Issue 16: Rise and Fall

Image by Eloise Coveny.


Welcome to the 16th issue of The Kelvingrove Review. Its launch coincides with the publication of the 25th issue of eSharp, University of Glasgow’s interdisciplinary postgraduate journal, and shares the theme of ‘Rise and Fall’.

The journal can be downloaded in PDF format below.

Lead editor: Kevin Gallagher

Editorial team: Rachel Fletcher, Saskia McCracken, Pernille Ravn

Kelvingrove Review Issue 16: Rise and Fall


List of Contents

Crusade and Jihad: Origins, History, Aftermath  Malcolm Lambert

Reviewed by Ross S. Kennedy

Dangerous Language: Esperanto Under Hitler and Stalin Ulrich Lins (trans. Humphrey Tonkin)

Reviewed by David Selfe

Dark Ecology: For a Logic of Future Coexistence Timothy Morton

Reviewed by Daniel Otto Jack Petersen

Extrastatecraft: The Power of Infrastructure Space Keller Easterling

Reviewed by Derek J. Price

Fall Narratives: An Interdisciplinary Perspective Zohar Hadroumi-Allouche and Áine Larkin (eds)

Reviewed by Zanne Domoney-Lyttle

Flâneuse: Women Walk the City in Paris, New York, Tokyo, Venice and London Lauren Elkin

Reviewed by Nia Clark

Performing (for) Survival: Theatre, Crisis, Extremity Patrick Duggan and Lisa Peschel (eds)

Reviewed by Effie Samara

Prescription and Tradition in Language: Establishing Standards across Time and Space Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade and Carol Percy (eds)

Reviewed by Colin Reilly

RAVE: Rave and Its Influences on Art and Culture Nav Haq (ed.)

Reviewed by Maria Sledmere

Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Chthulucene Donna J. Haraway

Reviewed by Leila Riszko

The Jesus and Mary Chain’s Psychocandy Paula Meija

Reviewed by Mark Baillie

The Rise and Fall of the Right of Silence Hannah Quirk

Reviewed by Anika Marschall

Thomas Muir of Huntershill: Essays for the Twenty First Century Gerard Carruthers and Don Martin (eds)

Reviewed by Martin McCandlish