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Sir Earle Page's British War Cabinet Diary, 1941-1942 (2021)
Book
Fedorowich, K., & Gifford, J. (in press). Sir Earle Page's British War Cabinet Diary, 1941-1942. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (CUP)

On 7 September 1941, the former prime minister Sir Earle Page was appointed by Arthur Fadden’s UAP-Country Party coalition as Australian minister resident in London; a position he retained when John Curtin’s Labor Party came to power four weeks later... Read More about Sir Earle Page's British War Cabinet Diary, 1941-1942.

Visualising Compliance of Composite Shell Mechanisms (2020)
Conference Proceeding
Stacey, J., O'Donnell, M. P., Schenk, M., & Kim, C. J. (2020). Visualising Compliance of Composite Shell Mechanisms. In Proceedings of the ASME 2020 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences \& Computers and Information in Engineering Conference (IDETC/CIE 2020)

Fetlar (2020)
Journal Article
Coates, R. (in press). Fetlar. Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 13,

This article rehearses the history of attempts to account for the name of the island of Fetlar in Shetland. It is concluded that explaining it as pre-Celtic is beset with philological difficulties, and that it is probably, after all, Scandinavian, th... Read More about Fetlar.

Becoming known: Disclosure and exposure of (in)visible difference (2020)
Journal Article
Sharratt, N. D., Williamson, H., Zucchelli, F., & Kiff, J. (in press). Becoming known: Disclosure and exposure of (in)visible difference. Stigma and Health, https://doi.org/10.1037/sah0000212

Bodily or physical differences constitute one class of potentially stigmatized characteristics. The existing literature confirms that those with appearance altering or disfiguring conditions (‘visible differences’) may experience both felt and enacte... Read More about Becoming known: Disclosure and exposure of (in)visible difference.

Detecting Ransomware Using Process Behavior Analysis (2020)
Journal Article
Arabo, A., Dijoux, R., Poulain, T., & Chevalier, G. (2020). Detecting Ransomware Using Process Behavior Analysis. Procedia Computer Science, 168, 289-296. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2020.02.249

Ransomware attacks are one of the biggest and attractive threats in cyber security today. Anti-virus software's are often inefficient against zero-day malware and ransomware attacks, important network infections could result in a large amount of data... Read More about Detecting Ransomware Using Process Behavior Analysis.

The potential role of recovery capital in stopping sexual offending: Lessons from circles of support and accountability to enrich practice (2020)
Journal Article
Mccartan, K., & Kemshall, H. (in press). The potential role of recovery capital in stopping sexual offending: Lessons from circles of support and accountability to enrich practice. Irish Probation Journal, 20,

The rehabilitation and reintegration of people who have committed sexual offences presents significant challenges. Current research and practice on desistance from offending behaviour discusses a harm reduction journey that is more multifaceted than... Read More about The potential role of recovery capital in stopping sexual offending: Lessons from circles of support and accountability to enrich practice.

Regulating the consumer credit market – protecting vulnerable consumers (2020)
Book Chapter
Ryder, N., & Jasinski, D. (in press). Regulating the consumer credit market – protecting vulnerable consumers. In Vulnerable Consumers and the Law: Consumer Protection and Access to Justice. London: Routledge

This chapter highlights that product regulation restricts access to credit in a manner which increases the vulnerability of those who find themselves newly priced out of the market, because of the absence of viable alternatives.

Always in with the in-crowd: Vogue and the cultural politics of gender, place, class and taste (2020)
Book Chapter
Tincknell, E. (in press). Always in with the in-crowd: Vogue and the cultural politics of gender, place, class and taste. In J. Hollows, & L. Forster (Eds.), Women's Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain, 1940s-2000s (200-214). Edinburgh University Press

The venerable fashion magazine Vogue has always associated itself with the interests of the ruling class, through the cultural and symbolic capital exhibited by the diffused aesthetic of its fashion spreads and through its unabashed attachment to the... Read More about Always in with the in-crowd: Vogue and the cultural politics of gender, place, class and taste.

Printmaking: A Maker’s Guide (2020)
Book Chapter
Ho, W. (in press). Printmaking: A Maker’s Guide. In Printmaking a Maker's Guide. London: Thames and Hudson

Printmaking: A Maker’s Guide (Published by Thames and Hudson) Chapter on Linocut and Japanese woodblock (in progress at the moment). Due out Sept 2020

Resilience through flood memory– a comparison of the role of insurance and experience in flood resilience for households and businesses in England (2020)
Book Chapter
Lamond, J., & Bhattacharya-Mis, N. (in press). Resilience through flood memory– a comparison of the role of insurance and experience in flood resilience for households and businesses in England. In J. Mendes, G. Kalonji, R. Jigyasu, & A. Chang-Richards (Eds.), Strengthening Disaster Risk Governance to Manage Disaster RiskElsevier

Optimal integration of renewable distributed generation using the whale optimization algorithm for techno-economic analysis (2020)
Conference Proceeding
Settoul, S., Chenni, R., Zellagui, M., & Nouri, H. (2020). Optimal integration of renewable distributed generation using the whale optimization algorithm for techno-economic analysis

A new method for optimal integration of renewable energy sources based on photovoltaic solar panels and wind turbines in the distribution network is presented with the objective of reducing the Active Power Loss (APL) index, to improve the Total Volt... Read More about Optimal integration of renewable distributed generation using the whale optimization algorithm for techno-economic analysis.

Preserving linguistic heritage for generations to come! (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Ogunshile, E., & Ramachandran, R. (2020, September). Preserving linguistic heritage for generations to come!. Paper presented at DiPP 2020 : Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage, Burgas, Bulgaria

Speech to Text is the ability to convert spoken word to text. There are many speech to text con-version applications available for different languages. Tamil is an ancient classical language which is vastly spoken in southern parts of India, Sri Lank... Read More about Preserving linguistic heritage for generations to come!.

„Borderline printmakers” (2020)
Exhibition / Performance
Laidler, P. „Borderline printmakers”. [https://www.impact11.hk/en/]. Exhibited at Impact 11 International Printmaking Conference, Hong Kong. 22 September 2020 - 26 September 2020. (Unpublished)

Contemporary printmakers often reach boarders of their own discipline, as they were testing its flexibility, limitations and endurance. They create unexpected combinations, create fusions of artistic means relevant to printmaking and other mediums. T... Read More about „Borderline printmakers”.

The effect of ethical and sustainability issues on consumer adoption of digital technology in the consumer purchasing journey (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Poole, A. (2020, September). The effect of ethical and sustainability issues on consumer adoption of digital technology in the consumer purchasing journey. Paper presented at British Academy of Management 2020 Conference in the Cloud, Conference in the Cloud

Against a background of increasing use of digital technology in society including the retail sector, this developmental paper identifies a need for research into ethical and sustainability issues that affect an individual's decision to use digital te... Read More about The effect of ethical and sustainability issues on consumer adoption of digital technology in the consumer purchasing journey.

‘We Shall Have A Fine Holiday’: Imperial Sentiment, Unemployment and the 1928 Miner-Harvester Scheme to Canada (2020)
Book Chapter
Fedorowich, K. (in press). ‘We Shall Have A Fine Holiday’: Imperial Sentiment, Unemployment and the 1928 Miner-Harvester Scheme to Canada. In M. Ruiz (Ed.), Bridging Boundaries in British Migration History: In Memorium Eric RichardsAnthem Press

The annual migration of harvesters from central and eastern Canada to the prairies had been a regular event ever since 1890. As the wheat economy expanded, larger supplies of manpower were needed to bring in the harvest. In 1906 and 1923 British work... Read More about ‘We Shall Have A Fine Holiday’: Imperial Sentiment, Unemployment and the 1928 Miner-Harvester Scheme to Canada.

Theory of Knowledge (2020)
Book Chapter
Trizio, E. (2020). Theory of Knowledge. In The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy (397-402). New York: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

Crisis (2020)
Book Chapter
Trizio, E. (2020). Crisis. In The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy (151-159). New York: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)


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