Contributions by A. D. P. Briggs, Dr Roger Cockrell, Malcolm V. Jones, W. J. Leatherbarrow, R. A. Peace, David Richards Edited by David Richards, Dr Roger Cockrell
The Voice of a Giant looks at seven masterpieces of Russian nineteenth-century prose fiction. Each chapter concentrates primarily on a detailed analysis of one of these works but reference is also made to historical background, the seven author’s general attitudes and the distinguishing characteristics of Russian literature.
Contributions by Dr P. Bramel, Dr Kellye Eversole, Jane Rogers, Prof Beat Keller, Rudi Appels, Catherine Feuillet, Dr Alison R. Bentley, Ian Mackay, Dr Jacques Le Gouis, Dr Malcolm J. Hawkesford, Prof. Martin A. J. Parry, João Paulo Pennacchi, Luis Robledo-Arratia, Elizabete Carmo-Silva, Xinguo Mao, Delong Yang, Dr Rulian Jing, Dr D. Z. Skinner, Prof. A. S. Ross, Dr Ian Batey, Victoria Ndolo, Dr Trust Beta, Albrecht Serfling, Doris Kopahnke, Antje Habekuss, Fluturë Novakazi, Prof Frank Ordon, Prof. Z. A. Pretorius, M. Ayliffe, R. L. Bowden, L. A. Boyd, R. M. DePauw, Y. Jin, R. E. Knox, R. A. McIntosh, R. F. Park, R. Prins, E. S. Lagudah, Prof. Hermann Buerstmayr, Volker Mohler, Mohan Kohli, Prof. James Anderson, Dr Indu Sharma, Pramod Prasad, Subhash C. Bhardwaj, Prof Stephen Wegulo, Dr Marion O. Harris, J. Jacob, Dr P. R. Brown, Guiping Yan, Kirk Anderson, M El-Bouhssini, Frank Peairs, Gary Hein, Steven Xu, Prof. Sanford D. Eigenbrode, Sarina Macfadyen, Dr Abie Horrocks, Melanie Davidson, Paul Horne, Jessica Page, Dr Neil Harker, John O'Donovan, Breanne Tidemann Edited by Prof. Peter Langridge
Contributions by Dr Jonathan Barry, B. I. Coleman, Professor Christopher Holdsworth, Professor Nicholas Orme, J. A. Thurmer, M. Winter Edited by Professor Nicholas Orme
A collaborative history of the Church in a large, diverse and interesting region of England by six historians, ranging from Celtic and Saxon times, through the middle ages, Reformation, rise of Nonconformity and the Victorian era, down to the present day and encompassing all the main Christian denominations.
Contributions by Richard Abel, Charles R. Acland, Professor Robert C. Allen, Charles Ambler, Daniel Biltereyst, Richard Butsch, Thomas Doherty, Jane M. Gaines, Mark Glancy, Ahmet Gürata, Mark Jancovich, Barbara Kilinger, Jeffery Klenotic, Annette Kuhn, Terry Lindvall, Richard Maltby, Christopher J. McKenna, Anne Morey, Dr John Sedgwick, Dr Melvyn Stokes, Judith Thissen, Gregory A. Waller, Haidee Wasson Edited by Richard Maltby, Dr Melvyn Stokes, Professor Robert C. Allen
This book analyses the diverse historical and geographical circumstances in which audiences have viewed American cinema. It looks at cinema audiences ranging from Manhattan nickelodeons to the modern suburban megaplex, and from provincial, small-town or rural America to the shanty towns of South Africa.
By (author) Dr David Ingram
This book combines film studies with environmental history and politics, aiming to establish a cultural criticism informed by 'green' thought. David Ingram argues that Hollywood cinema has largely perpetuated romantic attitudes to nature and has played an important ideological role in the 'greenwashing' of ecological discourses.
By (author) Dr. Michael Hammond
The Big Show looks at the role played by cinema in British cultural life during World War One. Hammond shows how the British film industry and British audiences responded to the traumatic effects of the War, and contends that the War’s significant effect was to expedite the cultural acceptance of cinema into the fabric of British social life.
By (author) Dr. Robert Leach
Theatre Workshop: Joan Littlewood and the Making of Modern British Theatre is the first in-depth study of perhaps Britain’s most influential twentieth-century theatre company. The book sets the company’s aims and achievements in their social, political and theatrical contexts, and explores the elements which made its success so important.
By (author) Dr. Bill McDonnell
The first book to document grass roots popular theatres which developed from within the working class Republican and Loyalist communities of Belfast and Derry during the latest phase of the four hundred year conflict between Ireland and Britain.
By (author) Laurent Mannoni Edited by Dr Richard Crangle Translated by Dr Richard Crangle
Widely regarded by historians of the early moving picture as the best work yet published on pre-cinema, The Great Art of Light and Shadow: Archaeology of the Cinema throws light on a fascinating range of optical media from the twelfth century to the turn of the twentieth.View details
By (author) Dr. Jon Burrows
This is the first new book-length study of British cinema of the 1910s to be published for over fifty years, and it focuses on the close relationship between the British film industry and the Edwardian theatre.
By (author) Dr. Tom Maguire
This book examines the relationships between theatre and the turbulent political and social context of Northern Ireland since 1969. It explores key theatrical performances which deal directly with this context. The book is aimed at a student readership: it is largely play-text-based, and it contains useful contextualising material.
By (author) John McGrath Introduction by Dr. Nadine Holdsworth
This is an edition of nine of McGrath's plays for the English 7:84 theatre company. It covers McGrath's work for the company spanning four decades, from the 1960s through to the 1990s. The book has a substantial contextualising introduction and commentary on the plays by Nadine Holdsworth, one of the leading specialists in the work of John McGrath.
By (author) Dr. Joe Kember
In this study of early film exhibition, Joe Kember demonstrates that prior to the emergence of a specific discipline of screen acting and the arrival of picture personalities, the early cinema inherited its human dimensions from diverse earlier traditions of performance, from the magic lantern lecture to the fairground and variety theatre.
By (author) Richard J. Hand, Michael Wilson
A companion to UEP’s Grand-Guignol: The French Theatre of Horror (now in its third reprint). London’s Grand Guignol was established in the early 1920s at the Little Theatre in the West End. It was a high-profile venture that enjoyed popular success as much as critical controversy.
Contributions by Dr Jeff Dahlberg, Dr D. T. Rosenow, Dr Elizabeth A. Cooper, Prof. Stephen Kresovich, Prof. Hari Upadhyaya, Dr Mani Vetriventhan, Dr Cleve Franks, Dr Joseph E. Knoll, Dr Tesfaye Tesso, Dr Dereje D. Gobena, Dr Dechassa O. Duressa, Dr Kraig Roozeboom, Dr Krishna Jagadish, Dr R. Perumal, Dr Desalegn D. Serba, Dr Dilooshi Weerasooriya, Dr Clint W. Magill, Dr Gary C. Peterson, Dr Louis K. Prom, Dr Elfadil M. Bashir, Dr Chris Little, Dr John Burke, Willmar L. Leiser, H. Frederick Weltzien-Rattunde, Dr Eva Weltzien, Prof. Bettina I.G. Haussmann, Dr Roger L. Monk, M. Djanaguiraman, Prof. P. V. V. Prasad, I. A. Ciampitti, Prof. David Mengel, J. Bell, Dr Robert C. Schwartz, Dr Kevin McInnes, Dr Q. Xue, Dr Dana Porter, Prof. Bonnie Pendleton, Dr A. Y. Bandara, Dr T. C. Todd, Dr Muthu Bagavathiannan, Dr W. Everman, Dr P. Govindasamy, Prof. Anita Dille, Dr M. Jugulam, Dr J. Norsworthy, Dr Bruno Tran, Dr R. Hodges Edited by Prof. William Rooney
By (author) Mr Graham Thomas, Dr Nicholas Williams
In 2000, a sixteenth-century manuscript containing a copy of a previously unknown play in Middle Cornish was discovered among papers bequeathed to the National Library of Wales. This eagerly awaited edition of the play offers a text with a facing-page translation, and a reproduction of the original text at the foot of the page.View details
By (author) Richard J. Hand, Michael Wilson
Since The Théâtre du Grand-Guignol closed its doors forty years ago, the genre has been overlooked by critics and theatre historians. This book reconsiders the importance and influence of the Grand-Guignol within its social, cultural and historical contexts, and is the first attempt at a major evaluation of the genre as performance.
Contributions by Prof Richard B. Ferguson, Dr R. Gebbers, Dr Chenghai Yang, Dr Chunhua Zhang, Dr John M. Kovacs, Dr Dan Walters, Dr Spyros Fountas, Dr Evangelos Anastasiou, Dr Zisis Tsiropoulos, Dr Aristotelis Tagarakis, Dr Athanasios Balafoutis, Dr Nicolas Tremblay, Dr Kenneth A. Sudduth, Dr Aaron J. Franzen, Dr Heping Zhu, Dr Scott T. Drummond, Dr Paul Miller, Dr Qin Zhang, Dr Joseph Dvorak, Dr Timo Oksanen, Dr Diogenes Antille, Dr Tim Chamen, Dr Jeff N. Tullberg, Dr Bindi Isbister, T. A. Jensen, Dr Craig P. Baillie, Dr John K. Schueller, Prof. Pedro Andrade-Sanchez, Dr Shrinivasa K. Upadhyaya, Prof. John Fulton, Dr Dan S. Long, Dr Amir Haghverdi, Dr Brian G. Leib, Dr E. C. Oerke, Prof. Roland Gerhards, Dr Mark Trotter, Prof Jess Lowenberg-DeBoer, Dr Guangnan Chen Edited by Dr John Stafford
Contributions by Dr Brian K. Slater, Dr Skye Wills, Dr Stephen Roecker, Dr Candiss Williams, Dr Brian Murphy, Dr A. Fortuna, Dr A. Bhowmik, Dr A. Bary, Dr C. Cogger, Dr Santanu Bakshi, Dr Chumki Banik, Dr Zhenli He, Dr Eleanor E. Campbell, Dr John L. Field, Professor Keith Paustian, Prof. Jeffrey Strock, Dr Jeffrey Peter Mitchell, Dr Howard Ferris, Dr Anil Shrestha, Dr Francis J. Larney, Dr Garrison Sposito, Dr Gilbert G. Sigua, Dr Robert L. Myers, Prof. Bijay Singh, Prof. Robert J. Kremer, Dr Humburto Blanco-Canqui, Dr David Güereña, Dr A. O. Ogunkunle, Prof V. O. Chude, Prof. Minggang Xu, Dr Wenju Zhang, Dr Zejiang Cai, Dr Shaoming Huang, Dr Ping Zhu, Dr Ieda C. Mendes, Dr Cássio A. Tormena, Dr Maurício R. Cherubin, Dr Douglas L. Karlen, Dr Pandi Zdruli, Dr Claudio Zucca Edited by Dr Don Reicosky
By (author) François Mauriac Edited by Dr Paul Cooke
Les Mains Jointes (1909) was the collection of poetry that launched the long career of Nobel Prize-winning author François Mauriac (1885-1970). This critical edition provides the first ever overview of the volume’s complex textual history (spanning four decades).