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Early modern German military justice (2012)
Book Chapter
Wilson, P. (2012). Early modern German military justice. In D. Maffi (Ed.), Tra Marte e Astrea. Giustizia e giuridizione militare nell' Europa della prima età moderna (secc. xvi-xviii), 43-85. The University of Hull

Baroque to romantic theatre (2012)
Book Chapter
Baugh, C. (2012). Baroque to romantic theatre. In D. Wiles, & C. Dymkowski (Eds.), The Cambridge Companion to Theatre History, 33-54. Cambridge University Press (CUP). doi:10.1017/cco9781139019651.005

The history of the theatre from the late sixteenth to late in the nineteenth century is usually framed around dominant periods of national dramatic literatures: theatre of the Spanish golden age; Shakespeare and his contemporaries; the classic theatr... Read More

Oakeshott on civil association (2012)
Book Chapter
O'Sullivan, N. (2012). Oakeshott on civil association. In P. Franco, & L. Marsh (Eds.), A companion to Michael Oakeshott, 290-311. Penn State University Press

The distinctive achievement of Western political thought since the seventeenth century is the ideal of the limited state. Despite extensive theorizing about this ideal, however, there has always been profound disagreement about its precise nature and... Read More

Biology and metaphysics of sex difference (2012)
Book Chapter
Lennon, K. (2012). Biology and metaphysics of sex difference. In S. Gonzalez-Arnal, G. Jagger, & K. Lennon (Eds.), Embodied selves, 29-45. Palgrave Macmillan

The Mariner in fourteenth-century England (2012)
Book Chapter
Lambert, C., & Ayton, A. (2011). The Mariner in fourteenth-century England. Fourteenth Century England VII, 153-176. Cambridge University Press (CUP)

The Shipman is among the most colourful, and yet enigmatic, of the Canterbury pilgrims who rub shoulders in Geoffrey Chaucer's exuberantly drawn group portrait of the middling ranks of late fourteenth-century English society. The vivid character sket... Read More

Scenography with purpose: activism and intervention (2012)
Book Chapter
Baugh, C. L. (2011). Scenography with purpose: activism and intervention. In A. Aronson (Ed.), The disappearing stage: Reflections on the 2011 Prague QuadrennialArts and Theatre Institute/Prague Quadrennial

Brassens, Brel et Ferré, ou, La mise en scène de l'authenticité dans la chanson française (2012)
Book Chapter
Haworth, R. (2012). Brassens, Brel et Ferré, ou, La mise en scène de l'authenticité dans la chanson française. Chanson et performance: Mise en scène du corps dans la chanson française et francophone, 73 - 83. L'Harmattan

Authenticity is a key preoccupation for the French popular music genre, chanson, and the figures of Brassens, Brel and Ferré are the paradigmatic 'big three' of the genre. This chapter analyses the place of performance within chanson. It takes... Read More

Migration (2012)
Book Chapter
French, R. (2012). Migration. Best European Fiction 2013, 394 - 404. (Dalkey Archive Press). Dalkey Archive Press

A short story about bereavment, inheritance and migration.

Válka a smilstvo: bezútešné svety Troila a Kressidy (Love and lechery: the disconsolate worlds of Troilus and Cressida) (2012)
Book Chapter
Drábek, P., & Drabek, P. (2012). Válka a smilstvo: bezútešné svety Troila a Kressidy (Love and lechery: the disconsolate worlds of Troilus and Cressida). Shakespeare: Troilus a Kressida, 14 - 33. Národní divadlo

A critical essay on William Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida, written for the programme notes for David Radok's production at the National Theatre in Prague. The text discusses the play as as well as its sources and later adaptations, including sev... Read More

Designing personalised learning resources for disabled students using an ontology-driven community of agents (2012)
Book Chapter
Nganji, J., & Brayshaw, M. (2012). Designing personalised learning resources for disabled students using an ontology-driven community of agents. Information systems research and exploring social artifacts: approaches and methodologies, 81 - 102. IGI Global

The exploration of social artifacts for the disabled is an important and timely issue. The affordances of new technologies like the Semantic Web allow more intelligent handling of educational learning resources that open up the potential of personali... Read More

Countering anti-theatricality: Davenant and the drama of the protectorate (2012)
Book Chapter
Clare, J. (2012). Countering anti-theatricality: Davenant and the drama of the protectorate. The Oxford handbook of literature and the English Revolution, 498 - 515. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199560608.013.0027

This article begins with a discussion of the parliamentary-Puritan opposition to theatre during the Civil Wars and after the regicide. It then turns to the restoration of the monarchy in 1653, and the efforts of Richard Flecknoe and William Davenant... Read More

The recodification of private law in central and eastern Europe (2012)
Book Chapter
Cserne, P. (2013). The recodification of private law in central and eastern Europe. National Legal Systems and Globalization: New Role, Continuing Relevance, 45-88. T.M.C. Asser Press. doi:10.1007/978-90-6704-885-9_4

In the past two decades, Central and Eastern European countries have experienced a rapid political, economic and social transformation. This transformation has been intertwined with the Europeanisation and modernisation of the law. This chapter analy... Read More

Introduction (2012)
Book Chapter
Mottram, S., & Prescott, S. (2012). Introduction. In S. Mottram, & S. Prescott (Eds.), Writing Wales, from the Renaissance to Romanticism, 1-20. Ashgate

Enoch Powell (2012)
Book Chapter
Lord Norton of Louth, P. (2012). Enoch Powell. Eminent Parliamentarians: the speaker's lectures, 132 - 158. Biteback Publishing