MESH 

The Journal for Undergraduate Work Across English Studies 

 

AN INTRODUCTION TO MESH

Mesh is the new online journal for undergraduate work across English studies.

Mesh publishes high-quality undergraduate work that makes interesting connections between two or more of the various strands of English, including literature, language/linguistics, creative writing, drama, media and film studies.

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Submitting to Mesh

ISSUE 3 (2019)

In this second general issue:

WHO IS ALICE?, A HYPERTEXT REMEDIATION OF LEWIS CARROLL'S ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND, AND AN ACCOMPANYING CRITICAL REFLECTION

by AJ Meakin, Oxford Brookes University, UK

(IM)POLITENESS AND MISDIRECTION IN JEFF LINDSAY'S DARKLY DREAMING DEXTER

by Heather Grant, University of Leeds, UK

AN INVESTIGATION OF FANFICTION READERS' AND WRITERS' VIEWS ON FANFICTION, WITH A FOCUS ON LGBTQ+ THEMES

by Amy Pollard, Oxford Brookes University, UK

ISSUE 2 (2018): Special issue on Charles Dickens

The first special issue, bringing together undergraduate scholarship on the work of Charles Dickens. In this issue:

DICKENS AND DRESS: CLOTHING AND CLASS IDENTITY IN OLIVER TWIST     

by Lynnette Hendrie, University of Dundee, UK

ACCESSING THE ESSENCE: AN EXPLORATION OF THE LINK BETWEEN ACTUS REUS AND MENS REA IN WILKIE COLLINS'S THE MOONSTONE AND CHARLES DICKENS'S GREAT EXPECTATIONS

by Rowan Anderson, Edinburgh Napier University, UK

A BALANCING ACT: GENDERED SPHERES IN CHARLES DICKENS'S MRS. LIRRIPER'S LODGINGS  

by Abby Clayton, Brigham Young University, Utah, USA

ISSUE 1 (2017)

The first general issue, showcasing work which brings together two or more strands of English studies. In this issue:

ROSE BLAZE DE BURY AND THE 19TH CENTURY WORLD OF PUBLISHING 

by Rachel Egloff, Oxford Brookes University, UK

LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE IN THE CLASSROOM: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE 

by Kathryn Jamshidi & Isobel Wood, University of Sheffield, UK 

HOW TO BUILD LOS ANGELES: THE FANTASTICAL STRUCTURES OF REALITY

by Aisling MacAonghusa, Oxford Brookes University, UK