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more ’Out on the field of play: women’s experiences of gender and sexuality in football contexts’
more “‘Superhumanity’ and the Embodiment of Enlightenment: The Semiotics of Disability in the Official Art and Advertising of the 2012 British Paralympics.”
more “3D Printing and patent law - The UK perspective”
more “A legal analysis of rape as torture in the international and regional (non-European) fora”
more “A legal analysis of rape as torture: Article 3 ECHR and the treatment of rape within the European system”,
more “A trade in desires: emigration, A.C. Gunter and the Home Publishing Company – calls for a user-oriented model”
more “An Elaborate Cover”: Staging Identities at School and Abroad in Robin Stevens’s Murder Mysteries
more “Involving older gay men in research: the lure of group experience”
more “Literatura Jako Towar: Industrializacja branzy wydawniczej"
more “Love the coat”: Bisexuality, the Female Gaze and the Romance of Sexual Politics
more “Moral Copyright Law: An Opportunity to Review the Current Law after Brexit”
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more “On how to deal with Pandora’s Box – Copyright in works of Nazi leaders”
more “Representing the Modified Body”
more “Something’s lost in the translation!” Hemimetabolic Adaptation (or Incomplete Metamorphosis) in David Cronenberg’s The Fly.
more “Stand Out From the Crowd!” Literary Advice in Online Writing Communities
more “The Apocalypse of Adolescence”: Use of the Bildungsroman and Superheroic Tropes in Mark Millar & Peter Gross’s Chosen
more “The Oral Contraceptive Pill”
more “To be like the others": Children's views of nursing in community settings
more “To Speak in New Ways”: Class and Poetry in Wales since 1970
more “Trauma in the Witness Stand: Effective Evaluation of Trauma-Impacted Testimony at the ICC”, in Viviane Dittrich and Alexander Heinze (eds), ‘The Past, Present and Future of the International Criminal Court’, International Nuremberg Principles Academy (forthcoming, 2020)
more “Turning research into film: Trevor Hearing in conversation with Kip Jones about the short film, Rufus Stone”.