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World Craft Series: Travel...

The last decades of the twentieth century have seen the emergence of new disciplines, as research has been focusing on trans-disciplinarity and cross-cultural studies. In the interrelation between 'crafting worlds' and translational issues, however, there are interstices and 'contact zones' that are still unexplored and neglected. Such cases and episodes account for the dynamics of power and ideology in the way the world is crafted through words and in the way spaces are described, possessed, an...

This "Self" Which Is Not O...

The “Self” Which is Not One: Women’s Life-Writing in French, assembles articles on women’s life-writing from diverse areas of the Francophone world. It is comprised of nine chapters that discuss female writers from North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, the Caribbean and Europe, in addition to French writers. The idea of the self is c...
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Teaching Psychology around...

This book updates the information in the first two volumes of Teaching Psychology around the World, providing a current overview of teaching psychology internationally. Psychology curricula continue to become increasingly internationalised; the book includes relevant information about and research on teaching from secondary, underg...
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Resource Curse Reduction t...

Productive activity characterized the lives of the citizens of the Gulf prior to the discovery of oil. Innovation is a result of productive activity. During the periods of difficult and trying circumstances, Gulf countries tended to innovate to ensure the sustainability of their citizens and their culture. Consequently, business in...
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Margaret Storm Jameson

From her birth in Whitby in 1891, to her death in Cambridge in 1986, Margaret Storm Jameson’s life and writing spanned the greater part of the twentieth century. She was, in every sense, a woman of her time, speaking to the long series of generations she lived through of their collective present, past and future. Out of her own lif...
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Holocaust of the East

Holocaust of the East is a remembrance of the tragedies past, recounting the partition of Hindustan into India and Pakistan. Through the mirror of history polished by time, this book hopes to lend the light of harmony through its own candid reflection. It is a book of reckoning, staying afloat over the ocean of vengeance and bloo...
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International Interplay

Are international tribunals heading towards greater sovereignty or towards greater liberalisation of property rights? Can we glean specific deductions from prevailing cases outside the expropriation arena? How can we justifiably extrapolate principles from international investment arbitration before modifying and applying these les...
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British-French Exchanges i...

France and Great Britain, so close geographically but separated by language, culture and history, had been exchanging merchandise, visitors, rulers and ideas for hundreds of years before the eighteenth century. The flow of traffic only quickened during this period, and became a flood, in the direction of Great Britain, during the d...
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1956 and all that

Through the Smoke of Budapest 50 Years OnThe February 2006 Conference of the London Socialist Historians Group was held at the Institute of Historical Research in central London, one of a series of such conferences over the previous ten years.Assembled were a modest group of academics and activists come to mark the 50th anniversary...
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Crash Cinema

Crash Cinema: Representation in Film is a collection of essays that emerged from Crash Cinema an annual symposium that is an integral part of the Bradford Film Festival at the National Media Museum (UK). The symposium was created by academics and curators who share the common aim of promoting the importance of film both as an acade...
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Bonds Across Borders

At both the theoretical and practical level, the relationship between women, gender, and international relations has become increasingly controversial in recent years. This collection of essays by twenty leading scholars and diplomatic practitioners from China, Hong Kong, the United States, and Great Britain crosses national, disc...
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Cesare Pugni

Cesare Pugni (1802–70) made his debut as a composer at La Scala in 1826 with the opera Elerz e Zulmida. In the 1840s he worked closely with the choreographer Jules Perrot (1810–92) in Paris and in London, creating some of the most renowned ballets of the 19th century, a number of which still find their place in some modern repertor...
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