Lyndsey Stonebridge - Selected Publications#

1. Placeless People: Writing, Rights and Refugees , OUP: Oxford, 2018, 244pp, . ‘A stunning study as much of literature’s own “endurance beyond the nation, and its worldly capacity to conjure up human community out of despair” as of migrant refuge and the powerplay of state refusal of refuge, via the 20th century’s great writers of displacement.’ Ali Smith, Guardian Best Books of 2018. Times Higher Education, Book of the Week, January 2019.

2. The Judicial Imagination: Writing After Nuremberg, Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, 2011, 180pp. paperback and e-book, May

2014. Winner of British Academy Rose Mary Crawshay Prize for English Literature, 2016.
Citation: ‘This highly distinguished book is a powerfully original work of scholarship and thought….an intellectually gripping work of enormous range and depth.’

3. The Writing of Anxiety: Imagining Wartime in 1940s British Culture, Palgrave: Basingstoke, 2007, 173pp. I

4. The Destructive Element: British Psychoanalysis and Modernism, Language, Discourse and Society Series, Macmillan, Basingstoke, 1998 (Routledge: New York, 1998), hardcover and paperback.210pp.

5. ‘Humanitarianism was never enough: Dorothy Thompson, Sands of Sorrow and the Palestinian Arabs’, Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, vol 8, 3. Winter, 2017, pp. 441-465.

6. 'Statelessness and the Poetry of the Borderline: André Green, W.H. Auden and Yousif M. Qasmiyeh’, Textual Practice, Vol. 29, Issue 7, 2015: pp. 1331-1354.

7. ‘Refugee Style: Hannah Arendt and the Perplexities of Human Rights’, Textual Practice, 2011, 5: 1, pp. 71 — 85,
8. ‘Arendt’s testimony: Judging in a Lawless World’, New Formations, summer, 2009, pp. 78-90.

9. ‘”What does death represent to the individual?” Psychoanalysis in Wartime’ differences, 20, 1, 2009, DOI 10.1215/10407591, pp. 102-116.

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