Browsing by Author "Long, Maebh"

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  • Aphorisms and archipelagos: Relationality in modernist studies

    Long, Maebh (Brill, 2019)
    Modernist studies, these days, is on the move. Global, planetary, transnational, postcolonial, and geomodernist rubrics map new routes of aesthetic interconnection and change as the geographical and temporal reaches of ...
  • Bubbles and lockdown in Aotearoa New Zealand: the language of self-isolation in #Covid19NZ tweets.

    Burnette, Jessie; Long, Maebh (2022-07-27)
    In March 2020, as cases of COVID-19 were found in Aotearoa New Zealand, the government moved to eliminate community transmission of the virus through self-isolation. During this month, as the population discussed if, when ...
  • Fragmentation

    Long, Maebh (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2021)
    Future Theory is built around five key concepts – boundaries, organization, rupture, novelty, futurity – examined by leading international thinkers to build a vision of how theory can be applied to a constantly shifting world.
  • Girmit, postmemory, and Subramani

    Long, Maebh (2018)
    The centenary of indenture in Fiji was celebrated with public displays, speeches, parades, and publications. The momentum for critical and creative response grew in tandem with the wave of publications inspired by the end ...
  • Is it about a typewriter? Brian O’Nolan and technologies of inscription

    Long, Maebh (2020)
    This article brings Friedrich Kittler’s media determinism to bear on a selection of works from Brian O’Nolan’s oeuvre. It briefly examines Myles na gCopaleen’s play with posthuman hybrids in Cruiskeen Lawn, seeing his ...

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