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  1. 500 Wondercrump Words: How young writers use Roald Dahl’s language

    Rennie, Susan
    Blog for OUP Education.

  2. A Case of Study on Translations and Reception of Pirandello’s Theatrical Works

    Segnini, Elisa
    This website was developed within the project “Translating Culture for the Stage: the Case of Luigi Pirandello” directed by Elisa Segnini and funded by the Canadian Sciences and Humanities Research Council. It examines the reception of Questa sera si recita a soggetto from the prima assoluta in Königsberg till today. The bibliography lists a wide range of academic articles, theatre reviews published in international newspapers, as well as photographs of the various mise en scènes. The website also features a list of translations in various languages and two comparative analyses of translations of Questa sera si recita a soggetto. Finally, it...

  3. Association Benjamin Fondane

    Salazar-Ferrer, Olivier
    This is the website of the International Association Benjamin Fondane (Paris) gathering data, documents and information on events about the Romanian-French poet, philosopher, director of films, writer Benjamin Fondane (1898-1944). I am the webmaster of the website.

  4. A clever and dangerous move - or: a Roman Court goes Lutheran

    Tams, Christian J.
    No abstract available.

  5. Missing the target: the UK scholarly communications license

    Wulf, Karin; Newman, Simon
    Analysis of the proposed new UK Scholarly Communications Licence.

  6. The whys and why nots of taking primary pupils on a farm visit

    Mattu, Leanne; Wood, Bethan
    In keeping with Scottish education historically, the importance of outdoor learning is emphasised in the Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) guidelines (Beames et al., 2009). There had been an apparent decline in time spent outdoors by pupils (Ross et al., 2007), and the guidelines seemed to offer an opportunity to address this. The CfE curriculum design principles also emphasised relevant learning. Since around 80% of Scottish land is agricultural (Scottish Government, n.d.), and the food and drink industry makes a major contribution to the economy (FDFS, n.d.), learning about food and farming is clearly relevant. Furthermore, in Scotland as elsewhere, there...

  7. The Weaver's Cottage in Islay

    Leask, Nigel
    No abstract available.

  8. Understanding the British Election: an interview with Neil Davidson

    Davidson, Neil
    No abstract available.

  9. The cuts are no less frightening because they are made by Syriza

    Tsakiroglou, Tasos; Davidson, Neil
    No abstract available.

  10. Scotland After Brexit

    Davidson, Neil
    Scotland wants to remain in the European Union — and that might make a left-wing break from the United Kingdom impossible.

  11. Eskoziako gizartea berpiztu duen galdera = [The question that revived Scottish society]

    Arrate, Asier; McAlpine, Robin; Davidson, Neil
    No abstract available.

  12. A Socialist Case for Leaving the EU

    Davidson, Neil
    No abstract available.

  13. 2nd Annual Black Feminism, Womanism and the Politics of Women of Colour in Europe: closing remarks

    Marcus, Geetha
    No abstract available.

  14. Pixel vs Pigment. The goal of Virtual Reality in Archaeology

    Pujol-Tost, Laia
    No abstract available.

  15. Mixed Exhibits: The best of both worlds?

    Pujol-Tost, Laia
    No abstract available.

  16. The Gabii Project: Excavations at the ancient Latin city of Gabii, a neighboring and rival city-state to Rome in the 1st Millennium BCE

    Opitz, Rachel; Mogetta, Marcello; Terrenato, Nicola
    Since 2009 the Gabii Project, an international archaeological initiative led by Nicola Terrenato and the University of Michigan, has been investigating the ancient Latin town of Gabii, which was both a neighbor of, and a rival to, Rome in the first millennium BC. The trajectory of Gabii, from an Iron Age settlement to a flourishing mid-Republican town to an Imperial agglomeration widely thought to be in decline, provides a new perspective on the dynamics of settlement in central Italy. This archive is based on the Gabii Project’s first digital publication, which focuses on the construction, inhabitation, and repurposing of a...

  17. Review of: Eric Toshalis (2015) Make Me! Understanding and Engaging Student Resistance in School, Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

    Farrar, Jennifer
    No abstract available.

  18. ‘Too learned and poetical for our audience’? Teaching early modern English literature and classical adaptation

    Heavey, Katherine

  19. Bringing it all back home: Zygmunt Bauman on modernity

    Dawson, Matt

  20. A salute to the ‘exegetical Giddens’: Durkheim scholar

    Dawson, Matt

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