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  1. 2020
  2. Gray, J 2020, Infrastructural Experiments and the Politics of Open Access. in MP Eve & J Gray (eds), Reassembling Scholarly Communications: Histories, Infrastructures, and Global Politics of Open Access. The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, USA.
  3. Schultz, TKP & Ridi, N 2020, Arbitration Literature. in T Schultz & F Ortino (eds), The Oxford Handbook of International Arbitration. Oxford University Press.
  4. Dupont, C, Schultz, TKP & Yackee, J 2020, Investment Arbitration and Political Systems Theory. in The Oxford Handbook of International Arbitration. Oxford University Press.
  5. Biondi, A 2020, Brexit. in Le Parole del XX Secolo. Enciclopedia Treccani, Rome.
  6. Williams, O, Robert, G, Martin, G, Hanna, E & O'Hara, J 2020, Is Co-production just really good PPI? Making sense of patient and public involvement and Co-production networks. in M Bevir & J Waring (eds), Decentring Health and Care Networks: Reshaping the organization and delivery of healthcare. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 213-237. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-40889-3_10
  7. Duvic-Paoli, L-AU 2020, Vigilance and Prevention: The Contribution of the Gabčikovo-Nagymaros Judgment. in S Forlati, M Mbengue & B McGarry (eds), The Gabčikovo-Nagymaros Judgment and its Contribution to the Development of International Law . Brill.
  8. Head, MW 2020, 'A Pleasing Rape': John Dennis, Music and the Queer Sublime. in S Hibberd & M Stanyon (eds), Music and the Sonorous Sublime in European Culture, 1600-1880. 1st edn, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press., Cambridge.
  9. Edgerton, D 2020, Never Alone and Always Strong: The British War Economy in 1940 and After. in M Harrison & S Broadberry (eds), The Economics of the Second World War: Seventy-Five Years On. CEPR Press, London, pp. 55-60.
  10. Callanan, J 2020, The Comparison of Animals. in JJ Callanan & L Allais (eds), Kant and Animals. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 19-41.
  11. Gray, J 2020, The Data Epic: Visualisation Practices for Narrating Life and Death at a Distance. in M Engebretsen & H Kennedy (eds), Data Visualization in Society. Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, pp. 313-328. https://doi.org/10.5117/9789463722902_ch19
  12. McCluskey, E 2020, THE VALORISATION OF INTIMACY: HOW TO MAKE SENSE OF DISDAIN, DISTANCE AND ‘DATA’. in Failure as Fieldwork: Living and Knowing in the Field of International Relations. E-International Relations.
  13. Samet-Porat, I, Smith, H & Klimchuk, D 2020, Introduction. in Philosophical Foundations of the Law of Equity. OUP.
  14. Adamson, G 2020, IMPERIAL OSCILLATIONS: Gilbert Walker and the Construction of the Southern Oscillation. in M Mahony & S Randalls (eds), Weather, Climate, and the Geographical Imagination: Placing Atmospheric Knowledges., 2, University of Pittsburgh Press, pp. 43-66. https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctv10h9g13.6
  15. Gray, J 2020, Data Worlds. in A Feigenbaum & A Alamalhodaei (eds), The Data Storytelling Workbook. Routledge.
  16. Coffee, A 2020, Richard Price. in M Sellars & S Kirste (eds), Encyclopedia for Law and Social Philosophy. Springer.
  17. Schultz, TKP 2020, Legitimacy Pragmatism in International Arbitration: A Framework for Analysis. in J Kalicki & M Abdel Raouf (eds), Evolution and Adaptation: The Future of International Arbitration. ICCA Congress Series, vol. 20, Wolters Kluwer, pp. 25-51.
  18. Geoghegan, BD 2020, An Architecture of Information: A Comparison of Wiener’s and Shannon’s Theories of Information. in T Vardouli & O Touloumi (eds), Computer Architectures: Constructing the Common Ground, 1945-1980. Informa.
  19. Sarkadi, S 2020, Argumentation-based Dialogue Games for Modelling Deception. in F Castagna, F Mosca, J Mumford, S Sarkadi & A Xydis (eds), Online Handbook of Argumentation for AI. vol. 1, pp. 38-42.
  20. Rebaza-Soraluz, L 2020, No ver la maravilla sino asumir la historia y el mito: Alejo Carpentier y lo real maravilloso como punto de vista epistemológico en pintura, música y literatura. in Arte, artista y campo artístico: inscripciones y poéticas en el contexto latinoamericano. . Fondo editorial de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, Peru.
  21. Asmolov, G 2020, Runet in Crises Situations. in S Davydov (ed.), Internet in Russia: : An Integral Study of the Runet and Its Impact on Social Life. . Societies and Political Orders in Transition, Springer, pp. 298. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-33016-3_12
  22. Edgerton, D & Pickstone, JV 2020, The United Kingdom. in H Slotten (ed.), The Cambridge History of Science: Volume VIII Modern Science in National, Transnational, and Global Context . Cambridge History of Science, Cambridge University Press.
  23. Samet-Porat, I & Nair, A 2020, What Can ‘Equity’s Darling’ Tell Us About Equity? in H Smith, D Klimchuk & I Samet (eds), Philosophical Foundations of the Law of Equity. OUP, Oxford.
  24. Golob, A 2020, What Do Animals See? Intentionality, Objects and Kantian Nonconceptualism. in JJ Callanan & L Allais (eds), Kant and Animals. Oxford Univerity Press; Oxford. https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780198859918.003.0004
  25. 2019
  26. Bunz, M 2019, Conversational Interface. in T Beyes, R Holt & C Pias (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Media, Technology, and Organization Studies. Oxford Handbooks, Oxford Univerity Press; Oxford.
  27. Brydan, DA 2019, Rethinking the Cold War: A Global Conflict? in J Reinisch, D Brydan & B Walsh (eds), Exploring and Teaching Twentieth-Century History. Historical Association, pp. 38.
  28. Drayton, RH 2019, "Race, Culture and Class: European Hegemony and Global Class Formation, c. 1800-1950". in C Dejung, J Osterhammel & D Motadel (eds), The Global Bourgeoisie: The Rise of the Middle Classes in the Age of Empire. Princeton University Press, Princeton.
  29. Schultz, TKP & Ridi, N 2019, How Comity Makes Transnationalism Work. in P Zumbansen (ed.), The Many Lives of Transnational Law: Critical Engagement with Jessup’s Bold. Cambridge University Press, pp. 88-101. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108780582.004
  30. Ajana, B 2019, Digital Biopolitics, Humanitarianism and the Datafication of Refugees. in Refugee Studies: Contemporary Research Across the Humanities. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  31. Connaughton, P, de St Croix, T, Grace, P & Thompson, N 2019, In Defence of Youth Work storytelling as methodology and curriculum in HEI teaching. in M Seal (ed.), Teaching youth work in Higher Education: Tensions, connections, continuities and contradictions. University of Tartu, Estonia, pp. 247-255.
  32. Rushton, EAC & Batchelder, M 2019, Education for Sustainable Development through Extra-curricular or Non-curricular education. in W Leal Filho (ed.), Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Quality Education. SpringerLink. https://doi.org/doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-69902-8_19-1
  33. Alvarez, M & Hyman, J 2019, Philosophy of Action 1945-2015. in B Kelly & I Thomson (eds), The Cambridge History of Philosophy, 1945-2015. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  34. Beaney, M 2019, Translating ‘Bedeutung’ in Frege’s Writings: A Case Study and Cautionary Tale in the History and Philosophy of Translation. in P Ebert & M Rossberg (eds), Essays on Frege’s Basic Laws of Arithmetic. Oxford Univerity Press; Oxford, Oxford. https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780198712084.003.0021
  35. Adamson, G 2019, El Niño and Society. in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science. Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190228620.013.720
  36. Schultz, TKP & Bachmann, C 2019, A Wig for Arbitrators: What Does it Add? in R Bahar, R Trigo Trindade & G Neri-Castracane (eds), Vers les sommets du droit, Liber Amicorum pour Henry Peter. Schulthess, pp. 105-120.
  37. Meehan, K 2019, Making space for practical authority: policy formalization and the right to water in Mexico. in F Sultana & A Loftus (eds), Water Politics: Governance, Justice and the Right to Water. Routledge, New York, pp. 28-41.
  38. Stokes, M 2019, The Middle East in Music History: An Ethnomusicological Perspective. in The Music Road: Coherence and Diversity in Music from the Mediterranean to India. vol. Proceedings of the British Academy 223, Oxford Univerity Press; Oxford, pp. 21-38.
  39. Coffee, A 2019, Catharine Macaulay. in S Berges, EH Botting & A Coffee (eds), The Wollstonecraftian Mind. Routledge, London, pp. 198-210.
  40. Gray, J 2019, What a Difference a Dataset Makes? Data Journalism And/As Data Activism. in J Evans, S Ruane & H Southall (eds), Data in Society: Challenging Statistics in an Age of Globalisation. The Policy Press, Bristol.
  41. Golob, A 2019, Decadence and Aesthetics. in D Weir & J Desmarais (eds), Decadence and Literature. Cambridge University Press, pp. 115-131. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108550826
  42. Howe, SL 2019, "Library of Opaque Memory": Spectral Archives in Brandon Som, Mai Der Vang and Bhanu Kapil. in L Anderson, M Byers & A Warner (eds), The Contemporary Poetry Archive: Essays and Interventions. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 124-42.
  43. Silverio, SA, Gauntlett, W, Wallace, H & Brown, JM 2019, (Re)discovering grounded theory for cross-disciplinary qualitative health research. in BC Clift, J Gore, S Bekker, I Costas Batlle, K Chudzikowski & J Hatchard (eds), Myths, methods, and messiness: Insights for qualitative research analysis.. University of Bath, pp. 41-59.
  44. Drayton, RH 2019, Biggar vs Little Britain: God, War, Union, Brexit and Empire in Twenty-first century Conservative ideology. in S Ward & A Rasch (eds), Embers of Empire in Brexit Britain . Bloomsbury, London, pp. 143-155.
  45. Gorfinkel, E 2019, Wanda's Slowness: Enduring Insignificance. in I Margulies & J Szaniawski (eds), On Women's Films: Across Worlds and Generations. Bloomsbury Academic, London, pp. 27-48.
  46. Pitt, C, Eriksson, T & Plangger, KA 2019, Customer Goodwill: How Perceived Competence and Rapport Influence eWOM’s Diagnosticity of Peer-to-Peer and Professional Access-Based Services. in R Belk, F Bardhi & G Eckhardt (eds), Handbook on the Sharing Economy. Edward Elgar.
  47. Ogiermann, E 2019, Researching im/politeness in face-to-face interactions: On disagreements in Polish homes. in E Ogiermann & P Garcés Conejos Blitvich (eds), From speech acts to lay understandings of politeness: Multilingual and multicultural perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press., pp. 146-174.
  48. Wolff, JE 2019, Representationalism in Measurement Theory. Structuralism or Perspectivalism? in M Massimi & CD McCoy (eds), Understanding Perspectivism : Scientific Challenges and Methodological Prospects. 1st edn, Routlegde, New York.
  49. Coffee, A & Bryan, A 2019, Adam Smith. in M Sellars & S Kirste (eds), Encyclopedia for Law and Social Philosophy. Springer.
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