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Treatied spaces: North American indigenous treaties in global context (2019)
Book Chapter
Porter, J. (in press). Treatied spaces: North American indigenous treaties in global context. In Companion to Indigenous Global HistoryTaylor & Francis (Routledge)

In 1928, the librarian and scholar Lawrence C. Wroth wrote of how he wished he had been poured “the strong wine” of Indian Treaties as a student instead of the “invincible mediocrity” of the duller literature on the colonial period. This chapter shou... Read More

Woche (with apologies to Ruttmann and Brock) (2019)
Digital Artefact
Barnard, M. (2019). Woche (with apologies to Ruttmann and Brock)

This composition represents an exploration and animation of an aesthetic framework outlined by the composer in previous research. The in-ear binaural method of recording and reproduction (and its headphone-based dissemination) is the focus of critica... Read More

Environmental temperatures shape thermal physiology as well as diversification and genome-wide substitution rates in lizards (2019)
Journal Article
García-Porta, J., Irisarri, I., Kirchner, M., Rodriguez, A., Kirchhof, S., Brown, J., …Vences, M. (in press). Environmental temperatures shape thermal physiology as well as diversification and genome-wide substitution rates in lizards. Nature communications,

Climatic conditions changing over time and space shape the evolution of organisms at multiple levels, including temperate lizards in the family Lacertidae. Here we reconstruct a dated phylogenetic tree of 262 lacertid species based on a supermatrix... Read More

Apixaban suppresses the release of TF-positive microvesicles and restrains cancer cell proliferation through directly inhibiting TF-fVIIa activity (2019)
Journal Article
Featherby, S., Madkhali, Y., Maraveyas, A., & Ettelaie, C. (in press). Apixaban suppresses the release of TF-positive microvesicles and restrains cancer cell proliferation through directly inhibiting TF-fVIIa activity. Thrombosis and haemostasis, https://doi.org/10.1055/s-0039-1692682

The activation of protease activated receptor (PAR)-2 by factor Xa (fXa) promotes the release of tissue factor-positive microvesicles (TF+MV), and contributes to proliferation in cancer cells. This study examined the ability of direct oral anticoagul... Read More

Learning to belong? ‘culture’ and ‘place making’ among children and young people in Hull, UK City of Culture 2017 (2019)
Journal Article
Ploner, J., & Jones, L. (in press). Learning to belong? ‘culture’ and ‘place making’ among children and young people in Hull, UK City of Culture 2017. Children's Geographies, https://doi.org/10.1080/14733285.2019.1634245

Despite the rise of ‘child-friendly cities’ internationally, and a growing interest in youth engagement in urban planning, the role of children and young people in culture-led regeneration and ‘place making’ schemes, remains under-researched. Notwith... Read More

Collingwood's New Leviathan and classical elite theory (2019)
Journal Article
Fear, C. (in press). Collingwood's New Leviathan and classical elite theory. History of European ideas, 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1080/01916599.2019.1628582

R. G. Collingwood's New Leviathan (1942) presents an account of two ‘dialectical’ political processes that are ongoing in any body politic. Existing scholarship has already covered the first: a dialectic between a ‘social’ and a ‘non-social’ element,... Read More

City-regionalism as countervailing geopolitical processes: The evolution and dynamics of Yangtze River Delta region, China (2019)
Journal Article
Li, Y., & Jonas, A. E. (2019). City-regionalism as countervailing geopolitical processes: The evolution and dynamics of Yangtze River Delta region, China. Political Geography, 73, 70-81. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polgeo.2019.05.014

In many countries, national governments deploy city-regionalism not simply as a domestic policy tool but also as a geopolitical device enabling the internationalization of state territory and economy. Focusing upon the evolution of Yangtze River Delt... Read More

Divided by values: Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party and England's 'North-South Divide' (2019)
Journal Article
Beech, M., & Hickson, K. (in press). Divided by values: Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party and England's 'North-South Divide'. Revue Française de Civilisation Britannique, 24(2),

This article explores the sociocultural divide in England exposed by Brexit. The metaphors of ‘North’ and ‘South’ are used to explain this, where the former is seen as more culturally conservative and the latter as more cosmopolitan. We examine the... Read More

Brexit and the decentred state (2019)
Journal Article
Beech, M. (in press). Brexit and the decentred state. Public policy and administration,

The aim of this article is to examine Brexit through the lens of decentred theory as articulated by Bevir (2013) in A Theory of Governance. Decentered theory regards the British state as neither a monolith (as per modernist social science) nor a myt... Read More

Bioimprint aided cell recognition and depletion of human leukemic HL60 cells from peripheral blood (2019)
Journal Article
Das, A. A., Medlock, J., Liang, H., Nees, D., Allsup, D. J., Madden, L. A., & Paunov, V. N. (2019). Bioimprint aided cell recognition and depletion of human leukemic HL60 cells from peripheral blood. Journal of materials chemistry B, Materials for biology and medicine /, 7(22), 3497-3504. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9tb00679f

We report a large scale preparation of bioimprints of layers of cultured human leukemic HL60 cells which can perform cell shape and size recognition from a mixture with peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs). We demonstrate that the bioimprint-ce... Read More

A method for determining average iron content of ferritin by measuring its optical dispersion (2019)
Journal Article
Gupta, R., Alamrani, N. A., Greenway, G. M., Pamme, N., & Goddard, N. J. (2019). A method for determining average iron content of ferritin by measuring its optical dispersion. Analytical chemistry, 91(11), 7366-7372. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.analchem.9b01231

© 2019 American Chemical Society. We report a method where the refractive index increments of an iron storage protein, ferritin, and apoferritin (ferritin minus iron) were measured over the wavelength range of 450-678 nm to determine the average iron... Read More

Prison and political violence: the impact and harm of counterterrorism policies. A comparative socio-historical analysis (2019)
Journal Article
Santorso, S. (in press). Prison and political violence: the impact and harm of counterterrorism policies. A comparative socio-historical analysis. Memoria e ricerca, 2 - 2019(May-August), 275-292. https://doi.org/10.14647/93540

The rise of maximum-security prisons. A comparative study between Italy and United Kingdom. The decades between the end of 1960s and 1980s have been characterised by radical transformation, drastic changes and an escalation of political violence. Thr... Read More

Fisheries and maritime security: Understanding and enhancing the connection (2019)
Book Chapter
Barnes, R., & Rosello, M. (in press). Fisheries and maritime security: Understanding and enhancing the connection. In Maritime Security and the Law of the Sea. Help or HindranceEdward Elgar Publishing

Traditionally, maritime security has been understood in terms of direct or physical security. Typically, this concerns military or policing issues, such as inter-State conflicts, piracy or trafficking. This narrow understanding is increasingly ch... Read More

Looking into the “Anime Global Popular” and the “Manga Media”. Reflections on the Scholarship of a Transnational and Transmedia Industry. (2019)
Journal Article
Hernandez-Perez, M. (in press). Looking into the “Anime Global Popular” and the “Manga Media”. Reflections on the Scholarship of a Transnational and Transmedia Industry. 00 Journal not listed, 7(Special Issue "Japanese Media Cultures in Japan and Abroad: Transnational Consumption of Manga, Anime, and Video Games"),

This article introduces the special issue dedicated to global industries around anime, its theoretical commentary and its cross-cultural consumption. The concepts “anime” and “anime studies” are evaluated critically, involving current debates such as... Read More

‘To save the industry from complete ruin’: Crisis and response in British Fishing 1945-1951 (2019)
Journal Article
Wilcox, M. (in press). ‘To save the industry from complete ruin’: Crisis and response in British Fishing 1945-1951. Business history, https://doi.org/10.1080/00076791.2019.1576634

Fishing is a small, complex and fragmented industry, which arguably exerts political significance disproportionate to its size. This article traces the prolonged period of depression which affected British deep-sea fishing between the wars, and then... Read More

Maternity and justice in the Early Modern English Court of Chancery (2019)
Journal Article
Capern, A. (in press). Maternity and justice in the Early Modern English Court of Chancery. Journal of British Studies, 58(4),

This article is a case study of female litigants acting in the capacity of mother in the English equity court of Chancery between 1550 and 1700. It starts by asking how prevalent mothers were as plaintiffs and defendants in Chancery, though the burde... Read More

‘A State by a Sort of Courtesy’: T.H Green’s theory of the state as a critique of Czarism (2019)
Book Chapter
Tyler, C. (in press). ‘A State by a Sort of Courtesy’: T.H Green’s theory of the state as a critique of Czarism. In Etica, Politica, Storia universale

The chapter is structured as follows. Section two briefly sketches Thomas Hill Green’s early attitudes to Russia. Section three analyses Green’s mature conception of “the state” and considers its influence on his mature attitude towards Czarism. Sect... Read More

Ruin and reformation in Spenser, Shakespeare, and Marvell (2019)
Book
Mottram, S. (2019). Ruin and reformation in Spenser, Shakespeare, and Marvell. Oxford University Press (OUP)

Ruin and Reformation in Spenser, Shakespeare, and Marvell explores writerly responses to the religious violence of the long reformation in England and Wales, spanning over a century of literature and history, from the establishment of the national ch... Read More

Patient-reported symptoms of ‘calm’, ‘irritated’ and ‘infected’ skeletal external fixator pin site wound states; a cross-sectional study (2019)
Journal Article
Santy-Tomlinson, J., Jomeen, J., & Ersser, S. J. (2019). Patient-reported symptoms of ‘calm’, ‘irritated’ and ‘infected’ skeletal external fixator pin site wound states; a cross-sectional study. International Journal of Orthopaedic and Trauma Nursing, 33, 44-51. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijotn.2019.01.002

Objective To explore the frequency, severity and variances in patient-reported symptoms of calm, irritated and infected skeletal pin sites. Methods A cross-sectional within-subjects repeated-measures study was conducted, employing a self-report ques... Read More