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EU Energy Union: Is There Anything New Under the Sun?
(Edinburgh Europa Institute, The University of Edinburgh., 2015-12-17)
Planetary Mining, Integrity and Containment
(Ashgate Publishing, 2015-08-28)
Projection Revelation and the Function of Perception
A Comparative Approach to Identifying the Irish in Long Eighteenth-Century London
Historians seeking to identify the Irish have overwhelmingly relied upon nominal record linkage, thus limiting studies to periods and contexts in which corroborating records exist. Surname analysis provides an alternative: ...
Rooting Memory, Rooting Place : Regionalism in the Twenty-First-Century American South
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2015-06-04)
This timely and incisive study reads contemporary literature and visual culture from the American South through the lens of cultural memory. Rooting texts in their regional locations, the book interrupts and questions the ...
The Modern Maverick Detective
Witchcraft and the Somerset idyll : The depiction of folk belief in Walter Raymond’s novels
The work of Walter Raymond (1852-1931) is now largely forgotten. Yet his Somerset novels, complemented by his ethnographic writings, contain depictions of local witchcraft belief that are worthy of study in literary and ...
From National Histories of Advice Discourse to a "Transatlantic Domestic Dialogue"
Contribution to a Society for the History of Women in the Americas (SHAW) series on the British Association of American Studies (BAAS) website U.S. Studies Online.
Philosophy, Myth and Epic Cinema : Beyond Mere Illusions
(Rowman & Littlefield International, 2015)
Philosophy, Myth and Epic Cinema looks at the power of cinema in creating ideas that inspire our culture. Sylvie Magerstädt discusses the relationship between art, illusion and reality, a theme that has been part of ...