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  • other research product . 2013
    English
    Authors:
    Gareth Davies;
  • other research product . 2013
    English
    Authors:
    George Molyneaux;
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    <p>This article challenges the contention that during the Anglo-Saxon period the English considered themselves God's specially chosen people, like the Old Testament Israelites. The texts upon which this interpretation has been based are re-analysed; particular attention...

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  • other research product . 2013
    English
    Authors:
    Matthew Kempshall;
  • other research product . 2013
    English
    Authors:
    Diane Bergman;

    Bernard V. Bothmer left his mark on the world of Egyptology in three of the United States’ great art institutions; the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Brooklyn Museum and the Institute of Fine Arts of New York University. He created gallery displays, developed librar...

  • other research product . 2012
    English
    Authors:
    Ruth Bird;
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    The Bodleian Law Library has only existed as an entity in its own right for less than 50 years. Yet part of the collection dates back to the days before the founding of the Bodleian Library in 1602. The rise and fall in the fortunes of the teaching of law at Oxford is c...

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  • Derrida and Foucault provide key starting points to understanding archives. They see archives as hegemonic, characterizing ways of thought, modes of colonization, and the control of citizens. However, they also make clear that archives can be read subversively. With pat...

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  • other research product . 2011
    English
    Authors:
    Jason Eric Birch;

    <p>This essay was prompted by the question of how Hathayoga, literally 'the Yoga of force', acquired its name. Many Indian and Western scholars have understood the 'force' of Haṭhayoga to refer to the effort required to practice it. Inherent in this understanding is the...

  • other research product . 2011
    English
    Authors:
    Rana Mitter;
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    This paper argues that the first phase of the Sino-Japanese War of 1937-1945 saw a significant change in the relationship between state and society in China, leading to a greater use of techniques of classification of the citizenry for purposes of welfare provision and ...

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  • other research product . 2011
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    David Tomkins;

    <p>The Mapping Crime project sought to enhance crime material available via the online digital resource The John Johnson Collection: an Archive of Printed Ephemera through the creation of direct links to related material in a number of external online resources, thereby...

  • other research product . 2010
    English
    Authors:
    Margaret Hillenbrand;
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