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  • Literary Praxis and Pedagogic Philosophy in British Educative Fiction after Rousseau 

    Melvill, Oliver (2020-07-18)
    Finding its origin in the educational philosophy forwarded by Jean-Jacques Rousseau in the 1760s, this thesis examines how the experimental system of education proposed in Emile or On Education (1762) was received and ...
  • The Hidden History of Women Editing Shakespeare, 1800-1950 

    Yarn, Molly Greer (2019-07-20)
    When the call for gender diversity in the Shakespearean editorial field first gained strength in the 1980s and 1990s, it initiated a major and necessary course correction for a profession that had been dominated by men for ...
  • Using Animals: the use of non-human animals from the material to the metaphorical, 1100-1380 

    Glen , Abigail Lucy (2019-07-19)
    This thesis applies Animal Studies theory to a selection of texts from medieval literature and visual culture. In particular, it is concerned with the ways that the ‘fact of interaction’ impacts on an evaluation of non–human ...
  • Shakespearean fama 

    Geddes, Sean Lloyd Clinton (2019-05-01)
    The large context of this study is the literature and culture of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century England, especially as focused through the question of how the classical but also medieval past was received, grappled ...

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