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    HKU ResearcherPage: Smethurst, P
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    Dr Smethurst, Paul
    • Associate Professor
    Publication list (Conference Papers)
    Results 1-4 of 4
    From Historiography to Geography and Back Again: Postmodernism's Spatial Turns, Starring Topophilia, and the New Poetics of Space-Time
    English Departmental Seminar Series, University of Hong Kong
    Smethurst, P1998133
    History, Hybridity and Ethnicity in the Works of Timothy Mo and Caryl Philips
    Second International Conference of Cultural Studies, Tampere Finland
    Smethurst, P1998125
    The Poetic Image, the Speaking Subject and the Poststructuralist World
    Speech, Writing and Context, Literary and Linguistic Perspectives
    Smethurst, P1998124
    Of Postmodern Chronotopes, Cyberspace and the Ontology of Multiple Worlds
    Envisaging Alternatives: The Literature of Science Fiction
    University of Luton.
    Smethurst, P1997119



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