Recent Submissions

  • Cantor, David (2021)
    In 1949 the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the Canadian Department of National Health and Welfare (DNHW) commissioned a film, eventually called Challenge. Science Against Cancer, as part of a major effort to ...
  • Marais, Hein (2022)
    As jobs disappear and wages flatline, paid work is an increasingly fragile basis for dignified life. This predicament, deepened by the COVID-19 pandemic, is sparking urgent debates about alternatives such as a universal ...
  • Balme, Christopher; Fisher, Tony (2021)
    Theatre Institutions in Crisis examines how theatre in Europe is beset by a crisis on an institutional level and the pressing need for robust research into the complex configuration of factors at work that are leading to ...
  • Aronov, Boris S. (2022)
    The book is the most comprehensive coverage of piezoelectric acoustic transducers and all the related aspects of practical transducer designing for underwater applications in the field. It uses a physics-based energy method ...
  • Iphofen, Ron; O'Mathúna, Dónal (2022)
    EPDF and EPUB available Open Access under CC-BY-NC-ND licence. This important book offers practical advice for using evidence and research in policymaking. The book has two aims. First, it builds a case for ethics and ...
  • Auer, Petra; Berti, Francesca; Bešić, Edvina; Cappello, Silver; caprara, barbara; chipa, stefania; Corsini, Cristiano; CURTO, NATASCIA; Floridia, Aurora; Galletti, Alessandra; Hamacher, Catalina; IANES, Dario; Kopp-Sixt, Silvia; Lenke, Ira; MANGIATORDI, ANDREA; Marchisio, Cecilia Maria; Moscato, Giuseppe; Seitz, Simone; Weyland, Beate; DEMO, Heidrun; Cappello, Silver; MACCHIA, Vanessa (2022)
    The inequalities in education, which have also been exposed by the pandemic, highlight the need for alternatives and new horizons. The seventh edition of the conference series "Didattica e Inclusione Scolastica – Inclusion ...
  • Aronov, Boris S. (2022)
    The book presents a broad-scope analysis of piezoelectric electromechanical transducers and the related aspects of practical transducer design for underwater applications. It uses an energy method for analyzing transducer ...
  • Bakkes, Jan; Cheatle, Marion; Mžavanadze, Nora; Pintér, László; Witt, Ronald G. (2022)
    How do we take stock of the state and direction of the world’s environment, and what can we learn from the experience? Among the myriad detailed narratives about the condition of the planet, the Global Environment Outlook ...
  • Fresnoza-Flot, Asuncion; Liu-Farrer, Gracia (2022)
    The emotional, social, and economic challenges faced by migrants and their families are interconnected through complex decisions related to mobility. Tangled Mobilities examines the different crisscrossing and intersecting ...
  • Thomas, Jane Murphy (2022)
    Drawing on the Pakistan Earthquake Reconstruction and Recovery Project (PERRP), this volume explores the sociocultural side of post-disaster infrastructure reconstruction. As the latter is often fraught with delays and ...
  • Farley, Mike; Jones, Gillian (2012)
    The excavation of an area within the grounds of the Prebendal, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, adjacent to the parish church of St Mary's, showed that the town, which lies on a slight spur, is sited within a univallate Iron ...
  • Sonar, Arne; Weber, Karsten (2022)
    Der Einsatz von künstlicher Intelligenz im Gesundheitsbereich verspricht besonders großen Nutzen durch eine bessere Versorgung sowie effizientere Abläufe und bietet damit letztlich auch ökonomische Vorteile. Dem stehen ...
  • Richards, Colin; Jones, Richard; Jeffrey, Stuart (2021)
    Considering that Orkney is a group of relatively small islands lying off the northeast coast of the Scottish mainland, its wealth of Neolithic archaeology is truly extraordinary. An assortment of houses, chambered cairns, ...
  • Whittle, Alasdair (1999)
    Three circuits of ditches comprise the Windmill Hill enclosure, which was re-examined in 1988 as part of wider research into the area's Neolithic sequence and environment, and the context in which monuments were built, ...
  • Barber, Luke; Priestley-Bell, Greg (2008)
    Romney Marsh is the largest coastal lowland on the south coast of England. Since 1991 excavations in advance of gravel extraction around Lydd on Romney Marsh, have uncovered large areas of medieval landscape, one of the ...
  • Flynn, Susan (2022)
    This collection critiques the rhetoric of ‘smart cities’. It seeks to engender a timely debate about what future cities might look like and what their concerns should be. Using a multi-disciplinary perspective, it features ...
  • Hurst, Derek (2017)
    The West Midlands has struggled archaeologically to project a distinct regional identity, having largely been defined by reference to other areas with a stronger cultural identity and history, such as Wessex the South-West, ...
  • Pearson, Michael Parker; Field, N. (2003)
    Fiskerton, located in the Witham valley of Lincoln, is one of only a handful of excavated sites in Europe to reveal the Iron Age practice of ritually destroying special and elite objects by placing them in a body of water. ...
  • Gasché, Rodolphe (2018)
    In Storytelling, Rodolphe Gasché reexamines the muteness of Holocaust survivors, that is, their inability to tell their stories. This phenomenon has not been explained up to now without reducing the violence of the events ...
  • Whittle, Alasdair (1997)
    The excavations at Silbury Hill in the late 1960s were broadcast to the world on television and generated a huge amount of excitement, but until now have not been published. This report gives a full account of the excavation ...

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