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‘Make them roll in their graves’: South African Writing, Decolonisation, and the English Literature A-Level (2024)
Journal Article
Helm, H., Barnes, E., Barnes, K., & Munslow Ong, J. (2024). ‘Make them roll in their graves’: South African Writing, Decolonisation, and the English Literature A-Level. English in Education, 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1080/04250494.2024.2312189

This article analyses the activities and early outcomes of an ongoing co-designed and co-delivered research impact project entitled ‘Decolonising the English Literature A-Level’. It draws on examples from three case studies, classroom experiences, an... Read More about ‘Make them roll in their graves’: South African Writing, Decolonisation, and the English Literature A-Level.

The Making of All That Is Buried: Dialog, Chronotope and Decoloniality (2023)
Journal Article
Tracey, M., Stanton-Sharma, S., Nivesjo, S., Barnes, E., & Munslow Ong, J. (2023). The Making of All That Is Buried: Dialog, Chronotope and Decoloniality. Journal of Media Practice, https://doi.org/10.1080/25741136.2023.2289095

This article argues for the utility of Mikhail Bakhtin’s literary theories in developing dialogic and decolonial filmmaking practices. Using the example of our research-led documentary film, All That Is Buried, we challenge traditionally hierarchical... Read More about The Making of All That Is Buried: Dialog, Chronotope and Decoloniality.

Critiquing neo-colonial conceptions of ‘vulnerability’ through Kaona in Mary Kawena Pūku’i’s “The Pounded Water of Kekela” (2022)
Journal Article
Barnes, E. (2022). Critiquing neo-colonial conceptions of ‘vulnerability’ through Kaona in Mary Kawena Pūku’i’s “The Pounded Water of Kekela”. Transmotion, 8(1), 98-128

Recent scholarship outlines in no uncertain terms that the Pacific Island regions are already experiencing the effects of climate change (George 113; Bryant-Tokalau 3; Showalter, Lόpez-Carr and Ervin 50; McLeod et al, 5). It is Indigenous women in th... Read More about Critiquing neo-colonial conceptions of ‘vulnerability’ through Kaona in Mary Kawena Pūku’i’s “The Pounded Water of Kekela”.

Plants, animals, land : more-than-human relations and gendered survivance in early indigenous women’s writing (2021)
Thesis
Barnes, E. (2021). Plants, animals, land : more-than-human relations and gendered survivance in early indigenous women’s writing. (Thesis). University of Salford

This thesis argues that Zitkala-Ša (Gertrude Simmons Bonnin), Tekahionwake (E. Pauline Johnson) and Mary Kawena Pūku’i mobilise literary representations of more-than-human beings – plants, animals, and the land – to express resistance to the gendered... Read More about Plants, animals, land : more-than-human relations and gendered survivance in early indigenous women’s writing.

SPARC 2019 Fake news & home truths : Salford postgraduate annual research conference book of abstracts (2019)
Book
Aarons, T., Abduljawad, S. A. S., Aboelkheir, A., Addis, M. C., Adeboye, O., Adeniyi, I. A., …Yusup, N. H. (2019). E. M. Barnes, D. Greensmith, M. Griffiths, U. Hurley, T. Ireland, C. Starbuck, …D. Whitnall (Eds.), SPARC 2019 Fake news & home truths : Salford postgraduate annual research conference book of abstracts. Salford, UK: University of Salford

Welcome to the Book of Abstracts for the 2019 SPARC conference. This year we not only celebrate the work of our PGRs but also our first ever Doctoral School Best Supervisor awards, which makes this year’s conference extra special. Once again we have... Read More about SPARC 2019 Fake news & home truths : Salford postgraduate annual research conference book of abstracts.

‘Then after a while my heart is sick for you, like you are my own boy, like I am your own mother’ : indigenous mother-work as colonial resistance in Tekahionwake’s ‘Catharine of the “Crow’s Nest”’ (1910)
Book Chapter
Barnes, E. (in press). ‘Then after a while my heart is sick for you, like you are my own boy, like I am your own mother’ : indigenous mother-work as colonial resistance in Tekahionwake’s ‘Catharine of the “Crow’s Nest”’ (1910). In Marginalized Women and Work in 20th and 21st-Century British and American Literature and Media. Vernon Press