Lynne Pearce
Lynne Pearce
Professor Literary Theory, Lancaster University, UK
Verified email at lancaster.ac.uk - Homepage
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Reading dialogics
L Pearce
Hodder Arnold, 1994
2281994
Feminism and the Politics of Reading
L Pearce
2191997
Feminist readings/feminists reading
S Mills
1771989
Feminist readings/feminists reading
S Mills
1771989
Romance revisited
L Pearce, J Stacey
NYU Press, 1995
1751995
Woman, Image, Text: Readings in Pre-Raphaelite Art and Literature
L Pearce
Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1991
1341991
Transformations: Thinking through feminism
S Ahmed, J Kilby, C Lury, M McNeil, M McNeil, B Skeggs
Psychology Press, 2000
1092000
The heart of the matter: Feminists revisit romance
J Stacey, L Pearce
Romance revisited, 11-45, 1995
901995
The rhetorics of feminism: Readings in contemporary cultural theory and the popular press
L Pearce
Psychology Press, 2004
862004
How to examine a thesis
L Pearce
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2004
752004
Working with affect in feminist readings: Disturbing differences
M Liljeström, S Paasonen
Routledge, 2010
702010
Romance writing
L Pearce
Polity, 2007
692007
Driving North, Driving South: Reflections upon the Spatial/Temporal Co-ordinates of Home
L Pearce
Devolving Identities: Feminist Readings in Home and Belonging, 162-178, 2000
59*2000
Fatal attractions: Re-scripting romance in contemporary literature and film
L Pearce, G Wisker
Pluto Press, 1998
491998
The glocalization of politics in television: Fiction or reality?
R Wodak
European Journal of Cultural Studies 13 (1), 43-62, 2010
482010
Popular romance and its readers
L Pearce
A Companion to Romance, 521-538, 2004
422004
Devolving identities: Feminist readings in home and belonging
L Pearce
Routledge, 2017
402017
Drivetime: Literary Excursions in Automotive Consciousness
L Pearce
372016
Mobility and the humanities
P Merriman, L Pearce
Mobilities 12 (4), 493-508, 2017
272017
Automobility in Manchester fiction
L Pearce
Mobilities 7 (1), 93-113, 2012
272012
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