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welcome to the archive of lost literatures papers

Ah, you’ve arrived. So good to see you. We don’t get nearly enough visitors.. We’ll start here. Over here in the corner. Yes, here. It’s a bit dark, but never mind. 1,528 more words

Pat Thomson

#becomingeducational W16: Analyse that – now this

These sessions are designed to get you wrestling with DATA: audio, written and visual data – so that you can make sense of whatever you are doing now for your first year projects – and so that you hit the ground running when you think about your final dissertations… and you start thinking about them NEXT YEAR! 939 more words

Book Review: The New Hunger (2015)

What would you do if you woke up dead?

Don’t laugh. It might sound ridiculous, but I’m asking sincerely. If you woke up and you found that your skin was gray and your voice didn’t work and your brain was too fogged to think because your blood was sludge in your veins, what would you do? 868 more words


Writing an abstract for proposed research...

An abstract is used to present either proposed research or completed research to be published. Information on the latter is readily taught and readily available. However, in sessions recently I have noticed that abstract guidance for literature reviews or proposals is quite scarce. 297 more words

Writing / Ysgrifennu

Starting somewhere

So I thought it might be good to try and keep a little blog running during the coming months. I’m staring into the depths of a dissertation and it looks deep and foreboding so I’m hesitant to take the plunge. 155 more words

Aliya Whiteley's 'The Beauty'

Somewhere away from the cities and towns, a group of men and boys gather around the fire each night to listen to their stories in the Valley of the Rocks. 588 more words

Literature Review

Complexions and Callings: Understanding Chesnutt’s “The Wife of His Youth” Biographically

“One almost feels Chesnutt tearing at his own flesh and heart,” observes historian Earl Schenck Miers, “as he deals with these complexities of the race problem” (Chesnutt xii). 2,020 more words

Critical Theory