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    • Tomašovičová, Jana (2021)
      New technologies have revealed previously unknown and invisible parts of the human body and made it visible at the molecular level, revealing in turn more detailed structures and arrangements than those which were previously ...
    • Karcic, Hikmet (2022)
      Half a century after the Holocaust, on European soil, Bosnian Serbs orchestrated a system of concentration camps where they subjected their Bosniak Muslim and Bosnian Croat neighbors to torture, abuse, and killing. Foreign ...
    • Kim, Dong Jung (2022)
      When does a reigning great power of the international system supplement military containment of a challenging power by restricting its economic exchanges with that state? Scholars of great power politics have traditionally ...
    • Visoka, Gezim; Lemay-Hebert, Nicolas (2022)
      As we face new challenges from climate change and the rise of populism in Western politics and beyond, there is little doubt that we are entering a new configuration of world politics. Driven by nostalgia for past certainties ...
    • Baumert, Felix (2022)
      Ein Bewusstsein von Gestaltungsfreiheiten gesellschaftlichen Fortschritts - das ist auch in der Zeit nach der Französischen Revolution im langen 19. Jahrhundert keine Selbstverständlichkeit. Felix Baumert zieht Alexis de ...
    • Ahmed, Asad Q. (2022)
      Palimpsests of Themselves is an intervention in current discussions about the fate of philosophy in postclassical Islamic intellectual history. Asad Q. Ahmed uses as a case study the most advanced logic textbook of Muslim ...
    • Henry, Todd A. (2020)
      Since the end of the nineteenth century, the Korean people have faced successive waves of foreign domination, authoritarian regimes, forced dispersal, and divided development. Throughout these turbulent times, “queer” ...
    • Naveed, Arif (2021)
      This chapter draws upon 28 semi-structured interviews with the fathers, mothers and one of their sons and daughters (aged 25+) in eight families living in the same poor rural community in Punjab. It develops an understanding ...
    • Yorke, Louise; Rose, Pauline; Pankhurst, Alula (2021)
      In this chapter we consider why education systems have not yet achieved equitable access and learning for all girls, despite high-level government commitment. Taking Ethiopia as a case study, we refer to the ‘domains of ...
    • Rose, Pauline; Arnot, Madeleine; Jeffery, Roger; Singal, Nidhi (2021)
      "The introduction explains the rationale for focusing on education reform in relation to the tackling of social inequality in Southern contexts. The aim of the book is to bring together the analysis of past evidence of ...
    • Jolly, Richard (2021)
      Education
    • Rose, Pauline; Arnot, Madeleine; Jeffery, Roger; Singal, Nidhi (2021)
      This book offers in-depth analyses of how education interacts with social inequality in Southern contexts. Drawing on a range of disciplinary frameworks, it presents new analyses of existing knowledge and new empirical ...
    • Mitchell, Paul Mark (2021)
      Assessing the value for money offered by new health technologies is playing an increasingly important role in aiding decision-making in health and care. Even in a pre-COVID-19 world, international healthcare systems ...
    • Schildmann, Jan; Buch, Charlotte; Zerth, Jürgen (2021)
      medical interventions
    • Coriat, Anne-Marie (2021)
      Whilst there are many common features in doctoral training across the world, there is considerable variation in how training is delivered, funded and supported. Approaches vary depending on the nature of the degree, on ...
    • Lee, Anne; Bongaardt, Rob (2021)
      This book explores the future of doctoral research and what it means to be involved in all stages of the process, providing international insights into what’s changing, why it’s changing and how to work best with these ...
    • Baraitser, Lisa; Brook, William (2021)
      This paper opens up the relationship between vulnerability and the temporalities of care. It takes ‘care’ as not just a material practice that supports, manages and sustains vulnerable bodies, but as a temporal practice, ...
    • Browne, Victoria; DANELY, Jason; Rosenow, Doerthe (2021)
      Vulnerability is a fundamental aspect of existence, giving rise to the need for care in various forms. Yet we are not all vulnerable in the same way, and not all vulnerabilities are equally recognised or cared for. This ...
    • Ulnicane, Inga; Knight, William; Leach, Tonii; Stahl, Bernd Carsten; Wanjiku, Winter-Gladys (2022)
      This chapter aims to contribute to AI research by providing insights into policy dynamics and content. Using concepts and insights from social studies of emerging sciences and technologies such as performative function of ...