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Publications:  Dr Rachael Gilmour

Gilmour R(2020). Special issue: multilingualism and English teaching. English in Education vol. 54, (1) 1-5.
Gilmour R(2018). Sight, sound and meaning': voice/print transitions in black British poetry. British Literature in Transition, 1960-1980: Flower Power, Cambridge University Press
GILMOUR RH(2017). Reading/Writing Multilingualism: language, literature and creativity in the multilingual classroom. English in Education vol. 51, (3) 296-307.
Gilmour R, Steinitz T(2017). Multilingual Currents in Literature, Translation and Culture. Routledge
Gilmour R(2017). Learning Zulu and bearing witness. Safundi vol. 18, (1) 12-15.
Chambers C, Gilmour R(2016). Editorial. Journal of Commonwealth Literature vol. 51, (3) 319-326.
Gilmour R, Chambers C(2016). Editorial. Journal of Commonwealth Literature vol. 51, (1) 3-8.
GILMOUR RH(2014). Punning in Punglish, sounding 'poreign': Daljit Nagra and the politics of language. Interventions: international journal of postcolonial studies vol. 17, (5) Article 5, 686-705.
GILMOUR RH, Gilmour RH(2014). Doing voices: reading language as craft in black British poetry. Journal of Commonwealth Literature vol. n/a,
GILMOUR RH(2012). Living between languages: The politics of translation in Leila Aboulela’s Minaret and Xiaolu Guo’s A Concise Chinese-English Dictionary for Lovers. Journal of Commonwealth Literature vol. 47, (2) 207-227.
Gilmour R, Schwarz B(2011). End of Empire and the English Novel since 1945. Editors: Gilmour, R, Schwarz, B, Manchester University Press (Manchester),
Gilmour R(2011). The entropy of Englishness: reading empire's absence in the novels of William Golding. End of Empire and the English Novel since 1945, Editors: Gilmour, R, Schwarz, B, Manchester University Press (Manchester),
GILMOUR RH(2007). 'A nice derangement of epitaphs': missionary language-learning in mid nineteenth-century Natal. Journal of Southern African Studies vol. 33, 521-538.
GILMOUR RH(2007). Missionaries, colonialism and language in nineteenth-century South Africa. History Compass vol. 5, (6) 1761-1777.
GILMOUR RH(2006). Grammars of Colonialism: Representing languages in colonial South Africa. Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke),
GILMOUR RH(2004). Colonization and Linguistic Representation: British Methodist Grammarians' Approaches to Xhosa (1834-1850). Missionary Linguistics/ Lingüística Misionera: Selected Papers from the First International Conference on Missionary Linguistics, John Benjamins Press (Amsterdam),
GILMOUR RH(2003). Heteroglossia in Lewis Grout's The Isizulu: Critical Theory and Missionary Linguistics. Henry Sweet society Bulletin vol. 41, 5-13.
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