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BRITISH CULTURES
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Current Issues (Vol. 26, 2019) 



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26/2 Literatures of Brexit

Edited by Anne-Julia Zwierlein, Joanna Rostek and Ina Habermann

Articles:

  • Anne-Julia Zwierlein and Joanna Rostek, 'Literatures of Brexit: An Introduction'
  • Kirsten Sandrock, 'Border Thinking, Brexit and Literature'
  • Christine Berberich, 'Our Country, the Brexit Island: Brexit, Literature, and Populist Discourse'
  • Joanna Kosmalska, 'The Response of Polish Writers to Brexit'
  • Merle Tönnies and Dennis Henneböhl, 'Negotiating Images of (Un-)Belonging and (Divided) Communities: Ali Smith’s ‘Seasonal Quartet’ as a Counter-Narrative to Brexit'
  • Felicitas Meifert-Menhard, 'Ian McEwan’s Brexit Politics in (a) Nutshell'
  • Christoph Reinfandt, 'Brexit and the Lost Cause of Progressive Patriotism: Some Thoughts on Billy Bragg'

Reviews:

  • Robert Eaglestone, ed. (2018), Brexit and Literature: Critical and Cultural Responses
  • Christa Jansohn, ed. (2018), Brexit Means Brexit? The Selected Proceedings of the Symposium, Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur, Mainz 6-8 December 2017
  • Monika Pietrzak-Franger (2017), Syphilis in Victorian Literature and Culture: Medicine, Knowledge and the Spectacle of Victorian Invisibility
  • Eike Kronshage (2018), Vision and Character: Physiognomics and the English Realist Novel
  • Sarah Herbe and Gabriele Linke, eds. (2017), British Autobiography in the 20th and 21st Centuries


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26/1 Brexit and the Divided United Kingdom

Edited by Joanna Rostek and Anne-Julia Zwierlein

Articles:

  • Joanna Rostek and Anne-Julia Zwierlein, 'Introduction: Brexit and the Divided United Kingdom as Areas of Research in British Cultural Studies'
  • Marius Guderjan and Jessica Fischer, 'Understanding Brexit: Agency in a Divided Britain'
  • Gerold Sedlmayr, 'Communication Breakdown: The Brexit Referendum,British Austerity Policies and Their Negotiation in Culture'
  • Marlene Herrschaft-Iden and Philip Jacobi, 'Laughing Out Loud Allowed? Pro-Brexit Voices in British Comedy'
  • Stephan Karschay, 'Great Britain or Little England? Brexit and the London Olympics Opening Ceremony'
  • Barbara Korte and Christian Mair, 'New-Old Rifts: Brexit and Resurfacing Racism in the United Kingdom'
  • Jana Gohrisch and Rainer Schulze, Representing the World in Language: Cultural Linguistic Perspectives on Brexit'

Reviews:

  • Patrick Diamond, Peter Nedergaard & Ben Rosamond, eds. (2018), The Routledge Handbook of the Politics of Brexit
  • Tim Oliver (2018), Understanding Brexit: A Concise Introduction
  • Rüdiger Görner (2018), Brexismus oder: Verortungsversuche im Dazwischen
  • Peter Stäuber (2018), Sackgasse Brexit: Reportagen aus einem gespaltenen Land
  • Gesa Stedman & Sandra van Lente, eds. (2017), It’s Not Just the Economy, Stupid! Brexit and the Cultural Sector 
  • Ina Habermann, ed. (2018), The Road to Brexit: A Students’ Podcast Project
  • Tim Marshall (2018), Divided: Why We’re Living in an Age of Walls

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