|College||Liberal Arts and Sciences|
|Head||Prof Alexandra Warwick|
Nath, M.J. 2020. The Treatment. London Quercus.
Cameron, D. and Shaw, S. 2020. Constructing women's "different voice": Gendered mediation in the 2015 UK General Election. Journal of Language and Politics . Advanced online publication. doi:10.1075/jlp.19086.cam
Beck, J. and Bishop, R. 2020. Technocrats of the Imagination: Art, Technology, and the Military-Industrial Avant-Garde. Durham, North Carolina Duke University Press.
Shaw, S. 2020. Women, Language and Politics. Cambridge Cambridge University Press.
Abtahian, M. and Kasstan, J. 2020. Contact and sociolinguistic variation. in: Hickey, R. (ed.) The Handbook of Language Contact Wiley-Blackwell.
Wright, A. 2020. Parallax, a story in two parts. in: Tammer el Sheikh (ed.) Hybrid Bodies: An Anthology of Writings on Art, Identity and Intercorporeality Wilmington, USA Vernon Press.
Dominici, S. 2020. From the Proliferation of the Photographic to the Nullification of Truth: Personal and Commercial Narratives of Travel in Britain, 1890s-1930s. Image [&] Narrative.
Catterall, Pippa 2020. The Crown and Conservative Party Leadership: The Political Crisis of 1963 in Britain. in: Viceregalism: The Crown and its Representatives in Political Crises in the Post-War Commonwealth Basingstoke Palgrave Macmillan.
Glew, Helen 2020. ‘Maiden, whom we never see’ : cultural representations of the ‘lady telephonist’ in Britain, c.1880-1930, and institutional responses. Information & Culture: A Journal of History.
Ng, H. 2020. Drawing from Grotowski and Beyond: Kuo Pao Kun’s Discourse on Audiences in Singapore in the 1980s. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies.
Dingley, James and Catterall, Pippa 2020. Language, Religion and Ethno-National Identity: The Role of Knowledge, Culture and Communication. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 43 (2), pp. 410-429. doi:10.1080/01419870.2019.1587309
Seidel, K. and Leucht, B. 2020. Reinventing Europe: The History of the European Union, 1945-2015. London Bloomsbury.
Kelly, D. 2020. Fishes with Funny French Names: a History of the French Restaurant in London from the 19th to the 21st Century. Liverpool Liverpool University Press.
Kelly, D. 2020. London/Paris Culinary Geographies: the restaurant as transnational site. in: Forsdick, C. (ed.) Transnational French Studies Liverpool Liverpool University Press.
Karatsareas, P. 2020. The development, preservation and loss of differential case marking in inner Asia Minor Greek. Journal of Language Contact.
Kelly, D. 2020. Champs de bataille: expériences et imaginaires. in: Le récit de guerre comme source d'histoire Rennes, France Presses Universitaires de Rennes.
Alshaer, A. (ed.) 2020. Love and poetry in Middle Eastern literatures. Saqi Books.
Alshaer, A. 2020. Language and national identity in Palestine: representation of power and resistance in Gaza. London I.B. Tauris.
Yilmaz, B. Language attitudes and religion: Kurdish Alevis in the UK. Kurdish Studies.
Beck, J. and Cornford, M. 2019. The North West Art School Record Machine. Bury Art Museum
Wright, A. Object Stories.
Wright, A. 2019. Hybrid Bodies, Hybrid Minds. Concordia University Gallery, Montreal
Denroche, C. Applying generative, functional and cognitive grammar to naturally-occurring language and multimodal data. International Association of Cognitive Semiotics conference: Multimodalities (IACS-3). Ryerson, Toronto, Canada 13 - 15 Jul 2019
Wright, A. and Carnie, Andrew Hybrid Bodies laser talk. London Laser 23. Central St Martins, London 18 Oct 2017
Wright, A. British Journal of Psychiatry, cover image.
Wright, A. Heart of the Matter PHI exhibition. Montreal
Wright, A. Heart of the Matter - The Flesh of the World. Toronto
Wright, A. Not Gone Not Forgotten. Winchester
Wright, A. Cut. Winchester; Montreal
Wright, A. 2019. Still Live.
Ng, H.W. 2019. The Liminality of Decolonization, De-Cold War and Deimperialization: Boal’s Newspaper Theater and East Asian Popular Culture as Method in Drama Box’s Community Commedia Dell’Arte News Busters! Router: A Journal of Cultural Studies. (29), pp. 123-160. doi:10.6752/JCS.201906_(28).0002
Lamb, T., Hatoss, A. and O'Neill, S. 2019. Challenging Social Injustice in Superdiverse Contexts Through Activist Languages Education. in: Papa, R. (ed.) Handbook on Promoting Social Justice in Education Cham Springer. pp. 1-38
Shaw, S. 2019. Linguistic style in the Johnson Vs Corbyn televised debates of the 2019 General Election campaign. in: Jackson, Daniel, Thorsen, Einar, Lilleker, Darren and Weidhase, Nathalie (ed.) UK Election Analysis 2019: Media, Voters and the Campaign Poole, UK Centre for Comparative Politics and Media Research, Bournemouth University. pp. 113-114
Cartwright, D. 2019. The Oulipo and Modernism: Literature, Craft and Mathematical Form. PhD thesis University of Westminster School of Humanities
Morsiani, B. 2019. Performing cultural identities and transnational ‘imaginaries’: fashion and beauty practices as diasporic spaces among young London Congolese. PhD thesis University of Westminster School of Humanities
Karatsareas, P. 2019. Cypriot Greek as a heritage and community language in London: (Socio)Linguistic aspects of a non-standardised variety in a diasporic context . in: λέξεις: Τιμητικός Τόμος για την Χριστίνα Μπασέα-Μπεζαντάκου [words: Festschrift for Christina Bassea-Bezantakou] Athens Kardamitsa. pp. 143–167
Dominici, S. 2019. The Impact of the Camera on Wheels: The Moving Gaze in the Modern Subject. Trigger. 1 (1), pp. 50-54.
Dominici, S. 2019. Interview with Chloe Dewe Mathews. Source Magazine. (99), pp. 50-60.
Miell, A. and Schenke, H. 2019. Intermaediate German: a grammar and workbook (2nd edition). Routledge.
Copley, H. 2019. Newcastle Poetry Prize 2019.