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  • Allen, Graham (Frame: Journal of Literary Studies, 2002-04)
    This paper takes issue with George P. Landow's frequent suggestion that contemporary hypertexts are the fulfilment of poststructuralist theories of textuality and intertextuality. The paper reminds readers of the themes ...
  • Allen, Graham (Peter Lang, 2005-03)
    Through an engagement with Jacques Derrida's essay "The Principle of Reason, The University in the Eyes of its Pupils", this paper mounts a critique of the current information model of  education dominating contemporary ...
  • Allen, Graham (The Oxford Literary Review, 2006)
    This article was part of an issue of the Oxford Literary Review which consisted of a series of email exchanges between the editors Timothy Clark and Nicholas Royle and colleagues working in universities in a number of ...
  • Allen, Graham (Lewis Glucksman Gallery, 2006-01)
    This paper which commissioned for an exhibition entitled Blake and Sons at the Glucksman Gallery, Cork. The paper reflects on the continuing influence of Blake, and contrasts that still significant influence with a conspicuous ...
  • Allen, Graham (Elsevier, 2007-03)
    The connection between Godwin and Fénelon has traditionally been restricted to the famous and controversial moment in the first edition of Political Justice (1793) in which Godwin presents an example of the interdependence ...
  • Allen, Graham (Francke, 2007-06)
    This paper explores contradictions within the Enlightenment account of pedagogy as expressed in Rousseau's Émile. It does so by focusing on one specific narrated event in Rousseau s text which concerns itself with questions ...
  • Allen, Graham (Edinburgh University Press, 2007-10)
    The article analyses the poem 'The Choice', by Mary Shelley, analysing the elegiac nature of the work and her use of the word 'return'.
  • Allen, Graham (Taylor & Francis, 2007-12)
    This paper uses Derrida’s work Politics of Friendship to interrogate the concept of the “friend” in the educational and fictional writings of Mary Shelley, William Godwin and Mary Wiollstonecraft. It concludes with a reading ...
  • Allen, Graham (The University of Nottingham, 2008)
    What would it mean to speak of the ‘migration into the Anglophone world’ of Barthes’s Mythologies? There are many ways in which one could answer such a question. Does ‘theory’ still exist, is it now dead? To employ Michael ...
  • Allen, Graham (Liguori Editore, 2009-06)
    This paper focuses on Mary Shelley’s letter to her friend Maria Gisborne. In this letter Mary Shelley describes the last days of her husband P. B. Shelley and does so in ways which emphasise a certain set of gothic and ...
  • Allen, Graham (Manchester University Press, 2010-04)
    This chapter returns to Harold Bloom’s theory of the anxiety of influence, and in particular his notion of apophrades. It does so in the context of a reading of P. B. Shelley’s elegy to John Keats, Adonais. The chapter ...
  • Allen, Graham (2010-12)
    This paper is an invited response to an earlier paper by Elena Anastasaki, part of which presented a reading of Mary Shelley s short story "Valerius, the Reanimated Roman." The paper takes issue with aspects of Anastasaki ...
  • Allen, Graham (Campaign for the Public University, 2011-11-03)
    This paper contributes to the discussion created by The Campaign for the Public University over the recent changes to the higher educational system in England on the basis of the Browne Report. The paper offers a critical ...
  • Allen, Graham (Springer, 2012-01)
    On the basis of a reading of Jacques Derrida's reading of Nietzsche's On the Future of our Educational Institutions, this paper argues for an understanding of teaching in terms of what happens in the ear of the other. If ...
  • Allen, Graham (Theoretical Studies in Literature and Art, 2012-11)
    This paper reflects on art works recently displayed in an exhibition in the Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland, in 2011. In particular it focuses on Semâ Bekirovic's video art work How to Stop Falling, in order to ...
  • Murphy, Carmel Patricia (University College Cork, 2013)
    “History, Revolution and the British Popular Novel” takes as its focus the significant role which historical fiction played within the French Revolution debate and its aftermath. Examining the complex intersection of the ...