Publications

The School has a large and thriving publishing programme, encompassing monographs, collected essays, conference proceedings, lectures, guides and handbooks, editions and research directories, and scholarly journals.

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    Recasting Commodity and Spectacle in the Indigenous Americas

    Publisher
    Institute of Latin American Studies
    Editor(s)
    Helen Gilbert, Charlotte Gleghorn

    £20.00

    Indigenous artists frequently voice concerns over the commodification of their cultures, a process acutely felt by those living with the consequences of colonialism. This timely book, which features colour illustrations …

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    Democracy in Mexico: Attitudes and perceptions of citizens at national and local level

    Publisher
    Institute of Latin American Studies
    Author(s)
    Salvador Martí i Puig , Reynaldo Yunuen Ortega Ortíz , Mª Fernanda Somuano Ventura and Claire Wright

    £25.00

    Democracy in Mexico. Attitudes and perceptions of citizens at national and local level, offers an important contribution to one of the more complex and multifaceted political processes of recent decades …

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    The Victoria History of Herefordshire: Eastnor

    Publisher
    Institute of Historical Research
    Author(s)
    Janet Cooper , David Whitehead , Sylvia Pinches

    £7.00

    Eastnor is the first parish history to be produced by the Trust for the Victoria County History of Herefordshire, and complements some of the work on Ledbury undertaken for …

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    Obama's Washington: Political Leadership in a Partisan Era

    Publisher
    Institute of Latin American Studies
    Editor(s)
    Clodagh Harrington

    £20.00

    This volume contains a vibrant set of insightful essays which examine the array of challenges facing the Obama administration, and the president himself. Topics range from how best to manage a …

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    Three Essays on the 'Hildebrandslied'

    Publisher
    Institute of Modern Languages Research
    Editor(s)
    A.T. Hatto
    Author(s)
    Frederick Norman

    £0.00

    All who have concerned themselves seriously with Germanic heroic poetry will know the name of Frederick Norman, and they will know it for the quality rather than the quantity of what …

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    Germany's Present, Germany's Past

    Publisher
    Institute of Modern Languages Research
    Author(s)
    Ian Kershaw

    £0.00

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    Teachers of History 2015

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

    £15.00

    Lists almost 3,000 people teaching history in United Kingdom and Irish universities and colleges of higher education Gives full degrees and honours for each teacher, with the teaching position held Describes each individual’s …

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    The Muses and their Afterlife in Post-Classical Europe

    Publisher
    Warburg Institute
    Editor(s)
    Kathleen W. Christian, Clare E. L. Guest and Claudia Wedepohl

    £60.00

    This interdisciplinary collection of essays, presented at the Warburg Institute in 2009, considers the identity of the Muses in Antiquity and through centuries of their afterlife, tracing their religious, educational …

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    Beyond Glitter and Doom. The Contingency of the Weimar Republic

    Publisher
    Institute of Modern Languages Research
    Editor(s)
    Jochen Hung , Godela Weiss-Sussex , Geoff Wilkes

    £20.00

    The Weimar Republic has received more attention in academic research and popular culture than almost any other period in German history. Nevertheless, its prevailing historical image remains surprisingly simplistic: it is …

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    In Protest: 150 Poems for Human Rights

    Publisher
    Institute of Commonwealth Studies, Human Rights Consortium
    Editor(s)
    Helle Abelvik-Lawson , Anthony Hett and Laila Sumpton

    £7.99

    In Protest: 150 Poems for Human Rights is an anthology of new poetry exploring human rights and social justice themes. This collection, a collaboration between the Human Rights Consortium at the …

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BEING HUMAN FESTIVAL | 15–23 NOVEMBER 

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Visit our Being Human festival website to see the over 150 free events the School is leading across the UK.

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MA IN REFUGEE PROTECTION (DISTANCE)

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The Refugee Law Initiative is pioneering a distance learning course on refugee and migration studies to play its part in addressing the problems caused by the escalating global refugee crisis.

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In Protest: 150 Poems for Human Rights

In Protest: 150 Poems for Human Rights

Helle Abelvik-Lawson Anthony Hett and Laila Sumpton

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