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Britain and the 'hand-over' of Italian war criminals to Yugoslavia, 1945-48 (2004)
Journal Article
Pedaliu, E. G., & Pedaliu, E. G. H. (2004). Britain and the 'hand-over' of Italian war criminals to Yugoslavia, 1945-48. Journal of Contemporary History, 39(4), 503-529. https://doi.org/10.1177/0022009404046752

This article focuses on British policy towards the treatment of alleged Italian war criminals at the end of the second world war and, in particular, those requested by Yugoslavia for extradition. It reveals that far from conspiring to shield Italians... Read More about Britain and the 'hand-over' of Italian war criminals to Yugoslavia, 1945-48.

Corporations and commemoration: First world war remembrance, Lloyds TSB and the national memorial arboretum (2004)
Journal Article
Gough, P. (2004). Corporations and commemoration: First world war remembrance, Lloyds TSB and the national memorial arboretum. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 10(5), 435-455. https://doi.org/10.1080/1352725042000299054

This paper explores the role of corporations and financial organisations in maintaining a memory of employees who have served during the wars of the 20th century. Focusing initially on memorial schemes devised by finance houses in the commemorative e... Read More about Corporations and commemoration: First world war remembrance, Lloyds TSB and the national memorial arboretum.

text : message: The future of A level English (2004)
Book
Hodgson, J., Snapper, G., Harris, A., Cockcroft, S., & Bluett, J. (2004). text : message: The future of A level English. National Association for the Teaching of English

This book argues that A level English does not provide an appropriate curriculum for its students. Although specifications in English Language and English Language and Literature are available, many institutions still offer only English Literature.... Read More about text : message: The future of A level English.

The "Other War": Images of the second world war in service comedies (2004)
Book Chapter
Spicer, A. H. (2004). The "Other War": Images of the second world war in service comedies. In S. Bennett, S. Caunce, E. Mazierska, S. Sydeny-Smith, & J. Walton (Eds.), Relocating Britishness, 167-182. Manchester University Press

This chapter argues, following Angus Calder, that there was an official line of commemoration of the Second World War: a mythic construction that celebrated heroism, courage, resourcefulness, loyalty and patriotism. It valorised the virtues of the re... Read More about The "Other War": Images of the second world war in service comedies.

The European Trade Union Confederation at the crossroads of change? Traversing the variable geometry of European trade unionism (2004)
Journal Article
Mathers, A., & Taylor, G. (2004). The European Trade Union Confederation at the crossroads of change? Traversing the variable geometry of European trade unionism. European Journal of Industrial Relations, 10(3), 267-285. https://doi.org/10.1177/0959680104047021

There are growing indications that the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) is undergoing a shift in strategic orientation from an exclusive focus on institutional 'social partnership' within the European Union towards a more campaigning 'social... Read More about The European Trade Union Confederation at the crossroads of change? Traversing the variable geometry of European trade unionism.

Inks (2004)
Book
Hoskins, S. (2004). Inks. A and C Black, London

In this book Hoskins identifies and remedies a lack of specialist literature about printmaking inks. This study builds on extended research undertaken between 2001-2004, and examines the production and manufacture of inks for the artist and printmake... Read More about Inks.

Manipulating the metonymic: The politics of civic identity and the Bristol Cenotaph, 1919-1932 (2004)
Journal Article
Gough, P., & Morgan, S. (2004). Manipulating the metonymic: The politics of civic identity and the Bristol Cenotaph, 1919-1932. Journal of Historical Geography, 30(4), 665-684. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0305-7488%2803%2900002-1

The city of Bristol was one of the last major cities in Great Britain to unveil a civic memorial to commemorate the Great War 1914-1918. After Leicester (1925), Coventry (1927) and Liverpool (1930), Bristol's Cenotaph was unveiled in 1932, 14 years a... Read More about Manipulating the metonymic: The politics of civic identity and the Bristol Cenotaph, 1919-1932.

Dissymmetry and height: Rhetoric, irony and pedagogy in the thought of Husserl, Blanchot and Levinas (2004)
Journal Article
Peters, G. (2004). Dissymmetry and height: Rhetoric, irony and pedagogy in the thought of Husserl, Blanchot and Levinas. Human Studies, 27(2), 187-206. https://doi.org/10.1023...UMA.0000022538.64783.ee

This essay is concerned with an initial mapping out of a model of intersubjectivity that, viewed within the context of education, breaks with the hegemonic dialogics of current pedagogies. Intent on rethinking the (so-called) "problem" of solipsism f... Read More about Dissymmetry and height: Rhetoric, irony and pedagogy in the thought of Husserl, Blanchot and Levinas.

Sites in the imagination: The Beaumont Hamel Newfoundland Memorial on the Somme (2004)
Journal Article
Gough, P. (2004). Sites in the imagination: The Beaumont Hamel Newfoundland Memorial on the Somme. cultural geographies, 11(3), 235-258. https://doi.org/10.1191/1474474003eu306oa

The Beaumont Hamel Newfoundland Memorial is a 16.5-hectare (40 acres) tract of preserved battleground dedicated to the memory of the 1st Newfoundland Regiment, who suffered an extremely high percentage of casualties during the first day of the Battle... Read More about Sites in the imagination: The Beaumont Hamel Newfoundland Memorial on the Somme.

Machinery for textiles (2004)
Presentation / Conference
Stoyel, J. (2004, May). Machinery for textiles. Paper presented at The Textile Institute 83rd World Conference - Quality Textiles for Quality Life Shanghai Mart

The production line: Reflections on the role of the producer in British cinema (2004)
Journal Article
Spicer, A. H. (2004). The production line: Reflections on the role of the producer in British cinema. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 1(1), 33-50. https://doi.org/10.3366/JBCTV.2004.1.1.33

This is an overview discussion of the importance of recognising and understanding the producer's role not only within British cinema but in film studies as a discipline. It argues that a producer's oeuvre must be understood differently from that of a... Read More about The production line: Reflections on the role of the producer in British cinema.

Dream concert (2004)
Exhibition / Performance
Jerram, L. (2004). Dream concert. [Photographic record]. 28 April 2004 - 28 April 2004. (Unpublished)

As part of Jerram's continuing work with sleep psychologists and scientists he held two Dream Concerts to collect vital dream data for the collaborative research programme. Two events were held from midnight on 28th April 2004 whereby 120 guests t... Read More about Dream concert.

Between federalism and autonomy: Spain (2004)
Book Chapter
Flynn, K. (2004). Between federalism and autonomy: Spain. In U. Schneckener, & S. Wolff (Eds.), Managing and Settling Ethnic Conflicts: Perspectives on Successes and Failures in Europe, Africa, and AsiaHurst