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    Historical Research for Higher Degrees in the United Kingdom vol. 76: Part II, Theses in Progress 2015

    Publisher
    Institute of Historical Research
    Editor(s)
    Sarah Mayhew Hinder, Emily Morrell, Jane Winters

    £15.00

    Lists over 3,000 theses in progress on 1 January 2015 in both history and other departments, classified according to period and area.

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    Historical Research for Higher Degrees in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland vol. 76: Part I, Theses Completed 2014

    Publisher
    Institute of Historical Research
    Editor(s)
    Emily Morrell, Jane Winters

    £10.00

    Lists more than 700 historical theses completed and approved in the previous calendar year, with an index of authors and subjects. Includes theses completed in the UK and the Republic of …

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    Reinventing History:The Enlightenment Origins of Ancient History

    Publisher
    Institute of Historical Research
    Editor(s)
    Ian Macgregor James Moore, Morris & Andrew J. Bayliss

    £5.00

    The eighteenth century was a critical period for the development of historical writing. Revolutions in archaeology, historical methodology and source criticism brought dramatic …

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    The Religious Houses of London and Middlesex

    Publisher
    Institute of Historical Research
    Editor(s)
    Caroline M. Barron & Matthew Davies

    £5.00

    The Religious Houses of London and Middlesex brings together, for the first time, the remarkably detailed accounts of the sixty-five religious houses in London and Middlesex that were originally published by …

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    Classics in practice. Studies in the history of scholarship

    Publisher
    Institute of Classical Studies
    Editor(s)
    Christopher Stray and Graham Whitaker

    £30.00

    This special Bulletin Supplement contains seven essays which deepen and extend our knowledge of classical reception and the history of scholarship. Two of them deal with books: John Davies examines …

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    Emotions between Greece and Rome

    Publisher
    Institute of Classical Studies
    Editor(s)
    Douglas Cairns and Laurel Fulkerson

    £30.00

    Emotion in the ancient Greek and Roman worlds is now an established field of research in classical studies, but so far scholars have made surprisingly few attempts to investigate the …

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    The afterlife of Ovid

    Publisher
    Institute of Classical Studies
    Editor(s)
    Peter Mack and John North

    £45.00

    Ovid was the most influential and widely imitated of all classical Latin poets. This volume publishes papers delivered at a conference on the Reception of Ovid in March 2013, jointly …

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    ErĂ´s and the Polis: love in context (BICS Supplement 119)

    Publisher
    Institute of Classical Studies
    Editor(s)
    Ed Sanders

    £24.00

    Arising out of a conference on ‘Erôs in Ancient Greece’, the articles in this volume share a historicizing approach to the conventions and expectations of erôs in the context of …

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    Philosophical Themes in Galen (Supplement 114)

    Publisher
    Institute of Classical Studies
    Editor(s)
    P Adamson, R Hansberger, J Wilberding

    £30.00

    Galen, the greatest figure in the history of pre-modern medicine, is also a significant figure in ancient philosophy. Not only is he a major source for many previous thinkers, such as …

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    Intercultural and Intertextual Encounters in Michael Roes's Travel Fiction

    Publisher
    Institute of Modern Languages Research
    Author(s)
    Seiriol Dafydd

    £20.00

    This book investigates a specific aspect of travel literature – the fictional travel novel – and one practitioner of that sub-genre – the contemporary German author Michael Roes (b. 1960). …

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