Items where Research Institute, Centre or Group is "Humanities Research Centre"
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BROWN, Erica (2014). The rise and fall of ‘the original Bright Young Thing’: Beverley Nichols, Crazy Pavements (1927) and popular authorship. The Review of English Studies. (In Press)
GENT, Susannah (2011). The Uncanny, the abject and the incongruity theory of humour. SHU. (Unpublished)
HOPKINS, L. (1997). 'Malta of Gold': Marlowe, The Jew of Malta, and the Siege of 1565. (Re)Soundings, 1 (2).
HOPKINS, L. (2008). Marriage in Shakespeare: a community affair. In: DAHIVA, B. S., (ed.) Postmodern essays on love, sex, and marriage in Shakespeare,. New Delhi, Viva Books, 1-17.
HOPKINS, L. (2010). Staging the Medici: the Medici Family in English renaissance drama, c.1590–c.1640. Sun Yat-Sen Journal of Humanities, 27, 63-74.
HOPKINS, Lisa (1996). Art and nature in Women Beware Women. Renaissance forum, 1 (2).
HOPKINS, Lisa (1998). Knowing their loves: knowledge, ignorance and blindness in ’Tis Pity She’s a Whore. Renaissance forum, 3 (1).
HOPKINS, Lisa (2010). “Papists and poets of like conscience for fictions”: religion and responsibility in the plays of Shakespeare. In: PRAKASH, A. and DAHIYA, S. P. S., (eds.) The critic Shakespeare: essays in appreciation. Haryana, India, The Shakespeare Association, 71-91.
HOPKINS, Lisa (2010). ‘Prospero’s Books’. Journal of drama studies, 4 (2), 5-18.
HOPKINS, Lisa (2000). 'Ripeness is all': the death of Elizabeth in drama. Renaissance forum, 4 (2).
MUSTAPHA, Samuel (2012). Gender equality in and through education in Nigeria: Gender representation in learning materials. Project Report. Unpublished. (Unpublished)
SAYERS, Dave (2014). The mediated innovation model: a framework for researching media influence in language change. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 18 (2), 185-212.
STEGGLE, Matthew (2001). Brome, Covent Garden, and 1641. Renaissance forum, 5 (2).
STEGGLE, Matthew (2010). Prospero and plagiarism : Early Modern Studies and the rise of Wikipedia. Digital Studies / Le champ numérique, 2 (1).