• ‘The Dismal Science of Paying the Piper’ more
  • ‘This Time it’s Personal: Reliving and Rewriting History in 1970s Fiction’ 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
  • “Inventor” 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” more
  • “No sleep'till Parco Dora”: Parkour ei paradossi di una città rigenerata, tra eterotopie e governo della differenza 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”. more

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