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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Unfollow Follow Unblock. I am Senior Lecturer in English Studies, and have published widely on crime fiction, women's writing, and contemporar Edited monographs. Decolonising the Literature Curriculum Editor and contributor Palgrave more. Charlotte Beyer Editor and Contributor.
Mothers Who Kill. Charlotte Beyer and Josephine Savarese. Editor and Contributor more. Travellin' Mama: Mothers, Mothering, and Travel. Teaching Crime Fiction Ed. Palgrave, Editor and contributor. More than perhaps any other genre, crime fiction invites debate over the role of popular fiction in English studies. This book offers lively original essays on teaching crime fiction written by experienced British and international This book offers lively original essays on teaching crime fiction written by experienced British and international scholar teachers, providing vital insight into this diverse genre through a series of compelling subjects.
Taking its starting-point in pedagogical reflections and classroom experiences, the book explores methods for teaching students to develop their own critical perspectives as crime fiction critics, the impact of feminism, postcolonialism, and ecocriticism on crime fiction, crime fiction and film, the crime short story, postgraduate perspectives, and more.
Mothers Without Their Children Eds. Conceiving of and representing mothers without their children seems so paradoxical as to be almost impossible. How can we define a mother in the absence of her child?
This compelling volume explores these and other questions from a range This compelling volume explores these and other questions from a range of interdisciplinary perspectives, examining experiences, representations, creative manifestations, and embodiments of mothers without their children. This book extends and expands this important enquiry, looking at maternal experience and mothering on the borders of motherhood in different historical and cultural contexts, thereby opening up the way in which we imagine and represent mothers without their children to reassessment and revision, and encouraging further dialogue about what it might mean to mother on the borders of motherhood.