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A pre-history of ‘peer review’ : refereeing and editorial selection at the Royal Society
(2016-08-25) - Journal article,
Despite being coined only in the early 1970s, ‘peer review’ has become a powerful rhetorical concept in modern academic discourse, tasked with ensuring the reliability and reputation of scholarly research. Its origins have ...
The Scottish Enlightenment and the matter of Troy
(2018-03-18) - Journal article,
The modern world knows the Scottish Enlightenment as the nursery of today’s social sciences, when the outlines of economics, sociology and anthropology first became apparent in the works of Adam Smith and his contemporaries. ...
Scotland's eroding heritage : a collaborative response to the impact of climate change
(2017-11-20) - Journal article,
The global eminent life : sixth-century collected biographies from Gregory of Tours to Huijiao of Jiaxiang Temple
(2018-11) - Journal article,
Sanctity and the holy have been useful concepts for scholars seeking to compare religious cultures. This paper seeks to extend the project of comparisons by investigating the organisational contexts that produced collected ...
Migration vs. inclusion : Roma mobilities from East to West
(2018-09-06) - Journal article,
Historically the Balkan region is known as producing the East-West European Roma migrations and the current Roma mobility is not an exception. The Roma migrations, which already became topical nowadays, prompted policy ...
The song of the death of Somerled and the destruction of Glasgow in 1153
(2013) - Journal article,
Russian : a monocentric or pluricentric language?
(2018-12-18) - Journal article,
All the world’s ‘big’ languages of international communication (for instance, English, French or Spanish) are pluricentric in their character, meaning that official varieties of these languages are standardized differently ...
Roma labelling : policy and academia
(2018-12-13) - Journal article,
For centuries in different countries of Central, South-eastern and Eastern Europe groups of people have lived who are all called by their surrounding population with different appellations, which is usually translated into ...
Belarus : a Chinese solution?
(The Jan Nowak-Jeziorański College of Eastern Europe (Kolegium Europy Wschodniej), 2018-07-31) - Journal article,
Realms, regions and lords : Ireland and Scotland in the later middle ages
(2015) - Journal article,
Los estudios sobre política de las Islas Británicas en la baja edad media han tendido a tratar sobre territorios concretos o a poner el Reino de Inglaterra en el centro de los debates. No obstante, en términos de su tamaño ...