Items where Author is "Jenzen, Olu"

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Munt, Sally R. and Jenzen, Olu (2013) The Ashgate research companion to paranormal cultures [Edited Collections]

Jenzen, Olu and Munt, Sally R. (2012) Queer Theory, Sexuality and Religion In: Hunt, S. and Yip, A., eds. The Ashgate Research Companion to Contemporary Religion and Sexuality. Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 45-58. ISBN 9781409409496

Jenzen, Olu (2011) Review of Contemporary British fiction and the artistry of space: style, landscape, perception by David James English Studies, 92 (6). pp. 701-702. ISSN 0013-838X

Jenzen, Olu (2011) Same, same but other: over-sameness as sexual otherness In: Sencindiver, S.Y., Beville, M. and Lauritzen, M., eds. Otherness: a multilateral perspective. Peter Lang, pp. 45-60. ISBN 9783631635742

Jenzen, Olu (2010) Let the Right One In: Children, Vampires and Queers - Social Realism and the Paranormal In: The University of Sussex Centre for Cultural Studies conference 'Paranormal Cultures', 4 June 2010, University of Sussex, UK. (Unpublished)

Jenzen, Olu (2009) From Magical Thinking to Magical Realism: Imagination and Queer Survival in Jeanette Winterson's Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit In: Translate Trauma Network Research Day, 29th April 2009, University of Sussex. (Unpublished)

Jenzen, Olu (2009) Reworking Linear Time: Queer Temporalities in Winterson’s Sexing the Cherry and Art and Lies In: Sönmez , M. J-M and Özyurt Kılıç, M, eds. Winterson Narrating Time and Space. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 31-49. ISBN 1-4438-0514-9

Jenzen, Olu (2007) Jeanette Winterson's Lighthousekeeping and the Queer Uncanny In: Sönmez, M. J-M and Baskan, F.B, eds. Jeanette Winterson and Her Work. The 14th METU Novelists Conference Proceedings. British Novelists Series . METU, Ankara, pp. 179-186. ISBN 978-9944-0851-0-6

Jenzen, Olu (2007) The queer uncanny eSharp (9). ISSN 1742-4542

Jenzen, Olu (2006) Fantasy and Life on the Sexual Margins – Judith Butler’s Engagement with Fantasy in the Political Field and the Process of Becoming Human In: ’There Is No Politics without Fantasy’: Gender, Sexuality and Cultural Studies in Law, 19-20 April 2006, Keele University, UK. (Unpublished)

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