Emma Nance probes the entanglement of genetics, biology and bioethics using an accumulative genetico-literary methodology The Puzzle There’s a lot that I have discovered about my family’s genetic code over the past 25 years.
How does literature question dementia as a category of difference? Monika Leipelt-Tsai explores narratives about dementing diseases in contemporary German-Language literary texts and argues that dementia narratives can disrupt the current order of knowledge
Swati Joshi reports on the book launch of Marco Bernini’s Beckett and the Cognitive Method: Mind, Models, and Exploratory Narratives (Oxford University Press, 2021) The Bishop’s Dining Room in Durham Castle provided the fitting apparatus
Sonakshi Srivastava explores the narrativisation of a caregiver’s well-being in Tishani Doshi’s Girl in White Cotton (2020) Longlisted for the 2020 Booker Prize, Tishani Doshi’s Girl in White Cotton or Burnt Sugar (as published
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