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Current Issue (Vol. 23, 2/2016) 

New Perspectives

(guest editor: Oliver Lindner)

 

Contents:

  • Oliver Lindner, 'Introduction'
  • Wieland Schwanebeck, 'The Womb as a Battlefield. Debating Medical Authority in the Renaissance Midwife Manual'
  • Cornelia Wächter, 'Imagining the Prison Officer. The Quare Fellow'
  • Christoph Singer, 'The Temporalities of Waiting in Paul Graham’s Photo Series Beyond Caring'
  • Jonatan Jalle Steller, 'Reading Conflicted Heroism. The Doctor as Maker in Steven Moffat’s Doctor Who'
  • Nicole Falkenhayner, 'CCTV Beyond Surveillance. The Cultural Relevance of the Surveillance Camera and Its Images in Contemporary Britain'
  • Ariane de Waal, 'Performing the ‘Ultimate Private Act’ in Public. The Biopolitics of Breastfeeding in London'

Books Reviewed:

  • Merle Tönnies (2014), (En-)Gendering a Popular Theatrical Genre. The Roles of Women in Nineteenth-Century British Melodrama
  • Neil Rennie (2013), Treasure Neverland. Real and Imaginary Pirates
  • Ursula Kluwick & Virginia Richter, eds. (2015), The Beach in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures: Reading Littorial Space
  • Christine Berberich, ed. (2015), The Bloomsbury Introduction to Popular Fiction
  • Toija Cinque, Christopher Moore & Sean Redman, eds. (2015), Enchanting David Bowie: Space/Time/Body/Memory

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