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2019

Baron, Adam (2019) You won't believe this. Glasgow, UK : HarperCollins. 400p. ISBN 9780008267049

Baverstock, Alison and Steinitz, Jackie (2019) What President Trump has shown us about choosing a subject for political biography. Logos, 30(2), pp. 7-11. ISSN (print) 0957-9656

Baverstock, Alison and Steinitz, Jackie (2019) What makes a writer? How do early influences shape, and working habits develop, those who write? Publishing Research Quarterly, 35(3), pp. 327-351. ISSN (print) 1053-8801

Baverstock, Alison, Steinitz, Jackie, Morris, Julie and Fenwick, Catherine (2019) What were the processes and outcomes of involving secondary school pupils transitioning from primary to secondary school in pre-arrival shared-reading? A case study. Education 3-13, 47(8), pp. 933-956. ISSN (print) 0300-4279

Baverstock, Alison (2019) Who takes legal responsibility for published work? Why both an understanding and lived experience of copyright are becoming increasingly important to writers. In: Jeffries, Janis and Kember, Sarah, (eds.) Whose book is it anyway? A view from elsewhere on publishing, copyright and creativity. [Cambridge, U.K.] : Open Book Publishers. pp. 105-128. ISBN 9781783746491

Botting, Fred (2019) Dark materialism : Gothic objects, commodities and things. In: Hogle, Jerrold E. and Miles, Robert, (eds.) The Gothic and theory. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 240-259. ISBN 9781474427777

Botting, Fred (2019) Flutter, fracture and froth : event, object and act of metaphor in M. John Harrison. In: Bould, Mark and Williams, Rhys, (eds.) M John Harrison : critical essays. Canterbury, U.K. : Gylphi. pp. 231-249. ISBN 9781780240770

Botting, Fred (2019) Infinite monstrosity : justice, terror and trauma in Frankenstein in Baghdad. Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, 30(1), ISSN (print) 0897-0521

Brown, Simon (2019) Stephen King’s Full Dark No Stars (2010) – Stephen King. In: Bacon, Simon, (ed.) Horror: a Companion. Oxford : Peter Lang. pp. 235-240. ISBN 9781787079199

Carston, Robyn, Clark, Billy and Scott, Kate (2019) Introduction. In: Scott, Kate , Clark, Billy and Carston, Robyn, (eds.) Relevance, Pragmatics and Interpretation. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press. pp. 1-10. ISBN 9781108418638

Clarke, Norma [Reviewer] (2019) Book Review of: 'The gothic novel in Ireland, c. 1760–1829' by Christina Morin. Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 32(2), pp. 368-370. ISSN (online) 1911-0243

Coultas, Valerie and Booth, Paul (2019) Exploratory talk and task-based learning : a case study of a student's learning journey on an MA (Education) English Language Teaching course. Changing English, 26(1), pp. 30-47. ISSN (print) 1358-684X

Dines, Martin (2019) 'Is it a queer book?' : re-reading the 1950s homosexual novel. In: Bentley, Nick , Ferrebe, Alice and Hubble, Nick, (eds.) The 1950s : a decade of modern British fiction. London, U.K. : Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 111-140. (The decades series) ISBN 9781350011519

Ely, Peter Matthew Kieran (2019) The politics of community in contemporary British fiction. (PhD thesis), Kingston University, .

Ferrari, Diego (2019) Photography : The paradoxical nature of the line : Minerals : The body as landscape. In: Bell, Julia, (ed.) Climate. London, U.K. : Birkbeck College. pp. 155-168. (The Mechanics Institute Review, (16)) (In Press)

Horner, Avril (2019) Gothic and surrealism : subculture, counterculture and cultural assimilation. In: Punter, David, (ed.) The Edinburgh companion to Gothic and the arts. Edinburgh, UK : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 148-158. ISBN 9781474432351

Jensen, Margaret and Campbell, Siobhan (2019) Negotiated truths and iterative practice in action : the Women in Conflict expressive life writing project. In: Douglas, Kate and Barnwell, Ashley, (eds.) Research Methodologies for Auto/Biography Studies. New York, NY : Routledge. pp. 149-160. (Routledge Auto/Biography Studies, 1) ISBN 9780367255688

Jensen, Margaret (2019) The art and science of trauma and the autobiographical : negotiated truths. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. 299p. (Palgrave Studies in Life Writing) ISBN 9783030061067

Lambrou, Marina (2019) Disnarration and the unmentioned in fact and fiction. London, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. 140p. ISBN 9781137507778

Lambrou, Marina (2019) 'La La Land' : counterfactuality, disnarration and the forked (motorway) path. In: Page, Ruth , Busse, Beatrix and Norgaard, Nina, (eds.) Rethinking language, text and context : interdisciplinary research in stylistics in honour of Michael Toolan. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. (Routledge Studies in Rhetoric and Stylistics) ISBN 9780815395768

Lane, Chloe, Van Herwegen, Jo and Freeth, Megan (2019) Parent-reported communication abilities of children with Sotos syndrome : evidence from the Children’s Communication Checklist-2. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 49(4), pp. 1475-1483. ISSN (print) 0162-3257

Maude, Kulwinder, Allen, Mick and Briten, Elizabeth (2019) Is teaching of early reading through Phonics (SSP) enough to develop reading comprehension in children with English as an Additional Language? In: 10th TEAN Conference : Celebrating the Inspiration of the Professional Teacher Educator; 09-10 May 2019, Brimingham, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Miles, Cressida (2019) Beyond black British writing: the magical realism of Bernardine Evaristo and Helen Oyeyemi. (MA(R) thesis), Kingston University, .

Miller, James (2019) James Baldwin's Black Power : 'No Name in the Street', Fanon, Camus, and the Black Panthers. In: Craven, Alice Mikal , Dow, William E. and Nakamura, Yoko, (eds.) Of Latitudes Unknown: James Baldwin's Radical Imagination. Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 177-193. ISBN 9781501337710

Obukadeta, Peter (2019) Collocations in a Learner English Corpus : analysis of Yoruba-speaking Nigerian English learners' use of collocations. (PhD thesis), Kingston University, .

Read, Daniel (2019) The problem of evil and the fiction and philosophy of Iris Murdoch. (PhD thesis), Kingston University, .

Scarsi, Selene (2019) "Did Ariosto write it?" : the Orlando Furioso in Elizabethan poetry. In: Marrapodi, Michele, (ed.) The Routledge research companion to Anglo-Italian renaissance literature and culture. Abingdon, UK : Routledge. pp. 160-176. ISBN 9781472410733

Scott, Kate (2019) Misleading and relevance in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. In: Chapman, Siobhan and Clark, Billy, (eds.) Pragmatics and Literature. Amsterdam, The Netherlands : John Benjamins. pp. 94-114. (Linguistic Approaches to Literature, (35)) ISSN (print) 1569-3112 ISBN 9789027204448 (In Press)

Scott, Kate (2019) Relevance theory and layering in dramatic works. In: Pragmatics and literature : a study day at the University of Sussex; 22 Feb 2019, Brighton, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Scott, Kate , Clark, Billy and Carston, Robyn, eds. (2019) Relevance, pragmatics and interpretation. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press. 326p. ISBN 9781108418638

Van Elferen, Isabella (2019) Gothic and contemporary music : dark sound, dark mood, dark aesthetics. In: Punter, David, (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Gothic and the Arts. Edinburgh, UK : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 229-242. ISBN 9781474432351

Veeder, Sarah Marshall (2019) At home abroad : an exploration into the genres of expatriate literature. (PhD thesis), Kingston University, .

Wortham, Simon (2019) Hope : the politics of optimism. London, U.K. : Bloomsbury Academic. 192p. ISBN 9781350105294

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