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Article

Hansen, Claire, and Stevens, Michael (2021) Be still, my beating heart: reading pulselessness from Shakespeare to the artificial heart. Medical Humanities, 47 (3). pp. 344-353.

Semler, Liam E., Hansen, Claire, and Abbott Bennett, Kristen (2021) Shakespeare redrawn: reflections on Shakespeare Reloaded's COVID-19 lockdown activity. mETAphor, 1 (2). pp. 15-21.

Lansdown, Richard (2021) Suicide, melancholia, and manic defense in Byron's Manfred. Nineteenth-Century Literature, 76 (1). pp. 1-32.

Taylor, Cheryl (2020) Author, Scribe, and Book in Late Medieval English Literature by Rory G. Critten (review). Parergon, 37 (1). pp. 236-237.

Lansdown, Richard (2020) Island fictions, intellectual fictions: dramas of Pacific isolation in Stevenson, Wells, and Conrad. Literary Imagination, 22 (2). pp. 185-195.

Lansdown, Richard (2020) The riddles of Mazeppa; or, more questions than answers: watermarks and cohabitations, April 1817-September 1818. Romanticism, 26 (3). pp. 267-279.

Hansen, Claire (2019) Reviving Lavinia: aquatic imagery and ecocritical complexity in Titus Andronicus. Critical Survey, 31 (3). pp. 53-69.

Hansen, Claire (2019) “Tongues in trees”: reimagining the regions through pastoral place-based pedagogy. Text (Special Issue 54).

Menadue, Christopher Benjamin, and Cheer, Karen Diane (2017) Human culture and science fiction: a review of the literature, 1980-2016. SAGE Open, 7 (3). pp. 1-15.

Lansdown, Richard (2016) "Think I shall like these tropics": D. H. Lawrence and Edward, Prince of Wales in Sri Lanka in 1922. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 15 (1). pp. 50-56.

Hansen, Claire (2016) “Not stones but men”: publics and pedagogy in Shakespeare’s Roman plays. Cogent Arts & Humanities, 3 (1). 1235854.

Book Chapter

Hansen, Claire (2021) "Teach my mind": approaches and resources for the Coriolanus classroom. In: Semler, Liam E., (ed.) Coriolanus: A Critical Reader. Arden Shakespeare . Bloomsbury, London, UK, pp. 191-216.

Dillon, Denise, and Koh, Ghee Kian (2020) A journal of the COVID year: what can we learn from previous pandemics? In: Khader, Majeed, Dillon, Denise, Chen, Xingyu Ken, Neo, Loo Seng, and Chin, Jeffrey, (eds.) How to Prepare for the Next Pandemic: behavioural sciences insights for practitioners and policymakers. World Scientific, Singapore, pp. 3-21.

Lansdown, Richard (2018) A marginal interest? Byron and the visual arts. In: Lennartz, Norbert, (ed.) Byron and Marginality. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 271-290.

Ackland, Michael (2016) "What are men to rocks and mountains?": self-interest, civility and the unnameable in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. In: Colomba, Caterina, (ed.) Pride and Prejudice: a bicentennial bricolage. Università degli Studi di Udine, Udine, Italy, pp. 159-174.

Conference Item

Lansdown, Richard (2021) Appetite and Deeds, War and the Will: Faustian Transgression in Byron’s The Deformed Transformed. In: Boundaries, Limits, Taboos: Transgression in Romanticism. pp. 9-23. From: Joint 45th Conference of the International Association of Byron Societtes and the German Society for English Romanticism, 4-8 September 2019, Vechta, Germany.

Book

Hansen, Claire (2017) Shakespeare and Complexity Theory. Routledge Studies in Shakespeare . Routledge, New York, NY, USA.

Lansdown, Richard (2016) A New Scene of Thought: studies in Romantic realism. Costerus New Series, 213 . Brill-Rodopi, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Thesis

Schierhuber, Stephanie Rhea Dawn (2021) Sleep, watch, and extended cognition in Spenserian epic and Shakespearean drama / Slaap, wake en gesitueerde cognitie in de epiek van Spenser en het toneelwerk van Shakespeare. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Taylor, Cheryl Madeline (1998) Rolle, Hilton and the author of The Cloud of Unknowing: the divine as freedom in middle English contemplative writings. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Creative Work

Lansdown, Richard (2019) Twenty-first century Oxford authors: John Ruskin. Twenty-First Century Authors, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

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