Animesh Chatterjee discusses the place of electricity in 19th c.Bengali satire.
Joanna Kemplay Adhikari on student experiences of domestic abuse.
Lauren Padgett on 19th-century wife-selling in literature, illustrations and practice.
Claire Skea on passionate utterance in ‘Adam’s Rib’.
Ann Marie Hayes on what critical reflection is, and whether it makes a difference.
Did everyone ‘pull together’ during the Second World War? Or are we guilty of believing the propaganda that was fed to the masses by the government?
Sean Hudson studies if there is a best way to carry a load.
Jack Gann on the museum that never was.
Hannah-Freya Blake on the decline of Gothic fiction publications in the mid-nineteenth century.
Claire Skea analyses student satisfaction in Higher Education from a philosophical perspective.
Animesh Chatterjee on the place of Indian servants in discourses for marketing electricity in urban colonial India.
Haythem Bastawy on the 18th and 19th-century translations of ‘A Thousand and One Nights’.