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Cosmopolitan justice and the globalization of capitalism: The UNDP and ILO proposals (2005)
Journal Article
van den Anker, C. (2005). Cosmopolitan justice and the globalization of capitalism: The UNDP and ILO proposals. Globalizations, 2(2), 254-270. https://doi.org/10.1080/14747730500202347

Recently several proposals for more effective, democratic and just forms of global governance have been put forward. In this paper I compare the proposals by the United Nations Development Programme, the International Labour Organization and cosmopol... Read More about Cosmopolitan justice and the globalization of capitalism: The UNDP and ILO proposals.

International Dimensions of Women's Suffrage: 'At the crossroads of several interlocking identities' (2005)
Journal Article
Hannam, J. (2005). International Dimensions of Women's Suffrage: 'At the crossroads of several interlocking identities'. Women's History Review, 14(3-4), 543-560. https://doi.org/10.1080/09612020500200438

This article surveys recent suffrage histories in a range of countries across the world with a focus on the neglected period of the interwar years. It asks what the suffrage movement would look like if viewed through the eyes of women from outside Br... Read More about International Dimensions of Women's Suffrage: 'At the crossroads of several interlocking identities'.

The popular front (2005)
Book Chapter
Richards, M. (2005). The popular front. In G. Martel (Ed.), A Companion to Europe 1900-1945, 375-390. Blackwell

Menstrual misogyny and taboo: The medusa, vampire and the female stigmatic (2005)
Book Chapter
Mulvey-Roberts, M. (2005). Menstrual misogyny and taboo: The medusa, vampire and the female stigmatic. In A. Shail, & G. Howie (Eds.), Menstruation: A Cultural History, 149-161. Palgrave Macmillan

The author was invited to contribute to this collection which arose from the first academic conference on menstruation in the UK, held at the Medical School, University of Liverpool (2003) at which she gave the keynote lecture.

Black propaganda at melancholy ranch (BPMR) (2005)
Exhibition / Performance
Vasseur, R. (2006). Black propaganda at melancholy ranch (BPMR). [VHS]. 1 November 2005 - 1 September 2006. (Unpublished)

The project began as a proposal for an aerial leaflet drop over the city of Vienna and publication entitled Demand for Surrender commissioned by the Austrian Cultural Foundation (ACF), London. The work formed part of subsequent ACF publication Art Ex... Read More about Black propaganda at melancholy ranch (BPMR).

Imaginary widows: Spinsters, marriage, and the "Lost generation" in Britain after the great war (2005)
Journal Article
Holden, K. (2005). Imaginary widows: Spinsters, marriage, and the "Lost generation" in Britain after the great war. Journal of Family History, 30(4), 388-409. https://doi.org/10.1177/0363199005275836

This article argues that the status of spinster was associated with widowhood in the decades after the First World War in Britain, an association that is still active in our collective memory. Widely publicized census statistics suggesting that a who... Read More about Imaginary widows: Spinsters, marriage, and the "Lost generation" in Britain after the great war.

Can improvisation be taught? (2005)
Journal Article
Peters, G. (2005). Can improvisation be taught?. International Journal of Art and Design Education, 24(3), 299-307. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1476-8070.2005.00453.x

The aim of this article is to reconsider the (age old) problem of relating theory to practice in art education by placing it within the largely ignored context of improvisation. In so doing it is hoped that some of the well-known 'difficulties' art p... Read More about Can improvisation be taught?.

‘Garden of gratitude’: the National Memorial Arboretum and strategic ‘remembering’ (2005)
Presentation / Conference
Gough, P. (2005, September). ‘Garden of gratitude’: the National Memorial Arboretum and strategic ‘remembering’. Paper presented at People & their Pasts. International Public History Conference

The National Memorial Arboretum in central England proposes itself as the conscience of the nation’s history. In this sprawling 250 acre site in Staffordshire, history, culture and nature meet in an ideological domain. The NMA was conceived as an in... Read More about ‘Garden of gratitude’: the National Memorial Arboretum and strategic ‘remembering’.

History, memory and the Spanish civil war: Recent perspectives (2005)
Book Chapter
Richards, M., & Ealham, C. (2005). History, memory and the Spanish civil war: Recent perspectives. In M. Richards, & C. Ealham (Eds.), The Splintering of Spain: Cultural History and the Spanish Civil War 1936-1939, 1-20. Cambridge University Press

Photo ceramic relief imaging (2005)
Book Chapter
Huson, D., Hoskins, S., & Thirkell, P. (2005). Photo ceramic relief imaging. In Digital Fabrication 2005, 39-42. Society for Imaging and Technology

The Photo Relief technique, developed at the turn of the 20th century, is one of the few methods of ceramic decoration able to reproduce a permanent fully continuous tone image on a ceramic surface by combining the use of varying glaze depths with a... Read More about Photo ceramic relief imaging.

Artist's Book Yearbook 2006-2007 (2005)
Book
Bodman, S. L., & Sowden, T. (2005). S. L. Bodman, & T. Sowden (Eds.), Artist's Book Yearbook 2006-2007. Impact Press

The 2006-2007 ABYB includes essays by: Betty Jo Irvine and Sylvia Turchyn: Women's Studio Workshop, USA; Clifton Meador: The Nameless Dead; Mike Nicholson: Story Life; Guy Begbie on the 1st International Korean Artist’s Book Fair; Mette Ambeck: Pap... Read More about Artist's Book Yearbook 2006-2007.

The 'milch-cow state' revisited: Republican politics in the Aveyron (2005)
Journal Article
Simpson, M. (2005). The 'milch-cow state' revisited: Republican politics in the Aveyron. Historical Journal, 48(3), 743-768. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0018246X05004644

This article examines the 'republicanization' of the Aveyron under the Third Republic, exploring issues of the practice and meaning of politics in this rural département. I look at the impact of the Republic's efforts to secularize education and ask... Read More about The 'milch-cow state' revisited: Republican politics in the Aveyron.

Brussels French une fois: Transfer-induced innovation or system-internal development? (2005)
Journal Article
Treffers-Daller, J. (2005). Brussels French une fois: Transfer-induced innovation or system-internal development?. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 8(2), 145-157. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1366728905002166

In language contact studies, specific features of the contact languages are often seen to be the result of transfer (interference), but it remains difficult to disentangle the role of intra-systemic and inter-systemic factors. We propose to unravel t... Read More about Brussels French une fois: Transfer-induced innovation or system-internal development?.

The handbook of the gothic (2005)
Book
Mulvey-Roberts, M. (2005). M. Mulvey-Roberts (Ed.), The handbook of the gothic. Palgrave Macmillan

Customising digital printing for fine art practice (2005)
Journal Article
Hoskins, S., Thirkell, P., Parraman, C., Hoskins, S., Laidler, P., & Wang, H. Q. (2005). Customising digital printing for fine art practice. Proceedings of SPIE, 5667, 465-472. https://doi.org/10.1117/12.587891

The presentation will demonstrate how through alternative methods of digital print production the Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR) is developing methodologies for digital printing that attempt to move beyond standard reproductive print methods.... Read More about Customising digital printing for fine art practice.


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