PHYSICAL REVIEW B 95, 161202(R) (2017) DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.95.161202
Posted by First Author Dr Christian Niedermeier, Imperial College London
Paper presented at the following conference: Neural Architectures for Fine-grained Entity Type Classification, tier-A Conference EACL 2017, Valencia, 3-7 April 2017 (This paper was 1 of 3 out of 119 to be given an "outstanding paper" award)
07 Apr 2017 Disability Innovation Summit
13-14 July 2017, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, London
Posted by Dr Catherine Holloway, University College London
05 Apr 2017 The Aesthetics and Affects of Cuteness
Published January 2017 by Routledge
Cuteness is one of the most culturally pervasive aesthetics of the new millennium and its rapid social proliferation suggests that the affective responses it provokes find particular purchase in a contemporary era marked by intensive media saturation and spreading economic precarity. Rejecting superficial assessments that would deem the ever-expanding plethora of cute texts trivial, The Aesthetics and Affects of Cuteness directs serious scholarly attention from a variety of academic disciplines to this ubiquitous phenomenon. The sheer plasticity of this minor aesthetic is vividly on display in this collection, which draws together analyses from around the world, including Japan, to examine cuteness’s fundamental role in cultural expressions stemming from such diverse sources as kawaii characters, military cultures, high-end contemporary art worlds, and animal shelters. Pushing beyond prevailing understandings that associate cuteness solely with childhood or which posit an interpolated parental bond as its primary affective attachment, the essays in this collection variously draw connections between cuteness and the social, political, economic and technological conditions of the early twenty-first century and in doing so generate fresh understandings of the central role cuteness plays in the recalibration of contemporary subjectivities. This book was produced in collaboration with colleagues in Tokyo, Trondheim and Amsterdam.
Posted by Co-Editor Professor Diane Negra, University College Dublin.
Jasmonate-Dependent and COI1-Independent Defense Responses Against Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in Arabidopsis thaliana: Auxin is Part of COI1-Independent Defense Signaling
Henrik U. Stotz, Yusuke Jikumaru, Yukihisa Shimada, Eriko Sasaki, Nadja Stingl, Martin J. Mueller and Yuji Kamiya
Plant Cell Physiol. 52(11): 1941–1956 (2011) doi:10.1093/pcp/pcr127
Role of camalexin, indole glucosinolates, and side chain modification of glucosinolate-derived isothiocyanates in defense of Arabidopsis against Sclerotinia sclerotiorum
Henrik U. Stotz, Yuji Sawada, Yukihisa Shimada, Masami Y. Hirai, Eriko Sasaki, Markus Krischke, Paul D. Brown, Kazuki Saito and Yuji Kamiya
The Plant Journal, (2011), doi: 10.1111/j.1365-313X.2011.04578.x