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    “A very promising appearance”: credit, honor, and deception in the emerging market for American debt, 1784-92

    Tom Cutterham, 1 Oct 2018, In: William and Mary Quarterly. 75, 4, p. 623-650 28 p.

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    “A valid electoral exercise”? Uganda's 1980 Elections and the Observers’ Dilemma

    Nic Cheeseman, Jan 2017, In: Comparative Studies in Society and History. 59, 1, p. 211-238 27 p.

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    “A fraud, a drunkard, and a worthless scamp”: estate agents, regulation, and Realtors in the interwar period

    Mark Latham, 2017, In: Business History. 59, 5, p. 690-709

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    “A demarcation in the hearts”: everyday urban frontiers in Beirut

    Sara Fregonese, Jun 2019, Routledge Handbook on Middle East Cities. Routledge, 12 p.

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    “A Shop Window for Outrage”: Harold Pinter’s Ashes to Ashes, In-Yer Face Theater and the Royal Court’s 1996 West End Season

    Graham Saunders, 2020, (Accepted/In press) After In-Yer-Face Theatre Remnants of a Theatrical Revolution. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 20 p.

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    “A Ruinous Monastery”: The Second Blackfriars Playhouse as a Place of Nostalgia

    Tiffany Stern, 6 Mar 2014, Moving Shakespeare Indoors :Performance and Repertoire in the Jacobean Playhouse. Gurr, A. & Karim-Cooper, F. (eds.). Cambridge University Press, p. 97-114

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    “A Perverted Taste”: Italian depictions of Cloth and Puberty in mid-19th-century century Marble

    Claire Jones, 8 Feb 2018, The Erotic Cloth: Seduction and Fetishism in Textiles. Kettle, A. & Millar, L. (eds.). Bloomsbury Academic, p. 36-47

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    “A Novel Approach to Case Based Discussions”

    Ian Davison, 7 Jul 2015, In: Applied Clinical Research, Clinical Trials and Regulatory Affairs. 1, 3, p. 145-148

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    “A Door of Hell”: thresholds, crisis, and morality in the art of Gilbert and George in the 1970s

    Gregory Salter, 7 Aug 2018, In: British Art Studies. August 2018 , 9, gsalter.

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    “'Lappin and Lapinova': A Woolf in Hare's Clothing?"

    Kathryn Simpson, 1 Jun 2011, Virginia Woolf and the Natural World: Selected Papers from the Twentieth International Conference on Virginia Woolf.

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    ‚“Wörter sind nicht unschuldig“: Zum Stellenwert des Wörterbuchs des Unmenschen im Selbstfindungsprozess der neuen Sprachkritik’.

    Bill Dodd, 2011, in Jürgen Schiewe (ed.), Sprachkritik und Sprachkultur. Konzepte und Impulse für Wissenschaft und Öffentlichkeit. . Bremen: Hempen Verlag

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    ’the insect remains’ pp. 204-207 in (). Museum of London Archaeology, London.

    David Smith & Emma Tetlow, 2014, Roman- British roundhouses to Medieval parish: Excavations at 10 Gresham Street, City of London, 1999-2002.. Casson, L., Drummond-Murray, J. & Francis, A. (eds.). London: Museum of London Achaeology Service, Vol. 67. p. 204-207 4 p. (Museum of London Archaeology Mongraph ; vol. 67).

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    ’Zwischen den Zeilen gelesen’: Dolf Sternberger Über die Nachahmung (1942). Eine Probe aufs Exempel

    Bill Dodd, 1 Jan 2008, Gerettet und zugleich von Scham verschlungen. Neue Annäherungen an die Literatur der ‚Inneren Emigration'.

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    ‘“shop windows blazing; and women gazing”: Woolf, Commodity Culture and the Gift Economy’

    Kathryn Simpson, 1 Jan 2012, A Contemporary Woolf / Woolf Contemporaine.

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    ‘“Theatre” and “Play+House”: Naming Spaces in the Time of Shakespeare’

    Tiffany Stern, 2021, (Accepted/In press) Playing and Playgoing . smith, S. & whip day, E. (eds.). Cambridge University Press

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    ‘“Some people never expect to be expected”: Penelope Fitzgerald’

    19 Dec 2019, In: London Review of Books. 41, 24, p. 25-26 2 p.

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    ‘“I see no instruments, nor hands that play”: Antony and Cleopatra and visual musical experience

    Simon Smith, Jul 2015, The senses in early modern England, 1558-1660. Smith, S., Watson, J. & Kenny, A. (eds.). Manchester: Manchester University Press, p. 167-184

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    ‘“I loathe the thought of suffrage sex wars being brought into it”: Institutional conservatism in early twentieth-century women’s art organisations’

    Zoe Thomas, 2018, Suffrage and the Arts: Visual culture, politics, and enterprise. Thomas, Z. & Garrett, M. (eds.). Bloomsbury

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    ‘“Di temenza è sciolto”: pensiero e poesia della soglia

    Paola Cori, 2011, In: Rivista Internazionale di Studi Leopardiani. 7, p. 41-68

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    ‘“And your father sees you”: paternity in Alexander’

    Gideon Nisbet, 30 Mar 2012, Philip II and Alexander the Great: Father and Son, Lives and Afterlives. Carney, B. & Ogden, D. (eds.).

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    ‘‘And He, That Did it Out of French Translait’’: Cleriadus in France, England and Scotland, c. 1440-1550

    Emily Wingfield, 2011, In: Neophilologus. 94, p. 649-660 11 p.

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    ‘ … But we are academics!’ a reflection on using arts-based research activities with university colleagues

    Amy Burge, 1 Jun 2016, In: Teaching in Higher Education. 21, 6, p. 730-737

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    ‘« Translaté de vieil langaige et prose en nouveau et rime »: la Théséide de Boccace et Le Beau roman d’Anne de Graville’

    Elizabeth L'Estrange, Sep 2017, Boccaccio e la Francia-Boccace et la France. Robin, A. & Guérin, P. (eds.). Florence: Cesati, p. 293-306

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    ‘within the reach of all’: bringing art to the people in interwar Britain

    Emma West, May 2020, In: Modernist Cultures. 15, 2, p. 225-252 28 p.

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    ‘too beautiful’: useless art and the queerly optimistic Make Your Own Brainard Project

    Rona Cran, 31 Mar 2021, In: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities. 2021, 00, p. 1-16

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    ‘the medium is the message’: Re-reading William Burroughs, from Junky to Nova Express

    Rona Cran, 3 Apr 2013, In: HARTS & Minds. 1, 1

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    ‘leaving a legacy’: documentary work in a learning environment

    Julie Gilson, 2017, In: European Political Science. 16

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    ‘[M]anly beauty and muscular strength’: Sculpture, sport and the nation at the Crystal Palace, 1854-1918

    Kate Nichols, Jan 2017, After 1851: the material and visual cultures of the Crystal Palace at Sydenham. Nichols, K. & Turner, S. (eds.). Manchester: Manchester University Press, p. 97-121 25 p.

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    ‘[A] novel should be the biography of a man or of an affair, and a biography, whether of a man or an affair, should be a novel’: Ford Madox Ford and Modernist Experiments in Biography

    Max Saunders, 2017, Experiments in Life-Writing. Boldrini, L. & Novak, J. (eds.). Palgrave Macmillan, p. 39-59 21 p. (Palgrave Studies in Life Writing).

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    ‘Zones of contention’ in industrial relations: Framing pluralism as praxis

    Tony Dobbins, 26 Sep 2020, In: Journal of Industrial Relations.

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    ‘Your HIV-­positive sperm, my trans­-dyke uterus': anti/futurity and the politics of bareback sex between Guillaume Dustan and Beatriz Preciado

    Elliot Evans, 1 Feb 2015, In: Sexualities. 18, 1-2, p. 127-­140 14 p.

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    ‘You feel like you haven’t got any control’: a qualitative study of side effects from medicines

    Anthony Cox, 1 Feb 2019, In: Journal of Patient Safety and Risk Management. 24, 1, p. 13-24 12 p.

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    ‘Wolverhampton’

    Malcolm Dick, 1 Mar 2004, In: Your Family Tree.

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    ‘With my Face to my Bitter Foes’: Nana’s War 1880-1881

    Robert (written) Bob (verbal) Watt, 15 Jun 2019, Helion & Company. 365 p.

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    ‘With Every Inconceivable Finesse, Excess, and Good Music’: Sex, Affect, and Techno at Snax Club in Berlin

    Luis-Manuel Garcia, Dec 2018, Dreams of Germany: Musical Imaginaries from the Concert Hall to the Dance Floor. Gregor, N. & Irvine, T. (eds.). New York: Berghahn Books Inc., p. 73-96 24 p.

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    ‘Witchcraft and a Life in the New South Africa’ by Isak Niehaus’, book review

    Maxim Bolt, 25 Jan 2016, In: Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 22, 1, p. 31-33

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    ‘Why shareholders shouldn’t vote: a Marxist-progressive critique of shareholder empowerment’ Modern Law Review

    Lorraine Talbot, 1 Sep 2013, In: Modern Law Review. 76, 5, p. 791-816 26 p.

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    ‘We're reaping what we sowed’ : everyday crisis narratives and acquiescence to the age of austerity

    2014, In: New Political Economy. p. 1-23

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    ‘We the Peoples’: Contending Discourses of Security in Human Rights Theory and Practice

    Nick Wheeler, 1 Mar 2004, In: International Relations. 18, 1, p. 9-23

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    ‘We Refugees’: Biopower, Cosmopolitanism and Hospitality, Between Camps and Encampments

    Nicholas Peim, 31 Aug 2016, Cosmopolitanism: Educational, Philosophical and Historical Perspectives. Papastephanou, M. (ed.). Springer, p. 187- 199 12 p. (Contemporary Philosophies and Theories in Education).

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    ‘Up or Out’ – Means or Ends? Staff Retention in Large Law Firms

    Robert Lee, 24 Nov 2000, Discriminating Lawyers. Thomas, P. A. (ed.). 1 ed. Cavendish, p. 183-200 18 p.

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    ‘Understanding diversity: Creating opportunities’: Ethnicity, Attainment and Post-16 Participation

    Carole Torgerson, 1 Nov 2007.

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    ‘To-Day and To-Morrow’: Modernism and Futurology

    Max Saunders, 2020, Literature and Modern Time: Technological Modernity; Glimpses of Eternity; Experiments with Time . Ferguson, T. (ed.). Palgrave Macmillan, p. 233-251

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    ‘To return into Vabrillax’: fragments of a new early modern prose romance [with text]

    Tom Lockwood, 22 Aug 2018, In: English Literary Renaissance. 48, 2, p. 136-159 24 p.

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    ‘They look into our lips’: negotiation of the citizenship ceremony as authoritative discourse

    Adrian Blackledge, 2015, In: Journal of Language and Politics. 14, 3, p. 382-405

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    ‘They did things differently then’: diversity and challenge from Key Stage 1

    Darius Jackson, 1 Sep 2011, In: Education 3-13. 39, 4, p. 373-382 10 p.

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    ‘There Is No Alternative’? The role of depoliticisation in the emergence of populism

    Jake Scott, 21 Feb 2021, In: Politics.

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    ‘The ‘Minimalist’ Approach to Minimum Standards of Procedural Fairness’

    Astrid Sanders, 1 Jan 2008, In: Industrial Law Journal. 37, p. 89-99 11 p.

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    ‘The wide and the narrow gate’: Benchmarking in the SCM Agreement after the Canada–Renewable Energy/FIT Ruling

    Luca Rubini, 1 Apr 2015, In: World Trade Review. 14, 02, p. 211-237 27 p.

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    ‘The thrill of doing it live’: devising and performing Katie Mitchell’s international multimedia productions

    Adam Ledger, 30 Jul 2017, Contemporary Approaches to Adaptation in Theatre. Reilly, K. (ed.). Palgrave Macmillan, (Adaptation in Theatre and Performance).

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    ‘The language of shirkers and scroungers?’: Talking about illness, disability and coalition welfare reform

    Kayleigh Garthwaite, 19 Apr 2011, In: Disability & Society. p. 369-372 4 p.

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    ‘The exploding plastic inevitable’: ‘Branding being’, brand Warhol & the factory years

    Finola Kerrigan, 1 Jun 2013, In: Scandinavian Journal of Management. 29, 2, p. 184-193

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    ‘The evangelisation of the nation, the revitalisation of the Church and the transformation of society’: megachurches and social engagement

    Andrew Davies, Nov 2019, Handbook of Megachurches. Hunt, S. J. (ed.). Leiden: Brill, p. 214-239 (Brill Handbooks on Contemporary Religion; vol. 19).

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    ‘The end of local government as we know it’: what next for adult social care?

    Jon Glasby, 2015, Social Policy Review 27: Analysis and Debate in Social Policy, 2015. Irving, Z., Fenger, M. & Hudson, J. (eds.). Bristol: The Policy Press

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    ‘The Study of Historical Performance’

    Tiffany Stern, 24 Mar 2016, Shakespeare in Our Time . Callaghan, D. & Gossett, S. (eds.). Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare

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    ‘The Sinewes of Truth’: Binding Law and Emotion in Thomas Tomkis’s Lingua

    Toria Johnson, Jan 2018, In: Forum for Modern Language Studies. 54, 1, p. 17-31 15 p.

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    ‘The Righteous Considereth the Cause of the Poor’? Public Attitudes towards Poverty in Developing Countries

    David Hudson, 2010, In: Political Studies. 58, 3, p. 389-409

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    ‘The Right Ventricle in Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome’

    Fang Gao Smith, 4 Mar 2017, In: Chest.

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    ‘The Poet from the Periphery’: Derek Walcott, Prestige and Literary Centrality

    Dorothy Butchard, Oct 2014, In: Comparative Critical Studies. 11, Supplement, p. 45-60 16 p.

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    ‘The Masque Being Endid’: A New Epilogue from British Library MS Add. 22582

    Tom Lockwood, Mar 2013, In: Notes and Queries. n.s. 60, p. 52-4 3 p.

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    ‘The Lady Interviewer and her methods’: Chatter, Celebrity and Reading Communities

    Rebecca Roach, 1 Dec 2017, Women's Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain, 1918-1939: the Interwar Period. Clay, C., DiCenzo, M., Green, B. & Hackney, F. (eds.). Edinburgh University Press, (The Edinburgh History of Women's Periodical Culture in Britian).

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    ‘The Darroch affair’: Assemblage lines, components, and transformations

    Julian Clark, 1 Jan 2021, In: Political Geography. 84, p. 1-10 10 p.

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    ‘The Colony: its Guilty Secret and its Accursed Share’

    Louise Hardwick (Translator), 1 Jan 2009, Terror and the Postcolonial. Boehmer, E. & Morton, S. (eds.).

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    ‘The Camel: Perspectives and Meanings in Medieval Literature’

    Nigel Harris, 1 Jan 2007, Fauna and Flora in the Middle Ages. Studies of the Medieval Environment and its Impact on the Human Mind. Papers Delivered at the International Medieval Congress, Leeds, in 2000, 2001,and 2003 (Beihefte zur Mediaevistik). Vol. 8.

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