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Current Issue (Vol.
(guest editor: Oliver Lindner)
- Oliver Lindner, 'Introduction'
- Wieland Schwanebeck, 'The Womb as a Battlefield. Debating Medical Authority in the Renaissance Midwife Manual'
- Cornelia Wächter, 'Imagining the Prison Officer. The Quare Fellow'
- Christoph Singer, 'The Temporalities of Waiting in Paul Graham’s Photo Series Beyond Caring'
- Jonatan Jalle Steller, 'Reading Conflicted Heroism. The Doctor as Maker in Steven Moffat’s Doctor Who'
Falkenhayner, 'CCTV Beyond Surveillance. The Cultural Relevance of the
Surveillance Camera and Its Images in Contemporary Britain'
- Ariane de Waal, 'Performing the ‘Ultimate Private Act’ in Public. The Biopolitics of Breastfeeding in London'
- Merle Tönnies (2014), (En-)Gendering a Popular Theatrical Genre. The Roles of Women in Nineteenth-Century British Melodrama
- Neil Rennie (2013), Treasure Neverland. Real and Imaginary Pirates
- Ursula Kluwick & Virginia Richter, eds. (2015), The Beach in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures: Reading Littorial Space
- Christine Berberich, ed. (2015), The Bloomsbury Introduction to Popular Fiction
- Toija Cinque, Christopher Moore & Sean Redman, eds. (2015), Enchanting David Bowie: Space/Time/Body/Memory