE ART OF LIVING Festschrift für Gerd Rohmann

Kasseler Personalschriften, Eva Oppermann
Bibliografische Information Der Deutschen Bibliothek Die Deutsche Bibliothek verzeichnet diese Publikation in der Deutschen Nationalbibliografie; detaillierte bibliografische Daten sind im Internet über  ...  2 Denise Riley was born in Carlisle in 1948 and adopted by a working-class couple who raised her in Gloucester.  ...  She studied moral sciences at Cambridge and received a PhD in philosophy at the University of Sussex.  ... 

Strange textures of vision : a study of the significance of mannered fictional techniques in six selected novel of D.H. Lawrence, William Faulkner, and Patrick White, together with a theoretical introduction on " The Novel of vision"

William Gerald Schermbrucker
, and specific stress is placed on strange or distorted elements in the language and structure of each novel, by which the novelist chiefly communicates his particular vision of reality.  ...  his society, offering society his vision which is usually in conflict with conventional values and norms of perception.  ...  He perversely interprets the applause for him as people "jumping on the lid of his coffin for luck before nailing it down, so that nothing of what was inside would escape them-ever" (p.622); then he goes  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0302192 fatcat:w7fkhvrdmvdrvat7rqvka3uvte