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(Archaeopress, 2018) - Conference itemThis paper considers the argument of literacy and the state in the light of the relative absence of civic inscriptions from the archaic Italian world. It argues that whilst this absence is so pronounced as to be difficult ...
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Networking for the ban: network structure, social power, and the movement to ban antipersonnel mines (Oxford University Press, 2016-06-23) - Book itemThe ban on antipersonnel mines is rightly regarded as a major humanitarian achievement. Yet the successful creation of a legally binding treaty is not reducible to the properties of actors or the quality of ideas in ...