Books by Publisher: Manchester University Press Melland Schill Studies

    Neoliberal Gothic

    Hardback £69.96

    A comprehensive study of how different Gothic forms have adapted, engaged with and represented the neoliberal agenda across the globe. -- .

    Politics of Attack

    By Michael Loadenthal

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    This book asks the reader to consider the theories of bomb-throwing, window-smashing, graffiti-scrawling arsonists, and through an examination of movement communiques, embrace the critique offered by the clandestine, urban guerrillas fighting for total liberation against the omnipresent forces of violence and coercion. -- .

    Cultivating Political and Public Identity

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    This bold and original study looks at the performance of identity in the public sphere, using the concept of 'plumage' to capture the countless elements that go together to make up a shared identity. -- .

    Productive Failure

    By Alpesh Kantilal Patel

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    This monograph provides novel methods for writing transnational South Asian art history outside of genealogy. -- .

    Austerity Baby

    By Janet Wolff

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    Austerity Baby might best be described as an 'oblique memoir'. Janet Wolff's fascinating volume is a family history - but one that is digressive and consistently surprising. The central underlying and repeated themes of the book are exile and displacement; lives and deaths during the Third Reich; mother-daughter and sibling...

    Dublin: Renaissance City of Literature

    Hardback £74.46

    Dublin: Renaissance city of literature interrogates the notion of a literary 'renaissance' in Dublin. Through detailed case studies of print and literature in Renaissance Dublin, the volume covers innovative new ground, including quantitative analysis of print production in Ireland, unique insight into the city's literary communities and considerations of literary...

    Art and its Global Histories

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    A varied selection of content, including excerpts, new translations, interviews with curators and artists, and art criticism. The Reader is contextualised under key themes and ideas that underpin the notion of a global art history that spans from the 1400s to present day. -- .

    Colonial Exchanges

    Paperback £22.45

    When European powers colonised the globe, they spread not only political power but also ideas. Yet those within colonised societies did not receive those ideas passively. They instead sought to transform or repurpose them, often in surprising or ambiguous ways. This volume illustrates a variety of examples worthy of further...

    Male Voices on Women's Rights

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    Male voices on women's rights is a timely complement to the studies undertaken in recent years on men's roles in the history of feminism.This unique collection of seminal, little-known or forgotten writings, spanning from 1809 to 1913, will help the revision of many common assumptions and misconceptions regarding male attitudes...

    Europe on the Move

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    Europe on the move is the first book to address the dramatic and poignant refugee crisis that erupted during the First World War and that enveloped the entire continent. Written by specialists in the field it will appeal to all those who are interested in the era of the First...

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