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Realismus und Moderne in der Kleinen Prosa von Robert Musils "Nachlass zu Lebzeiten" (2018)
Journal Article
Goettsche, D. (2018). Realismus und Moderne in der Kleinen Prosa von Robert Musils "Nachlass zu Lebzeiten". Musil-Forum, 35, 7-26. doi:10.1515/9783110583359

This study proposes a new approach to Robert Musil’s engagement with the tradition of (German) Realism. It shifts the focus from his novellas and his novel "Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften" to the short prose of his "Nachlass zu Lebzeiten" (1936) while a... Read More

Writing food and food memories in Turkish-German literature by Renan Demirkan, Hatice Akyün and Emine Sevgi Özdamar (2018)
Conference Proceeding
Bartel, H. (in press). Writing food and food memories in Turkish-German literature by Renan Demirkan, Hatice Akyün and Emine Sevgi Özdamar. In D. Göttsche (Ed.), Memory and Postcolonial Studies: Synergies and New Directions

This essay explores the role of food and eating in the autobiographical fictions of three very different female Turkish-German authors writing in German. It employs postcolonial theory to explore the complex relationship between gender, identity and... Read More

Sources and resources ‘The People’s Chemists’: the Walgreens Boots Alliance Archive (2018)
Journal Article
Greenwood, A., & Ingram, H. (in press). Sources and resources ‘The People’s Chemists’: the Walgreens Boots Alliance Archive. Social History of Medicine, doi:10.1093/shm/hky021

This article explores the historic records of the Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) Archive, a repository of over 500,000 items chronicling the over 165-year history of Britain’s most famous pharmaceutical retailer. It introduces some of the diverse mat... Read More

From traitor to martyr: drawing lessons from the death and burial of Wang Jingwei, 1944 (2018)
Journal Article
Taylor, J. E. (2018). From traitor to martyr: drawing lessons from the death and burial of Wang Jingwei, 1944. doi:10.1017/jch.2017.43

Based on recently re-opened files and publications in Nanjing, as well as published and newsreel accounts from the 1940s, this paper represents the first scholarly analysis of the rituals surrounding the death and burial of Wang Jingwei in Japanese-o... Read More

Theology as translation: Ibn Taymiyya’s Fatwa permitting theology and its reception into his averting the conflict between reason and revealed tradition (Dar' Ta'aruḍ al-'Aql waʾl-Naql) (2018)
Journal Article
Hoover, J., & Mahajneh, M. A. G. (2018). Theology as translation: Ibn Taymiyya’s Fatwa permitting theology and its reception into his averting the conflict between reason and revealed tradition (Dar' Ta'aruḍ al-'Aql waʾl-Naql). Muslim World, 108(1), doi:10.1111/muwo.12229

The Ḥanbalī jurist Ibn Taymiyya (d. 728/1328) wrote his famous tome Darʾ Taʿāruḍ al-ʿAql waʾl-Naql (Averting the Conflict between Reason and Revealed Tradition) in Damascus sometime after 713/1313 to critique the “universal rule” (qānūn kullī) of the... Read More

Multiple-Offense Sentencing Discounts: Score One for Hybrid Accounts of Punishment (2017)
Book Chapter
Hoskins, Z. (2017). Multiple-Offense Sentencing Discounts: Score One for Hybrid Accounts of Punishment. In J. V. Roberts, J. W. D. Keijser, & J. Ryberg (Eds.), Sentencing for Multiple Crimes, 75-93. Oxford University Press (OUP). doi:10.1093/oso/9780190607609.003.0005

This chapter examines one intuitively appealing legal practice for which retributivist accounts struggle to find justification: multiple-offense sentencing discounts. It also considers several proposed strategies for justifying bulk discounts on the... Read More

Evolution and the missing link (in debunking arguments) (2017)
Book Chapter
Leibowitz, U. D., & Sinclair, N. (2017). Evolution and the missing link (in debunking arguments). In M. Ruse, & R. J. Richards (Eds.), Cambridge handbook of evolutionary ethics, 210-225. Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781316459409.016

Cuisine and conquest: interdisciplinary perspectives on food, continuity and change in 11th-century England and beyond (2017)
Book Chapter
Jervis, B., Whelan, F., & Livarda, A. (2017). Cuisine and conquest: interdisciplinary perspectives on food, continuity and change in 11th-century England and beyond. In D. M. Hadley, & C. Dyer (Eds.), The archaeology of the 11th century: continuities and transformationsRoutledge

Multiple strands of evidence are combined to determine the impact of the Norman Con-quest on food culture. Diet is reconstructed from the analysis of zooarchaeological, archaeobotanical and ceramic evidence, as well as through an analysis of the 12th... Read More

Do not revise Ockham's razor without necessity (2016)
Journal Article
Baron, S., & Tallant, J. (2018). Do not revise Ockham's razor without necessity. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 96(3), doi:10.1111/phpr.12337

Ockham’s razor asks that we not multiply entities beyond necessity. The razor is a powerful methodological tool, enabling us to articulate reasons for preferring one theory to another. There are those, however, who would modify the razor. Schaffer (2... Read More

Using mobile media creation to structure museum interpretation with professional vision (2016)
Journal Article
Muñoz Civantos, A., Brown, M., Coughlan, T., Ainsworth, S. E., & Lorenz, K. (2016). Using mobile media creation to structure museum interpretation with professional vision. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 20(1), doi:10.1007/s00779-015-0895-3

Mobile technology plays an increasing role in museum and cultural heritage contexts. In most cases, these tools support the relatively passive consumption of expert interpretations, or the unguided generation of content by users. This paper explores... Read More

Palaikastro (Siteia) 2013: preliminary report on the first excavation season (2015)
Book Chapter
Knappett, C., Livarda, A., & Nomigliano, N. (2015). Palaikastro (Siteia) 2013: preliminary report on the first excavation season. In A. Tzigounaki, P. Karanastasi, & C. Tsigonaki (Eds.), Archaeological Work in Crete 3. Proceedings of the 3rd Meeting, Rethymnon, 5-8 December 2013, Volume B. RethymnonUniversity of Crete

Understanding the rift, the (still) uneasy bedfellows of History and Organization Studies (2014)
Journal Article
Greewood, A., & Bernardi, A. (2014). Understanding the rift, the (still) uneasy bedfellows of History and Organization Studies. Organization, 21(6), doi:10.1177/1350508413514286

Although the use of History has become increasingly discussed and more widely applied within Organization Studies (OS), its relevance for OS still remains far from centrally accepted. This article historicizes the relationship between Sociology and H... Read More

On standing one's ground (2014)
Journal Article
Sinclair, N. (2014). On standing one's ground. Analysis, 74(3),

I provide a positive expressivist account of the permissibility of ‘standing one’s ground’ in some cases of moral conflict, based in part on an illustrative analogy with political disputes. This account suffices to undermine Enoch’s recent argument a... Read More

From villains to victims: experiencing illness in Siberian exile (2013)
Journal Article
Badcock, S. (2013). From villains to victims: experiencing illness in Siberian exile. Europe-Asia Studies, 65(9), doi:10.1080/09668136.2013.840116

This essay presents the subjective experience of life and sickness for the punished in late Imperial Siberia, and the distinctions the punished made between legitimate and illegitimate forms of punishment. The essay also explores state policies towar... Read More