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 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