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    • L. Throesch, Elizabeth (2017-01-02)
      Before Albert Einstein proposed the concept of four-dimensional spacetime, late Victorian scientists, radical philosophers and writers were discussing the possibility of a different kind of fourth dimension. Before Einstein ...
    • Gutjahr, Paul (2016-11-21)
      Bestsellers in Nineteenth Century America seeks to produce for students novels, poems and other printed material that sold extremely well when they first appeared in the United States. Many of the most famous American works ...
    • Goodhart, Charles; Gabor, Daniela; Vestergaard, Jakob; Ertürk, Ismail (2014-12-01)
      This book reflects on the innovations that central banks have introduced since the 2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers to improve their modes of intervention, regulation and resolution of financial markets and financial ...
    • Purton, Valerie (2013-09-15)
      ‘Darwin, Tennyson and Their Readers: Explorations in Victorian Literature and Science’ is an edited collection of essays from leading authorities in the field of Victorian literature and science, including Gillian Beer and ...
    • Stanley, Leonardo (2017-04-30)
      In the past, foreign shocks arrived to national economies mainly through trade channels, and transmissions of such shocks took time to come into effect. However, after capital globalization, shocks spread to markets almost ...
    • Bode, Katherine (2012-07-01)
      ‘Reading by Numbers: Recalibrating the Literary Field’ is the first book to use digital humanities strategies to integrate the scope and methods of book and publishing history with issues and debates in literary studies. ...
    • Barbalet, Jack; Possamai, Adam; S. Turner, Bryan (2011-12-15)
      With a clear statement of the theoretical issues in the debates about secularization and post-secularism, ‘Religion and the State: A Comparative Sociology’ considers a number of major case studies – from China, Europe, ...
    • Lundvall, Bengt-Åke (2016-12-01)
      ‘The Learning Economy and the Economics of Hope’ offers original insights in processes of innovation and learning and draws implications for economic theory and public policy. The book introduces the reader to important ...
    • Kadri, Ali (2016-10-01)
      Conditions of malnutrition, conflict, or a combination of both characterize many Arab countries, but this was not always so. As in much of the developing world, the immediate post-independence period represented an age of ...
    • Axelrad Cahan, Jean (2017-01-02)
      Water Security in the Middle East argues that, while conflicts over transboundary water systems in the Middle East do occur, they tend not to be violent nor are they the primary cause of a war in this region. The contributors ...