European Journal of English Studies

Papers
(The TQCC of European Journal of English Studies is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
The human component in social media and fake news: the performance of UK opinion leaders on Twitter during the Brexit campaign8
How does digital context influence interaction in large live online lectures? The case of English-medium instruction8
Academic mobility after Brexit: Erasmus and the UK post-20208
Transfeminist politics and populist counterattacks in Italy4
Brexit and scientific research?4
The politics of museal hospitality: Sonia Boyce’s neo-Victorian takeover inSix Acts4
Disseminating knowledge: the effects of digitalised academic discourse on language, genre and identity3
#Feminist – naming controversies and celebrating points of connection and joy in current feminisms2
Feminist responses to populist politics2
Lost in the noise? Narrative (re)presentation of higher education and research during the Brexit process in the UK2
Rebel bodies: feminism as resistance in the Catalan pro-independence left1
‘In this post, I argue that…’: constructing argumentative discourse in scholarly law blog posts1
Medical video abstracts and their subgenres: a phase-based approach to the detection of generic structure patterns1
The re/production of a (white) people: confronting Italian nationalist populism as a gender and race issue1
Managing discipline and culture-specific knowledge for digitalised, open-access academic discourse: interactive metadiscourse in economics and law research articles1
Poetic hospitality: dramatic monologue as a neo-Victorian, post-modern genre1
Interfering in Brexit: responsibility, representation, and the ‘meaningful vote’ that wasn’t1
Multimodal metadiscourse in digital academic journals on linguistics, engineering and medicine1
Neo-Victorianism’s inhospitable hospitality: a case study of Michel Faber’sThe Crimson Petal and the White1
Commemorating Britishness during the centennial of the First World War: a comparative analysis of political commemorative speeches in Northern Ireland and in Scotland1
A window to the world: visual design and research visibility of European research projects’ homepages1
Owning Gilead: franchising feminism through Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and The Testaments1
Caryl Phillips's interstitial poetics0
The unity of thought and thing: collapsing mind-matter boundaries in the poetry and prose of Constance Naden0
When nature “punches back”: a new materialist reading of Alice Perrin’sEast of Suez0
Memes, trolls and the manosphere: mapping the manifold expressions of antifeminism and misogyny online0
The Nutmeg’s curse: parables for a planet in crisis The Nutmeg’s curse: parables for a planet in crisis , by Amitav Ghosh, India, Penguin Random House, 2021, 325 pp., IN0
Victorian materialisms: approaching nineteenth-century matter0
Littoral books: archiving oceanic memory through pressed and printed plants0
Representing quarantine on film: fearing the monster inside0
Celebrating feminist responses to populist politics0
Interstitial space and the Spiritualist séance: psychical geography, telephonic imaginary and social possibility in 1870s Britain0
“Doomed to a kind of double consciousness”: treacherous hospitality and the inversion of tradition in A.S. Byatt’s “Morpho Eugenia”0
The media ecologies of Norwegian instapoet Trygve Skaug: tracing the post-digital circulation process of (insta)poetry through participatory-made Instagram archives0
Human-nonhuman boundaries and inter-creatural empathy in Klara and the Sun , Fifteen Dogs , the Wonder that Was Ours 0
Globalising genderphobia and the case of Bulgaria0
Powered modernity, contested space: literary modernism and the London tram0
Ghost, host, hostage: a poet(h)ics of vulnerability in Emma Donoghue’s The Wonder0
Slowing down earlier in the pandemic went Well – so why speed back up?0
University research blogs: constructing identity through language and images0
Going viral: chronotopes of disaster in film and media0
“Antifeminist ‘feminism’”: the case of French “decolonial intersectional feminism”0
“Lo vamos a conseguir”: Instapoetry as a vehicle for feminist movements in the contemporary Spanish context0
Catherine Belsey0
Commemorating Mme de Staël and Jane Austen across Britain and France0
Reading transformations: from David Garnett’s Lady into Fox (1922) to Sarah Hall’s “Mrs Fox” (2013)0
The unrealised potential of Robert Browning’s “Gold Hair: A Legend of Pornic”0
Introduction: Patriarchal backlashes to feminism in times of crisis: plus ça change, moins ça change0
Decentring commemorations: literary, cultural, historical and political celebrations across and beyond the British Isles0
Spheres within spheres: nineteenth-century interstitial spaces and Eleanor Catton’s The Luminaries (2013)0
Precarious times, Neoliberalist backlashes and discourses of post-truth in Ali Smith’s Summer0
“Let Black Girls Be”: The (Insta)poetry of Upile Chisala and its resistance to coloniality of being0
Brexit and academia: a satyr play where exit prevails voice0
#indigenousauthor: locating Tenille Campbell’s erotic poetry, photography, and community-based arts beyond social media0
The relevance of virality to the present0
Mary Seacole’s plant matter(s): vegetal entanglements of the Black Atlantic inWonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in Many Lands0
Internationalisation, Brexit, and the EU academic system: a case study in Austria0
A Greeting of the Spirit: Selected Poetry of John Keats with Commentaries A greeting of the spirit: selected poetry of John Keats with commentaries , by Susan J. Wolfson0
The dying city and the sick messiah: apocalypse and utopia in Neo Tokyo0
Editorial: #Instapoetry’s vibrancy and ambivalence0
Acoustic limitrophies, or why Roald Dahl’s work sounds more serious than it seems0
Strange tropes of salvation: populist rhetoric and violence against women in Croatia0
Virtual environments in the nineteenth century: the spectacle of old London0
What’s the problem with Brexit? Notes from the middle of Britain’s crisis0
Kill is kiss: viral words bringing the end of rhetorical discourse in Pontypool0
Flawed arguments, structural misogyny and rape culture: court cases in contemporary literature0
“And then I see the disinfectant where it knocks it out in a minute”: Donald Trump as patient zero and superspreader of Covid-19 cartoon logic0
“Stimulated by these agents to vigorous action”: the language of suntanning and materiality of skin in Victorian culture0
A temple to transnational queerness: the politics of commemorating Oscar Wilde0
The mind is all the animals it has attended: limitrophy and porous borders in the poetry of Robert Bringhurst0
Neo-Victorian negotiations of hospitality: an introduction0
Estrangement at the church door: Silas Marner and the projection of new English spaces0
Capitalism and the politics of disease: then and now0
We need to talk about gender: anti-feminist, anti-gender backlash all’italiana0
Spread the word: mattertext as bio-art0
Non-places of memory: interstitiality and the social function of space in Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights (1847) and Ellen Wood’s Danesbury House 0
Experiencing textures: the materiality of illegitimacy in Wilkie Collins’s No Name0
Limitrophy in contemporary literatures in English0
Global Instapoetry0
The experimental imagination: literary knowledge and science in the British Enlightenment0
Earthly intermundia: office space in the works of Charles Dickens0
Gender roles, parenthood, and the ethics of care in pandemic media narratives pre- and post-Covid-190
Commemorating Shakespeare(s) across the United Kingdom, Germany, the United States and France from the eighteenth- to the twenty-first centuries0
#Instapoetry in India: the aesthetic of the digital vernacular0
The space of the glazed window in nineteenth-century London0
A note on Angela Merkel’s review of Susan Faludi’s Backlash and feminisms East-West0
Spanish Civil War commemorations in Northern Ireland, The Republic of Ireland and Spain: political, spatial and generational relations between Irish anti-fascists and Spanish historical memory activis0
Root identity–relation identity in Inga Simpson’s Understory: a life with trees0
Hospitality and liminality in the time of the Anthropocene: Jenn Ashworth’s Fell0
Representing academic identities in email: content and structure of Automatic Signatures0
Intra-mat-extuality: feminist resilience within contemporary literature0
“Swallow up me”: hosts, guests and queer hospitality in Sarah Waters’ Affinity, Fingersmith, and Fingersmith fan fiction0
Performing Persian poetics on Instagram: an interview with @barkhi_az_honarmandan0
Glocal narratives of resilience0
Metaphors of confinement: the prison in fact, fiction, and fantasy Metaphors of confinement: the prison in fact, fiction, and fantasy , by Monika Fludernik, The Law and 0
Deconstructing human-canine relations in Richard Adams’s The Plague Dogs0
The “applied poetics” of Instagram: the Greek Instapoetry landscape0
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