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Huw Robert Grange

Senior Academic Librarian

Job description

Subject librarian for health and care sciences

  • Huw Robert Grange :
    In all languages? How minority languages are excluded from scholarly publishing
    Insights: the UKSG journal 2024 DOI
  • Olaug S Lian, Sarah Joan Nettleton, Huw Robert Grange, Christopher Dowrick :
    ‘My cousin said to me..’ Patients’ use of third-party references to facilitate shared decision-making during naturally occurring primary care consultations
    Health 2023 ARKIV / DOI
  • Olaug S Lian, Sarah Nettleton, Huw R. Grange, Christopher Dowrick :
    ‘It feels like my metabolism has shut down’. Negotiating interactional roles and epistemic positions in a primary care consultation
    Health Expectations 20. January 2023 FULLTEKST / ARKIV / DOI
  • Olaug S. Lian, Sarah Joan Nettleton, Huw Robert Grange, Christopher Dowrick :
    ‘I’d best take out life insurance, then.’ Conceptualisations of risk and uncertainty in primary care consultations, and implications for shared decision-making
    Health, Risk and Society 2023 FULLTEKST / ARKIV / DOI
  • Huw R. Grange, Olaug S. Lian :
    "Doors started to appear:" A methodological framework for analyzing visuo-verbal data drawing on Roland Barthes's classification of text-image relations
    International Journal of Qualitative Methods (IJQM) 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Huw Grange :
    Writing disorder: The harmful and healing effects of writing in Hornbacher’s Wasted and other anorexia memoirs
    Text: Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs 31. October 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Huw R. Grange :
    Interpolation, dés-interpolation, ré-interpolation. Le Tristan en prose et l'Agravain
    Classiques Garnier 2021 ARKIV
  • Olaug S Lian, Sarah Nettleton, Huw R. Grange, Christopher Dowrick :
    “I’m not the doctor; I’m just the patient”: Patient agency and shared decision-making in naturally occurring primary care consultations
    Patient Education and Counseling 2021 ARKIV / FULLTEKST / DOI
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    'Ainssi comme ung beaux mirouer': A Medieval French Translation of Margaret of Oingt's 'Speculum'
    Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies 2018 DOI
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    French Didactic Works in Medieval Italy: The Case of the 'Dyalogue du pere et du filz'
    Vox Romanica 2018 DOI
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    A Manuscript Fragment in Châlons-en-Champagne, and V.IV. of the Prose 'Tristan'
    Mediaevistik 2016 DOI
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    A Paraphrase of the Miserere in Anglo-Norman Verse (Lambeth Palace, MS 431)
    Medium Ævum 2015
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    Fraudsters or Patriots? The Authors of the Lives of St Honorat
    Romania 2015
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    Guilhem de Cabestanh's Eaten Heart, Or the Dangers of Literalizing Troubadour Song
    Tenso 2012 DOI
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    Preacher, Dragon-Slayer, Soldier, Elephant: George the Miles Christi in Two Late Medieval French Versions of the George and the Dragon Story
    Reading Medieval Studies 2011
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    A Musico-Literary Commentary on Bernart de Ventadorn's 'Qan vei la laudeta mover' (Songbook G)
    Glossator 2011
  • Brent A. Pitts, Huw R. Grange :
    The Anglo-Norman Bible's Book of Judges: A Critical Edition (BL Royal 1 C III)
    Brepols 2022 ARKIV
  • Huw R. Grange :
    Saints and Monsters in Medieval French and Occitan Literature: Sublime and Abject Bodies
    Legenda 2017
  • Huw R. Grange :
    Hjerneføde: et nytt forskningsprosjekt ved UiT Norges arktiske universitet om det å skrive om spiseproblematikk
    ROSinfo 2022 ARKIV
  • Huw R. Grange :
    Jean de Joinville, "Life of Saint Louis"
    Bloomsbury Academic 2022
  • Huw R. Grange :
    Forsker Huw trenger deltakere - skal forske på hvordan korona påvirker de med spiseforstyrrelser
    13. March 2021

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    Research interests

    My research background is in language and literary studies. Following a PhD in French literature from the University of Cambridge, I worked as a post-doctoral researcher and Departmental Lecturer at the University of Oxford. Since 2019 I have conducted research within the field of Medical Humanities.


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