Claire O'Callaghan

Publications

  • Sarah Waters’s Feminisms
  • Sarah Waters and Contemporary Feminisms
  • A Wilde Scoundrel: Villainy and ‘Lad Culture’ in the Filmic Afterlives of Dorian Gray
  • All in this together? Feminisms, academia, austerity
  • ‘Lovers of liberty’?Prostitution and the Politics of Choice in Emma Donoghue’sSlammerkin
  • “The Grossest Rakes of Fiction”: Reassessing Gender, Sex, and Pornography in Sarah Waters'sFingersmith
  • Neo-Victorian After-Affects: Female Genital Mutilation in Emma Donoghue's ‘Cured’ – The Scandalous Case of Isaac Baker Brown
  • ‘Grisley “L” business’: Re-valuing Female Masculinity and Butch Subjectivity in Tipping the Velvet and The Night Watch
  • Sarah Waters: Gender and Sexual Politics
  • Neo-Victorian After-Affects: Female Genital Mutilation in Emma Donoghue's 'Cured' – The Scandalous Case of Isaac Baker Brown
  • 'The Grossest Rakes of Fiction': Reassessing Gender, Sex, and Pornography in Sarah Waters's Fingersmith
  • Feminisms
  • 'Smash the Social Machine': Neo-Victorianism and Postfeminism in Emma Donoghue's The Sealed Letter
  • The Equivocal Symbolism of Pearls in the Novels of Sarah Waters
  • Lesbo Victorian Romp: Women, Sex, and Pleasure in Sarah Waters's Tipping the Velvet
  • Afterword: Hard times for 'real' women?
  • Re-claiming anne damer/ re-covering Sapphic history: Emma donoghue's life mask
  • A Wilde Scoundrel: Villainy and ‘Lad Culture’ in the Filmic Afterlives of Dorian Gray

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Anne-Marie Beller

Anne-Marie Beller

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