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UPSO (University Press Scholarship Online)

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Works: 265 works in 268 publications in 1 language and 6,009 library holdings
Genres: History  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Military history  Rules  Church history  Conference papers and proceedings 
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Most widely held works by UPSO (University Press Scholarship Online)
Selling war in a media age : the presidency and public opinion in the American century by Kenneth Osgood( )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 908 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

George W. Bush's 'Mission Accomplished' banner in 2003 and the misleading linkages of Saddam Hussein to the 9/11 terrorist attacks awoke many Americans to the techniques used by the White House to put the country on a war footing. Yet Bush was simply following in the footsteps of his predecessors, as the essays in this standout volume reveal in illuminating detail
Jewish identities : nationalism, racism, and utopianism in twentieth-century music by Klára Móricz( )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 874 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

'Jewish Identities' mounts a challenge to prevailing essentialist assumptions about 'Jewish music', which maintain that ethnic groups, nations or religious communities possess an essence that must manifest itself in art created by members of that group
The shadow of the Parthenon : studies in ancient history and literature by Peter Green( )

2 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 766 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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History derailed : Central and Eastern Europe in the long nineteenth century by Iván Tibor Berend( )

3 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 662 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Historian Ivan Berend turns his attention to Central and Eastern Europe in the 19th century, a turbulent period. Extending up to World War I, the period contained the seeds of developments and crises that continue to haunt the region today
Principles of French law by John Bell( )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 504 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Principles of French Law provides a comprehensive introduction to French law aimed at students and scholars embarking on their first study of the system. This new edition takes account of major changes in a number of areas of law with substantial parts of the book rewritten to meet the needs of students and to reflect legal developments
United by faith : the multiracial congregation as an answer to the problem of race by Michael Emerson( )

1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 358 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Presents an argument for multiracial Christian congregations in breaking down racial barriers in the United States
Is critique secular? : blasphemy, injury, and free speech by Talal Asad( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 285 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Four leading thinkers confront the paradoxes and dilemmas attending the supposed stand-off between Islam and liberal democratic values
Wittgenstein and political theory : the view from somewhere by Christopher C Robinson( )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 214 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Ludwig Wittgenstein was arguably the most important philosopher of the twentieth century. Although his writings have influenced a range of philosophical and cultural movements, this effect was not felt strongly in political theory. Indeed, the most comprehensive study of Wittgenstein and political theory was published over thirty five years ago. Wittgenstein and Political Theory sets out to reconnect Wittgenstein with a range of problems and trends within contemporary political theory. The central argument of the book is that Wittgenstein offers scholars doing the difficult work of theorizing political life today an orientation and array of useful conceptual and critical tools. In particular, Wittgenstein's remarks on perception are brought to bear on theory's historical and etymological roots in clear seeing. The effect of these remarks is to free the theorist to explore the city of language and shed fresh light on political concepts such as liberty, dignity, dissent, and ideology"--Page 4 of cover
Regulating sexuality : women in twentieth-century Northern Ireland by Leanne McCormick( )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 190 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is an examination of the attempts to regulate female sexuality in 20th-century Northern Ireland which opens up new and exciting areas of a previously neglected history. It explores the sexual experiences of women, in the context of the distinctive religious, political and social circumstances of Northern Ireland
Stories of women : gender and narrative in the postcolonial nation by Elleke Boehmer( )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 90 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Why is the nation in a postcolonial world so often seen as a motherland? This pathbreaking study, Stories of women: Gender and narrative in the postcolonial nation, explores the perennially fascinating relationship between gender icons and foundational fictions of the nation in different postcolonial spaces." "The book will draw interest from readers and researchers of postcolonial, international and women's writing; of nation theory, colonial history and historiography; and of Indian, African, migrant and diasporic literatures."--Jacket
Beholden : religion, global health, and human rights by Susan R Holman( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 47 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Global health efforts today are usually shaped by two very different ideological approaches: a human rights-based approach to health and equity-often associated with public health, medicine, or economic development activities; or a religious or humanitarian "aid" approach motivated by personal beliefs about charity, philanthropy, missional dynamics, and humanitarian "mercy." The underlying differences between these two approaches can create tensions and even outright hostility that undermines the best intentions of those involved. In Beholden: Religion, Global Health, and Human Rights, Susan R. Holman--a scholar in both religion and the history of medicine--challenges this traditional polarization by telling stories designed to help shape a new perspective on global health, one that involves a multidisciplinary integration of religion and culture with human rights and social justice. The book's six chapters range broadly, describing pilgrimage texts in the Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, and Islamic traditions; the effect of ministry and public policy on nineteenth-century health care for the poor; the story of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as it shaped economic, social, and cultural rights; a "religious health assets" approach based in Southern Africa; and the complex dynamics of gift exchange in the modern faith-based focus on charity, community, and the common good. Holman's study serves as an insightful guide for students and practitioners interested in improving and broadening the scope of global health initiatives, with an eye towards having the greatest impact possible. (Publisher)
Alcohol use disorders : a developmental science approach to etiology by Hiram E Fitzgerald( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 37 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Alcohol Use Disorders takes a life-span/developmental approach to understanding the etiologic processes that heighten risk or resilience factors for alcohol use disorders (AUD). Contemporary understanding benefits from thirty years of longitudinal studies that were specifically designed to assess pre-onset origins, predictors of onset, and outcomes through early adulthood. The overriding theme of the volume is that the origins and expression of AUD are best understood within the context of developmental processes and dynamic systems organization and change. Such dynamic systems give rise to diverse pathways that are characterized by multi-finality and equi-finality due to the exchanges among genes, epigenetic processes, and the complexities of the individual organism's experiential world. For some individuals, these dynamic processes lead to risk cumulative or cascade effects that embody adverse childhood experiences that exacerbate risk, predict early onset drinking (or smoking), and are highly likely to lead to AUD during the transitions to adolescence and emerging adulthood. In other cases, protective factors within or outside of the individual's immediate family enable embodiment of normative stress regulatory systems and neural networks that support resilience and prevention of AUD and other addictive behaviors."--
The poetry of translation : from Chaucer & Petrarch to Homer & Logue by Matthew Reynolds( )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 36 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is a wide-ranging book which launches a new theory of poetry translation and pursues it through readings of poem-translations from across the history of English literature. It engages with the key debates in translation studies, and offers new interpretations of major works
Hegel's development: toward the sunlight, 1770-180 by H. S Harris( )

1 edition published in 1972 in English and held by 35 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume shows how Hegel gradually discovers philosophy and the necessity of personal commitment as a philosopher
Tribes and Politics in Yemen : A History of the Houthi Conflict by Marieke Brandt( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 29 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Tribes and politics in Yemen' tells the story of the Houthi conflict in Sa'dah Province, Yemen, as seen through the eyes of the local tribes. In the West the Houthi conflict, which erupted in 2004, is often defined through the lenses of either the Iranian-Saudi proxy war or the Sunni-Shia divide. Yet, as experienced by locals, the Houthi conflict is much more deeply rooted in the recent history of Sa'dah Province. Its origins must be sought in the political, economic, social and sectarian transformations since the 1960s civil war and their repercussions on the local society, which is dominated by tribal norms. From the civil war to the Houthi conflict these transformations involve the same individuals, families and groups, and are driven by the same struggles over resources, prerogatives, and power. This book is based on years of anthropological fieldwork expertise both on the ground and through digital anthropological approaches. It offers a detailed account of the local complexities of the Houthi conflict and its historical background and underscores the absolute imperative of understanding the highly local, personal, and non-ideological nature of internal conflict in Yemen
The English Benedictine cathedral priories : rule and practice, c. 1270-c. 1420 by Joan Greatrex( )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This title offers a study of nine monastic communities. Joan Greatrex follows the lives of the young men from the day of their arrival at the monastery to the moment of their death or departure. The individual chapters provide the details that fill in many of the gaps in the monastic biographies to be found in her earlier work
Restorative neurology of spinal cord injury by Milan R Dimitrijevic( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 24 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Focusing on the spinal cord and its role in motor control 'Restorative Neurology of Spinal Cord Injury' details the clinical and neurophysiological assessment process and methods developed throughout the past half century by basic and clinical scientists
Shakespeare, co-author : a historical study of five collaborative plays by Brian Vickers( )

1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 24 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

For over two centuries scholars have discussed the evidence that Shakespeare worked with co-authors on several plays. In this study, Brian Vickers argues the case for co-authorship of five plays: 'Titus Andronicus', 'Henry VIII', 'Timon of Athens' 'Pericles' and 'The Two Noble Kinsmen'
Phonological architecture : a biolinguistic perspective by Bridget D Samuels( )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Phonological Architecture bridges linguistic theory and the biological sciences, presenting a comprehensive view of phonology from a biological perspective. Its back-to-basics approach breaks phonology into primitive operations and representations and investigates their possible origins in cognitive abilities found throughout the animal kingdom. Bridget Samuels opens the discussion by considering the general properties of the externalisation system in a theory-neutral manner, using animal cognition studies to identify which components of phonology may not be unique to humans and/or to language. She demonstrates, on the basis of behavioural and physiological studies on primates, songbirds, and a wide variety of other species, that the cognitive abilities underlying human phonological representations and operations are present in creatures other than Homo sapiens (even if not to the same degree) and in domains other than phonology or, indeed, language proper. The second, more linguistically technical half of the book explores what is necessarily unique about phonology. The author discusses the properties of the phonological module which are dictated by the interface requirements of the syntactic module of Universal Grammar as well as different components of the human sensory-motor system (ie audition, vision, and motor control). She proposes a repertoire of phonological representations and operations which are consistent with Universal Grammar and human cognitive evolution. She illustrates the application of these operations with analyses of representative phonological data such as vowel harmony, reduplication, and tone spreading patterns. Finally, the author addresses the issue of cross-linguistic and inter-speaker variation."--Publisher's website
The dissenters by Michael R Watts( )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 20 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In this second volume on dissent between the Reformation and the French Revolution, the author gives a comprehensive analysis of the dissenters from the aftermath of the revolution through to 1869
 
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History derailed : Central and Eastern Europe in the long nineteenth century
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Wittgenstein and political theory : the view from somewhereStories of women : gender and narrative in the postcolonial nation
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