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Humanities and Social Science

Ms Nickianne Moody

Ms Nickianne Moody

Telephone: 0151 231 5028



Moody NA. 2016. Readers and Reading Patterns: Oral History and the Archive The Book World: Selling and Distributing British Literature 1900-1940 :171-185 Brill. Lieden Boston 978-90-04-31586-0

Moody N. 2013. Entertainment media, risk and the experience commodity The Richard and Judy Book Club Reader: Popular Texts and the Practices of Reading :43-58 9781409438137

Moody NA. 2013. Defending Female Genius: The Unlikely Cultual Alignment of Marie Corelli and Ouida Jordan J. Ouida and Victorian Popular Culture :109-128 Ashgate. Farnham 978-1-4094-0589-4

Moody NA. 2012. Gothic Science Fiction Wasson S, Alder E. Gothic Science Fiction 9781846317071

Moody NA. 2011. The Richard & Judy Book Club Reader Ramone J, Cousins H. The Richard & Judy Book Club Reader Ashgate Publishing Company 9781409401339

Journal article

Moody NA, Godsland S. 2012. Spanish Women's Crime Fiction: Reading Gender in the Paratextual Ambitos Feministas, 2 :9-28

Moody N. 2011. Entertainment media, risk and the experience commodity :43-58

Moody NA. 2009. Gardening in Print: Profession, Instruction and Reform Nineteenth Century Gender Studies, 2

Moody NA. 2008. Methodological Agendas: Disability Informed Criticism and the Incidental Representation of Autism in Populuar Fiction Popular Narrative Media, 1

Moody N. 2006. Feminism and popular culture :172-192 >DOI

Moody N. 2003. Crime in film and on TV :227-244 >DOI

Moody N. 1998. Social and temporal geographies of the near future music, fiction and youth culture Futures, 30 :1003-1016

Moody N. 1997. Untapped potential: The representation of disability/special ability in the cyberpunk workforce Convergence, 3 :90-105 >DOI

Conference publication

Moody N. 2000. Aphasia and mother tongue: Themes of language creation and silence in women's science fiction SPEAKING SCIENCE FICTION: DIALOGUES AND INTERPRETATIONS, 21 :179-187 >Link