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Recent publications

Explore some of the recent publications from IAS Fellows or from Durham colleagues supported by the IAS via funded projects or thematic activities. Use the slider below. 

Valiant Judges, Iniquitous Law

Graver, HP (2023) Valiant Judges, Iniquitous Law. Abingdon: Routledge.

The Rise of Early Rome: Transportation Networks and Domination in Central Italy, 1050-500 BC,le Goes Here

Fulminante, F (2023) The Rise of Early Rome: Transportation Networks and Domination in Central Italy, 1050–500 BC. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.  

Rethinking Peace Mediation

Turner,C & Waehlisch, M (2020) Rethinking Peace Mediation. Bristol: Bristol University Press.

Place and space in social work

Bryant, L. and Williams, C. (2020). Qualitative Social Work.

Photographs and the Practice of History: a short primer

Edwards, E (2022) Photographs and the Practice of History: a short primer. London: Bloomsbury.

The danger of intimate algorithims

Forlano, L (2020), Public Books.

 

A Qualitative Analysis of Maori and Pacific People’s Experiences of Using Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS)

Strickett, E., Robertson, L., Waa, A., Blank, M-L., Erick, S., Hoek, J. (2020), Nicotine & Tobacco Research.

 

The Third Reich's Elite Schools: A History of the Napolas

Roche, H. (2023) The Third Reich’s Elite Schools: A History of the Napolas, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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