Vol 10

Editorial (2017)

Language choice and ideologies of identity

Ian Brown

Peer Reviewed Articles

Versions of ideological language and community identity in recent Scots-language drama

Ian Brown, Kingston University

Staging Contemporary Identities: National Theatre of Scotland’s Glasgow Girls through the prism of Multimodal Discourse Analysis

Paula Sledzinska, Aberdeen University

A Trip ‘Doon the Watter’ during the Glasgow Fair: Working Class Leisure Patterns and the Role of the Scenic Film at the Turn of the Century

Samantha Wilson, Glasgow University

The Domestication of Otherness and the Politics of Language in Jo Clifford’s and Rona Munro’s Versions of Lorca’s The House of Bernarda Alba

Andras Beck, University of Salamanca/ Universidad de Salamanca

The Sense of (Un)Belonging: David Greig’s (Un?) Scottishness in Pyrenees and Damascus

Maria Elena Capitani, University of Parma

The Language of Resistance and the Power of the Female Voice in Sue Glover’s Bondagers (1991)

Gioia Angeletti, University of Parma

Emerging adulthood and the Peter Pan Generation in Damion Dietz’s Neverland (2003)

Alfonso Muñoz-Corcuera, National Autonomous University of Mexico

Forum Articles

New Scottish playwriting, old myths and real future needs.

Ksenija Horvat, Queen Margaret University