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Number of items: 9.

B

Button, Timothy; (2023) Symmetric relations, symmetric theories, and Pythagrapheanism. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (In press).

C

Crymble, Adam; (2023) The Impact of Military Demobilisation on Rising Irish Migration to London, c. 1750-1850. Irish Historical Studies (In press).

G

Gilbert, J; (2023) The Manuscript as Property and as Apparatus: Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Bodley 264. In: Kugle, K, (ed.) The Networked Court. TBC (In press).

Gilbert, Jane; Putter, Ad; (2023) Matters of form: experiments in verse and prose romance. In: Krueger, Roberta L, (ed.) New Companion to Medieval Romance. Cambridge University Press (In press).

J

Jensen, MA; (2023) Gendering Experiences of Anti-Semitism: A Quantitative Analysis of Discrimination in Europe. European Journal of Jewish Studies 10.1163/1872471X-bja10043. (In press). Green open access
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Jordan, Timothy; Richterich, Annika; (2023) Researching the digital economy and the creative economy: free gaming shards and commercialised making at the intersection of digitality and creativity. European Journal of Cultural Studies (In press). Green open access
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M

Mac Góráin, Fiachra; (2023) Virgilius superat Calabrum: La Cerda on the "imitation" of Quintus of Smyrna in the Aeneid. In: Casali, Sergio, (ed.) Early Modern and Modern Commentaries on Virgil. (p. 285). De Gruyter: Berlin, Germany; and New York, NY, USA. (In press).

V

Vidro, Nadezda; (2023) The medieval Qaraite calendar in the diaspora. Aleph: Historical Studies in Science and Judaism (In press).

Vidro, Nadezda; (2023) Qaraite New Moon Observation in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries and Its Ritual and Calendrical Implications. Tarbiz: a quarterly for Jewish studies (In press).

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