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Enlighten is the University of Glasgow's institutional repository service for published research material including peer-reviewed journal articles, published conference papers,books and book chapters

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  1. Seeing the Reformation: Religion and the Printed Image in Early Modern Europe

    Streete, Adrian
    This Flickr site documents the images used in the exhibition 'Seeing the Reformation: Religion and the Printed Image in Early Modern Europe', curated by Dr Adrian Streete, Archives and Special Collections, and assisted by Jarkko Tanninen (History of Art, Student Placement). The exhibition took place in the University of Glasgow Library, November-December 2017.

  2. Ekphrastic reimaginings of 'Landscape with the Fall of Icarus': Revisiting Butor through Auden and Williams

    Geary Keohane, Elizabeth
    This contribution considers three ekphrastic pieces on the painting traditionally attributed to Pieter Brueghel the Elder, 'Landscape with the Fall of Icarus'. The pieces are W. H. Auden’s 1938 poem ‘Musée des Beaux Arts’, William Carlos Williams’s poem, ‘Landscape with the Fall of Icarus’, first published in 1960, and Michel Butor’s section on the painting in his 1969 essay 'Les Mots dans la peinture', entitled ‘la chute d’Icare’. I favour the simplicity of James W. Heffernan’s definition of ekphrasis, that is, as a ‘verbal representation of visual representation’, since it offers scope for a more inclusive interpretation of the concept,...

  3. How Titian’s paintings rivalled Bellini’s

    Nichols, Tom
    This invited blog for the British Academy examines Simon Schama's treatment of the paintings of Giovanni Bellini and Titian in the episode of BBC2's Civilisations series entitled 'Radiance'. Relating to the argument made in my 2013 monograph, Titian and the End of the Venetian Renaissance, it suggests that the relationship between the two Venetian artists was difficult, and that Titian radically departed from Bellini's approach to painting.

  4. Carceral Spatiality: Dialogues between Geography and Criminology: Book Review

    McGeachan, Cheryl
    No abstract available.

  5. Revisiting the one-minute paper in the digital age [blog post]

    Ferri, Paul; Gibb, Alison; Karlsson, Paula S.; Keenan, Peter
    No abstract available.

  6. What Mekong Delta Communities Can Teach Us About Access to Safe Water

    Sebesvari, Zita; Renaud, Fabrice
    No abstract available.

  7. Solidarity in the neoliberal university? Acts of kindness and the ethics of care during the UCU Pensions Dispute

    Burton, Sarah; Turbine, Vikki
    Who gets to have, and give, solidarity in the neoliberal university? Is solidarity even possible in an academy so savaged and pock-marked by casualisation? Wanting to examine these questions further we agreed to keep and share our ‘strike diaries’. Pertinently, we ask whether a feminist perspective that centres caring for ourselves and others can help find genuine opportunities for resistance and rejection of the neoliberal and managerial university. Here we (Sarah, fixed-term Teaching Fellow; Vikki, permanently-employed lecturer, at the outer limit of definition of ECR) some of our initial reflections on striking in the neoliberal university, casualisation, and the role...

  8. Newly Recovered English Classical Translations 1600-1800: Annexe

    Gillespie, Stuart
    Newly Recovered English Classical Translations 1600–1800 is a unique resource: a wide-ranging collection of never-before-printed English translations from ancient Greek and Latin verse and drama of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Transcribed and edited from surviving manuscripts, these translations open a window onto a period in which the full richness and diversity of engagement with classical texts through translation is only now becoming apparent. Some 100 identified translators and many more anonymous writers are included, from familiar and sometimes eminent figures to the obscure and unknown. Newly Recovered English Classical Translations 1600–1800 (NRECT) is an Oxford University Press publication to which...

  9. Muriel Spark on Love

    Maley, Willy
    No abstract available.

  10. Electioneering in Gaelic in Perthshire

    Kidd, Sheila
    This article considers a small corpus of early Gaelic electioneering material in the form of three songs and two posters which relate to the 1832 Reform Act and the election which followed it.

  11. The New British Film Policy

    Schlesinger, Philip
    Continuing the Research Blog Series, Philip Schlesinger discusses his research into film policy development in the UK.

  12. Does Religious Studies have a problem with race?

    Nye, Malory
    No abstract available.

  13. Mapping Musical Modernism

    Heile, Bjorn

  14. 'Translating the Twal Days o Yule: a Scots Rhyme for Christmas'

    Rennie, Susan
    Blog entry on 'Books from Scotland' website.

  15. Race and the Study of Religion

    Nye, Malory
    No abstract available.

  16. The analysis of race in the study of religion

    Nye, Malory
    No abstract available.

  17. Modernity and the disciplinary formation of religious studies

    Nye, Malory
    No abstract available.

  18. Some thoughts on the Decolonization of Religious Studies: postcolonialism, decoloniality, and the cultural study of religion

    Nye, Malory
    No abstract available.

  19. Suppository administration

    Molloy, Doreen
    No abstract available.

  20. Instillation of eye drops

    Molloy, Doreen
    No abstract available.

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