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Polezzi, Loredana, ed. 1990. Lady Bell: piccolo manuale di giochi per viaggiatori. [Little games for travellers]. Translated from the original by Polezzi, Loredana. Palermo: Sellerio.

Lunati, Montserrat, ed. 1997. Rainy days (Dias De Lluvia): Short stories by contemporary Spanish women writers. Hispanic Classics, Aris & Phillips.

Andrews, Jean and Lunati, Montserrat, eds. 1998. Viajeros perdidos: Contemporary Spanish short stories. Bristol Classical Press.

Niven, BIll and Clarke, David, eds. 2000. Christoph Hein. Contemporary German Writers, Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Cento Bull, Anna, Diamond, Hanna and Marsh, Rosalind, eds. 2000. Feminisms and Women's Movement in Contemporary Europe. UK: Palgrave MacMillan.

Wyn Jones, Richard, ed. 2001. Critical theory and world politics. Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publications.

Di Napoli, R., Polezzi, Loredana and King, A., eds. 2001. Fuzzy boundaries? Modern languages and the humanities. London: CILT.

Polezzi, Loredana, ed. 2001. Translating travel: contemporary Italian travel writing in English translation. Studies in European Cultural Transition, vol. 12. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Parsons, Nicholas and Milner, Susan, eds. 2003. Reinventing France: state and society in the twenty-first century. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 10.1057/9781403948182

Burns, Jennifer and Polezzi, Loredana, eds. 2003. Borderlines: migrazioni e identità nel Novecento. Isernia: Cosmo Iannone Editore.

Berger, Stefan Karl, Feldner, Heiko Michael and Passmore, Kevin, eds. 2003. Writing history: theory and practice. Writing History, London: Arnold.

Parsons, Nicholas and Zhigang, Yuan, eds. 2004. Economic globalisation and employment policy. China's Labor and Social Security Publishing House.

Böll, Victor, Finlay, Frank and Owen, Ruth J., eds. 2005. Kölner Ausgabe der Werke Heinrich Bölls band 10. Kiepenheuer & Witsch.

Polezzi, Loredana, ed. 2006. The Translator Volume 12 (2006): special issue 'Translation, travel, migration'. St. Jerome Publishing.

Altenberg, Tilmann and Meyer-Minnemann, Klaus, eds. 2007. Europäische Dimensionen des Don Quijote in Literatur, Kunst, Film und Musik. Hamburg: Hamburg University Press.

Preece, J., Finlay, F. and Owen, Ruth J., eds. 2007. New German literature: life-writing and dialogue with the arts. Leeds-Swansea Colloquia on Contemporary German Literature, vol. 1. Oxford: Peter Lang.

Clarke, David and De Winde, Arne, eds. 2007. Reinhard Jirgl: Perspektiven, Lesarten, Kontexte. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Vighi, Fabio and Feldner, Heiko Michael, eds. 2007. Did somebody say ideology? On Slavoj Žižek and consequences. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Polezzi, Loredana and Ross, Charlotte, eds. 2007. In Corpore: bodies in post-unification Italy. The Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Series in Italian Studies, Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan and Cornils, Ingo, eds. 2008. Baader-Meinhof returns: History and cultural memory of German left-wing terrorism. German Monitor, vol. 70. Amsterdam; New York: Rodopi.

Feldner, Heiko and Gorrara, Claire Jacqueline, eds. 2008. Europe in the 1950s: The 'lost' decade [special issue of New Readings, vol. 9]. Cardiff: Cardiff School of Modern Languages.

Evans, David and Griffiths, Katherine, eds. 2008. Pleasure and pain in nineteenth-century French literature and culture. Amsterdam / New York: Rodopi.

Gorrara, Claire Jacqueline, ed. 2009. French Crime Fiction. European Crime Fictions, Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Langford, Rachael Elizabeth, ed. 2009. Textual Intersection: Literature, History and the Arts in Nineteenth-Century Europe. Internationale Forschungen zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft, vol. 129. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Clarke, David and Rechtien, Renate, eds. 2009. The politics of place in post-war Germany: Essays in literary criticism. Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter: Edwin Mellen.

Griffiths, Katherine and Evans, David, eds. 2009. Haunting presences: Ghosts in French literature and culture. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

McKeane, John and Opelz, Hannes, eds. 2010. Blanchot Romantique: A collection of essays. Romanticism and after in France, Oxford: Peter Lang.

Feldner, Heiko and Vighi, Fabio, eds. 2010. Žižek and ideology [special issue of the International Journal of Žižek Studies, vol. 4, no. 1]. Open Humanities Press.

Vighi, Fabio and Nuselovici, Alexis, eds. 2010. Pasolini, Fassbinder and Europe: Between Utopia and Nihilism. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Baines, Roger, Marinetti, Cristina and Perteghella, Manuela, eds. 2010. Staging and Performing Translation: Text and Theatre Practice. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Chafer, Tony and Cumming, Gordon David, eds. 2011. From Rivalry to Partnership: New Approaches to the Challenges of Africa. Farnham: Ashgate.

Hodgin, Nick and Pearce, Caroline, eds. 2011. The GDR remembered: Representations of the East German state since 1989. Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture, Camden House.

Evans, David and Griffiths, Katherine, eds. 2011. Institutions and power in nineteenth-century French literature and culture. Amsterdam / New York: Rodopi.

Feldner, Heiko Michael, Gorrara, Claire Jacqueline and Passmore, Kevin, eds. 2011. The Lost Decade? The 1950s in European History, Politics, Society and Culture. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholar Press.

Prout, Ryan and Altenberg, Tilmann, eds. 2011. Seeing in Spanish: From Don Quixote to Daddy Yankee - 22 Essays on Hispanic Visual Cultures. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Atkin, Rhian, ed. 2011. Textual wanderings: the theory and practice of narrative digression. Oxford: Legenda.

Altenberg, Tilmann and Owen, Ruth J., eds. 2011. Truth claims in fiction film: Special issue of New Readings journal. Cardiff: Cardiff School of Modern Languages.

Clarke, David and Wölfel, Ute, eds. 2011. Remembering the German Democratic Republic: Divided memory in a united Germany. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 10.1057/9780230349698

Hemmens, Alastair and Russell, Williams, eds. 2012. Autour de l'extrême littéraire. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Hatasa, Kazumi, Hatasa, Yukiko, Kudara, Masakazu and Shimizu, Takafumi, eds. 2012. Second language acquisition research and language education. [第二言語習得研究と言語教育]. Tokyo: Kuroshio Shuppan.

Clarke, David and Goodbody, Axel, eds. 2012. The Self in Transition: East German Autobiographical Writing Before and After Unification. Leiden: Brill.

Polezzi, Loredana and Ouditt, Sharon, eds. 2012. Studies in travel writing Vol 16 No 2 (2012): special issue 'Travel writing and Italy'. London: Routledge.

Di Piazza, Elio and Polezzi, Loredana, eds. 2012. Travel writing and the shape of the world. Textus: English studies in Italy, vol. 2. Rome: Carocci.

Owen, Ruth J., ed. 2012. The Hamlet zone: reworking Hamlet for European cultures. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Altenberg, Tilmann, ed. 2013. Imagining the Mexican Revolution: versions and visions in literature and visual culture. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Bossuat, Gerard and Cumming, Gordon David, eds. 2013. France, Europe and development aid: from the Treaties of Rome to the present day. Histoire économique et financière - XIXe-XXe, Paris: Institut de la gestion publique et du développement économique, Comité pour l’histoire économique et financière de la France.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan, ed. 2014. Poetry, poetics and translation in Anglo-German relations: Selected papers from the 2013 Conference of the Association for German Sudies. Wiley & Blackwell.

Vighi, Fabio, Nuselovici, Alexis and Ponzi, Mauro, eds. 2014. Between urban topographies and political spaces: threshold experiences. Lanham: Lexington Books.

Feldner, Heiko Michael, Vighi, Fabio and Žižek, S., eds. 2014. States of crisis and post-capitalist scenarios. Farnham: Ashgate.

Altenberg, Tilmann and Owen, Ruth J., eds. 2015. Comics and translation [Special issue of New Readings]. Cardiff: Cardiff University School of Modern Languages.

Lindfield, Peter and Margrave, Christie, eds. 2015. Rule Britannia? Britain and Britishness 1707-1901. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars.

Camilletti, Fabio and Cori, Paola, eds. 2015. Ten steps. Critical inquiries on Leopardi. Italian Modernities, Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang Ltd, International Academic Publishers.

Kolinská, Klará and Sanz Mingo, Carlos A., eds. 2015. Read on screen. Film adaptations of literature in English. Prague: Metropolitan University Prague.

Giles, Steve and Parker, Stephen, eds. 2016. German Life and Letters Special Issue:Rethinking Brecht: a special number. German Life and Letters, Wiley.

LeRon Shults, F. and Powell-Jones, Lindsay Gail, eds. 2016. Deleuze and the schizoanalysis of religion. Bloomsbury Academic.

Coss, Peter, Dennis, Chris, Julian-Jones, Melissa and Silvestri, Angelo, eds. 2017. Episcopal power and local society in Medieval Europe. 900-1400. Brepols Publishers.

Hodgin, Nick and Thakkar, Amit, eds. 2017. Scars and wounds: Film and legacies of trauma. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Preece, Julian and Hodgin, Nick, eds. 2017. Andreas Dresen. Contemporary German Writers and Filmmakers, Peter Lang.

Sanz Mingo, Carlos, Atilla, Aylin and Waterman, David, eds. 2019. Literature, narrative and trauma. Izmir: Ege Ûniversitesi Basımevi.

Moroncini, Ambra, Schecter, Darrow and Vighi, Fabio, eds. 2019. Resistance in Italian culture from Dante to the 21st Century. Franco Cesati Editore.

Al-Mazrooa, Nada 2018. Arabic localisation: key case studies for translation studies. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Altenberg, Tilmann 2000. Disposición y significado de las trayectorias de Sofía y Esteban en El siglo de las luces de Alejo Carpentier. In: Gunia, Inke, Schlickers, Sabine, Paschen, Hans and Niemeyer, Katharina eds. La modernidad revis(it)ada. Literatura y cultura latinoamericanas de los siglos XIX y XX, Berlin: Edition tranvia, pp. 389-404.

Altenberg, Tilmann 2001. Melancolía en la poesía de José María Heredia. Historia y Crítica de la Literatura, vol. 27. Madrid/Frankfurt: Iberoamericana/Vervuert.

Altenberg, Tilmann 2002. O pudor de Narciso: Estratégia retórica e consciência meta-diarística nos Cadernos de Lanzarote de José Saramago. In: Brauer-Figueiredo, M. Fima Viegas and Hopfe, Karin eds. Metamorfoses do Eu: O Diário e outros Géneros Autobiográficos na Literatura Portuguesa do Século XX (Actas da secção 8 do IV Congresso da Associação Alemã de Lusitanistas), Frankfurt: Teo Ferrer de Mesquita, pp. 231-248.

Altenberg, Tilmann 2003. La epistolaridad de Pepita Jiménez de Juan Valera. In: Stenzel, Hartmut and Wolfzettel, Friedrich eds. Estrategias narrativas y construcciones de una 'realidad': Lecturas de las 'Novelas contemporáneas' de Galdós y otras novelas de la época., Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: Ediciones del Cabildo Insular de Gran Canaria, pp. 227-248.

Altenberg, Tilmann 2004. De la antipoesía a la antiweb - Nicanor Parra (y sus huellas) en internet. In: Spiller, Roland, Heydenreich, Titus, Hoefler, Walter and Vergara Alarcón, Sergio eds. Memoria, duelo y narración. Chile después de Pinochet: literatura, cine, sociedad., Frankfurt: Vervuert, pp. 211-230.

Altenberg, Tilmann 2006. Metadiégesis y pseudodiégesis en la narrativa de Juan Valera. In: Grabe, N,, Lang, S. and Meyer-Minnemann, K. eds. La narración paradójica: "Normas narrativas" y el principio de la "transgresión", Madrid/Frankfurt: Iberoamericana/Vervuert, pp. 155-169.

Altenberg, Tilmann 2006. La crisis de la ideología panhispánica en la obra de José María Heredia, 'La visión' (1821): una temprana versión desconocida del poema 'Las sombras' (1825). Nueva Revista de Filología Hispánica 54 (1) , pp. 143-173.

Altenberg, Tilmann 2007. Don Quijote im film. In: Altenberg, Tilmann and Meyer-Minnemann, Klaus eds. Europäische Dimensionen des 'Don Quijote' in Literatur, Kunst, Film und Musik, Hamburg: Hamburg University Press, pp. 171-234.

Altenberg, Tilmann 2007. Alejo Carpentier o las trampas de la memoria: Tiempo regresivo y referencias al pasado en Viaje a la semilla. Iberoromania 64 (2) , pp. 95-113. 10.1515/IBER.2007.67

Altenberg, Tilmann 2008. Aegidius Albertinus, 'Der Landstörtzer Gusman von Alfarche oder Picaro genannt (1615)'. In: Meyer-Minnemann, Klaus and Schlickers, Sabine eds. La novela picaresca: concepto genérico y evolución del género (siglos XVI y XVII), Biblioteca Áurea Hispánica, vol. 54. Madrid / Frankfurt: Iberoamericana / Vervuert, pp. 263-307.

Altenberg, Tilmann 2008. Francisco de Quevedo, Historia de la vida del Buscón. In: Meyer-Minnemann, Klaus and Schlickers, Sabine eds. La novela picaresca: concepto genérico y evolución del género (siglos XVI y XVII), Biblioteca Áurea Hispánica, vol. 54. Madrid / Frankfurt: Iberoamericana / Vervuert, pp. 353-390.

Altenberg, Tilmann 2013. Introduction. In: Altenberg, Tilmann ed. Imagining the Mexican Revolution: Versions and Visions in Literature and Visual Culture, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, xxix-xxxiv.

Altenberg, Tilmann 2013. Executions by firing squad: how shootings were shot in films of the Mexican Revolution. In: Altenberg, Tilmann ed. Imagining the Mexican Revolution: Versions and Visions in Literature and Visual Culture, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 123-155.

Altenberg, Tilmann 2014. El naturalismo literario francés: una mirada sobre la doctrina de Zola desde España. New Readings 14 , pp. 64-83.
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Altenberg, Tilmann 2017. Cifuentes-Goodbody, Nicholas: The man who wrote Pancho Villa: Martín Luis Guzmán and the politics of life writing. Nashville: Vanderbilt UP. 2016. xiv + 208 pp. [Book Review]. Bulletin of Spanish Studies
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Altenberg, Tilmann 2018. Bolaño against Babel: multilingualism, translation and narration in 2666, ‘La parte de los críticos’. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 95 (2) 10.3828/bhs.2018.13
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Altenberg, Tilmann and Owen, Ruth J. 2011. Truth claims in fiction film: introduction. New Readings , i-iv.
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Altenberg, Tilmann and Owen, Ruth J. 2015. Comics and translation: introduction. New Readings , i-iv.
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Atkin, Rhian 2007. From Theseus to Daedalus: Saramago, Sr. José and the reader in the labyrinth of todos os nomes. Portuguese Studies 23 (2) , pp. 191-207.

Atkin, Rhian 2008. 'Are you sitting comfortably? reading Saramago aloud'. Ellipsis 6 , pp. 107-122.

Atkin, Rhian 2008. The unembodied self in Luís de Sttau Monteiro's um homem não chora. Working Papers in the Humanities (MHRA) 3 , pp. 33-42.

Atkin, Rhian 2010. Bernardo Soares, flânerie and the philosophy of inaction. Hispanic Research Journal 11 (2) , pp. 157-171. 10.1179/174582009X12608792134254

Atkin, Rhian 2011. Tell it again, José! some principles of digression in Saramago. In: Atkin, Rhian ed. Textual Wanderings: The Theory and Practice of Narrative Digression, Oxford: Legenda, pp. 99-111.

Atkin, Rhian 2012. Going nowhere in voyage autour de ma chambre and 'viagem nunca feita'. In: Frier, David G. ed. Pessoa in an Intertextual Web: Influence and Innovation, Oxford: Legenda, pp. 82-98.

Atkin, Rhian 2012. Saramago's labyrinths: a journey through form and content in blindness and all the names. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Atkin, Rhian 2013. Bernardo soares, pig of destiny! In: de Castro, Mariana Gray ed. Fernando Pessoa's Modernity without Frontiers: Influences, Dialogues, Responses, Woodbridge: Tamesis, pp. 181-192.

Atkin, Rhian 2014. Lisbon revisited: urban masculinities in twentieth-century Portuguese fiction. Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures, vol. 10. Oxford: Legenda.

Atkin, Rhian 2015. Narratives of power and resistance in Jorge de Sena’s O Físico Prodigioso. Ellipsis 13 , pp. 13-32.
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Atkin, Rhian 2016. In Praise of Subjectivity: Vision and Perspective in Jorge de Sena’s O Físico Prodigioso. Romance Studies 34 (2) , pp. 125-138. 10.1080/02639904.2016.1151261
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Atkin, Rhian 2018. Bodies of war: Disabilities and heroism in the First World War. Journal of Lusophone Studies 3 (1) , pp. 11-34. 10.21471/jls.v3i1.207
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Bassi, Serena 2014. Tick as appropriate: (a) gay, (b) queer, or (c) none of the above: translation and sexual politics in Lawrence Venuti’s a Hundred Strokes of the Brush Before Bed. Comparative Literature Studies 51 (2) , pp. 298-320.

Bassi, Serena 2015. Italy's Salman Rushdie: The renarration of “Roberto Saviano” in English for the post-9/11 cultural market. Translation Studies 8 (1) , pp. 48-62. 10.1080/14781700.2014.921238

Bassi, Serena 2017. Displacing LGBT: Global Englishes, activism and translated sexualities. In: Castro, Olga and Ergun, Emek eds. Feminist Translation Studies; Local and Transnational Perspectives, Routledge, pp. 235-248.

Beaney, Rachel 2018. The agentic child: Redefining the child seer in contemporary Spanish horror film. MPhil Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Beaney, Rachel 2019. Colouring uutside the lines: The child's drawing in Spanish cinema and history. Question: Essays and Art from the Humanities 3 , pp. 56-64.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2001. Schreiben als Körperverletzung: Zur Anthropologie des Terrors in Bernward Vespers Die Reise. Monatshefte 93 (3) , pp. 319-334.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2003. German Anti-Americanism in Context. Journal of European Studies 33 (3-4) , pp. 333-350. 10.1177/0047244103040422

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2005. Schreiben im Terrordrom. Gewaltcodierung, kulturelle Erinnerung und das Bedingungsverhältnis zwischen Literatur und RAF-Terrorismus. München: Edition text + kritik.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2007. 'Dank Breton': surrealismus und kulturelles Gedächtnis in Adolf Endlers Lyrik. In: Leeder, K ed. Schaltstelle. Neue deutsche Lyrik im Dialog., Editions Rodopi, pp. 73-95.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2007. Freundschaftsbund Sächsische Dichterschule? Autorenfreundschaft: Autorenfeindschaft in 50 Jahren deutscher Lyrik. In: Zimmermann, Ingo ed. Jahrbuch der Sächsischen Akademie der Künste 2005-2006, Dresden: Sächsische Akademie der Künste, pp. 292-305.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2008. Elke Erb. In: Arnold, Heinz L. ed. Kritisches Lexikon zur deutschsprachigen Gegenwartsliteratur - KLG, Text + Kritik, München: edition text + kritik, pp. 10-44.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2008. Shakespeare's Children in Dialogue: Erich Fried and Heiner Müller. In: Berendse, Gerrit-Jan and Cornils, Ingo eds. Baader-Meinhof Returns: History and Cultural Memory of German Left-Wing Terrorism, German Monitor, vol. 70. Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 171-190.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2009. Ausreisen aus der DDR bis 1961. In: Opitz, Michael and Hofmann, Michael eds. Metzler Lexikon DDR-Literatur, Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, p. 19.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2009. Bartsch, Kurt. In: Opitz, Michael and Hofmann, Michael eds. Metzler Lexikon DDR-Literatur, Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, pp. 28-29.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2009. Biermann, Wolf. In: Opitz, Michael and Hofmann, Michael eds. Metzler Lexikon DDR-Literatur, Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, pp. 40-41.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2009. Biermann-Ausbürgerung. In: Opitz, Michael and Hofmann, Michael eds. Metzler Lexikon DDR-Literatur, Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, pp. 38-39.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2009. Biermann-Petition. In: Opitz, Michael and Hofmann, Michael eds. Metzler Lexikon DDR-Literatur, Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, pp. 39-40.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2009. Czechowski, Heinz. In: Opitz, Michael and Hofmann Michael, Michael eds. Metzler Lexikon DDR-Literatur, Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, pp. 66-67.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2009. Einreise in die DDR bis 1961. In: Opitz, Michael and Hofmann, Michael eds. Metzler Lexikon DDR-Literatur, Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, p. 86.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2009. Endler, Adolf. In: Opitz, Michael and Hofmann, Michael eds. Metzler Lexikon DDR-Literatur, Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, pp. 89-90.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2009. Erb, Elke. In: Opitz, Michael and Hofmann, Michael eds. Metzler Lexikon DDR-Literatur, Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, pp. 90-91.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2009. Lyrikdebatte in Sinn und Form. In: Opitz, Michael and Hofmann, Michael eds. Metzler Lexikon DDR-Literatur, Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, pp. 210-211.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2009. Papenfuß, Bert. In: Opitz, Michael and Hofmann, Michael eds. Metzler Lexikon DDR-Literatur, Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, pp. 244-245.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2009. Sächsische Dichterschule. In: Opitz, Michael and Hofmann, Michael eds. Metzler Lexikon DDR-Literatur, Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, pp. 287-289.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2009. Verlust der Mitte: Wolf Biermanns Abnabelung von seinem Topos Berlin. German Monitor 71 , pp. 257-268.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2009. Fractured memories: life writing in Adolf Endler's surrealist anti-autobiography. Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies 45 (1) , pp. 31-43. 10.3138/seminar.45.1.31

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2010. Die Überlebensfigur Sächsische Dichterschule. German Life and Letters 63 (3) , pp. 280-294. 10.1111/j.1468-0483.2010.01499.x

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2011. Shakespeares Kinder: Heiner Müller im Dialog mit Erich Fried. Glossen (31)

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2011. Vom Aushalten der Extreme: Die Lyrik Erich Frieds zwischen Terror, Liebe und Poesie. Philologische Studien und Quellen, vol. 233. Berlin: Erich Schmidt Verlag.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2011. Die Wunde RAF: Zur Reziprozität von Fiktion und Terrorismus im Spiegel der neuesten Sekundärliteratur. Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies 47 (1) , pp. 10-26. 10.3138/seminar.47.1.10

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2012. Politisches Gedicht 13. Nov. 1974, BRD. In: Röhnert, Jan and Geduldig, Gunter eds. Rolf Dieter Brinkmann: Seine Gedichte in Einzelinterpretationen, Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 688-697.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2013. Fremdkörper in der Verlagslandschaft in der Spätphase der DDR. Beispiel: Akte Endler im Reclam Verlag Leipzig. Wirkendes Wort 63 (1) , pp. 111-120.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2013. Laughed back to life: Adolf Endler. The Times Literary Supplement 5748 , p. 15.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2014. Brigitte Struzyk. In: Korte, Hermann ed. Kritisches Lexikon zur deutschsprachigen Gegenwartsliteratur, edition text + kritik, pp. 1-16.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2014. Der Momentanismus. Erinnerungen an die DDR in Sarah Kirschs Tagebuchprosa. In: Ludwig, Janine and Meuser, Mirjam eds. Literatur ohne Land? Schreibstrategien einer DDR-Literatur im vereinten Deutschland. Band 2, FWPF, pp. 171-186.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2014. Elke Erb. In: Korte, Hermann ed. Kritisches Lexikon zur deutschsprachigen Gegenwartsliteratur, edition text + kritik, pp. 1-40.

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2014. Resisting a culture ‘in-between’, or: what did Erich Fried learn from Dylan Thomas? German Life and Letters 67 (1) , pp. 71-86. 10.1111/glal.12032

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan 2016. The politics of dialogue: poetry in the GDR. In: Leader, Karen ed. Rereading East Germany. The Literature and Film of the GDR, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 143-159. (10.1017/CBO9780511902543.010)

Berendse, Gerrit-Jan and Cornils, Ingo 2008. Introduction: The Long Shadow of Terrorism. In: Berendse, Gerrit-Jan and Cornils, Ingo eds. Baader-Meinhof Returns: History and Cultural Memory of German Left-Wing Terrorism, German Monitor, vol. 70. Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 9-20.

Berger, Stefan Karl and Evans, Neil 2005. The face of king coal in the Ruhr and South Wales: different historiographical traditions and their impact on comparative history. Towards a Comparative History of Coalfield Societies, Ashgate, pp. 29-42.

Bertelli, Caterina 1993. "America". In: Pozzi, Enrico ed. Lo straniero interno, Firenze, Italy: Ponte alle Grazie, pp. 247-252.

Bertelli, Caterina 2008. Viaggio nella storia: Racconti di viaggiatori, naviganti e condottieri. Firenze: Vannini Editrice.

Bertelli, Caterina 2009. La lingua madre: biografie linguistiche e atteggiamenti verso la L1/C1. In: Favaro, Graziella ed. Un Passo dopo L'altro Osservare i cammini di integrazione dei bambini e dei ragazzi stranieri, Firenze, Italy: Polistampa edizioni, pp. 65-72.

Bertelli, Caterina and Teodoro, Susanna 2010. La Signora Pipistrello. Firenze, Italy: Alma.

Bident, Christophe 2018. Maurice Blanchot: A biographical essay. [Maurice Blanchot, Partenaire invisible: Essai biographique]. Translated from the original by McKeane, John. New York: Fordham University Press.

Blake, Sally and Gorrara, Claire 2019. Evaluating student mentoring as an intervention to support modern foreign language learning in secondary schools in Wales. Cylchgrawn Addysg Cymru / Wales Journal of Education 21 (1) , pp. 24-45. 10.16922/wje.21.1.3
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Blanchet, Beatrice 2013. Translating the intellectual in Britain: The Cenotaph yob and other representations of dissent. Journal of European Studies 43 (1) , pp. 60-74. 10.1177/0047244112469779

Bomba Nkolo, Odile 2016. Translating rhetoric into practice? The case of French aid to Cameroon. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Bornat, Joanna and Diamond, Hanna 2007. Women's History and Oral History: developments and debates. Women's History Review 16 (1) , pp. 19-39. 10.1080/09612020601049652

Borresly, Dhyiaa 2016. Natural translators and trainee translators in the context of societal bilingualism. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Broderick, Ceire 2013. Breaking the silence in Mercedes Valdivieso’s La brecha (1961) and Maldita yo entre las mujeres (1991). Aigne 4 , pp. 3-20.

Broderick, Ceire 2019. Creating a 'third space' through narration in Mercedes Valdivieso's Maldita yo entre las mujeres. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 19 (7) 10.3828/bhs.2019.45
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Budde, Kerstin 2011. Unreasonable or evil? In: Haddock, Bruce Anthony, Roberts, Peredur Mark and Sutch, Peter David Edward eds. Evil in Contemporary Political Theory, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 81-100.

Bueger, Christian 2014. From expert communities to epistemic arrangements: situating expertise in international relations. In: Mayer, Maximilian, Carpes, Mariana and Knoblich, Ruth eds. The Global Politics of Science and Technology: Concepts from International Relations and Other Disciplines, Vol. 1. Berlin: Springer VS, pp. 39-54. (10.1007/978-3-642-55007-2_2)

Camilletti, Fabio A. and Cori, Paola 2016. Introduction. In: Camilletti, Fabio A. and Cori, Paola eds. Ten Steps. Critical Inquiries on Leopardi, Italian Modernities, Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Wien: Peter Lang, pp. 1-18.

Carrasco, Anna and Perez-Nieto, Nazaret 2017. Preparing students for their year abroad: Exploring linguistic differences and Spanish stereotypes through the film Ocho Apellidos Vascos. Presented at: ELE-UK 2017 Annual Conference, Glasgow, UK, 15-16 June 2017.

Cento Bull, Anna and Clarke, David 2019. Administrations of memory and modes of remembering: some comments on the special issue. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society 32 (2) , pp. 245-250. 10.1007/s10767-018-9307-9
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Chabert, Catherine 2014. Reshaping modern languages at Cardiff University – a case study. Presented at: Reshaping Languages in Higher Education conference 2014, Southampton, 9 -10 July 2014.

Chabert, Catherine 2014. De la place stratégique des politiques de 'Languages for All' dans l'enseignement supérieur britannique. Presented at: XXIIe Congrès RANACLES, Boulogne-sur-Mer, France, 27-29 November 2014.

Chabert, Catherine 2015. Supporting outward mobility- The role of Languages for All. Presented at: Go International 2015: Innovation and Motivation Conference, London, UK, 29 April 2015.

Chabert, Catherine 2016. How to promote exchange and share experience to further improve Confucius Institutes’ teaching quality. Presented at: 8th Xiamen University Confucius Institute Partnership, Kunming, China, 8 - 9 December 2016.

Chabert, Catherine 2017. The political dimension of the CEFR. Presented at: 6th Bremen Symposium On Language Learning And Teaching At Universities, Bremen, Germany, 24-25 February 2017.

Chafer, Tony and Cumming, Gordon David 2010. Beyond Fashoda: Anglo-French security cooperation in Africa since Saint-Malo. International Affairs 86 (5) , pp. 1129-1147. 10.1111/j.1468-2346.2010.00932.x

Chafer, Tony and Cumming, Gordon David 2010. Cinquante ans de politique africaine de la France: Un point de vue britannique. Afrique Contemporaine 235 (3) , pp. 53-62. 10.3917/afco.235.0053

Chafer, Tony and Cumming, Gordon David 2010. La coopération entre la France et le Royaume-Uni en Afrique: Des capacités sous-utilisées. Afrique Contemporaine 236 (4) , pp. 130-132. 10.3917/afco.236.0130

Chafer, Tony and Cumming, Gordon David 2010. La coopération entre la France et le Royaume-Uni en Afrique: Des capacités sous-utilisées. Presented at: La coopération entre la France et le Royaume-Uni en Afrique : Des capacités sous-utilisées, Paris, France, 3 November 2010. Published in: Chafer, Tony and Cumming, Gordon David eds.

Chafer, Tony and Cumming, Gordon David 2010. La coopération franco-britannique en Afrique: une façon de renforcer ou de contourner l'UE? Presented at: La coopération franco-britannique en Afrique: une façon de renforcer ou de contourner l'UE?, Brussels, Belgium, 26 November 2010. Published in: Chafer, Tony and Cumming, Gordon David eds.

Chafer, Tony and Cumming, Gordon David 2011. Introduction. In: Chafer, Tony and Cumming, Gordon David eds. From Rivalry to Partnership: New Approaches to the Challenges of Africa, Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 3-12.

Chezzi, Bruna 2013. Cultural representations of Italians in Wales (1920s-2010s). PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Chezzi, Bruna 2013. Some reflections on the photographic representation of Italian immigrants in Wales in the interwar period. Carte Allineate 2013 (13 Aug)

Chezzi, Bruna 2014. Wales breaks its silence: from memory to memorial and beyond. The Italians in Wales during the Second World War. Italian Studies 69 (3) , pp. 376-393. 10.1179/0075163414Z.00000000078

Chezzi, Bruna 2015. Italians in Wales and their cultural representations, 1920s-2010s. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing..

Chung, Elaine W. 2018. Chow Yun-fat and territories of Hong Kong stardom, by Lin Feng, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 2017, 181 pp., £75.00 (hardback), ISBN 978-1474405898. Celebrity Studies 9 (1) , pp. 151-153. 10.1080/19392397.2018.1428159

Clarke, D 2016. Theorising the role of cultural products in cultural diplomacy from a Cultural Studies perspective. International Journal of Cultural Policy 22 (2) , pp. 147-163. 10.1080/10286632.2014.958481

Clarke, D. 2015. The representation of victimhood in Sofi Oksanen’s novel Purge. Journal of European Studies 45 (3) , pp. 220-235. 10.1177/0047244115586922

Clarke, D. 2017. Understanding controversies over Memorial Museums: The case of the Leistikowstraße Memorial Museum, Potsdam. History and Memory 29 (1) , pp. 41-71.
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Clarke, D., Cento Bull, A. and Deganutti, M. 2017. Soft power and dark heritage: multiple potentialities. International Journal of Cultural Policy 23 (6) , pp. 660-674. 10.1080/10286632.2017.1355365

Clarke, David 2000. 'Himmel auf Erden? Christoph Hein, capitalism and the "Wende". In: Jackman, Graham ed. Christoph Hein in Perspective, Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 21-44.

Clarke, David 2000. 'Ich arbeite nicht in der Abteilung Prophet': Gespräch mit Christoph Hein am 4. März 1998. In: Niven, Bill and Clarke, David eds. Christoph Hein, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 14-24.

Clarke, David 2000. 'Mit Kunst der Welt beikommen': Christoph Hein on Literature, Ideology and the Possibility of Change in the GDR. In: Cooke, Paul and Grix, Jonathan eds. East Germany: continuity and change, Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 25-32.

Clarke, David 2000. 'Spiele aus Notwehr': Re-Reading Christoph Hein's Critique of the West in Das Napoleon-Spiel. In: Niven, Bill and Clarke, David eds. Christoph Hein, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 83-99.

Clarke, David 2002. 'Diese merkwürdige Kleinigkeit einer Vision': Christoph Hein's Social Critique in Transition. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Clarke, David 2002. Representations of East German masculinity in Hannes Stöhr’s Berlin is in Germany and Andreas Kleinert’s Wege in die Nacht. German Life and Letters 55 (4) , pp. 434-449. 10.1111/1468-0483.00239

Clarke, David 2002. Representations of the East German character since unification. Debatte: Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe 10 (1) , pp. 51-71. 10.1080/09651560220150486

Clarke, David 2004. Guilt and Shame in Hans-Ulrich Treichel's Der Verlorene. In: Basker, David ed. Hans-Ulrich Treichel, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 61-78.

Clarke, David 2004. Introduction. Seminar - A Journal of Germanic Studies 40 (3) , pp. 187-190. 10.3138/sem.v40.3.187

Clarke, David 2005. Dandyism and homosexuality in the novels of Christian Kracht. Seminar - A Journal of Germanic Studies 41 (1) , pp. 36-54. 10.3138/sem.v41.1.36

Clarke, David 2005. Going West: Migration and the Post-communist World in Recent European Film. Cultural Politics 1 (3) , pp. 279-294.

Clarke, David 2006. German Cinema since Unification. London: Bloomsbury.

Clarke, David 2006. In search of home: Filming post-unification Berlin. In: Clarke, David ed. German Cinema since unification, London: Continuum, pp. 151-80.

Clarke, David 2006. Parteischule oder Dichtershmiede? The Institut für Literatur "Johannes R. Becher" from its founding to its Abwicklung. German Studies Review 29 (1) , pp. 87-106.

Clarke, David 2006. Welcome to Tykwer-World: Tom Tykwer as Auteur. German as a Foreign Language 3 , 7--21.

Clarke, David 2007. Anti-Ödipus in der DDR: Zur Darstellung des Verhältnisses von Familie und Staat bei Reinhard Jirgl. In: Clarke, David and De Winde, Arne eds. Reinhard Jirgl: Perspektiven, Lesarten, Kontexte, Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 89-110.

Clarke, David 2007. 'Störstellen': Architecture in the Work of Reinhard Jirgl. In: Finlay, Frank and Preece, Julian eds. Interactions: Contemporary German-Language Literature's Dialogue with the Arts, Frankfurt: Peter Lang,

Clarke, David 2008. Requiem für Michael Kohlhaas: Der Dialog mit den Toten in Christoph Heins Horns Ende und In seiner frühen Kindheit ein Garten. In: De Winde, Arne and Gilleir, Anke eds. Literatur im Krebsgang: Totenbeschwörung und Memoria in der deutschsprachigen Literatur nach 1989, Brill / Rodopi,

Clarke, David 2009. Bilder der Sehnsucht: Christoph Heins Künstler und Künstlerinnen. In: Egyptien, Jürgen ed. Literatur in der Moderne: Jahrbuch der Walter-Hasenclever-Gesellschaft Bd. 6 (2008/2009), Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, -.

Clarke, David 2009. In dialogue with the city: Gert Neumann's Leipzig. In: Clarke, David and Rechtien, Renate eds. The Politics of Place in Post-War Germany: Essays in Literary Criticism, Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter: Edwin Mellen, pp. 217-238.

Clarke, David 2009. Introduction: Place in Literature. In: Clarke, David and Rechtien, Renate eds. The Politics of Place in Post-War Germany: Essays in Literary Criticism, Edwin Mellen: Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter, pp. 1-23.

Clarke, David 2009. The (socialist) ideology of the aesthetic: The visual artist in the GDR's industrial literature. Glossen 29

Clarke, David 2010. Space, time and power: The chronotopes of Uwe Tellkamp's Der Turm. German Life and Letters 63 (4) , pp. 490-503. 10.1111/j.1468-0483.2010.01512.x

Clarke, David 2011. The absent heimat: Hans-Christian Schmid’s Requiem (2006). In: Cooke, Paul and Homewood, Chris eds. New directions in German cinema, London: I.B. Tauris, pp. 147-162.

Clarke, David 2011. The capitalist uncanny in Kathrin Rögglas's wir schlafen nicht: ghosts in the machine. Angermion: Yearbook for Anglo-German Literary Criticism, Intellectual History and Cultural Transfers / Jahrbuch für britisch-deutsche Kulturbeziehungen 4 , pp. 147-163. 10.1515/9783110239201.147

Clarke, David 2011. The place of German wartime suffering in Hans-Ulrich treichel’s family texts. In: Taberner, Stuart and Berger, Karina eds. Germans As Victims in the Literary Fiction of the Berlin Republic, Rochester: Camden House, pp. 118-132.

Clarke, David 2012. "Capitalism Has No More Natural Enemies": The Berlin School. In: Ginsberg, Terri and Mensch, Andrea eds. A Companion to German Cinema, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 134-154. (10.1002/9781444345605.ch5)

Clarke, David 2012. Compensating the victims of human rights abuses in the German democratic republic: The struggle for recognition. German Politics 21 (1) , pp. 17-33. 10.1080/09644008.2012.654958

Clarke, David 2012. 'Wer schreibt, kann nicht töten': Writing and Life in Reinhard Jirgl's Abtrünnig: Roman aus der nervösen Zeit. In: Clarke, David, Goodbody, Axel and Wallace, Ian eds. The self in transition: East German autobiographical writing before and after unification, Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 241-252.

Clarke, David 2014. Communism and memory politics in the European Union. Central Europe 12 (1) , pp. 99-114. 10.1179/1479096314Z.00000000018

Clarke, David 2018. Remembering National Socialism in the German Democratic Republic. In: Baranowski, Shelley, Nolzen, Armin and Szejnmann, Claus‐Christian W. eds. A Companion to Nazi Germany, Hoboken, N.J.; Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 599-613. (10.1002/9781118936894.ch36)

Clarke, David 2018. Representing the experience of victims at the Berlin Wall Memorial Museum. In: Hoondert, Martin, Mutsaers, Paul and Arfman, William eds. Cultural Practices of Victimhood, New York: Routledge, pp. 83-103.

Clarke, David 2018. Constructing victimhood in divided Germany. Memory Studies 11 (4) , pp. 422-436. 10.1177/1750698016688239
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Clarke, David 2019. Constructions of victimhood: Remembering the victims of state socialism in Germany. Palgrave Studies in Cultural Heritage and Conflict, New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 10.1007/978-3-030-04804-4

Clarke, David 2019. Tourists as post-witnesses in documentary film: Sergei Loznitsa's Austerlitz (2016) and Rex Bloomstein's KZ (2006). Oñati Socio-Legal Series 10.35295/osls.iisl/0000-0000-0000-1045
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Clarke, David and Bull, Anna 2017. From antagonistic to agonistic memory: Should the statues fall? [Online]. The Policy Space. Available at: https://www.thepolicyspace.com.au/2017/24/195-from...

Clarke, David and Duber, Paweł 2018. Polish cultural diplomacy and historical memory: the case of the museum of the second world war in Gdańsk. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society 10.1007/s10767-018-9294-x
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Clarke, David and Wóycicka, Zofia 2019. Cultural diplomacy in the War Museum: the case of the German-Russian Museum Berlin-Karlshorst. History and Memory 31 (2) , pp. 78-116. 10.2979/histmemo.31.2.0078
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Clarke, David 2010. German martyrs: Images of Christianity and resistance to national socialism in German cinema. In: Cooke, Paul and Silberman, Marc eds. Screening war: Perspectives on German suffering, Rochester, New York: Camden House, pp. 36-55.

Cori, Paola 2011. "Di temenza è sciolto": pensiero e poesia della soglia. Rivista Internazionale di Studi Leopardiani 7 , pp. 41-68.

Cori, Paola 2011. Reflections on Leopardi, Borges, Deleuze and the Rhizome. Appunti Leopardiani 1 (1)

Cori, Paola 2011. Tensione nello Zibaldone. In: Bellucci, Novella and D'Intino, Franco eds. Per un lessico leopardiano, Roma: Palombi, pp. 133-149.

Cori, Paola 2012. Ephemera: the feeling of time in Leopardi's "Canto notturno". Italian Studies 67 (1) , pp. 70-91. 10.1179/174861812X13202431699750

Cori, Paola 2013. Augenblick: A Reading of Leopardi's "Le ricordanze". Rivista Internazionale di Studi Leopardiani 9 , pp. 27-54.

Cori, Paola 2013. «ec. ec. ec.». Modi e forme della sospensione nello Zibaldone. In: Nieves, Muñiz Muñiz María de las ed. Lo "Zibaldone" di Leopardi come ipertesto, Biblioteca dell’«Archivum Romanicum», vol. 416. Firenze: Olschki, pp. 93-107.

Cori, Paola 2014. La trappola della voce. Dinamiche della parola nella traduzione leopardiana dell'epistola di Francesco Petrarca al cardinal Giovanni Colonna. Studi Medievali e Moderni 18 (1-2) , pp. 43-71.

Cori, Paola 2014. Mente. In: Bellucci, Novella, D'Intino, Franco and Gensini, Stefano eds. Lessico Leopardiano 2014, Roma: Sapienza Università Editrice, pp. 85-93. (10.13133/978-88-98533-41-1)

Cori, Paola 2015. "Time-image" in poetry and cinema: Leopardi and Antonioni. In: Camilletti, Fabio and Cori, Paola eds. Ten Steps. Critical Inquiries on Leopardi, Italian Modernities, Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Wien: Peter Lang, pp. 175-203.

Cori, Paola 2016. The Zibaldone as Leopardi's Self-Education. Italica 93 (1) , pp. 77-91.

Cori, Paola 2016. L'attenuazione in Leopardi. Lingua, diritto e storia delle idee. Studi Medievali e Moderni XX (1) , pp. 43-62. 10.1400/241705

Cori, Paola 2016. Gli occhi del testo. Performance e intertestualità nel Leopardi traduttore di Petrarca. In: Pietrucci, Chiara ed. Leopardi e la traduzione: Teoria e prassi, Florence: Olschki, pp. 445-463.

Cori, Paola 2016. Intelletto. In: Bellucci, Novella, D Intino, Franco and Gensini, Stefano eds. Lessico leopardiano 2016, Rome: Sapienza Università Editrice, pp. 57-63.

Cori, Paola and Rommany, Jenkins 2014. Novecento and the contemporary period. The Year's Work in Language Studies 74 , pp. 250-265. 10.5699/yearworkmodlang.74.2012.0250

Cori, Paola and Standen, Alex 2013. Novecento and the contemporary period. The Year's Work in Language Studies 73 , pp. 245-259.

Crich, Robert Adam 2015. Slavoj Žižek’s dialectical materialist Marxism. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Cumming, Gordon 2013. UK-European community aid relations over the Lomé years: reciprocal influences or a dialogue de sourds? In: Bossuat, Gerard and Cumming, Gordon eds. France, Europe and Development Aid: from the Treaties of Rome to the present day. Histoire économique et financière - XIXe-XXe, Institut de la gestion publique et du développement économique, Comité pour l’histoire économique et financière de la France, pp. 61-79.

Cumming, Gordon 2014. Europeanisation through the prism of regime complexity. [Video]. Cardiff: Cardiff University School of Modern Languages. Available at: https://hml.cardiff.ac.uk/Play/5524

Cumming, Gordon 2015. The Europeanisation of French aid through the prism of regime complexity. [Video]. Cardiff: Cardiff University School of Modern Languages.
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Cumming, Gordon 2016. Europeanisation through the prism of regime complexity: the case of French aid. European Politics and Society 17 (1) , pp. 12-27. 10.1080/23745118.2015.1075763
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Cumming, Gordon 2016. French Aid through the comparative looking glass: a representative, deviant, or agenda-setting case? In: Elgie, Robert, Grossman, Emiliano and Mazur, Amy eds. The Oxford handbook of French politics, Oxford Handbooks, Oxford University Press,

Cumming, Gordon 2016. The EU in Sudan: a missed opportunity? In: Torrent, Melanie and Roiron, Virginie eds. The Commonwealth and the European Union in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities in International Relations, Routledge,

Cumming, Gordon 2017. La transformation de l'AFD et de l'aide française au cours des années Severino: vers une nouvelle compréhension des réformes de politiques publiques. Actes du Colloque d'histoire: De 1941 à 2016: 75 ans d'engagement - L'Agence, ses origines, ses partenaires et ses terrains d'action, CERI Sciences, pp. 35-64.
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Cumming, Gordon D. 2018. Towards an enhanced understanding of aid policy reform: Learning from the French case. Public Administration and Development 38 (5) , pp. 179-189. 10.1002/pad.1842
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Cumming, Gordon David 1996. French aid to Africa: a changing agenda? In: Chafer, Tony and Jenkins, Brian eds. France: From the Cold War to the New World Order, Basingstoke: Macmillan Press, pp. 126-136.

Cumming, Gordon David 1996. Rethinking French development assistance to Africa. Modern and Contemporary France 4 (4) , pp. 503-506. 10.1080/09639489608456339

Cumming, Gordon David 2000. Modernisation without "banalisation": Towards a new era in French African aid relations? Modern and Contemporary France 8 (3) , pp. 359-370. 10.1080/09639480050057365

Cumming, Gordon David 2001. Aid to Africa: French and British policies from the cold war to the new millennium. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Cumming, Gordon David 2003. The Brazzaville conference of 1944: the dream of a greater French Republic. In: Gorrara, Claire and Langford, Rachael eds. France Since the Revolution: Textes and Contexts, London: Edward Arnold, pp. 94-107.

Cumming, Gordon David 2003. Commonwealth and Francophone summits: Towards a new sense of purpose? Journal of Contemporary European Studies 11 (2) , pp. 201-213. 10.1080/1460846032000164627

Cumming, Gordon David 2004. UK African Policy in the Post Cold War Era: From Realpolitik to Moralpolitik? Journal of Comparative and Commonwealth Politics 42 (1) , pp. 106-128. 10.1080/14662040408565570

Cumming, Gordon David 2005. French NGOs in the global era: Getting better at doing good. Modern and Contemporary France 13 (1) , pp. 99-102. 10.1080/0963948052000341259

Cumming, Gordon David 2005. From realpolitik to the third way: British African policy in the new world order. In: Engel, Ulf and Olsen, Gorm eds. Africa And The North: Between Globalization And Marginalization, New International Relations, Routledge, pp. 55-73.

Cumming, Gordon David 2005. Transposing the 'Republican' Model? A Critical Appraisal of France's Historic Mission in Africa. Journal of Contemporary African Studies 23 (2) , pp. 233-252. 10.1080/02589000500175984

Cumming, Gordon David 2006. Exporting the republican model? A critique of France's historic mission in Africa. In: Cole, Alistair and Raymond, Gino eds. Redefining the French Republic, Manchester University Press, pp. 156-174.

Cumming, Gordon David 2007. Promoting Democracy in Cameroon: A Revolutionary French Approach? International Journal of Francophone Studies 10 (1-2) , pp. 105-119. 10.1386/ijfs.10.1and2.105_1

Cumming, Gordon David 2008. French NGOs in the global era: a distinctive role in international development. French Politics, Society and Culture, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Cumming, Gordon David 2008. French NGOs in the Global Era: Professionalization 'Without Borders'? VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 19 (4) , pp. 372-394. 10.1007/s11266-008-9069-5

Cumming, Gordon David 2009. French NGOs and the state: Paving the way for a new partnership? French Politics 7 (2) , pp. 145-166. 10.1057/fp.2009.11

Cumming, Gordon David 2010. Les ONG françaises dans l’après-guerre froide: les nouveaux 'diplomates du développement'? (French NGOs in the Post Cold War Era: from autonomous actors to "Government-Paid Development Diplomats"?). Politique Américaine (17) , pp. 49-64.

Cumming, Gordon David 2011. Britain and France in Africa since Saint Malo: towards an uneasy partnership? In: Chafer, Tony and Cumming, Gordon David eds. From Rivalry to Partnership: New Approaches to the Challenges of Africa, Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 55-72.

Cumming, Gordon David 2011. Good intentions are not enough: French NGO efforts at democracy building in Cameroon. Development in Practice 21 (2) , pp. 218-231. 10.1080/09614524.2011.543275

Cumming, Gordon David 2011. The UK and France in the DRC: making their own peace. In: Cumming, Gordon and Chafer, Tony eds. From Rivalry to Partnership? New Approaches to the Challenges of Africa, Ashgate, pp. 139-158.

Cumming, Gordon David 2011. Burying the hatchet? Britain and France in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Journal of Modern African Studies 49 (4) , pp. 547-573. 10.1017/S0022278X11000474
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Cumming, Gordon David 2013. The United Kingdom over the Lomé years: a constructive partner in Europe? Revue Francaise de Civilisation Britannique 18 (1) , pp. 147-165.

Cumming, Gordon David 2013. Nicolas Sarkozy's Africa policy: Change, continuity or confusion? French Politics 11 (1) , pp. 24-47. 10.1057/fp.2012.24

Cumming, Gordon David 2015. The European Union in Sudan: A missed opportunity. The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs 104 (4) , pp. 473-488. 10.1080/00358533.2015.1063842
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Cumming, Gordon David 2017. A prototypical case in the making? Challenging comparative perspectives on French aid. The European Journal of Development Research 29 (1) , pp. 19-36. 10.1057/ejdr.2015.62
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Cumming, Gordon David 2017. Transforming French aid and the AFD: the Severino years. Presented at: AFD Conference: 75 Years, Paris, France, 30 November 2017.

Cumming, Gordon David and Chafer, Tony 2011. From rivalry to partnership? Critical reflections on Anglo-French cooperation in Africa. Review of International Studies 37 (5) , pp. 2439-2463. 10.1017/S0260210511000027

Cumming, Gordon David, Chafer, Tony and Callan, Theresa 2011. Conclusion: From rivalry to partnership? In: Chafer, Tony and Cumming, Gordon David eds. From Rivalry to Partnership: New Approaches to the Challenges of Africa, Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 207-216.

Di Piazza, Elio and Polezzi, Loredana 2012. Introduction. In: Di Piazza, Elio and Polezzi, Loredana eds. Travel writing and the shape of the world, Textus: English studies in Italy, vol. 2. Rome: Carocci, pp. 7-20.

Diamond, Hanna 1995. Gaining the vote ‐ a liberating experience? Modern and Contemporary France 3 (2) , pp. 129-139. 10.1080/09639489508456229

Diamond, Hanna 1995. Libération, quelle libération? L'expérience des femmes toulousaines. Clio, histoire , femmes, et sociétés Résistances et Libérations. France 1940-45 1 , pp. 89-109. 10.4000/clio.517

Diamond, Hanna 1999. Women and the Second World War in France, 1939-48: choices and constraints. Women And Men In History, UK: Longman.

Diamond, Hanna 2000. The role of the witness and the historian in contemporary France: the Jean Moulin enigma. In: Rothaus, Barry ed. Proceedings of the Western Society for French History: Selected Papers of the Annual Meeting, University Press of Colorado,

Diamond, Hanna 2000. A new dawn? French women and the liberation. Women's Studies International Forum 23 (6) , pp. 729-738. 10.1016/S0277-5395(00)00145-X

Diamond, Hanna 2001. The Aubrac controversy. History Today 51 (3) , pp. 26-27.

Diamond, Hanna 2003. The campaign for parity in the 1990s: women and the French Republic. In: Gorrara, Claire Jacqueline and Langford, Rachael Elizabeth eds. France since the Revolution, Routledge, pp. 121-136.

Diamond, Hanna 2003. The French Revolution: origins and beginnings. In: Gorrara, Claire Jacqueline and Langford, Rachael Elizabeth eds. France since the Revolution, Routledge, pp. 13-26.

Diamond, Hanna 2006. Les mineurs immigres du bassin de Fuveau dans la tourmente des greves des annees 1930 et 1940. Diasporas 9 , pp. 195-206.

Diamond, Hanna 2007. Fleeing Hitler: France 1940. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Diamond, Hanna 2008. Representing defeat : Photographic images of the French exodus of 1940. Journal of War and Culture Studies 1 (3) , pp. 275-292. 10.1386/jwcs.1.3.275_1

Diamond, Hanna 2010. Behind enemy lines. Gender, passing and the special operations executive in the Second World War [Review]. Women's History Review 9 (5) , pp. 797-798. 10.1080/09612025.2010.524021

Diamond, Hanna 2011. Miners, masculinity and the 'Bataille du Charbon' in France 1944-1948. Modern and Contemporary France 19 (1) , pp. 69-84. 10.1080/09639489.2010.540004

Diamond, Hanna 2013. ‘Prisoners of the Peace’: German Prisoners-of-War in rural France 1944–48. European History Quarterly 43 (3) , pp. 442-463. 10.1177/0265691413490885

Diamond, Hanna 2014. France in 1940: images of refugees. In: Martens, Stefan and Prauser, Steffen eds. La guerre de 1940 se battre, subir, se souvenir, Presse Universitaires de Septrentrion, pp. 195-209.

Diamond, Hanna 2017. Preserving and displaying everyday life: digital stories of escape from France during the Second World War. Essays in French Literature and Culture 54 , pp. 61-82.
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Diamond, Hanna 2019. The return of the Republic: Crowd photography and the Liberation in Toulouse 1944-45. French Politics, Culture and Society 37 (1) , pp. 90-116. 10.3167/fpcs.2019.370106
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Langford, Rachael Elizabeth 2009. Post-Colonial cowboys: masculinity and the western in Francophone African cinema. In: Fouz-Hernandez, Santiago ed. Mysterious Skin: The Male Body in Contemporary Cinema, London: I.B. Tauris, pp. 77-92.

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Ma, Haili 2012. Yueju - the formation of a legitimate culture in contemporary Shanghai. Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research 4 , pp. 213-227.
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Ma, Haili 2018. Chinese cultural and creative industries and the struggle for rights in Chinese Opera. Law, Social Justice and Global Development 22 , pp. 61-72.
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Marinetti, Cristina 2018. ‘[We] bend down and trace with our mind’: What is translation? In: Benham, Jenny and Julian-Jones, Melissa eds. Translation and Medieval Documents. Voices of Law, Language, Text and Practice, The Leverhulme Trust, pp. 3-8.
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Marinetti, Cristina 2018. Theatre as a 'translation zone': multilingualism, identity and the performing body in the work of Teatro delle Albe. Translator: Studies in Intercultural Communication 24 (2) , pp. 128-146. 10.1080/13556509.2017.1393122
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Marinetti, Cristina and Rose, Margaret 2010. The translator as cultural promoter : or how Renato Gabrielli's Qualcosa Trilla went on the road as Mobile Thriller. In: Baines, Roger, Marinetti, Cristina and Perteghella, Manuela eds. Staging and Performing Translation: Text and Theatre Practice, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 139-154.

Marinetti, Cristina and Rose, Margaret 2013. Process, practice and landscapes of reception: An ethnographic study of theatre translation. Translation Studies 6 (2) , pp. 166-182. 10.1080/14781700.2013.777258

Martineau, Wendy. 2006. Achieving cross-cultural understanding. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Martinez, Nicolas 2018. A trip down memory lane: reprints and canonization of Morris' Lucky Luke series. In: Ahmed, Maaheen and Crucifix, Benoît eds. Comics memory: archives and styles, Palgrave studies in comics and graphic novels, Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 211-230. (10.1007/978-3-319-91746-7_11)

Matsuura, Hiroko and Inagawa, Mayuko 2015. Exploring perceived comprehensibility and actual comprehension in English as a lingua franca. Presented at: The 25th Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association (EUROSLA 25), Aix-en-Provence, France, 27- 29 August 2015.

McKeane, John 2013. Change in the archive: Blanchot's 'L'Entretien infini'. Forum for Modern Language Studies 10.1093/fmls/cqt027

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McKeane, John 2015. Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe: (Un)timely meditations. Leeds: Legenda.

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Meade, Ruselle 2015. Translating technology in Japan's Meiji Enlightenment, 1870-1879. East Asian Science, Technology and Society 9 (3) , pp. 253-274. 10.1215/18752160-3120392

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Meade, Ruselle 2019. Juvenile Science and the Japanese Nation: Shōnen’en and the cultivation of scientific subjects. Japan Review 34 , -.
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Moraru, Mirona 2016. Bourdieu, multilingualism, and immigration: Understanding how second-generation multilingual immigrants reproduce linguistic practices with non-autochthonous minority languages in Cardiff, Wales. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Mossman, Iain J. 2013. Constructions of the Algerian War Appelés in French cultural memory. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Owen, Ruth J. 2002. Eine im Feuer versunkene Stadt: Dresden in poetry. Gegenwartsliteratur: Ein germanistisches Jahrbuch - A German Studies Yearbook 1 , pp. 87-106.

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Owen, Ruth J. 2005. Wenn ein Staat ins Gras beißt, singen die Dichter: The Wende in poetry. In: Arnold-De Simine, Silke ed. Memory Traces: 1989 and the Question of German Cultural Identity, Peter Lang, pp. 151-180.

Owen, Ruth J. 2007. Bodies in contemporary German poetry. German Monitor 69 , pp. 269-291.

Owen, Ruth J. 2007. Voicing the drowned girl: poems by Hilde Domin, Ulla Hahn, Sarah Kirsch and Barbara Köhler in the German tradition of representing Ophelia. Modern Language Review 102 (3) , pp. 781-792.
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Owen, Ruth J. 2007. Claiming the body: the Ophelia myth in the GDR. Germanic Review 82 (3) , pp. 251-267.

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Owen, Ruth J. 2012. Roses are red: the peculiar remembrance of Rosa Luxemburg in lyric poetry. Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies 48 (2) , pp. 127-145. 10.3138/48.2.owen

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Parker, S. 2017. Bertolt Brecht: the path from the hedonistic to the humanist satirist. Oxford German Studies 46 (1) , pp. 5-24. 10.1080/00787191.2017.1282654

Parker, S.R. 2009. The outsider as insider: Peter Huchel in the SBZ. Internationales Archiv fuer Sozialgeschichte der Deutschen Literatur 15 (2) , pp. 169-192. 10.1515/iasl.1990.15.2.169

Parker, Stephen 1986. Collected ‐ recollected ‐ uncollected? Peter Huchel's Gesammelte Werke. German Life and Letters 40 (1) , pp. 49-70. 10.1111/j.1468-0483.1986.tb01280.x

Parker, Stephen 1988. Visions, revisions and divisions: the critical legacy of Peter Huchel. German Life and Letters 41 (2) , pp. 184-212. 10.1111/j.1468-0483.1988.tb00928.x

Parker, Stephen 1992. Peter Huchel and Sinn und Form: The German Academy of Arts and the issue of German cultural unity. In: Parker, Stephen, Williams, Rhys W. and Riordan, Colin eds. German Writers and the Cold War 1945-61, Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 132-158.

Parker, Stephen 1992. Recent additions to the Peter Huchel Collection in the John Rylands University Library of Manchester. Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester

Parker, Stephen 1994. 'Ein hoffnungsvoller Vertreter der Funkdichtung': Peter Huchel's radio work in Nazi Germany. In: Wallace, Ian ed. Aliens – Uneingebürgerte: German and Austrian Writers in Exile, Vol. 37. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Germanistik, Brill/Rodopi, pp. 101-134.

Parker, Stephen 1995. The disloyalty of a loyal comrade: Wilhelm Girnus's conflict with the SED leadership over Unvollendete Geschichte. In: Jucker, Rolf ed. Volker Braun, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 107-123.

Parker, Stephen 1995. Dora Huchel's account of her life with Peter Huchel: An edition and commentary. Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 77 , pp. 59-84.

Parker, Stephen 1995. Re-establishing an all-German identity. Sinn und Form and German unification. In: Durrani, Osman, Good, Colin and Hilliard, Kevin eds. The New Germany: Literature and Society after Unification, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, pp. 14-37.

Parker, Stephen 1998. Brecht, SED cultural policy and the issue of authority in the arts: The struggle for control of the German Academy of Arts. In: Giles, Steve and Livingstone, Rodney eds. Bertolt Brecht: Centenary Essays, Vol. 41. German Monitor, Brill,

Parker, Stephen 2008. German Life and Letters Special Issue. Standardisation Issues: A Special Number in Honour of Martin Durrell. Wiley-Blackwell.

Parker, Stephen 2008. Brecht and Sinn und Form: generating cultural capital in the Cold War. In: Gillett, Robert and Weiss-Sussex, Godela eds. "Verwisch die Spuren!": Bertolt Brecht’s Work and Legacy, Amsterdam and Atlanta: Rodopi, pp. 239-259.

Parker, Stephen 2014. Bertolt Brecht: A literary life. London: Bloomsbury.

Parker, Stephen 2018. Erinnert ihr euch der peinlichen Schädel des Sokrates und Verlaine? Bertolt Brechts Baal als Satyrspiel. In: Hillesheim, Jürgen ed. Bertolt Brecht. Zwischen Tradition und Moderne. Brecht - Werk und Kontext, Band 6-2018, Vol. 6. Brecht, Königshausen & Neumann,

Parker, Stephen 2018. Bertolt Brecht - Eine Biographie. Berlin: Suhrkamp.

Parker, Stephen and Philpotts, Matthew 2004. The modern restoration: Re-thinking German literary history 1930-1960. De Gruyter. 10.1515/9783110906127

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Parsons, Nicholas 2002. France in the 1990s: struggling with the weight of history. In: Berger, Stefan and Compston, Hugh eds. Policy Concertation and Social Partrnership: Lessons for the Twenty-First Century, New York: Berghahn, pp. 111-124.

Parsons, Nicholas 2005. Industrial relations in France: still exceptional? In: Chafer, Tony and Godin, Emmanuel eds. The French Exception, New York: Berghahn, pp. 91-106.

Parsons, Nicholas 2005. French industrial relations in the new world economy. Routledge Research in Employment Relations, London: Routledge.

Parsons, Nicholas 2008. Is an Effective "Social Europe" Possible? Presented at: Towards Increased Policy Effectiveness: Inter-institutional dialogues in the Enlarged Union, Brussels, Belgium, 1-2 October 2008. pp. 1-18.

Parsons, Nicholas 2009. Labour market issues in the EEA: Posted workers and the freedom to provide services. [Project Report]. n/a.

Parsons, Nicholas 2012. Worker Reactions to Crisis: Explaining "Bossnappings". French Politics, Culture & Society 30 (1) , pp. 111-130. 10.3167/fpcs.2012.300106

Parsons, Nicholas 2012. The European Union and posted workers: industrial relation disputes framed by European policy. In: Smismans, Stijn ed. The European Union and Industrial Relations: New Procedures, New Context, Europe in Change, Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 175-189.

Parsons, Nicholas 2012. Social and labour market policy: The (re-)emergence of competitive tension. In: Hayward, Jack and Wurzel, Rüdiger eds. European Disunion: Between Sovereignty and Solidarity, Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 200-214.

Parsons, Nicholas 2013. Legitimizing illegal protest: the permissive ideational environment and 'bossnappings' in France. British Journal of Industrial Relations 51 (2) , pp. 288-309. 10.1111/j.1467-8543.2012.00899.x

Parsons, Nicholas 2015. Left parties and trade unions in France. French Politics 13 (1) , pp. 63-83. 10.1057/fp.2014.25
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Parsons, Nicholas 2017. Left-wing parties and Trade Unions in France. In: Haugsgjerd Allern, Elin and Bale, Tim eds. Left-of-Centre Parties and Trade Unions in the Twenty-First Century, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 112-129.

Parsons, Nicholas and Pochet, Philippe 2008. Wages and collective bargaining. In: Dyson, Kenneth Herbert Fewster ed. The Euro at Ten: Europeanization, Power and Convergence, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 341-358.

Parsons, Nicholas and Pochet, Philippe 2010. 'Social' Europe. In: Dyson, Kenneth Herbert Fewster and Sepos, Angelos eds. Which Europe? The Politics of Differentiated Integration, Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 251-264.

Parsons, Nicholas and Storer, A 2005. Education, formation et economie concurentielle: l'exemple gallois et ses paradoxes. In: Alaluf, Mateo and Krzeslo, Estelle eds. Protection Sociale et Emploi: Regards Croises sur la Mondialisation en Europe et en Chine, Editions de l'Universite de Bruxelles, pp. 167-184.

Parsons, Nicholas and Storer, Alan David 2004. Redundancy, training and employment in South Wales: the case of Corus. In: Parsons, Nicholas and Yuan, Zhigang eds. Economic Globalisation and Employment Policy, China's Labor and Social Security Publishing House, Beijing, pp. 81-101.

Parsons, Nick 2019. Social dialogue under the shadow of the EU: the failure of Hollande's social conferences. French Politics 17 (2) , pp. 135-158. 10.1057/s41253-019-00085-7
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Passmore, Kevin 2011. The 1950s in European Historiography. In: Feldner, Heiko Michael, Gorrara, Claire Jacqueline and Passmore, Kevin eds. The Lost Decade? The 1950s in European History, Politics, Society and Culture, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 1-9.

Patterson, Craig 2011. Orígenes, retos y estrategias de la primera traducción inglesa de A esmorga, de Eduardo Blanco Amor. In: Dasilva, Xosé Manuel and Tanquerio, Helena eds. Aproximaciones a la autotraducción, Vigo: Editorial Academia del Hispanismo, pp. 177-196.

Patterson, Craig 2012. Forever in Galicia? Castelao and the Homeland Made in Exile. Forum for Modern Language Studies 48 (1) , pp. 86-98. 10.1093/fmls/cqr042

Patterson, Craig and Castro, Olga 2010. De cara a Forever in Galicia no marco actual da literatura galega traducida ao inglés. In: Baltrusch, Burghard, Pérez Durán, Gabriel and Sartingen, Kathrin eds. Soldando Sal: Galician Studies in Translation & Paratranslation, Munich: Peter Lang, pp. 131-150.

Patterson, Craig and Cid, Xavier 2008. O devalar da idea: Otero Pedrayo e a identidade galega. Biblioteca Centro de Estudos Oterianos, vol. 36. Amoeiro: Fundación Otero Pedrayo.

Pereira, Antia 2013. (Re)-constructing national cinema in minoritized language contexts: the case of Wales and Galicia. MPhil Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Perez-Nieto, Nazaret 2016. Translation as a tool for language learning in undergraduate programmes: Are we making the most of it? Presented at: Showcasing Scholarship Event, Cardiff University, School of Modern Languages, Cardiff, UK, 27 June 2016.
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Perez-Nieto, Nazaret 2017. Las Chicas del Cable. TECLA. Revista de la Consejería de Educación en el Reino Unido e Irlanda 4 , pp. 12-20.
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Perez-Nieto, Nazaret and Carrasco, Anna 2017. When translation meets a TV series in Higher Education: The case of Friends. Presented at: Fourth Colloquium on Innovation in Modern Languages Education,, Cardiff, UK, 29 June 2017.
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Perez-Nieto, Nazaret, Nebot, Nadia, Macías, Irene, Castiglione, Vera and Bassett, Steven 2019. Discussion and debate: The different practices for the Year Abroad. Presented at: Sixth Colloquium on Innovation in Modern Languages Education, University of Exeter, UK, 21 June 2019. -.

Phelps, Nicholas A., Ballas, Dimitris, Parsons, Nicholas and Dowling, Andrew 2006. Post-suburban Europe: planning and politics at the margins of Europe's capital cities. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Phelps, Nicholas A., McNeill, D. and Parsons, Nicholas 2002. Insearch of a European edge urban identity: Trans-European networking among edge urban municipalities. European Urban and Regional Studies 9 (3) , pp. 211-224. 10.1177/096977640200900302

Phelps, Nicholas A. and Parsons, Nicholas 2003. Edge Urban Geographies: Notes from the Margins of Europe's Capital Cities. Urban Studies 40 (9) , pp. 1725-1749. 10.1080/0042098032000106573

Phelps, Nicholas A., Parsons, Nicholas, Ballas, Dimitris and Dowling, Andrew 2006. Business at the margins? Business interests in edge urban politics. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 30 (2) , pp. 362-383. 10.1111/j.1468-2427.2006.00663.x

Pleguezuelos, Raquel 2013. Turismo literario Hispanico y su influencia en el interes por el espanol. Hispanic Studies in the XXI Century
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Polezzi, Loredana 1993. Piero a Bloomsbury. In: Brilli, Attilio ed. Piero della Francesca nella cultura europea e americana, Arezzo: Universita' degli studi di Siena, pp. 21-39.

Polezzi, Loredana 1993. Concordancing and the teaching of ab initio Italian language for specific purposes. Recall 5 (9) , pp. 14-18. 10.1017/S0958344000004067

Polezzi, Loredana 1994. Concordancers in the design and implementation of foreign language courses. Computers & Education 23 (1-2) , pp. 89-96. 10.1016/0360-1315(94)90036-1

Polezzi, Loredana 1997. L’antipellegrino: ribaltamenti di un modello del viaggiare. In: Cleri, B. ed. Homo Viator, Urbino: Quattro Venti, pp. 65-79.

Polezzi, Loredana 1998. Oltre la fine del viaggio: Fosco Maraini. Antologia Viesseux 4 (10) , pp. 35-46.

Polezzi, Loredana 1998. Rewriting Tibet: Italian travellers in English translation. The Translator 4 (2) , pp. 321-342.

Polezzi, Loredana 1998. Thomas Jones: autobiografia e viaggio nelle memorie di un paesaggista gallese in Italia. Intersezioni 18 (1) , pp. 67-84. 10.1404/11772

Polezzi, Loredana 1998. Different journeys along the river: Claudio Magris's "Danubio" and its translation. The Modern Language Review 93 (3) , pp. 678-694. 10.2307/3736490

Polezzi, Loredana 2000. Reflections of things past: building Italy through the mirror of translation. New Comparison 29 , pp. 27-47.

Polezzi, Loredana 2001. Esotismi-eroismi: motivi d'Africa nell'immaginario fascista. In: Brilli, Attilio and Chieli, Francesca eds. Immagini e retorica di regime, Milan: Motta, pp. 51-54.

Polezzi, Loredana 2001. Travels through translated Africa. Anglistica 5 (1-2) , pp. 79-103.

Polezzi, Loredana 2002. Did someone just travel all over me? Travel writing and the travelee. In: Le Disez, Jean-Yves and Borm, Jan eds. Seuils et traverses: enjeux de l'écriture du voyage, Vol. 2. Brest: Université de Bretagne Occidentale, pp. 303-312.

Polezzi, Loredana 2002. Aristocrats, geographers, reporters…: travelling through ‘Italian Africa’ in the 1930s. In: Burdett, Charles and Duncan, Derek eds. Cultural encounters: European travel writing in the 1930s, Remapping Cultural History, vol. 1. Oxford: Berghahn Books, pp. 187-204.

Polezzi, Loredana 2003. Imperial reproductions: the circulation of colonial images across popular genres and media in the 1920s and 1930s. Modern Italy 8 (1) , pp. 31-47. 10.1080/1353294032000074061

Polezzi, Loredana 2003. Non solo colonie: l“Africa” raccontata da scrittrici italiane contemporanee. In: Burns, Jennifer and Polezzi, Loredana eds. Borderlines: Migrazioni e identità nel Novecento, Isernia: Cosmo Iannone Editore, pp. 107-123.

Polezzi, Loredana 2003. Non solo colonie: “Africa” in the work of contemporary Italian women writers. In: Burns, Jennifer and Polezzi, Loredana eds. Borderlines: Migrazioni e identità nel Novecento, Isernia: Cosmo Iannone Editore, pp. 309-321.

Polezzi, Loredana 2004. Vittime o traditori? Vecchie e nuove metafore del tradurre e del traduttore. Semicerchio: rivista di poesia comparata 30-31 , pp. 7-10.
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Polezzi, Loredana 2004. Between gender and genre: the travels of Estella Canziani. In: Hooper, Glenn and Youngs, Tim eds. Perspectives on travel writing, Studies in European Cultural Transition, vol. 19. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 121-137.

Polezzi, Loredana 2006. Translation, travel, migration. The Translator 12 (2) , pp. 169-188.

Polezzi, Loredana 2006. Mixing mother tongues: language, narrative and the spaces of memory in postcolonial works by Italian women writers (Part 1). Romance Studies 24 (2) , pp. 149-158. 10.1179/174581506x120109

Polezzi, Loredana 2006. The mirror and the map: Italian women writing the colonial space. Italian Studies 61 (2) , pp. 191-205. 10.1179/007516306x142933

Polezzi, Loredana 2006. Mixing mother tongues: language, narrative and the spaces of memory in postcolonial works by Italian women writers (Part 2). Romance Studies 24 (3) , pp. 215-225. 10.1179/174581506x147623

Polezzi, Loredana 2007. Between the exotic and the heroic: re-reading the African tales of Italian travellers. In: Di Piazza, Elio ed. Fogli di anglistica, Vol. 1-2. Palermo: Flaccovio Editore, pp. 9-24.

Polezzi, Loredana 2007. ‘Mal d’Africa’ and its memory: heroes and anti-heroes in pre- and postwar readings of the Italian presence in Africa. In: Hipkins, Danielle and Plain, Gill eds. War-torn tales: literature, film and gender in the aftermath of World War II, Oxford: Peter Lang, pp. 39-64.

Polezzi, Loredana 2007. White, male, and Italian? Performing masculinity in Italian travel writing about Africa. In: Polezzi, Loredana and Ross, Charlotte eds. In Corpore: bodies in post-unification Italy, The Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Series in Italian Studies, Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, pp. 29-55.

Polezzi, Loredana 2008. 'La mobilita' come modello: ripensando i margini della scrittura italiana. In: Gnisci, Armando and Moll, N. eds. Studi europei e mediterranei, Studi (e testi) italiani, vol. 22. Rome: Università degli Studi di Roma, La Sapienza, pp. 115-128.

Polezzi, Loredana 2008. L’Etiopia raccontata agli italiani. In: Bottoni, Riccardo ed. L'Impero fascista: Italia ed Etiopia (1935-1941), Bologna: il Mulino, pp. 285-306.

Polezzi, Loredana 2008. Mobility. In: Baker, Mona and Saldanha, Gabriela eds. Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation Studies: 2nd edition, London: Routledge, pp. 172-178.

Polezzi, Loredana 2009. Lingua, idàntità à storia in Christ in Concrete di Piàtro di Donato. In: Sinopoli, Franca ed. La storia nella scrittura diasporica, Biblioteca di cultura, vol. 709. Rome: Bulzoni, pp. 137-161.

Polezzi, Loredana 2009. Reflections of things past: building Italy through the mirror of translation. In: Baker, Mona ed. Translation Studies, Vol. 2. Critical Concepts in Linguistics, London: Routledge, pp. 262-282.

Polezzi, Loredana 2010. Polylingualism and self-translation in Pietro di Donato’s Christ in concrete and Giose Rimanelli’s Familia. In: Ledgeway, Adam and Lepschy, Anna Laura eds. Into and out of Italy: lingua e cultura della migrazione italiana, Perugia: Guerra, pp. 137-146.

Polezzi, Loredana 2011. Precarietà: definizioni per l’uso, tra autobiografia e teoria. I quaderni della Libellula 1 , pp. 12-14.

Polezzi, Loredana 2012. Different journeys along the river: Claudio Magris’s Danubio and its translation. In: Youngs, Tim and Forsdick, Charles eds. Travel writing, Vol. 1. Critical Concepts in Literary and Cultural Studies, London: Routledge,

Polezzi, Loredana 2012. Migration and translation. In: Gambier, Yves and Van Doorslaer, Luc eds. Handbook of Translation Studies, Vol. 3. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 102-107.

Polezzi, Loredana 2012. Questioni di lingua: fra traduzione e autotraduzione. In: Pezzarossa, F. and Rossini, I. eds. Leggere il testo e il mondo: vent’anni di scrittura della migrazione in Italia, Bologna: CLUEB, pp. 15-31.

Polezzi, Loredana 2012. Translation and migration. Translation Studies 5 (3) , pp. 345-356. 10.1080/14781700.2012.701943

Polezzi, Loredana 2012. Il pieno e il vuoto: visual representations of Africa in Italian accounts of colonial experiences. Italian Studies 67 (3) , pp. 336-359. 10.1179/0075163412Z.00000000023

Polezzi, Loredana 2013. Dal Bar Mexico al Sahara: fuori e dentro casa con Fabrizia Ramondino. In: Giorgio, Adalgisa ed. 'Non sto quindi a Napoli sicura di casa’: Identità, spazio e testualità in Fabrizia Ramondino, Perugia: Morlacchi, pp. 37-54.

Polezzi, Loredana 2013. Europa unterbrechen: Modelle der Polylingualität und des gemeinsamen Selbst. In: Buden, Boris, Mennel, Birgit and Nowotny, Stefan eds. Translating beyond Europe: zur politischen Aufgabe der Übersetzung, Translated from the original by Mennel, Birgit. Vienna: Turia + Kant, pp. 91-107.

Polezzi, Loredana 2013. Layers of intimacy: openness and segregation in narrative representations of the Colonial House. In: Storchi, Simona ed. Beyond the Piazza: public and private spaces in modern Italian culture, Vol. 4. Moving texts / Testi mobili, Brussels: Peter Lang, pp. 39-56.

Polezzi, Loredana 2013. Disrupting Europe: polylingual models and common selves. Transversal

Polezzi, Loredana 2013. Of migrants and working men: how Pietro di Donato’s 'Christ in Concrete' travelled between the US and Italy through translation. In: Nelson, Brian and Maher, Brigid eds. Perspectives on literature and translation: creation, circulation, reception, Routledge Advances in Translation Studies, Routledge, pp. 161-177.

Polezzi, Loredana 2014. A double taste of India: the parallel travels of Alberto Moravia and Pier Paolo Pasolini. In: Vanita, Ruth ed. India and the world: postcolonialism, translation and Indian literature. Essays in honour of professor Harish Trivedi, New Delhi: Pencraft International,

Polezzi, Loredana 2014. Description, appropriation, transformation: fascist rhetoric and colonial nature. Modern Italy 19 (3) , pp. 287-303. 10.1080/13532944.2014.927355

Polezzi, Loredana 2014. Migration and translation: section introduction. In: Segal, Naomi and Koleva, Daniela eds. From literature to cultural literacy, London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 79-85.

Polezzi, Loredana 2015. Migrant writing as (self-)translation: the transnational trajectory of Giose Rimanelli. In: Bonsaver, Guido, Bond, Emma and Faloppa, Federico eds. Destination Italy: Representing Migration in Contemporary Media and Narrative, Peter Lang, pp. 303-322.

Polezzi, Loredana and Caruso, Carlo 2009. Intercultural nonsense? The humour of Fosco Maraini. In: Tarantino, Elisabetta ed. Nonsense and other senses: regulated absurdity in literature, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 313-334.

Polezzi, Loredana and Di Napoli, R. 2000. What language does Italian culture speak? In: Seago, K. and Mc Bride, N. eds. Target culture – target language?, AFSL/CILT Current Issues in University Language Teaching Series, London: CILT, pp. 93-115.

Polezzi, Loredana and Ross, Charlotte 2007. Introduction: reading bodies. In: Polezzi, Loredana and Ross, Charlotte eds. In Corpore: bodies in post-unification Italy, The Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Series in Italian Studies, Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, pp. 9-25.

Powell-Jones, Lindsay 2015. Joshua Ramey (2012)The Hermetic Deleuze: Philosophy and Spiritual Ordeal, Durham and London: Duke University Press. Deleuze Studies 9 (4) , pp. 578-584. 10.3366/dls.2015.0205

Powell-Jones, Lindsay 2016. Deleuze and Tarkovsky: the time image and post-war Soviet cinema history. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Prout, Ryan 1993. Textuality transcendent: Juan Goytisolo's 'La cuarentena' and the politics of eschatology. Journal of Hispanic Research 2 , pp. 307-324.

Prout, Ryan 1999. Jail-house Rock: Cuba, AIDS, and the Incorporation of Dissent in Bengt Norborg's Socialism or Death. Bulletin of Latin American Research 18 (4) , pp. 423-436. 10.1111/j.1470-9856.1999.tb00143.x

Prout, Ryan 2000. Cosmic Weddings and a Funeral: Sexuality, Techno-science, and the National Romance in Laura Esquivel's La ley del amor. Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies 6 (1) , pp. 43-54. 10.1080/13507490050020941

Prout, Ryan 2000. Femme foetal: The triple terror of the young Basque woman in 'Pasajes'. In: Jordan, Barry and Morgan-Tamosunas, Rikki eds. Contemporary Spanish Cultural Studies, Arnold, pp. 283-294.

Prout, Ryan 2000. Greenery blues: Synaesthesia, landscape, and Lorca's Lassitude in Vermont. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 77 (3) , pp. 393-441.

Prout, Ryan 2000. Sects and secularity: Another cinema, another Spain. In: Jordan, Barry and Morgan-Tamosunas, Rikki eds. Contemporary Spanish Cultural Studies, Arnold, pp. 123-133.

Prout, Ryan 2002. A load of bull: cultural patrimony, machismo, and merchandise. In: Godsland, Shelley and White, Anne M. eds. Cultura Popular: Studies in Spanish and Latin American Popular Culture, Peter Lang, pp. 113-128.

Prout, Ryan 2004. All about Spain: transplant and identity in La flor de mi secreto and Todo sobre mi madre. Studies in Hispanic Cinemas 1 (1) , pp. 43-62. 10.1386/shci.1.1.43/0

Prout, Ryan 2005. Cria cuervos: raise ravens. In: Mira, Alberto and Gubern, Roman eds. 24 Frames: The Cinema of Spain and Portugal, Wallflower Press, pp. 149-158.

Prout, Ryan 2005. El Diputado/The Congressman. In: Mira, A ed. 24 Frames; The Cinema of Spain and Portugal, Wallflower Press, pp. 159-167.

Prout, Ryan 2005. Marcelino pan y vino: The miracle of Marcelino. In: Mira, Alberto and Gubern, Roman eds. 24 Frames: The Cinema of Spain and Portugal, Wallflower Press, pp. 71-77.

Prout, Ryan 2006. Fortress Europe in Recent Spanish Film. Third Text 20 (6) , pp. 723-731. 10.1080/09528820601072809

Prout, Ryan 2007. Straitened circumstances: spanishness, psychogeography, and the borderline personality. In: Sánchez-Conejero, C ed. Spanishness in the Spanish Novel and Cinema of the 20th-21st Century, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 215-226.

Prout, Ryan 2008. Cryptic Triptych: (Re)Reading Disabilility in Spanish Film 1960-2003: "El cochecito", "El jardín de las delicias", and "Planta cuarta". Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 12 , pp. 165-187.

Prout, Ryan 2008. 'Inmenso estrecho: obstacles to achieving post-inmigration identity change in Spanish short fiction'. Tejuelo: Didactics of Langauge and LiIterature. Education 2 , pp. 66-77.

Prout, Ryan 2009. Cradling the nation: Asha Miró's autoethnographies, discourses of international adoption, and the construction of Spanishness. Bulletin of Spanish Studies 86 (4) , pp. 493-512. 10.1080/14753820902938019

Prout, Ryan 2009. An interview with Till Kleinert, winner of 2008 Iris Prize for LGBT short film. Film International 2009 (1 May)

Prout, Ryan 2010. Festival Report: 52nd International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film. [Online]. Film International.
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Prout, Ryan 2010. La teta asustada: Golden Bears, Amulets, and Old Wives' Tales? [Film review]. JGCinema.com: cinema and globalization
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Prout, Ryan 2010. Speaking Up / Coming Out: Regions of Authenticity in Juan Pinzás's Gay Galician Dogma Trilogy. Galicia 21 (B) , pp. 68-91.

Prout, Ryan 2011. Exploding Anonymity: The Romance and Risk of Derailment. Short Film Studies 1 (2) , pp. 239-243. 10.1386/sfs.1.2.239_1

Prout, Ryan 2011. River, rain, pool: Envisioning adoptive identity in three women’s narratives from contemporary Spain. In: Prout, Ryan and Altenberg, Tilmann eds. Seeing in Spanish: From Don Quixote to Daddy Yankee - 22 Essays on Hispanic Visual Cultures, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 91-104.

Prout, Ryan 2012. Critical condition: Alzheimer's and identity in Carla Subirana's 'Nedar' (2008). Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies 18 (2-3) , pp. 245-263. 10.1080/14701847.2012.795692

Prout, Ryan 2012. Between automoción patria and maternal combustion: Driving through change in Sor Citroën (1967). International Journal of Iberian Studies 24 (2) , pp. 109-127. 10.1386/ijis.24.2.109_1

Prout, Ryan 2013. Coming out in stereo city: the GDR and the eschatology of the closet. JG Cinema: Cinema and Globalization

Prout, Ryan 2013. Films and finality. JG Cinema: Cinema and Globalization

Prout, Ryan 2013. Mapping neuro-diverse alterity in 'social and sensitive' comics from Spain. International Journal of Comic Art 15 (1) , pp. 84-99.

Prout, Ryan 2014. From boom to bubble and bust: comical economics in Aleix Salós Troika Trilogy. International Journal of Comic Art 16 (1) , pp. 458-476.

Prout, Ryan 2015. À la recherche du chien perdu: Watch Dogs, Memory, and Mourning in Recuerdos de perrito de mierda (Shitty Little Dog Memories). International Journal of Comic Art 17 (2) , pp. 82-97.

Prout, Ryan 2016. Piensa diferente: Rethinking neurodiversity in Spanish and Latin American visual cultures. London: IGRS.

Prout, Ryan 2016. Otras competencias: Ethnobotany, the Badianus codex, and metaphors of Mexican memory loss and disability in Las buenas hierbas (2010). In: Antebi, Susan and Jörgensen, Beth E. eds. Libre Acceso: Critical Disability Studies in Latin American Literature and Film, SUNY series in Latin American and Iberian Thought and Culture, Albany, NY: State University of New York Press (SUNY Press), pp. 83-102.
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Prout, Ryan 2017. Canine colloquium: skeuomorphism and the transitional dog in 'La Criatura', 'Solas', and 'Recuerdos de perrito de mierda'. Bulletin of Spanish Studies: Hispanic Studies and Researches on Spain, Portugal and Latin America
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Prout, Ryan 2017. Within, against, inside, out: Ian Padrón, Fuera de liga, Habanastation, and music video. In: Baron, Guy, Stock, Ann-Marie and Álvarez Pitaluga, Antonio eds. The Cinema of Cuba: Contemporary Film and the Legacy of Revolution, London: I B Tauris, pp. 195-219.

Prout, Ryan 2018. Falling between the cracks (gentrification and diversification in Luis Prieto's Bamboleho). Short Film Studies 8 (2) , pp. 143-147. 10.1386/sfs.8.2.143_1
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Prout, Ryan 2018. Tangents of pain, cuerpos en carne viva: disability, disorder, and reflexivity in insensibles and la herida. In: Hartwig, Susanne and Checa Puerta, Julio Enrique eds. ¿Discapacidad?: Literatura, teatro y cine hispánicos vistos desde los disability studies, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Warszawa, Wien: Peter Lang,
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Prout, Ryan 2019. Still waters run deep: Disability counter currents in La piscina (2012). Inclusión, integración, diferenciación: la diversidad funcional en la literatura, el cine y las artes escénica, Passau: Passau University,

Prout, Ryan 2019. V for vivienda, V for viñeta: Housing policy and spaces for living in Spanish comics and graphic novels. Bulletin of Spanish Visual Studies

Prout, Ryan 2019. A small and silent revolution. Short Film Studies 9 (2) , pp. 153-156. 10.1386/sfs.9.2.153_1
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Prout, Ryan and Altenberg, Tilmann 2011. Introduction. In: Prout, Ryan and Altenberg, Tilmann eds. Seeing in Spanish: From Don Quixote to Daddy Yankee - 22 Essays on Hispanic Visual Cultures, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, xiv-xxv.

Prout, Ryan and Bartual, Roberto 2018. Wrinkles, furrows, and laughter lines: Paco Roca in conversation at the Lakes International Comic Art Festival. International Journal of Comic Art 20 (1) , pp. 510-23.
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Prout, Ryan and Kramer, Gary M. 2011. Fourth Iris Prize Festival Report and Interview with Magnus Mork, director of Samaritan (Norway, 2010). Film International 9 (4) , pp. 84-91. 10.1386/fiin.9.4.84

Purbrick, Margaret Anne 2019. The Medieval Romance of Jaufre: a storyteller's perspective. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Qu, Yu, Feldner, Heiko and Vighi, Fabio 2016. An interview with Fabio Vighi and Heiko Feldner. In: Jie, Wang ed. Research on Marxist Aesthetics, Vol. vol. 1. Beijing: Oriental Publishing, pp. 227-237.

Rabelo Camara, Yls, Sanz-Mingo, Carlos and Rabelo Camara, Yzy Maria 2016. Das bruxas medievais às benzedeiras atuais: a oralidade como manutençâo da memória na arte de curar-uma pesquisa exploratória. Boitatá 11 (22) , pp. 221-236.

Rajbar, Simon 2018. Iran as a symptom: A psychoanalytic critique of the ideological structure in the Islamic Republic. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Rajbar, Simon 2018. The ontology of crisis: the sublimity of objet petit a and the Master-Signifier. International Journal of Zizek Studies 12 (2)
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Reginold, Remo 2014. Sotto voce. Translating the phenomenon…. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Roddis, Kiyo 2018. An experiment of effective pronunciation training in Japanese beginners classes: Learning through discovery and kinaesthetic modalities. BATJ Journal 19 , pp. 4-13.

Roddis, Kiyo and Uno, Hiroko 2017. Practice of 'personalised writing' activities in Japanese beginners classes. BATJ Journal 18 , pp. 4-11.

Sanz Mingo, Carlos 2017. La mujer en dos películas españolas. [Teaching Resource]

Sanz Mingo, Carlos 2017. 'So God me help, I sin not, for my husband is my shame.' The Strength of Female Characters in Contemporary Arthurian Literature. In: Çetiner-Öktem, Züleyha, Tuğlu, Begüm and Kıryaman, Erkin eds. Languages, Cultures, and Gender, [Languages, Cultures, and Gender]. Izmir: Ege Üniversitesi, pp. 185-195.

Sanz Mingo, Carlos 2019. From 'Kerueþ of Hire Nose' to 'I Must Do Penance': Traumas and wounds in Arthurian Literature. In: Sanz Mingo, Carlos, Atilla, Aylin and Waterman, David eds. Literature, Narrative and Trauma, Izmir: Ege Ûniversitesi Basımevi, pp. 49-60.

Sanz Mingo, Carlos 2019. La guerra civil española: la batalla de Aragón. Tecla: Revista de la Consejeria de Educacion en el Reino Unido e Irlanda 2019 (1) , pp. 14-25.

Sanz Mingo, Carlos, Carrasco, Anna, Rubio-Arribas, Beatriz, Broderick, Ceire, Echaves, Susanna, Munguia-Peacock, Belen and Perez-Nieto, Nazaret 2017. TECLA Taqra. Conoce la Facultad de Lenguas Modernas de la Universidad de Cardiff. TECLA. Revista de la Consejería de Educación en el Reino Unido e Irlanda 3 , pp. 5-7.
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Sanz Mingo, Carlos, Carrasco, Anna, Rubio-Arribas, Beatriz, Echaves, Susanna, Munguia-Peacock, Belen, Broderick, Ceire and Perez-Nieto, Nazaret 2018. The two Spains: 1936 onwards for A Level Spanish. ZigZag Education.

Sanz Mingo, Carlos A. 2015. The Adventures of King Arthur and the noble knights of the silver screen. Read on Screen. Film Adaptations of Literature in English, Prague: Metropolitan University Prague, pp. 60-76.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2004. Historicism and realism in modern Arthurian literature: 'The Lantern Bearers', by Rosemary Sutcliff. In: Abad, Pilar and Barrio, José Manuel eds. Estudios de Literatura Inglesa VII, Valladolid: Universidad de Valladolid, pp. 325-331.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2009. And women took over Arthuriana. B.A.S. British and American Studies 15 , pp. 155-166.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2009. Changing motifs in Arthurian literature: towards a new Round Table. Philologia VII , pp. 101-108.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2009. Forcing the bull into its knees: the Mithraic strife in modern Arthuriana. Minerva XXII , pp. 205-215.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2009. Arthuriana vs. religion: the other enemies of God. In: Silkü, R., Atilla, A. and Biçer, I. A. eds. IDEA, Izmir: Ege University Press, pp. 187-198.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2009. The new Arthurian wave: changes in modern Arthurian fiction. In: Jarazo Álvarez, Rubén and Montero Ameneiro, Lydia eds. Periphery and Centre IV, A Coruña: Asociación de Estudiantes de Filoloxía Inglesa, Universidade da Coruña, pp. 87-96.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2010. Redifining modernism and postmodernism: The case of Arthurian literature. In: Sebnem, Toplu and Zapf, Hubert eds. Redefining Modernism and Postmodernism, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 278-291.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2011. Dark ages, religious conflicts and their literary representations: The Winter King, by Bernard Cornwell. Acta Universitatis Danubius. Communicatio 5 (1) , pp. 5-23.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2011. Morgan of the thousand faces. In: Spremić, M. and Đorić-Francuski, B. eds. English Language and Literature Studies: Image, Identity, Reality, Belgrade: University of Belgrade, pp. 75-86.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2011. Not that good after all? The Church and Arthuriana: a love/hate relation. In: Girbea, Catalina, Popescu, Andreea and Voicu, Mihaela eds. Temps et mémoire dans le littérature arthurienne, Bucuresti: Editura Universitâţii din Bucureşti, pp. 472-481.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2011. Women, politics, religion: the reshaping of Arthuriana. In: Alamichel, M.-F. and Braid, R. eds. Texte et Contexte: Littérature et Histoire de l’Europe médiévale, Colloques, Paris: Michel Houdiard, pp. 570-586.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2012. From the otherworld to the outer space: Arthur travels across the ages. In: Erdem, M., Helmbold, L. R., Silkü, A. and Öztarhan, E. S. eds. Change and Challenge, Izmir: Ege University Press, pp. 135-144.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2012. In this tale of Arthur women do shine. Acta Universitatis Danubius. Communicatio 6 (2) , pp. 74-94.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2013. From the Middle Ages to the future: The Arthurian legend and its transcultural value. In: Prieto Arranz, Jose Igor, Bastida Rodruez, Patricia, Calafat Ripoll, Caterina, Fernandez Morales, Marta and Suarez Gomez, Cristina eds. De-Centring Cultural Studies: Past, Present and Future of Popular Culture, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 71-88.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2014. Propuesta didáctica para "¡Ay, Carmela!" y "La hora de los valientes. [Teaching Resource]

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2014. ¿Hablando con mirlos? El uso de la personificación de animales en la leyenda artúrica. Estudios Humanísticos. Filología 36 , pp. 156-165.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2014. Un texto galés en España: la recepción y traducción de "Culhwch ac Olwen" de los Mabinogion. In: Zarandona, J. M. ed. De Britania a Britonia. La leyenda artúrica en tierras de Iberia: cultura, literatura y traducción, Vol. 12. Oxford: Peter Lang, pp. 41-67.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2015. Medieval world, modern world: the making of a nation. The Welsh Mabinogion in modern adaptations. In: Marquis, Claudia, Nicholson, Roger and Szamosi, Gertrud eds. Contested Identities. Literary Negotations in Time and Place., Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 121-136.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2016. Translation, adaptation, propaganda: Alfonso X of Castile and "Historia Regum Britanniae". Acta Universitatis Danubius 10 (2) , pp. 22-39.
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Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2016. Los girasoles ciegos. [Teaching Resource]

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2017. Arthurian adaptations of the Otherworld. In: Cubukcu, Feryal ed. Aesthetic Reverberations in Literature and Education, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, pp. 45-60.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2017. Celda 211. [Teaching Resource]

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2017. "La casa por el tejado". Frases hechas con la palabra casa. [Teaching Resource]

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos 2017. The Arthurian world in Bernard Cornwell's "The Warlord Chronicles". Dortmund: Verlag.

Sanz-Mingo, Carlos and Rabelo Câmara, Yls 2017. De fada Morgana à bruxa Morgana- as transformaçôes sofridas por esta personagem arturiana ao longo de oito séculos e seu resgate literário recente. Diálogos 20 (3) , pp. 82-96. 10.4025/dialogos.v20i3.33671

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Schweissinger, Marc 2006. Siegfried Lenz: Deutschstunde [German Lesson]. The Literary Encyclopedia, Literary Dictionary Company Limited,
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Schweissinger, Marc 2008. Gerhart Hauptmann and his historical plays: aesthetic character construction and its relationship to history. Berichte aus der Literaturwissenschaft, Aachen: Shaker.

Schweissinger, Marc 2011. Gerhart Hauptmann und Franz Werfel (1890-1945), eine Dichterfreundschaft. In: Hildebrandt, Klaus and Kuczynski, Krzysztof Antoni eds. "Habt herzlichen Dank fuer Eure Freundschaft...": Menschen um Gerhart Hauptmann, Wloclawek: Wissenschaftliche Verlag der Staatlichen Fachhochschule, pp. 269-283.

Schweissinger, Marc 2011. Gerhart Hauptmann's Hamlet 'translation'. Anglistica Pisana 8 (2) , pp. 11-24.

Schweissinger, Marc 2012. Gerhart Hauptmann: Bahnwaerter Thiel oder die Tragoedie der Sprachlosigkeit. Carl und Gerhart Hauptmann Jahrbuch 6 , pp. 61-106.

Schweissinger, Marc 2014. Magnus Garbe - Historisches Drama und Zeitkritik? In: Hildebrandt, Klaus and Rohlfs, Stefan eds. Gerhart Hauptmann: Neue Studien zu seinem Werk, Schriften des Gerhart-Hauptmann-Museums, vol. 1. Berlin: vbb - Verlag für Berlin-Brandenburg, pp. 90-104.

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Schweissinger, Marc J. 2014. Translating German novellas into English: A comparative study. German Linguistic and Cultural Studies, vol. 27. Oxford: Peter Lang.

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Schweissinger, Marc J. 2017. Aspects of a comparative coming-of-age novel typology. In: Zeng, Li ed. 6th Annual International Conference Language, Literature & Lingustics (L3 2017), Global Science and Technology Forum (GSFT), pp. 71-80. (10.5176/2251-3566_L317.60)

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Sene, Ayshka 2018. The orphan story of British women in occupied France: History, memory, legacy. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Silvestri, Angelo 2016. Intelligo ut credam, credo ut intelligam, Robert Grosseteste between faith and reason. In: Cunningham, Jack P. and Hocknull, Mark eds. Robert Grosseteste and the pursuit of Religious and Scientific Learning in the Middle Ages, Studies in the History of Philosophy of Mind, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, pp. 245-262. (10.1007/978-3-319-33468-4)

Silvestri, Angelo 2017. The life, education, and deeds of Robert Grosseteste: perception of episcopal power at thirteenth-century Lincoln. In: Coss, Peter, Julian-Jones, Melissa, Dennis, Chris and Silvestri, Angelo eds. Episcopal Power and Local Society in Medieval Europe, 900-1400, Brepols Publishers, pp. 81-96.

Silvestri, Angelo Mario 2015. Power, politics and episcopal authority: the bishops of Cremona and Lincoln in the middle ages (1066-1340). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Slater, Stephanie and Inagawa, Mayuko 2017. Breaking borders between East and West: integrated approaches for learning and teaching. Presented at: Learning, Teaching & Student Experience 2017, Bristol, UK, 25-26 April 2017.

Soussana, Gad, Nuselovici, Alexis and Derrida, Jacques 2001. Dire l'événement, est-ce possible?: Séminaire de Montréal, pour Jacques Derrida. Esthétiques, Paris: L'Harmattan.

Swanwick, Ruth, Kitchen, Ruth, Jarvis, Joy, McCracken, Wendy, O'Neil, Rachel and Powers, Steve 2014. Following Alice: theories of critical thinking and reflective practice in action at postgraduate level. Teaching in Higher Education 19 (2) , pp. 156-169. 10.1080/13562517.2013.836099

Topping, Margaret Eileen 2002. The Proustian Harem. The Modern Language Review 97 (2) , pp. 300-311. 10.2307/3736861
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Topping, Margaret Eileen 2004. Writing the Self, Writing the Other in Pierre Loti's Madame Chrysanthème and Arthur Golden's Memoirs of a Geisha. Comparative Critical Studies 1 (3) , pp. 309-22. 10.3366/ccs.2004.1.3.309

Topping, Margaret Eileen 2006. Artists and Alchemists in Proust's A la recherche du temps perdu. French Studies 60 (4) , pp. 466-478. 10.1093/fs/knl170

Topping, Margaret Eileen 2007. Supernatural Proust: myth and metaphor in a la recherche du temps perdu. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Topping, Margaret Eileen 2010. Travelling Images, Images of Travel in Nicolas Bouvier's "L'Usage du monde". French Studies 64 (3) , pp. 302-316. 10.1093/fs/knq035

Tseng, Chiao-I and Altenberg, Tilmann 2019. Blending fact and fiction in graphic war narratives of the Falklands War. ImageTexT 11 (1)
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Tuck, Alexander 2015. Spain’s national cycling tour and the politics of regional and national identity, 1975-2000. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Varis, Piia and Wang, Xuan 2016. Superdiversity on the Internet: A case from China. In: Arnaut, K., Blommaert, J., Rampton, B. and Spotti, M. eds. Language and Superdiversity, New York and Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 218-236. (10.4324/9781315730240)

Vighi, Fabio 2000. Adorati toponimi: tracking ideological space in Pier Paolo Pasolini. New Readings 5 , pp. 25-38.
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Vighi, Fabio 2000. Lo sperimentalismo di Pasolini: impegno come existenz. The Italianist 20 (1) , pp. 229-252. 10.1179/ita.2000.20.1.229

Vighi, Fabio 2001. Le ragioni dell'altro: La formazione intellettuale di Pasolini tra saggistica, letteratura e cinema. Temi e profili del Novecento, Ravenna: Longo Editore.

Vighi, Fabio 2001. Pasolini con Adorno: fascismo rivisitato. Italian Studies 56 (1) , pp. 129-147. 10.1179/its.2001.56.1.129

Vighi, Fabio 2002. Beyond objectivity: the utopian in Pasolini's documentaries. Textual Practice 16 (3) , pp. 491-510. 10.1080/09502360210163444

Vighi, Fabio 2002. Mimesis and the un-reconciled condition: a theoretical approach to Antonioni's cinema. New Formations (47) , pp. 144-154.

Vighi, Fabio 2003. On torture, passionate attachment and diabolical evil: ethics in Rossellini's Open City and Pasolini's Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom. Journal for Lacanian Studies 1 (1) , pp. 85-109.

Vighi, Fabio 2003. Pasolini and exclusion: Žižek, Agamben and the modern sub-proletariat. Theory Culture & Society 20 (5) , pp. 99-121. 10.1177/02632764030205005

Vighi, Fabio 2004. Encounters in the real: subjectivity and its excess in Roberto Rossellini. Studies in European Cinema 1 (3) , pp. 185-197. 10.1386/seci.1.3.185/0

Vighi, Fabio 2004. Sublime accattone: Žižek, Pasolini e la critica dell'ideologia. Rivista di Studi Italiani XXII (1) , pp. 195-215.

Vighi, Fabio 2005. Lacan for cinema today: on the uncanny Pouvoir de la Vérité. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society 10 (3) , pp. 232-251. 10.1057/palgrave.pcs.2100046

Vighi, Fabio 2005. Nanni Moretti: trauma, hysteria, and freedom. In: Hope, William ed. Italian cinema: new directions, New Studies in European Cinema, vol. 1. Oxford: Peter Lang, pp. 79-106.

Vighi, Fabio 2005. On the real limits of self-consciousness: gazing back at the subversive subject with Marco Bellocchio. Culture, Theory and Critique 46 (2) , pp. 147-161. 10.1080/14735780500314364

Vighi, Fabio 2006. Traumatic encounters in Italian film: locating the cinematic unconscious. Bristol: Intellect.

Vighi, Fabio 2007. Sexual difference in and out of European Cinema: Zizek as a reader of Truffaut. In: Vighi, Fabio and Feldner, Heiko Michael eds. Did Somebody Say Ideology? : On Slavoj Zizek And Consequences, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 250-276.

Vighi, Fabio 2007. Liberation hurts: violence, masochism and anti-capitalism according to Pasolini. Italian Studies 62 (1) , pp. 61-77. 10.1179/007516307X174856

Vighi, Fabio 2008. Fractious Companions: Psychoanalysis, Italian Cinema, and Sexual Difference. Italian Studies 63 (2) , pp. 235-254. 10.1179/007516308X344379

Vighi, Fabio 2009. Il dolore della liberazione: violenza, masochismo e anti-capitalismo secondo Pasolini. In: Patti, Emanuela ed. La nuova gioventù? L'eredità intellettuale di Pier Paolo Pasolini, Novi Ligure: Joker Edizioni, pp. 63-87.

Vighi, Fabio 2009. Sexual difference in European cinema: the curse of enjoyment. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Vighi, Fabio 2010. On practicing theory. Some remarks on Adrian Johnston's 'Badiou, Zizek and political transformations'. International Journal of Zizek Studies 4 (1)

Vighi, Fabio 2010. Pasolini, Fassbinder, Lacan: on surplus and brotherhood. In: Vighi, Fabio and Nuselovici, Alexis eds. Pasolini, Fassbinder and Europe: Between Utopia and Nihilism, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 20-36.

Vighi, Fabio 2010. On Žižek’s dialectics: surplus, subtraction, sublimation. Bloomsbury Studies in Continental Philosophy, London: Continuum.

Vighi, Fabio 2010. Nonsense that matters: some observations on psychoanalysis and Italian cinema. The Italianist 30 (2) , pp. 278-281. 10.1179/026143410X12724449730259

Vighi, Fabio 2012. Salò between Hegel and Lacan. In: Messina, Davide ed. Corpus XXX: Pasolini, Petrolio, Salò, Bologna: CLUEB, pp. 65-79.

Vighi, Fabio 2012. Tra le due morti: soglia come luogo del Reale. In: Ponzi, Mauro and Gentili, Dario eds. Soglie: Per una nuova teoria dello spazio, Milano: Mimesis, pp. 199-211.

Vighi, Fabio 2012. Critical theory and film: rethinking ideology through film noir. Critical Theory and Contemporary Society, London: Continuum.

Vighi, Fabio 2014. "Zwischen zwei Toden": Die Schwelle als Ort del Realen. In: Borvitz, Sieglinde and Ponzi, Maura eds. Schwellen: Ansatze fur eine neue Theorie des Raums, Dusseldorf University Press, pp. 161-175.

Vighi, Fabio 2014. The unwanted guest: Notes on Italian cinema's love affair with psychoanalysis. In: Bondanella, Peter ed. The Italian Cinema Book, Basingstoke: BFI/Palgrave,

Vighi, Fabio 2014. Between the two deaths: the real as threshold. In: Vighi, Fabio, Nuselovici, Alexis and Ponzi, M. eds. Between urban topographies and political spaces: threshold experiences, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, pp. 95-106.

Vighi, Fabio 2014. Contingent encounters and retroactive signification: zooming in on the dialectical core of Zizek's film criticism. In: Flisfeder, Matthew and Willis, Louis-Paul eds. Zizek and Media Studies: A Reader, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 131-147.

Vighi, Fabio 2014. Dall'evento al sintomo: Badiou e l'ontologia lacaniana. International Journal for Badiou Studies 3 (1) , pp. 24-47.
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Vighi, Fabio 2014. Biopolitics. In: Butler, Rex ed. The Zizek Dictionary, London: Routledge, pp. 14-18.

Vighi, Fabio 2015. La mostruosita' dell'eroe: pulsione e liberta' ne I cento passi. In: Colleoni, Federica, Dalla Torre, Elena and Lanslots, Inge eds. Il cinema di Marco Tullio Giordana. Interventi critici, Da lontano: Studi e Testi, vol. 6. Vecchiarelli Editore, pp. 121-138.

Vighi, Fabio 2015. The ambiguous remainder: contemporary capitalism and the becoming law of the symptom. In: de Sutter, Laurent ed. Zizek and law, Nomikoi: Critical Legal Thinkers, London: Routledge, pp. 80-98.

Vighi, Fabio 2015. Ontology of crisis and Lacan's discourse of the capitalist. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society 20 (1) , pp. 1-19. 10.1057/pcs.2015.13

Vighi, Fabio 2015. Mourning or melancholia? Collapse of capitalism and delusional attachments. In: Hamza, Agon ed. Repeating Zizek, Durham, NC: Duke University Press, pp. 180-194.

Vighi, Fabio 2016. Retroactive rupture: the place of the subject in Jane Campion's "In the Cut". In: Kunkle, Sheila ed. Cinematic Cuts: Theorizing Film Endings, Insinuations: Philosophy, Psychoanalysis, Literature, New York: SUNY Press, pp. 81-98.

Vighi, Fabio 2016. Capitalist Bulimia: Lacan on Marx and crisis. Crisis and Critique 3 (3) , pp. 415-432.
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Vighi, Fabio 2016. Belief as fetish: the religion of capitalism in Elio Petri's cinema. In: Cavallini, Roberto ed. Requiem for a Nation: Religion and Politics in Post-War Italian Cinema, Mimesis International,

Vighi, Fabio 2016. Neo-noir dialectics and the subject of crisis. In: Ricci, Gabriel R. ed. The Persistence of Crititcal Theory., Vol. 8. Culture & Civilization., New Jersey: Transaction,

Vighi, Fabio 2017. L-D-L', or: Lacan's dialectics of love. In: Zeiher, Cindy and McGowan, Todd eds. Can Philosophy Love? Reflections and Encounters., Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 116-141.

Vighi, Fabio 2018. Crisi di valore. Lacan, Marx e il crepuscolo della societa' del lavoro. Milan: Mimesis.

Vighi, Fabio 2018. The subversion of the subject and the dialectic of desire in the Freudian unconscious. Reading Lacan's Ecrits: from 'Signification of the Phallus' to 'Metaphor of the Subject', Routledge, pp. 168-223.

Vighi, Fabio 2018. From Utopia to Endgame: What is left of capitalist metaphysics. In: Gualtieri, Claudia ed. Utopia in the Present. Cultural Politics and Change, Peter Lang, pp. 27-41.

Vighi, Fabio 2018. Structurally bent on self-destruction: Paul Schrader and the decomposition of contemporary society. Berlin Journal of Critical Theory 2 (1) , pp. 5-31.
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Vighi, Fabio 2019. Ontologia della supercazzola: resistenza inconscia del linguaggio comico dal Witz al sintomo. In: Moroncini, Ambra, Schecter, Darrow and Vighi, Fabio eds. Resistance in Italian Culture: from Dante to the 21st Century, Franco Cesati Editore, pp. 245-266.

Vighi, Fabio 2019. Populist symptoms and the curse of the capitalist fetish. Third Text 32 (5-6) , pp. 674-681. 10.1080/09528822.2018.1558652

Vighi, Fabio 2019. Genie out of the bottle: Lacan and the loneliness of global capitalism. Crisis and Critique 6 (1) , pp. 391-415.
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Vighi, Fabio 2019. The Hegelian moment: from the withering away of labour to the concrete universality of work. Continental Thought and Theory 2 (4) , pp. 83-107.
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Vighi, Fabio and Feldner, Heiko 2006. Beyond liberal democracy: Slavoj Žižek and the politics of ideology critique. New Formations (58) , pp. 53-62.

Vighi, Fabio and Feldner, Heiko 2017. Distruzione creativa o terra bruciata? La crisi del capitalismo nel XXI secolo. In: Ponzi, M. ed. Karl Marx e la Crisi, Quodlibet, pp. 187-214.

Vighi, Fabio and Feldner, Heiko Michael 2006. Resistant and radical agency: Traversing Foucault with Slavoj Žižek. Journal for Lacanian Studies 4 (2) , pp. 300-324.

Vighi, Fabio and Feldner, Heiko Michael 2006. United States of Europe or free trade zone? No thanks! Slavoj Žižek on the future of Europe. European Journal for Social Theory 9 (3) , pp. 337-355. 10.1177/1368431006065716

Vighi, Fabio and Feldner, Heiko Michael 2007. Ideology critique or discourse analysis? Žižek against Foucault. European Journal of Political Theory 6 (2) , pp. 141-159. 10.1177/1474885107074347

Vighi, Fabio and Feldner, Heiko Michael 2007. Žižek: beyond Foucault. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Vighi, Fabio and Feldner, Heiko Michael 2008. The Challenge of Power in Žižek and Foucault. European Journal of Psychoanalysis (26-27) , pp. 35-66.

Vighi, Fabio and Feldner, Heiko Michael 2009. Pathological attachments: Slavoj Žižek on anticapitalism and liberal democracy. Rethinking Marxism 21 (2) , pp. 290-297. 10.1080/08935690902743591

Vighi, Fabio and Feldner, Heiko Michael 2009. Slavoj Žižek's Bartleby Politics and the Economic Crisis. The Exception Magazine

Vighi, Fabio and Feldner, Heiko Michael 2010. From subject to politics: The Žižekian field today. Subjectivity 3 (1) , pp. 31-52. 10.1057/sub.2009.32

Vighi, Fabio and Feldner, Heiko Michael 2010. A subject that matters: Žižek’s ideology critique today. International Journal of Žižek Studies 4 (1) , pp. 1-22.

Vighi, Fabio and Nuselovici, Alexis 2010. In the clouds: a dialogue. In: Vighi, Fabio and Nuselovici, Alexis eds. Pasolini, Fassbinder and Europe: Between Utopia and Nihilism, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 177-192.

Wang, Xuan 2013. “I am not a qualified dialect rapper”: constructing hip-hop authenticity in China. Sociolinguistic Studies 6 (2) 10.1558/sols.v6i2.333

Wang, Xuan 2015. Inauthentic authenticity: Semiotic design and globalization in the margins of China. Semiotica 2015 (203) , pp. 227-248. 10.1515/sem-2014-0068

Wang, Xuan 2018. Fangyan and the linguistic landscapes of authenticity: Normativity and innovativity of writing in globalizing China. In: Weth, Constanze and Juffermans, Kasper eds. Tyranny of Writing: Ideologies of the Written Word, Advances in Sociolinguistics, London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 165-183.

Wang, Xuan 2019. Consuming English in rural China: lookalike language and the semiotics of aspiration. In: Kroon, Sjaak and Swanenberg, Jos eds. Language and Culture on the Margins: Global/Local Interactions, Routledge Critical Studies in Multilingualism, New York: Routledge, (10.4324/9781351244350)

Wang, Xuan, Juffermans, Kasper and Du, Caixia 2016. Harmony as language policy in China: an Internet perspective. Language Policy 15 (3) , pp. 299-321. 10.1007/s10993-015-9374-y
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Wang, Xuan and Kroon, Sjaak 2017. The chronotopes of authenticity. AILA Review 30 (1) , pp. 72-95. 10.1075/aila.00004.wan
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Wang, Xuan, Spotti, Massimiliano, Juffermans, Kasper, Cornips, Leonie, Kroon, Sjaak and Blommaert, Jan 2014. Globalization in the margins: toward a re-evalution of language and mobility. Applied Linguistics Review 5 (1) , pp. 23-44. 10.1515/applirev-2014-0002

Wang, Xuan and Varis, Piia 2011. Superdiversity on the Internet: A case from China. Diversities 13 (2) , pp. 70-83.

Whitfield, Joey 2017. Protesting the Cuban prison: violence and sex between men in Carlos Montenegro's Hombres sin mujer and Ángel Santiesteban-Prats’ Dichosos los que lloran. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 94 (9) , pp. 1013-1031. 10.3828/bhs.2017.62

Whitfield, Joey 2018. Forms of dissidence: Celestino antes del alba and El mundo alucinante by Reinaldo Arenas. New Readings
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Whitfield, Joseph 2010. Narratives of internationalism in Angola: myths, "testimonio", fiction. International Journal of Cuban Studies 2 (3/4) , pp. 231-248.

Whitfield, Joseph 2014. Susana Draper, afterlives of confinement: spatial transitions in postdictatorship Latin America [Book Review]. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 91 (1) , pp. 113-114. 10.3828/bhs.2014.7

Whitfield, Joseph 2016. Thresholds of illiteracy: theory, Latin America, and the crisis of resistance by Abraham Acosta [Book Review]. Modern Language Review 11 (3) , pp. 893-895. 10.5699/modelangrevi.111.3.0893

Whitfield, Joseph 2016. Other neoliberal penalities: Marching Powder and prison tourism in La Paz. Theoretical Criminology 20 (3) , pp. 358-375. 10.1177/1362480615618443

Whitfield, Joseph 2017. City of control: José Padilha and the policing of Rio de Janeiro in Ônibus 174 (Bus 174), and Tropa de Elite (Elite Squad). In: Annie, Ring, Henriette, Steiner and Kristin, Veel eds. Architecture and Control, Architectural Intelligences, Leiden: Brill, pp. 169-187.

Whitfield, Joseph 2018. Prison writing of Latin America. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Williams, Emyr. 2009. Social and political thought of Saunders Lewis. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Wren-Owens, Elizabeth 2012. Tabucchi's Pessoa: A legacy repaid? In: Frier, David ed. Pessoa in an intertextual web: influence and innovation, London: Legenda,

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth 2013. Italian identity in a bi-lingual country: Power vectors, policy and literature in Canada and Wales. Presented at: The British Comparative Literature Association XIII International Conference, Essex, 8-11 July 2013.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth 2014. Student employability: The Student Language Ambassador Teaching Module. Presented at: Colloquium on Innovation in Modern Languages Education, Bath, 13 June 2014.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth 2014. Tabucchi in translation. Presented at: Key Cultural Texts in Translation, Leicester, 29-30 April 2014.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth 2018. In, on and through translation: Tabucchi's tavelling texts. Peter Lang. 10.3726/b12086

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2007. Absent and real bodies in Tabucchi: from dissatisfaction to resolution. In: Polezzi, Loredana and Ross, Charlotte eds. In Corpore: Bodies in Post-Unification Italy, Madison, N.J.: Farleigh Dickinson University Press, pp. 228-241.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2007. Postmodern ethics: the re-appropriation of committed writing in the works of Antonio Tabucchi and Leonardo Sciascia 1975-2005. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2007. Tabucchi's brutal empires. Modern language review 102 (3) , pp. 723-736.
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Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2008. Between far Right and traditional Left: Sandro Onofri as engaged intellectual. Presented at: American Association of Italian Studies (AAIS) Annual Conference, Taormina, Italy, 22-25 May 2008.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2008. Constructing Italian identity: The (Native) American contact zone. Presented at: Researching Migration and Mobility in European Cultures conference, Cardiff, UK, 25 April 2008.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2010. Introducing, authenticating, authorizing: The role of the introductory voice in migrant writing by Italians and migrants into Italy. Presented at: American Association of Italian Studies (AAIS) Annual Conference, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, 11-13 April 2010.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2011. Authenticating, authorising, politicizing: Paratext and first-wave Italian American and African Italian migrant autobiographies. Forum Italicum 45 (1) , pp. 166-186.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2011. Integrated or repressed identity? Welsh Italian narrative in international contexts? Presented at: Within and Without: Representing Diasporas in Europe, Cardiff, UK, 13 May 2011.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2011. The emergence of Welsh Italian narrative, or the commodifcation of nostalgia? Presented at: Society for Italian Studies Biennial Conference, St Andrews, UK, 6-9 July 2011.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2011. Tensions in Italian whiteness and racial violence in Italy, the United States and Native American reservations: Sandro Onofri and the Italian Left. Italian Studies 66 (3) , pp. 378-392. 10.1179/007516311X13134938224484

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2012. Translating cultures: Italian identity in triple languages in Wales and Canada. Presented at: SIS Interim Conference: Transnational Italy: National Identity and the World Atlas, University of Reading, UK, 13-14 July 2012.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2012. The delayed emergence of Italian Welsh narratives, or class and the commodification of ethnicity? Crossings: Journal of Migration and Culture 3 (11) , pp. 119-134. 10.1386/cjmc.3.1.119_1

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2012. Antonio Tabucchi: Political and analytical heteronymy. Presented at: Heteronymy and Heteronymity: Authorship, Selfhood and Literary Practice, University of Durham, UK, 1 December 2012.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2013. Tabucchi's Portugal: Siting the possible. Presented at: Rua da Saudade: Antonio Tabucchi between Italy and Portugal, University College Cork, Republic of Ireland, 22 March 2013.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2014. Transnational crimes, transnational texts: Tabucchi in translation. Presented at: AAIS 2014 Annual Conference, Zurich, Switzerland, 23-25 May 2014.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2015. Translating the self and remembering fascism in Lisbon: Tabucchi and Mercier. Presented at: AAIS annual conference, Boulder, CO, USA, 26-29 March 1015.

Wren-Owens, Elizabeth Anne 2015. Remembering fascism: Polyphony and its absence in contemporary Italian-Scottish and Italian-Welsh narrative. Journal of Romance Studies 15 (1) , pp. 73-90. 10.3828/jrs.15.1.73

Yang, P., Tang, Lijun and Wang, Xuan 2015. Diaosi as infrapolitics: scatological tropes, identity-making and cultural intimacy on China's Internet. Media, Culture & Society 37 (2) , pp. 197-214. 10.1177/0163443714557980

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