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  • Engaging the Bible in GCSE and A level Religious Studies: Environmental stewardship as a test case 

    Horrell, David G.; Davis, Anna (Routledge (Taylor & Francis), 2014)
    This article explores the potential for critical and informed engagement with biblical texts to form a key element of the study of Christian perspectives on ethical issues at GCSE and A level. Given the current dominance ...
  • English Agricultural Output and Labour Productivity, 1250- 1850: some preliminary estimates 

    Aposolides, A; Broadberry, S; Campbell, B; Overton, M; van Leeuwen, B (Warwick University, 2008-11-26)
    This paper provides annual estimates of English agricultural output and labour productivity during the period 1250-1850, based on manorial records from the medieval period, probate inventories from the early modern period ...
  • Heritage Management of England's Wetlands 

    Van de Noort, Robert; Fletcher, William; Thomas, Gavin (University of Exeter, 2004)
  • English individualism refuted - and reasserted: the land market of Earls Colne (Essex), 1550-1750 

    French, Henry; Hoyle, Richard (Blackwell Publishing, 2003-11)
    Earls Colne first came to the notice of historians through Macfarlane's study of its seventeenth-century vicar, Ralph Josselin, and then Macfarlane's use of evidence from the village in his The Origins of English Individualism ...
  • English law, Brahmo marriage, and the problem of religious difference: civil marriage laws in Britain and India 

    Chatterjee, Nandini (Cambridge University Press, 2010)
    On the face of it, civil marriage represents both the most typical and most anodyne aspect of modern law. One might say that by instituting civil marriage, a bureaucratic, enumerative, and secularized state permits its ...
  • Enmeshed bodies, impossible touch: the object-oriented world of Pina Bausch’s Café Müller 

    Florencio, Joao (Taylor & Francis, 2015-04-09)
    In 1978, a controversial dance piece premiered at the Wuppertal Opera House, one that was ground-breaking in its rejection of established dance idioms and in its troubling of accepted notions of what it meant to dance. ...
  • Entry on Balfour Stewart 

    Noakes, Richard (Chicago University Press, 2004)
    Containing more than 1,200 new entries on both major and minor figures of British science, this four-volume dictionary examines how the theories and practices of scientists were shaped by Victorian beliefs about religion, ...
  • Entry on Cromwell Fleetwood Varley 

    Noakes, Richard (Chicago University Press, 2004)
    Containing more than 1,200 new entries on both major and minor figures of British science, this four-volume dictionary examines how the theories and practices of scientists were shaped by Victorian beliefs about religion, ...
  • Entry on William Crookes 

    Noakes, Richard (Chicago University Press, 2004)
    Containing more than 1,200 new entries on both major and minor figures of British science, this four-volume dictionary examines how the theories and practices of scientists were shaped by Victorian beliefs about religion, ...
  • Entry on William Fletcher Barrett 

    Noakes, Richard (Chicago University Press, 2004)
    Containing more than 1,200 new entries on both major and minor figures of British science, this four-volume dictionary examines how the theories and practices of scientists were shaped by Victorian beliefs about religion, ...
  • Entry on William Henry Harrison 

    Noakes, Richard (Chicago University Press, 2004)
    Containing more than 1,200 new entries on both major and minor figures of British science, this four-volume dictionary examines how the theories and practices of scientists were shaped by Victorian beliefs about religion, ...
  • Environment and Land Use in the Wadi Faynan, Southern Jordan: the Second Season of Geoarchaeology and Landscape Archaeology (1997) 

    Barker, G.W; Adams, R; Creighton, O.H; Gilbertson, D.D; Grattan, J.P; Hunt, C.O; Mattingly, D.J; McLaren, S.J; Mohamed, H.A; Newson, P; Reynolds, T.E.G; Thomas, D.C (Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL), 1998)
    This report describes the second season of fieldwork by an interdisciplinary team of archaeologists and geographers integrating geomorphological, palaeoecological, archaeological and hydrological studies to construct a ...
  • Environment and Land Use in the Wadi Faynan, Southern Jordan: the Third Season of Geoarchaeology and Landscape Archaeology (1998) 

    Barker, G.W; Adams, R; Creighton, O.H; Crook, D; Gilbertson, D.D; Grattan, J.P; Hunt, C.O; Mattingly, D.J; McLaren, S.J; Mohammed, H.A; Newson, P; Palmer, C; Pyatt, F.B; Reynolds, T.E.G; Tomber, R (Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL), 1999)
    This report describes the third season of fieldwork by an interdisciplinary team of archaeologists and geographers working to reconstruct the landscape history of the Wadi Faynan in southern Jordan over the past 200,000 ...
  • An environmental mantra? Ecological interest in Romans 8.19-23 and a modest proposal for its narrative interpretation 

    Hunt, Cherryl; Horrell, David G.; Southgate, Christopher (Oxford University Press, 2008-10)
    Romans 8:19–23 has become a favourite text for ecotheologians seeking biblical grounds for promoting a positive approach towards non-human creation. However, there has been little work that both engages with the passage ...
  • Essex c.700 - 1066 

    Rippon, Stephen (Essex County Council, 1996)
    [FIRST PARAGRAPH] This paper will consider Essex from c.700 to 1066. Though there is a wide range of evidence, and a number of important excavations on Middle to Late Saxon sites in the County, this is the first synthesis ...
  • Ethers, religion and politics in late-Victorian physics: beyond the Wynne thesis 

    Noakes, Richard (Science History Publications Ltd, 2005-12)
  • Euboean Io 

    Mitchell, Lynette G. (Cambridge University Press, 2001-12)
  • Evidence for Prehistoric Salt Extraction Rediscovered in the Hungarian Central Mining Museum 

    Harding, Anthony; Szemán, Attila (Cambridge University Press, 2011)
    This paper describes a group of wooden objects (a trough, ladder, mallet and other pieces) found in 1817 in a salt mine in north-eastern Austria-Hungary, now Ukraine, which have recently come to light in the Hungarian ...
  • Exemplary Influences and Augustus' pernicious moral legacy 

    Langlands, Rebecca (Oxford University Press, 2014)
    No abstract available.
  • Exeter Time Trails 

    Giannachi, G; Barrett, W; Lawrence, R; Cadbury, T; Burbage, H; Chapman, A; Farley, P (Interactive Institute Swedish ICT, 2013-12-05)
    Time Trails is a collaboration between Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery (RAMM), 1010 Media, University of Exeter, and the Exeter City FC Supporters’ Trust (2013). The project researched the use of trails as a ...