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  • Artifacts From The Cottages Site 

    Bradley, Bruce A.; Sampson, C. Garth (Department of Anthropology, Institute for the Study of Earth and Man, Southern Methodist University, 1978)
    Description and analysis of Lower Palaeolithic artifacts from the Cottages Site, Caddington, UK
  • ArtMaps 

    Giannachi, G; Sinker, R; Stack, J; Locatelli, C; Carletti, L; Price, D; McAuley, D; Coughlan, T; Benford, S (NODEM, 2014-12)
    Art Maps was developed as part of an interdisciplinary collaborative project between three departments at Tate (Tate Learning, Tate Online and Tate Research) and researchers in Computer Science (University of Nottingham) ...
  • ArtMaps: A Technology for Looking at Tate's Collection 

    Giannachi, G; Sinker, R; Stack, J; Locatelli, C; Carletti, L; Price, D; McAuley, D; Coughlan, T; Benford, S (Leonardo/ International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, 2015-04-27)
    This article presents ArtMaps, a crowdsourcing web-based app for desktop and mobile use that allows users to locate, move and annotate artworks in the Tate collection in relation to one or more sets of locations. Here we ...
  • ArtMaps: interpreting the spatial footprints of artworks 

    Coughlan, T; Carletti, L; Giannachi, G; Benford, S; McAuley, D; Price, D; Locatelli, C; Sinker, R; Stack, J (Association for Computing Machinery, 2015-04)
    Creating and utilizing simple links between items and locations in map-based systems has become a mainstream component of modern computing. In this paper, we explore support for ‘art mapping’, an activity that requires ...
  • The Arts Britain still Ignores? 

    Daboo, J (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2017-04-08)
    This Note offers a provocation surrounding questions of diversity in British theatre today. It is now 40 years since the publication of Naseem Khan’s seminal report The Arts Britain Ignores which charted the range of arts ...
  • Asking About What is Better: Intersex, Disability and Inaugurated Eschatology 

    Cornwall, Susannah (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2013-11-13)
    Intersex conditions, in which individuals’ bodies cannot be categorized as clearly male or female, might be figured as a nonpathological physical variation akin to an impairment. Such a comparison may be problematic in ...
  • Aspirational circus glamour: rethinking the circus grotesque through female aerialists of the interwar period 

    Holmes, Kate (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2017-11-06)
    In this article, the author challenges the designation of circus and circus disciplines, including aerial performance, as grotesque (Bakhtin 1984; Russo 1994). The term ‘glamour’ was used in interwar newspaper reports and ...
  • Atena e l’ottovolante: “affective turn”, estetica postmoderna e ricezione dell’antico 

    Carlà, Filippo (University of Rome, 2015-07-01)
    The author investigates in this article the forms of Classical reception, in particular in reference to the visual and performing arts and with a special focus on the role of Classical Antiquity in postmodern aesthetics. ...
  • Athenaeus the Navigator 

    Wilkins, John (Cambridge University Press, 2008)
    This study concerns navigation in a geographical sense and in the sense of the reader finding a way through a complex text with the help of points of reference. Recent studies in Athenaeus have suggested that he was a more ...
  • Atipicità de La cicociara 

    Parisi, Luciano (Sinestesie, 2015)
    Atipicità de "La ciociara"', in Fàvaro A (eds); Atti del Convegno Internazionale Alberto Moravia e La ciociara : letteratura, storia, cinema III : Fondi, 10 maggio 2013. Avellino: Sinestesie, 2015, 177-183. ISBN ...
  • The Attlee government, the imperial preference system and the creation of the GATT 

    Toye, Richard (Oxford University Press, 2003-09)
    This article provides the first systematic account of the Attlee government's role in the 1947 Geneva negotiations that led to the signature of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT). It shows how, in spite of ...
  • The Auteur Affect: "Forces of Encounter" between Shakespeare and Kurosawa in The Bad Sleep Well 

    Gee, FC (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016-09-30)
    Akira Kurosawa’s The Bad Sleep Well is only loosely based on Shakespeare’s Hamlet, yet its themes of cruelty, revenge, social madness and singular emotional intensity are as quintessentially Shakespearean, as they are ...
  • Authentic Recipes from Around the World 

    Martins, AMD; Abbots, EJ; Carvajal, R; Charalambidou, A; Toner, D (HAT Events, 2015-10)
    This book reflects about the term "authenticity" in the context of foods and drinks. It asks how history, time and temporality can be used to make particular cultural products seem "authentic" or the "real" thing. We explore ...
  • Authenticity and Representation: Council Estate Plays at the Royal Court 

    Bell, C; Beswick, K (Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2014-05-07)
    Council estates, otherwise known as British social housing estates, have been subject to media scrutiny since their inception, and widespread criticism of social housing remains a prominent feature of British Welfare State ...
  • Autobiografía y autoría de mujer en el exilio 

    Capdevila-Argüelles, Nuria (Routledge, 2011)
    Female-authored autobiographical writing is fundamental to an understanding of the evolution of authorship from a gender perspective. The corpus formed by the autobiographies of Spain’s first generation of feminists contains ...
  • Automatic radiographic quantification of hand osteoarthritis; accuracy and sensitivity to change in joint space width in a phantom and cadaver study 

    Huétink, K; van 't Klooster, R; Kaptein, BL; Watt, I; Kloppenburg, M; Nelissen, RG; Reiber, JH; Stoel, BC (Springer Verlag for International Skeletal Society, 2011-02-11)
    OBJECTIVE: To validate a newly developed quantification method that automatically detects and quantifies the joint space width (JSW) in hand radiographs. Repeatability, accuracy and sensitivity to changes in JSW were ...
  • The Avar Period Settlement and the Ceramic Finds from the Cemetery in Zillingtal, Burgenland, Eastern Austria 

    Herold, Hajnalka (Verlag Marie Leidorf, 2013)
    A settlement and a cemetery from the Avar period (7th to 8th century AD) were excavated near Zillingtal in Burgenland (Eastern Austria) between 1985 and 1997. In addition to Avar period settlement features, a building ...
  • “Avoir la puce en l’oreille”: Voices of Desire in Alain Chartier’s Debat Reveille Matin and Guillaume Alexis’ Le Debat de l’omme mondain et du religieulx 

    Cayley, EJ (Honore Champion, Paris, 2011)
    The proverb which introduces this article recurs frequently in fifteenth-century French poetry. Pointing both to disquiet and to sexual desire, it stands as a metaphor for the debate vehicle where it is most often found. ...
  • Ärzte im Nationalsozialismus, reveiw 

    Noakes, Jeremy (1986-07)
  • Back to the future in Arkanar: The Strugatskiis, Aleksei German Sr and the problem of injustice in Hard to Be a God 

    Maguire, Muireann (Liverpool University Press, 2015-06)
    This article examines the treatment of the ethical problem of human injustice, cruelty and oppression in Boris and Arkadii Strugatskii’s 1964 novel Trudno byt’ bogom (Hard To Be A God) and its screen adaptation by Aleksei ...