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Alexander the Great and the art of adaptation
Journal Article
Lonsdale, D. Alexander the Great and the art of adaptation. Journal of Military History, 77(3), (817-835). ISSN 0899-3718

Alexander the Great campaigned successfully for twelve years, across the range of military operations, against a wide range of opponents, and within many varied geographical environments. This article argues that this remarkable record of success can... Read More

Chivalry and courtliness: colliding constructs
Book
Crouch, D. Chivalry and courtliness: colliding constructs. The University of Hull

The explanation of noble conduct in the middle ages has become focussed on two themes, the code of chivalry and the constructed habitus of courtliness. This chapter reviews the historiography and validity of the concepts and suggests that the impreci... Read More

Buckinghamshire notes
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Morris, J. Buckinghamshire notes

The County Notes provide a discussion on all matters of interest or obscurity in the text, in the light of the latest Domesday scholarship. Such matters vary from county to county but recurrent topics include: the identification of place-names, perso... Read More

In search of alternative solutions : can the state of origin be held internationally responsible for investors' human rights abuses that are not attributable to it?
Journal Article
Tzevelekos, V. In search of alternative solutions : can the state of origin be held internationally responsible for investors' human rights abuses that are not attributable to it?. Brooklyn Journal of International Law, 35(1), (155-231). ISSN 0740-4824

The paper establishes a three-step (due diligence, positive effect of human rights and extraterritoriality) argument for the responsibility of the home state for the human right breaches of its investors in third countries.

Working within hyphen-spaces in ethnographic research : implications for research identities and practice
Journal Article
Karunanayake, G., & Cunliffe, A. Working within hyphen-spaces in ethnographic research : implications for research identities and practice. Organizational Research Methods, 16(3), (364-392). doi:10.1177/1094428113489353. ISSN 1094-4281

Ethnographers often find themselves wrestling with choices about their relationship with respondents: choices experienced by researchers engaged in many other methodologies. This article examines the agentic and political nature of those relationship... Read More

Writing happiness: literature and contentment c.1900-1945
Digital Artefact
Martin, K. Writing happiness: literature and contentment c.1900-1945

What is happiness? Can we measure it? How far does it depend on chance circumstances? How far is it something that we can create for ourselves? This talk will explore how literary texts offer answers to questions about well-being that continue to res... Read More

UALTC2009 Inclusion of all Students at the University Level
Conference Proceeding
Messiou, K. UALTC2009 Inclusion of all Students at the University Level

Abstract submitted to the Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2009. Paper was delivered as a Presentation under the Flexible Delivery Theme.

Yorkshire summary database
Dataset
Palmer, J. Yorkshire summary database

Tenants-in-chief and their geld (tax) assessments recorded in the 'satellite' text known as the Yorkshire Summary, a quasi-index to the Yorkshire folios included in the manuscript of Domesday Book. Some of the names and many of the assessments differ... Read More

Cambridgeshire notes
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Rumble, A. Cambridgeshire notes

The County Notes provide a discussion on all matters of interest or obscurity in the text, in the light of the latest Domesday scholarship. Such matters vary from county to county but recurrent topics include: the identification of place-names, perso... Read More

Emma Thompson and the Nanny McPhee Tales
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Emma Thompson and the Nanny McPhee Tales

The actor and writer, Emma Thompson, comes to Hull for the first annual children’s writing events. Emma stars as the returning Nanny McPhee in the film Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang, and also wrote the script. With a character based on the Nurse Mati... Read More

Cornwall introduction
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Thorn, C., & Thorn, F. Cornwall introduction

The introduction discusses the history of the county; the county boundary; the Hundreds, their boundaries, origin, lordship, history, and revised name-forms; the administration of the county; its ecclesiastical organisation; related or 'satellite' te... Read More

David Almond
Digital Artefact
David Almond

An interview with David Almond following his participation in the University of Hull's 2nd Annual Children's Writing Event. To download and save this audio file right-click on the 'download' link and use 'save link as'; we suggest changing the filena... Read More

Shakespeare and paradigms of early modern authorship
Journal Article
Clare, J. Shakespeare and paradigms of early modern authorship. Journal of Early Modern Studies, 1(1), (137-153). doi:10.13128/JEMS-2279-7149-10641. ISSN 2279-7149

The essay examines current thinking on early modern authorship within the competitive economies of the theatre and publishing industries. In the wake of Foucault's seminal essay, 'What is an Author?', there has been much investigation of the status,... Read More