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Forthcoming and Selected Publications

Deborah Cartmell| is the Series Editor for The Bloomsbury Adaptation Histories, and is currently writing a monograph on film adaptations in the sound era and co-editing a collection on adaptation and pedagogy.  Among her recent publications are, A Guide to Literature, Film and Adaptation (Blackwell, 2012), Screen Adaptations: Jane Austen’s ‘Pride and Predjudice’ (Methuen, 2010), and with Imelda Whelehan, Screen Adaptation: Impure Cinema (Palgrave, 2010). She has recently published chapters in Adaptation and Cultural Appropriation, ed. Pascal Nicklas and Oliver Lindner (2012), Screening Text: Critical Perspectives on Film Adaptation, ed. (Methuen, 2010), and with Imelda Whelehan, (Palgrave, 2010). She has recently published chapters in, ed. Pascal Nicklas and Oliver Lindner (2012), , ed.  Shannon Wells-Lassagne and Ariane Hudelet (2013) and The Writer on Film, ed. Judith Buchanan (2013). She has an article forthcoming in The Dickensian.

Jane Dowson| has published The Cambridge Companion to Twentieth-Century British and Irish Women’s Poetry (ed. 2011), A History of Twentieth-century British Women’s Poetry, co-authored with Alice Entwistle (Cambridge University Press, 2006), ‘Poetry 1920-45’, in The History of Women’s Writing, vol. 8, ed. Joannou (Palgrave: 2012), ‘Time and Tide (1920-76) and The Bermondsey Book (1923-30): Interventions in the public sphere’, in The Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines, vol. 1: Britain and Ireland 1880-1945, ed. Brooker and Thacker (Oxford University Press, 2009, ‘Poetry and personality: the private papers and public image of Elizabeth Jennings’ in Reclamation and representation: the boundaries of the literary archive, ed. Stead and Smith (Ashgate, 2013). Forthcoming are ‘Poetry on Page and Stage’, in The History of Women’s Writing, vol. 10, ed. Eagleton and Parker (Palgrave: 2014), and a monograph on Carol Ann Duffy.

Gabriel Egan| had an article on ‘Precision, Consistency, and Completeness in Early Modern Playbook Manuscripts’ in The Library (2011), and one on ‘Editorial Treatment of Press Variants’ in the Papers of the BibliographicalSociety of America (2013). This summer, Studies inBibliography will publish his article on an accident during the printing of the first good edition of Hamletin 1604-05.

Tim Fulford|’s publications include Robert Bloomfield, The Banks of Wye|, ed. Tim Fulford (2012); Romantic Indians: Native Americans, British Literature and Transatlantic Culture 1756-1830 (Oxford, 2006); Literature, Science and Exploration: Bodies of Knowledge (Cambridge, 2004).

Takako Kato|’s forthcoming publications include The Malory Scribes: Producing a Manuscript of the ‘Morte Darthur’ (Boydell and Brewer). She is author of Caxton’s ‘Morte Darthur’: The Printing Process and the Authenticity of the Text, Medium Ævum Monographs, n.s. 22 (2002), and co-author of The |Production and Use of English |Manuscripts|1060 to 1220| (Leicester, 2010).

Siobhan Keenan|'s recent publications include: Acting Companies and Their Plays in Shakespeare's London (Arden Shakespeare, 2014), Travelling Players in Shakespeare’s England (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002) and Renaissance Literature, Edinburgh Critical Guides to Literature (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2008).

Sinéad Mooney’s publications include A Tongue Not Mine: Beckett and Translation. (Oxford University Press, 2011). Winner of the American Conference for Irish Studies Robert Rhodes Prize; Samuel Beckett (Northcote House, 2006); Edna O’Brien: New Critical Perspectives. Co-edited with Kathryn Laing and Maureen O’Connor (Carysfort, 2006); ‘Stranded objects’: Topographies of Loss in Mary Lavin’s Widow Stories.’ Mary Lavin, ed Elke D’hoker. (Irish Academic Press, 2013); ‘Beckett in French and English.’  Blackwell Companion to Samuel Beckett, ed SE Gontarski. (Wiley Blackwell, 2009), 196-208; ‘Ghost Writer: Beckett and Irish Gothic.” Beckett and Ireland, ed Seán Kennedy. (Cambridge University Press, 2009); ‘“Unstable compounds”: Bowen’s Beckettian Affinities.’  Modern Fiction Studies 53.2 (Summer 2007); “Elizabeth Bowen and the Modern Ghost.” Elizabeth Bowen, ed Eibhear Walshe. Irish Writers and Their Time (Irish Academic Press, 2008); ‘“Others’ words”:  Traces of Translation in Beckett’s Trilogy.’ The Beckett Circle 30.1 (2007).

Andy Mousley|’s publications include: Literature and the Human (Routledge, 2013); Re-Humanising Shakespeare (Edinburgh University Press, 2007); Critical cal Humanisms (2003); ‘Autobiography, Authenticity, Human and Posthuman: Eva Hoffman’s Lost in Translation’, Biography, 35 (2012); ‘Early Modern Autobiography, History and Human Testimony’, Textual Practice, 23:2 (2009). A second, updated edition of Re-Humanising Shakespeare will appear in 2015. He is also series co-editor of Edinburgh Critical Guides to Literature.

Deborah Mutch| is the editor of British Socialist Fiction, 1884-1914|, 5 vols (Pickering and Chatto, Sep 2013) and The Modern Vampire and Human Identity (Palgrave, 2012).(Palgrave, 2012). She is currently working on SocialistLit.com pilot website and ‘Social Purpose Periodicals’, for the Companion to Victorian Periodicals, ed. Alexis Easley, John Moreton and Andrew King (Ashgate, 2015).

Joseph |Phelan| is editor (with John Woolford and Daniel Karlin) of the Longman Annotated English Poets Poems of Robert Browning, vol. IV of which appeared in 2012. He is the author of The Music of Verse: Metrical Experiment in Nineteenth-Century Poetry (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), and co-editor of The Journal of Browning Studies.

Hila Shachar| is the author of Cultural Afterlives and Screen Adaptations of Classic Literature: Wuthering Heights and Company (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), which was featured in The New York Times and The International Herald Tribune, as well as nominated for the 2012 Western Australian Premier’s Book Awards. She has published chapters in various book collections, including Gilbert and Gubar’s The Madwoman in the Attic After Thirty Years (University of Missourri Press, 2009), Theorizing Twilight: Essays on What’s at Stake in a Post-Vampire World (McFarland, 2011) and Neo-Victorian Families: Gender, Sexual and Cultural Politics (Rodopi, 2011). Her latest publication is the chapter, “Authorial Histories: The Historical Film and the Literary Biopic”, published in A Companion to the Historical Film, (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013). She is also a regular writer for The Australian Ballet and is currently working on a monograph on literary biopics and a chapter in the forthcoming book collection Biopics and British National Identity, to be published by State University of New York Press.

Alice Wood|'s forthcoming publications include an article on Virginia Woolf and the Women's Co-operative Guild in Literature & History (Autumn, 2014) and a chapter on 'Modernism and the Middlebrow in British Women's Magazines, 1916-30' for a volume on British Middlebrow Writing, 1880-1930, ed. Christoph Ehland (Rodopi/Brill). She is the author of Virginia Woolf's Late Cultural Criticism: The Genesis of 'The Years', 'Three Guineas' and 'Between the Acts' (Bloomsbury, 2013).

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