Basing her intervention on empirical studies which cast light upon
the complex ways in which specific venues, acts, and bodies impact upon the dynamic interactions which take place in the space of the strip club, Pilcher concludes that such 'complexities' frequently work to consolidate, rather than challenge, heteronormative sexual scripts.
Loudon's purpose in writing this work appears not, however, to have been to cast light upon
how puerperal fever was understood at a time when it was prevalent, but rather to step back and take full advantage of his own medical background, and the benefit of hindsight to give an overview of the disease from a modern medical perspective using modern scientific and epidemiological approaches.
Because he does not rely upon the culture of his youth, and does not aspire to spirituality, he is content to cast light upon
authors who themselves are undermining everything in which he seems to believe.
He starts with striking instances of a given image before subtly analysing less evident cases, using the first to cast light upon
The registry has cast light upon
a potential medication error that could have medicolegal consequences.
allows Augustine to speak for himself, often simply presenting a selection of passages from Augustine's other works to cast light upon
a passage in the Confessions.
The battery housing can then be rotated to cast light upon
the e-reader and the flexible neck positioned to provide the desired screen illumination.
In the last three decades, and following the lead of George Rude and Edward Thompson, a host of historians -- early and modern -- have not only elaborated upon the political, social and cultural implications of riot and popular protest during the long eighteenth century, but they have done much to cast light upon
those men and women who made up the crowd and who participated in the plebeian politics of popular disturbance.