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Critical policy discourse analysis (2019)
Book
N. Montesano Montessori, M. Farrelly, & J. Mulderrig (Eds.), (in press). Critical policy discourse analysis

This book provides a series of contemporary and international policy case studies analysed through discursive methodological approaches in the traditions of critical discourse analysis, social semiotics and discourse theory. This is the first volume... Read More

Revisiting the crimes of the past: The image of the perpetrator in recent German Holocaust film (2019)
Journal Article
Ward, E. M. (2019). Revisiting the crimes of the past: The image of the perpetrator in recent German Holocaust film. Holocaust Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/17504902.2019.1637503

More than seven decades after the liberation of concentration camps across Europe, we are witnessing the jostle between communicative and cultural memory to determine how the Holocaust is inscribed in a post-victim and post-perpetrator world. This a... Read More

A Reader-Response Study of the Relationship between the Wayuu Peoples and Gabriel García Márquez's Literature: The Influence of Ethno-education on Language Use and Narratives of Identity in an Indigenous Bilingual Context (2019)
Journal Article
McAleer, P. (2019). A Reader-Response Study of the Relationship between the Wayuu Peoples and Gabriel García Márquez's Literature: The Influence of Ethno-education on Language Use and Narratives of Identity in an Indigenous Bilingual Context. The Modern language review, 114(1), 79-102. https://doi.org/10.5699/modelangrevi.114.1.0079

Gabriel García Márquez's literature shares a number of aspects with the cultural and literary traditions of the indigenous Wayuu of Colombia: e.g. symbols of death, the afterlife, dreams, and divination. This article examines the results of a reader-... Read More

Scandal as medium of the celebritization process: Exploring the ‘Mina as Mother’ image in the context of post-war Italian culture (2018)
Journal Article
Haworth, R. (2018). Scandal as medium of the celebritization process: Exploring the ‘Mina as Mother’ image in the context of post-war Italian culture. Mediascapes, 11, 29-41

Mina is one of Italy’s most popular and best-loved pop singers. She rose to fame in the late 1950s and was particularly dominant from the mid-1960s to the mid-1970s. Yet she remains popular even today, despite retiring from television appearances and... Read More

'Am I not an author?' Social class and the contemporary French novel (2018)
Journal Article
Chadderton, H. (2019). 'Am I not an author?' Social class and the contemporary French novel. Modern & contemporary France / ASM & CF, 27(3), 281-294. https://doi.org/10.1080/09639489.2018.1518319

While the term ‘working-class’ has fallen out of usage as the concept of class has lost its visibility and its power as a métarécit, this does not mean the issues that this term evokes have gone away. The hardship that comes of particular working liv... Read More