CERCLES Book Reviews (June 2018)

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The CERCLES team (University of Rouen, France) is pleased to announce its regular series of reviews of books on the English-speaking world.


Of particular interest to H-Albion subscribers in the June 2018 series :

Sundari Anitha & Ruth Pearson, Striking Women : Struggles and Strategies of South Asian Women Workers from Grunwick to Gate Gourmet (London: Lawrence & Wishart, 2018)—Reviewed by Pat Thane, King’s College London




Bernard Cros, Cornelius Crowley & Thierry Labica (dir.), 1970-79 : Community in the UK (Presses Universitaires Paris Nanterre, 2017)—Reviewed by Nicholas Sowels, Université Paris I




Katherine Halsey & Angus Vine (eds.), Shakespeare and Authority : Citations, Conceptions and Constructions (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)—Reviewed by Sophie Chiari, Université Clermont Auvergne




Sam Naidu (ed.), Sherlock Holmes in Context (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)—Reviewed by Malcah Effron, Comparative Media Studies / Writing, Massachusetts Institute of Technology



William Poole, Milton and the Making of Paradise Lost (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2017)—Reviewed by Warren Chernaik, University of London




James D. Stone, America Through a British Lens : Cinematic Portrayals, 1930-2010 (Jefferson (North Carolina): McFarland & Company, 2017)—Reviewed by Andrea Gazzaniga, Northern Kentucky University




Kaoru Yamamoto, Rethinking Joseph Conrad’s Concepts of Community : Strange Fraternity (London: Bloomsbury, 2017)—Reviewed by Richard Niland, University of Strathclyde



Antoine Capet, FRHistS, Professor Emeritus of British Studies, Université de Rouen (France)