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[Commlist] Special Issue of Exchanges: Cannibalism - published

Wed Feb 05 10:43:10 GMT 2020

Delighted to announce the release of the first special issue of the Exchanges interdisciplinary journal has just been published. Dealing with literary and filmic depictions, interpretations and symbolism of the consumption of 'forbidden fruit', it represents a key output of the 'Bites Here and There' conference hosted at Warwick in late 2018.

All articles are accessible at:


    Eating potatoes
    'But He Looked Suspiciously Well Fed' Editorial, Volume 7, Part 2
    Gareth J Johnson

Critical Reflections

    Vegetables on a platter
'Bites here and there' Literal and Metaphorical Cannibalism Across Disciplines Conference Review
    Sophie Shorland

    Delicious research
Anthropophagic Re-Manifesto for the Digital Age 10th Anniversary Rendition
    Vanessa Maia Ramos-Velasquez


‘Provisions being scarce and pale death drawing nigh, / They'd try to cast lots to see who should die’ The Justification of Shipwreck Cannibalism in Popular Balladry
    Duncan Frost

Consuming and Being Consumed Cannibalism in the Consumerist Society of Margaret Atwood’s ‘The Edible Woman’
    Carla Scarano D'Antonio

Anthropophagy of the Werewolf An Eco-Feminist Analysis of Justine Larbalestier's Liar (2009).
    Leah Henderson

The Camera Devoured Cinematic Cannibalism in Pedro Costa’s Casa De Lava (1994)
    Thomas Francis Moran

Consumption from the Avant-Garde to the Silver Screen Cannibalism, Fetish, and Profanation
    David Shames

For Fame and Fashion The Cannibalism of Creatives in Chuck Palahniuk’s Haunted (2005) and Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon (2016)
    Michael Wheatley

Dejects and Cannibals Postmodern Abjection in Ana Lily Amirpour's The Bad Batch
    Kimberly Jackson

    ‘Funeral Baked Meats’ Cannibalism and Corpse Medicine in Hamlet
    James Stephen Alsop

Cannibal Basques Magic, Cannibalism and Ethnography in the Works of Pierre de Lancre
    Matteo Leta

'Such Violent Hands' The Theme of Cannibalism and the Implications of Authorship in the 1623 Text of Titus Andronicus
    William David Green

    ‘Monkey Meat’ and Metaphor in Shohei Ooka’s Fires on the Plain
    Hugh Davis

'A kiss is the beginning of cannibalism' Julia Ducournau’s Raw and Bataillean Horror
    Ursula de Leeuw

Haun-Maun-Khaun A Postcolonial Reading of the Cannibals in Some Fairy Tales from Colonial Bengal
    Rituparna Das

Forthcoming special issues in the next 18 months will be published on themes including Cli-Fi, nerd culture and loneliness as well as the student experience within the artistic disciplines. Details of which can be found through our various social media channels [1] .


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