Song of Inexperience posted on 13 Feb 2016
The New York Times Review of Books has published an excellent profile of E.M.Forster by Vivian Gornick.
James Joyce: The Story of Ulysses posted on 10 Feb 2016
Jonkers Rare Books have prepared an excellent blog on the story of how Joyce's Ulysses found its way into the public domain...
Under the Covers: How Children's Literature Has Shaped Ideas of Childhood posted on 14 Oct 2015
Under the Covers: How Children's Literature Has Shaped Ideas of Childhood
Why study children's literature posted on 16 Sep 2015
You might expect that all students studying an Early Childhood Education and Care degree would understand the value ...
Crime in children's fiction posted on 15 Sep 2015
This presentation looks at the ways in which children’s books use crime as a plot device in various ways.
The Railway Children posted on 15 Sep 2015
This presentation looks at why this continues to be a relevant book
Powerful picture books: participation, progression and pleasure for all readers posted on 05 Aug 2015
Powerful picture books: participation, progression and pleasure for all readers This presentation argues that picture books are complex...
Families of Prisoners in Children's Literature posted on 03 Aug 2015
These are the presentation slides that relate to the paper on the same subject that can be found by clicking ......
Reading Constructions of Disability in Literature posted on 31 Jul 2015
Reading Constructions of Disability in Literature This is a short presentation that was designed to raise awareness of how disability has been presented.
We Learn It From Books posted on 31 Jul 2015
A presentation that explores the way in which children's literature has historically reinforced the social construction of ideas ....