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D. Wilson

Publications:

‘Iconic women in the late prose romances of William Morris and the paintings of Edward Burne-Jones’. (in preparation) Paper to be presented at the conference ‘Literary Dolls: the female textual body from the 19th century to now’. Durham University, UK, March 2014.

‘Iconicity in the prose romances of William Morris and the paintings of Edward Burne-Jones’. Paper presented at the Eighth International Symposium on Iconicity in Language and Literature. Linnaeus University (Campus Växjö), Sweden, June 2011.

‘Iconicity in conceptual blending: Material anchors in William Morris’s News from Nowhere’, in Fischer, O., Ljungberg, C., and Michelucci, P. (eds) Iconicity Vol 7. Amsterdam: Benjamins. 2011.

‘Please Mind the Gap: blending in language and literature’. (continuing education presentation)  Formation continue, University of Neuchâtel/HEP BEJUNE. September 2010.

‘The utopian environment in William Morris’s later writings’. Paper presented at the CUSO Literature and the Environment conference, University of Geneva, October 2009.

‘Iconicity in conceptual blending: Material anchors in William Morris’s News from Nowhere’. Paper presented at the Seventh International Symposium on Iconicity in Language and Literature. University of Toronto, June 2009.

 ‘The body in the language’. (continuing education presentations) Formation continue, University of Geneva, February 2009 and February 2010.

‘Visions of England in Pre-Raphaelite art and writing’. Poster presentation at ESSE (European Society for the Study of English). Aarhus, Denmark, August 2008.

‘Metaphor and Language Teaching’. (continuing education presentation)  Formation continue, University of Neuchâtel/HEP BEJUNE. 2005.

‘Mugging de Queen’s English? Mapping mental spaces of English’, in Spurr, D. and Tschichold, C. (eds) The Space of English. Tübingen: Narr. 2004.

‘The Mental Space of English’. Paper presented at the Swiss Association of Teachers of English (SAUTE), Neuchâtel. 2003.