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New publications by Bill Marshall

2016 Marshall Cities Interrupted

A nice little trio of new publications to report from French at Stirling’s Bill Marshall. Bill’s chapter on ‘Buildering, Urban Interventions, and Public Sculpture’ has been published in Shirley Jordan and Christoph Lindner‘s great new edited collection Cities Interrupted: Visual Culture and Urban Space (Bloomsbury). Meanwhile, his chapter on ‘Francophone Gothic Melodramas’ is out in Susan Castillo Street and Charles L. Crow’s Handbook of the Southern Gothic, published by Palgrave. And finally, ‘Spaces and Times of Quebec in Two Films by Xavier Dolan’ can be read in vol. 55, no. 2 of Nottingham French Studies.

2016 Marshall Southern Gothic Aug

News to follow soon on Bill’s upcoming keynote address at the World Cinema and Television in French conference in Cincinnati.

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Gothic publication

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Not directly news about ‘French at Stirling’ but a) he’s a colleague of ours in the Division of Literature and Languages and b) the book has a chapter on “Gothic Translation: France, 1760-1830”, so… congratulations to Dale Townshend (and Glennis Byron) on the publication of their edited volume The Gothic World, just out with Routledge!