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Items where subject is "Modern History"

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Number of items at this level: 26.

2019

Ellis, Catriona (2019) Remembering pre-independence childhoods in South India : interrogating autobiographies and identities. Social History, 44 (2). pp. 202-228. ISSN 0307-1022

Scott, Peter and Spadavecchia, Anna (2019) Fundamental patents, national intellectual property regimes, and the development of new industries in Britain and America during the second industrial revolution. Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftsgeschichte / Economic History Yearbook, 60 (1). pp. 181-208. ISSN 2196-6842

2017

Alexander, Nicholas and Doherty, Anne Marie (2017) The origins of American international retailing : Tiffany of New York in London and Paris, 1837-1914. Business History Review, 91 (2). pp. 301-328. ISSN 0007-6805

2015

Jessee, Erin (2015) Review : Susan Thomson's Whispering Truth to Power : Everyday Resistance to Reconciliation in Post-Genocide Rwanda. [Review] (In Press)

Jessee, Erin (2015) Rwandan women no more : female genocidaires in the aftermath of the 1994 Rwandan genocide. Conflict and Society, 1. pp. 60-80. ISSN 2164-4543

Kelly, Laura (2015) Irish Women in Medicine, c.1880s–1920s : Origins, Education and Careers. Manchester University Press. ISBN 978-0-7190-9740-9

Smith, Matthew (2015) An ounce of prevention. Lancet, 386 (9992). pp. 424-425. ISSN 0140-6736

2014

Jessee, Erin (2014) Exhumations as ‘articles of faith’ : considering the cases of post-genocide Rwanda and post-civil war Uganda. In: 113th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association 2014, 2014-12-03 - 2014-12-07. (Unpublished)

Jessee, Erin (2014) Mapping mass atrocities. Al Jazeera.

Jessee, Erin (2014) On exhumations and their absence : lessons from post-genocide Rwanda and post-civil war Uganda. In: 48th Annual Meeting of the Oral History Association 2014, 2014-10-08 - 2014-10-12. (Unpublished)

Jessee, Erin (2014) Owning memory in Rwanda. Al Jazeera.

Jessee, Erin and Baker, Catherine (2014) Democratizing history in conflicted and post-conflict settings. In: XVIII International Congres of Oral History, 2014-07-09 - 2014-07-12. (Unpublished)

Shapiro, Angela and McDonald, Brian and Johnston, Aidan (2014) Gathering the voices : disseminating the message of the Holocaust for the digital generation by applying an interdisciplinary approach. Social Sciences, 3 (3). pp. 499-513. ISSN 2076-0760

Smith, Matthew (2014) The art of medicine : another person’s poison. Lancet, 384 (9959). pp. 2019-2020. ISSN 0140-6736

2013

Edwards, Sarah; Clewell, Tammy, ed. (2013) 'Permanent preservation for the benefit of the nation' : the country house, preservation and nostalgia in Vita Sackville-West's The Edwardians and Virginia Woolf's Orlando. In: Modernism and nostalgia. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, pp. 93-110. ISBN 9781137326591

McIvor, Arthur (2013) Working Lives : Work in Britain since 1945. Palgrave, Basingstoke. ISBN 9781403987662

Williams, Manuela (2013) Between Arab nationalism and Zionism : fascist politics and propaganda in the Middle East in the 1930s. Eunomia, 2 (1). pp. 85-122. ISSN 2280-8949

2012

Walker, David (2012) Talking Walks: the creation of audio trails (memoryscape) and videos to facilitate a wider dissemination of oral history research. Case study. University of Strathclyde. (Unpublished)

2011

Cordier, A. (2011) Comment parler de la societe : artistes, ecrivains, chercheurs et representations sociales. [Review]

Verdier, Caroline; Allison, Maggie and Kershaw, Angela, eds. (2011) Trajectories of two women’s libraries : a comparative study of Bibliotheque Leonie La Fontaine and Bibliotheque Marguerite Durand. In: Parcours de femmes. Modern French Identities . Peter Lang AG, Bern, pp. 23-38. ISBN 9783034302081

2010

Kelly, Laura (2010) "Fascinating scalpel-wielders and fair dissectors" : women’s experience of Irish medical education, c.1880s-1920s. Medical History, 54 (4). pp. 495-516. ISSN 0025-7273

Perchard, Andrew (2010) ‘Social choice’ or ‘Hobson’s choice’? Weighing-up health risks in and around aluminium smelters’ : Paper to the Conference of the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine, Montréal. In: Conference of the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine, 2010-05-28 - 2010-05-30. (Unpublished)

Perchard, Andrew (2010) ‘T. K’Meyer and J. L. Hart, I Saw it Coming: Worker Narratives of Plant Closings’. [Review]

2009

Perchard, Andrew (2009) ‘Light metal and Britain’s “warfare state”: government-business relations in 20th Century Britain’ : Paper to the Conference of the Modern British History Network, University of Strathclyde. In: UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Perchard, Andrew (2009) "Of the highest Imperial importance”: British strategic priorities and the political economy of bauxite, c.1916-c.1958 : Paper to the Congress of the XVth World Economic History Congress, Utrecht. In: Congress of the XVth World Economic History Congress, 2009-08-03 - 2009-08-07. (Unpublished)

2005

Macgregor, George (2005) Libricide : The Regime‐sponsored Destruction of Books and Libraries in the Twentieth Century. [Review]

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