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Volume 5, Issue 1 (January 2013): Futures
- Ying-hsiu Lu, " Malory’s Lancelot: Homosocial and Heterosexual Discourses in the Knightly Ideal of Masculinity"
- Hong Cai, "A Comparative Study of Gong’an dialect: An Introduction"
- Eduardo Moyà Antón, "British Literary Diaspora in the Mediterranean: The (Re)Creation of the ‘Sunny South’"
- Gabriela Garcéz Pereira, "Iberianism: José Saramago’s search for his own ‘Golden Fleece’ upon an allegorical ‘Stone Raft’"
- Will Gatherer, "Ethnicity, language, and finding ‘the other’ in Ma Yuan’s Fabrication (Xugou 虚构)"
- Hui-Chen Lee, "Translation and the invention of writing: The case of Southern Min alphabet in Taiwan"
- David Braden, "Writing Is Thinking, And Learning To Think Need Not Be Boring: Creative Writing In EFL"
- Katalin Gaal, "Iconic Transformations in Dostoevsky’s Post-Siberian Works"
- Shirlita Espinosa, "Filipino Diaspora in Australia and the “Language Question”"
- Kavita Ramakrishnan, "City Futures: Aspirations and Urban Imaginaries in Delhi"
- Kevin Milburn, "Futurism and Musical Meaning in Synthesized Landscapes"
- Rachel Gordon, "The Quality of Being Interested (or Interesting) in Research"
- Elizabeth Richardson, "Using Performance in Human Geography: Conditions and Possibilities"
Volume 4, Issue 1 (August 2010): Afterlives
- Naomi Banks, "Afterlives: An Interview with Stephen Regan"
- Masum A. Patwary, "Domes and the Dead: An Example of Extreme Fatalism among Mortuary Workers in Bangladesh"
- Emily Ridge, "'SO': Tracing Georges Perec in the Work of Sophie Calle"
- Alice Bennett, "You’re Dead: Dying, Living and Narrating in the Second Person"
- Eleanor Chatburn, "'Echo-prolonging poet!': Translation, Adaptation and Afterlives in the Poetry of Derek Mahon"
- Naomi Banks, "'Adequate to our Predicament?': In Search of a Northern Irish Political Elegy"
- Douglas J. Davies, "Lifestyles and Death-Styles: Reflections on Contemporary Afterlife Beliefs"
Gerald Aiken, review of Robin Mackay, ed., Collapse Vol. VI: Geo/philosophy
- Catherine Johnman, review of Andrew Lakoff and Stephen J Collier, eds., Biosecurity Interventions
- Emily Ridge, review of Daniel Miller, The Comfort of Things
Volume 3, Issue 2 (December 2009): Beyond the Human
- Adam Stock, "The Organic and the Mechanical: Images of Man, the State and Society in the Eighteenth Century"
- Stuart Rochester, "The Eschatological Anthrōpos in Mark's Gospel"
- Itsuki Kitani, "Sensibility and Shelley's Organic System of Nature in 'The Sensitive Plant'"
- David McWilliam, "To Speak Without Being Heard: The Ethics of Ownership Surrounding the Creation of Cloned Life in Kazuo Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go"
- Caroline Havercourt, "The Consciousness Revolution: A battle between darkness and light at the end of the (Ego) Tunnel?"
- Alistair Brown, review of Tim M. Berra, Charles Darwin: The Concise Examination of an Extraordinary Man
- Jagruti Dave, review of Glen Mazis, Humans, Animals, Machines: Blurring Boundaries
- Maria Carolina Lucato, review of Marcus Düwell, Christoph Rehmann-Sutter & Dietmar Mieth, eds.,The Contingent Nature of Life: Bioethics and the Limits of Human Existence
- Eduardo Neve-Jimenez, review of Emily Shuckburgh, ed., Survival: Survival of the Human Race
- Jelena Novak, review of Eric Salzman & Thomas Desi, The New Music Theater: Seeing the Voice, Hearing the Body
- William Viney, review of Fiona Candlin and Raiford Guins, eds., The Object Reader
Volume 3, Issue 1 (June 2009): Being Human
- Katherine Heavey, “‘We Poor Helpless Women’: Humanising Medea, 1648-1761”
- Rachel Hoyes, “‘Shred ends from remembered stars’: Hart Crane’s Search for Self and Being as a Romantic Modernist”
- David W. Hill, “Ultrasound and the Face of the Other: A Levinasian Account of the Mother-Foetus Conflict”
- Jan-Hendrik Grotevent, “Human Geography: Interrelations of the Human Being with the Three-Dimensional Environment”
- Heather Yeung, review of Michel Serres, The Five Senses: A Philosophy of Mingled Bodies
- Rachel Douglas-Jones, review of João Biehl, Will To Live: Aids Therapies and the Politics of Survival
- David W. Hill, review of Adriana Cavarero, Horrorism: Naming Contemporary Violence
- Duncan Proctor, review of Thom Brooks ed., The Global Justice Reader
- Paulina Aroch Fugellie, review of Naomi Klein, The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism
Volume 2, Issue 1 (October 2008): Modelling
- Joanna Baines: "A Model Patient: Uses and Abuses of History in the Cancer Patient Literature."
- David Patrick: "Modelling Genocide Can Humanity’s Greatest Scourge be Predicted?"
- Katherine Heavey: "A 'fressh and lusty qwene': Remodelling Helen of Troy in the Middle Ages."
- Alistair Brown: "Pitchforks at the Library Doors? Literary Studies in the Digital Age," a review essay on Print is Dead: Books in Our Digital Age by Jeff Gomez, A Companion to Digital Literary Studies, edited by Ray Siemens and Susan Schriebman.
- Claire Graham: Battlestar Galactica and Philosophy: Knowledge Here Begins Out There, ed. Jason T. Eberl.
Volume 1, Issue 1 (January 2007): Legacies of Darwin
- James Stark: "Fighting the Good Fight? The Scientific Community’s Responses to Anti-Evolutionism"
- Marc Botha: "Several Futures of Silence: A Conversation with Stuart Sim on Noise and Silence"
- Stuart Foyle: Dawkin's God: Genes, Memes and the Meaning of Life, by Alister McGrath
- Ian James Kidd: Doubting Darwin? Creationist Designs on Evolution, by Sahotra Sarkar
- Elizabeth Hannon: Evolution in Four Dimensions: Genetic, Epigenetic, Behavioural, and Symbolic Variation in the History of Life, by Eva Jablonka and Marion Lamb
- Maebh Long: Creators in Mathematics: The Irish Connection
- Marc Botha:The Future of the Image, by Jacques Rancière