Voyages

Edited by Emily Di Dodo and Rachel Hayes

MHRA Working Papers in the Humanities 18

Modern Humanities Research Association

  5 February 2024

Open Access with doi: 10.59860/wph.i055896


Though confined to ink on paper, a text is never static. Whether before or after it is put into writing, any literary work traverses a vast expanse of space, time, versions, media, ideas, identities. Rather than focusing on the finished product, this issue of Working Papers in the Humanities aims to better understand the process by which literary works undergo or recount the journey a text (alongside its author and its audience) undertakes or is subjected to from its conception to its reception, and beyond.

Contents:

1-61
Voyages
Emily Di Dodo, Rachel Hayes
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1-4
Introduction: Voyages
Emily Di Dodo, Rachel Hayes
doi:10.59860/wph.a164cdd
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5-14
‘Dicono li Ethiopi’: Ethiopian contributions to Francisco Álvares’s travel account to Ethiopia (c.1540)
Mathilde Alain
doi:10.59860/wph.a27411a
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15-24
‘I guess what you didn’t understand, you could make up’: Elizabeth Delafield in the Soviet Union — Travel, Travel Writing, Truth-Telling
Nick Hall
doi:10.59860/wph.a383561
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25-33
Women and (Im)Possible Journeys in Igiaba Scego’s La linea del colore
Giuseppina Gemboni
doi:10.59860/wph.a4929a8
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34-42
From ‘novel’ to ‘nouvelle’: The journey of Charles Lloyd’s Edmund Oliver into French
Hannah Overton-Gill
doi:10.59860/wph.a5896eb
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43-51
Losing the Self: Identity, Gender and Migration in Ekaterina Bakunina’s Last Novel
Veselina Dzhumbeva
doi:10.59860/wph.a698b32
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52-61
Against Closure and Identification: Textual-Visual Trajectories in Mona Ahmed and Dayanita Singh’s Myself Mona Ahmed (2001)
Aman Sinha
doi:10.59860/wph.a6b3951
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Bibliography entry:

Dodo, Emily Di, and Rachel Hayes (eds), Voyages (= MHRA Working Papers in the Humanities, 18 (2024)) <https://www.mhra.org.uk/publications/wph-18> [accessed 23 February 2024]

First footnote reference: 35 Voyages, ed. by Emily Di Dodo and Rachel Hayes (= MHRA Working Papers in the Humanities, 18 (2024)) <https://www.mhra.org.uk/publications/wph-18> [accessed 23 February 2024], p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 Dodo and Hayes, p. 47.

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Bibliography entry:

Dodo, Emily Di, and Rachel Hayes (eds). 2024. Voyages (= MHRA Working Papers in the Humanities, 18) <https://www.mhra.org.uk/publications/wph-18> [accessed 23 February 2024]

Example citation: ‘A quotation occurring on page 21 of this work’ (Dodo and Hayes 2024: 21).

Example footnote reference: 35 Dodo and Hayes 2024: 21.

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