All posts by Dr Charlie Mansfield

Lecturer in Tourism Management and French, Plymouth University

Stories in Heritage Tourism

Please help my postgraduate’s research by answering her questionnaire online here. She is examining how narrative is used in heritage tourism Questions Very many thanks. Torre Abbey, Torquay, Devon UK

Les récits de voie

Aug 12, 2017 |

RFI, the French international radio service now offer space to share your work in French language and culture. Of course, being radio, you are encouraged to record and upload mp3 audio files rather than just plain text.  Do join in, and let me know if you post anything to their site. Listen to the intro […more]

New editor in WordPress App

Jul 18, 2017 |

This is a test on the iPhone of the new editor in the WordPress App. It lets you write and publish new posts on the go. My latest news is the publication of an article on Christine de Pizan in the academic journal Digital Philology. Cover photo uploaded from camera roll on iPhone very quickly.

Anywhere

Jul 4, 2017 |

Anywhere was due out 30th June 2017, details on Triarchy’s web-site at www.triarchypress.net My copy arrived from Amazon on 4th July 2017 … it is compelling reading; busy images from the seaside towns of the English Riviera make their appearance dashing on-stage for a few lines so that no discernible plot begins to thicken. But then, imperceptibly […more]

Fragments of the Metropolis

May 29, 2017 |

As the poet-narrator in Europa continues the journey into the third rune, Faux-bourgs, new languages emerge.  These require new metrical structures.  I studied for a long time to discover a suitable metrical shape for ‘Mauer, meaning Wall’.  The metrical structures of Hopkins’ ‘The Wreck of the Deutschland’ are extremely demanding for the English performer.  Consider […more]