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The Literary and Activist Works of Luis J. Rodríguez (2020)
Book Chapter
Metcalf, J. (2020). The Literary and Activist Works of Luis J. Rodríguez. In L. G. Mendoza (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latina and Latino Literature. New York: Oxford University Press

Luis J. Rodríguez is a Chicano memoirist, novelist, poet, children’s author, and activist. Born in 1954 in Mexico, his family migrated to the United States when he was young. As a youth, he spent many years immersed in the street gangs of Los Angeles... Read More about The Literary and Activist Works of Luis J. Rodríguez.

Does the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) sufficiently prioritise enablement of access to therapeutic opioids? A systematic critical analysis of six INCB annual reports, 1968-2018 (2020)
Journal Article
Clark, J. D., Johnson, M., Fabowale, B., Farrelly, M., & Currow, D. (in press). Does the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) sufficiently prioritise enablement of access to therapeutic opioids? A systematic critical analysis of six INCB annual reports, 1968-2018. Journal of Global Health Reports, 4,

Background The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) has overseen international drug control since 1968 with the dual remit of restricting illicit production and use of controlled substances, whilst enabling access for clinical purposes. Two... Read More about Does the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) sufficiently prioritise enablement of access to therapeutic opioids? A systematic critical analysis of six INCB annual reports, 1968-2018.

“ ‘O Prison Darkness … Lions in the Cage’; The ‘Exceptional’ Prison Narratives of Guantanamo Bay” (2020)
Book Chapter
Metcalf, J. (2020). “ ‘O Prison Darkness … Lions in the Cage’; The ‘Exceptional’ Prison Narratives of Guantanamo Bay”. In The Palgrave Handbook of Incarceration in Popular Media. , (67-87). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-36059-7

Prison memoirs often consider the author’s life of crime prior to incarceration and reflect on the behaviors (e.g., greed) or structural violence (e.g., poverty, racism) that led them to the prison. But what happens then, when as in the case of Guant... Read More about “ ‘O Prison Darkness … Lions in the Cage’; The ‘Exceptional’ Prison Narratives of Guantanamo Bay”.

Documenting an ‘Age-Long Struggle’: Paul Strand's Time in the American Southwest (2020)
Journal Article
Haran, B. (2020). Documenting an ‘Age-Long Struggle’: Paul Strand's Time in the American Southwest. Art History, 43(1), 120-153. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8365.12472

This article examines the photographs that Paul Strand made in the American Southwest between 1930-32, marking his crystallization as a photographer of interconnected people, objects, and places. Using Group Theatre director Harold Clurman’s appellat... Read More about Documenting an ‘Age-Long Struggle’: Paul Strand's Time in the American Southwest.

‘Don’t be a Zombie’: Deep Ecology and Zombie Misanthropy (2019)
Journal Article
Corstorphine, K. (2019). ‘Don’t be a Zombie’: Deep Ecology and Zombie Misanthropy. Gothic nature journal, 54-77

This article examines the waysin which the Gothic imagination has been used to convey the message of environmentalism, looking specifically at attempts to curb population growth, such as the video ‘Zombie Overpopulation’, produced by Population Matte... Read More about ‘Don’t be a Zombie’: Deep Ecology and Zombie Misanthropy.

Eugenia and Adelaide, a novel (2019)
Book
Fitzer, A. (2019). Eugenia and Adelaide, a novel. Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

This is the first modern edition of Eugenia and Adelaide, a novel written by Frances Sheridan, née Chamberlaine, to be published since the original, posthumous publication of 1791. Sheridan completed the novel when she fifteen years old, and it... Read More about Eugenia and Adelaide, a novel.