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Sustaining International Law: History, Nature, and the Politics of Global Ordering

Aaron Wu
2018 Social Science Research Network  
In a practical sense, such a delimitation operates to hinder the process of creating a more pluralistic, conceptually open, and just set of responses to contemporary environmental problems.  ...  of what this notion of development entails, see David Trubek and Alvaro Santos, 'Introduction: The Third Moment in Law and Development Theory and the Emergence of a New Critical Practice', in David  ...  Nuclear Tests Examination Request (New Zealand v France) [1995] ICJ Reports 288 Territorial Jurisdiction of the International Commission on the River Oder [1929] PCIJ 23 Trail Smelter (United States  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3331610 fatcat:ht553xbk65huhbj3usougr3vha

The World Health Organization [chapter]

H. C. Goodman, T. A. Lambo
1983 Biomedical Institutions, Biomedical Funding, and Public Policy  
Earth Institute, and the Mailman School of Public  ...  Acknowledgements In completing this dissertation, I am grateful for the financial support of the National Science Foundation's IGERT Program in International Development and Globalization, Columbia University's  ...  Your cable no. 6 of 4 February and your letter of 5 February 1959, Re.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4684-4448-3_8 fatcat:ml2exmsdxzf7phbkt2lmcgxng4


Tallinna Raamatukogu
Information processing for mass-customized clothing production // 2016 IEEE Tenth International Conference on Semantic Computing : 3-5 February 2016, Laguna Hills, California : proceedings.  ...  Formal safety versus real safety : quantitative and qualitative approaches to safety cultureevidence from Estonia // Proceedings of the Latvian Academy of Sciences.  ... 

Negating the Human, Narrating a World Without Us [chapter]

Mahlu Mertens
2021 Lettre  
In »Negating the Human, Narrating a World Without Us«, she argues that part of the text manages to evoke, through its list-like form, tense, and accompanying rhythm, mixed feelings of sadness and comfort  ...  in the face of human extinction - instead of the feeling of 'activist melancholia' often elicited by ecological elegies.  ...  Thatcher in the House of Commons'd frozen, listening, watching, thinking, What's wrong with Jason Taylor?  ... 
doi:10.14361/9783839458808-005 fatcat:d2puvu67cvapnlafn55zhjryqy

4. The Good Life [chapter]

Philip Graham
2021 Mary Warnock  
HFEA, and a UK regulatory system for assisted reproduction that is the envy of the world.  ...  p. 33. 16 Warnock, 2000, p. 84. 17 UA, 3, p. 30. 18 Jas Elsner, 2021, pp. 328-329. 19 Ibid. 20 Interview with Giles Fraser, Confessions, 10 February 2019. 21 Ibid. on the issues of the day.  ...  She then became Mistress of Girton College, Cambridge, and an ac� ve member of the House of Lords.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0278.04 fatcat:k64csqbfv5cirj44p42q2konba

School Certificate Examinations in England, 1918-1950 A historical investigation of the formation and maintenance of a national examination system: Examination Boards, teachers and the state

Andrew John Watts, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Philip Gardner
This dissertation calls for a reevaluation of the place of the School Certificate Examinations (SCE) in the history of the examination system in England.  ...  More generally, those who opposed the external examination system believed it to be a mechanical and bureaucratic assault on education itself.  ...  Phil Gardner, whose interest in and support for my research has been a constant encouragement. Our discussions about  ... 
doi:10.17863/cam.43215 fatcat:huu6wcjscvghxpf72cr6yb7ltq

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Matt Bosley, Matthew Lavin, Elizabeth Lorang, Keith Nickum, Erin Pedigo, Hannah Vahle, Bethany Nowviskie, Craig Bellamy, John Bradley, Paul Caton, Carolyn Guertin, Ian Johnson (+61 others)
2013 unpublished
We hope you can come to our open house during the conference and meet some of our faculty and graduate students.  ...  of Southeast Asia, former Soviet bloc countries, the Middle East and Africa, as well as Spanish.  ...  Mellon Foundation for funding "Editorial Practices and the Web" ( Acknowledgments We thank Charlotte Sexton, Melissa Naylor, and Matt Terrington from the National Gallery, and Mike Tovell  ... 

Reconciling rhetoric and reality : putting "development" at the centre of the game

Irfan Reayat
If privatization and deregulation are considered a panacea to address Pakistan's governance and development problems, then it needs to be done in the right way.  ...  The thesis conducts comparative analysis of privatization and deregulation in the telecommunication and banking sectors of Pakistan, Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic, and highlights the importance  ...  14 For details on privatization of the banking sector in Hungary see Ronald Anderson & Chantal Kegels, Transition Banking: Financial Development of Central and Eastern Europe (Oxford: Clarendon Press,  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0073722 fatcat:bdatejijubekzeri6zsl7htlka

The Conservation and Adaptation of Historic Anglican Churches in England for Secular Community Use and Continued Worship, Post‐1945

Matthew George Steele
World War and the physical destruction of the buildings.  ...  The thesis covers three periods: the consolidation of the conservation movement and the reinstatement of bomb‐damaged churches (1945 to 1968); the adaptation of historic churches for religious and community  ...  to the present day; to reflect critically on the histories of the lack of community engagement in his working practices.  ... 
doi:10.21954/ fatcat:347yxxklzrbgxfphnymr2uwkxi

The Transnational Governance of Human Trafficking in Japan [article]

Ben Chapman-Schmidt, University, The Australian National, University, The Australian National
ideas and networks influence the local governance of human trafficking.  ...  of migration in the late-20th century and the shift back to "modern day slavery" in the 21st century.  ...  Chapters 5 and 6.  ... 
doi:10.25911/5d67b945a71c9 fatcat:j5fo47pucnhmfedpd2frsqddsm

The Poetry of Mu Dan [article]

Xu Wang, University, The Australian National, University, The Australian National
My research will also explore the intriguing subject of influence and continuity in Chinese poetry, which I believe is one of the key problems for the study of Mu Dan, and how it was that Mu Dan achieved  ...  This study will start with revaluations of the critical and popular reception of Mu Dan, the so-called "Mu Dan Phenomenon," against the background of our pragmatic, consumer society where lyric poetry  ...  Pang Bingjun on 24 April, 2009. 90 Lloyd Haft, forword to A Selective Guide to Chinese Literature 1900 -1949 , vol. 3: The Poem (Leiden and New York: E.J.  ... 
doi:10.25911/5d7634e240c56 fatcat:szyl4wi3brfybjxsimaresacdm

Feminist Art Histories and Masculinity: Reading the Mainstream Art Museum

Katherine McPhail
This is most evident in the case of transgender narratives.Despite the rise in the number of women artists and/or artists of colour, these artists arenot given the same space as artists accepted within  ...  This causesa lack of equivalency of scale between artists. Additionally, there are often specificspaces and times given to the display of marginalised artists.  ...  The PhD community at the School of Museums was a huge help during this process, specifically I would like to thank Dr Jennifer Bergevin and Dr Angela Stienne for their sage advice and answering all questions  ... 
doi:10.25392/ fatcat:rzspzvovafa4vl53uqr5rwfxku

Secondary Education in BBC Broadcast 1944–1965: drawing out networks of conversation and visions of reform

Lottie Hoare, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Catherine Burke
Who collaborated to create and edit these programmes and how were the programmes devised to inform the public about the provision of secondary education?  ...  The majority of the programmes considered are radio broadcast, however some documentary films on the topic of secondary education, made by the BBC and transmitted on television, are also analysed.  ...  It takes a long time to live down being in 3C, when the whole of one's society implies that 'effort' and 'good striving' should be devoted to keeping one out of 3C.  ... 
doi:10.17863/cam.21052 fatcat:4waqjxtx4zdcfoyzzlhetwxl7a

Exposing New Guinea: The early photographers, W. G. Lawes and J. W. Lindt [article]

Antje Lubcke, University, The Australian National, University, The Australian National
This thesis explores the early photographic representation of southeast New Guinea through a close examination of the lives and work of two of the first Europeans to fix the region and its inhabitants  ...  Focussing on the nature of Lawes's and Lindt's photographic encounters, traces of which can be read from the images themselves as well as their writings, reveals the significance of the camera as well  ...  For work on repatriation of artefacts and photographs in Papua New Guinea, see Joshua Bell, 'Looking to See: Reflections on Visual Repatriation in the Purari Delta, Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea', in  ... 
doi:10.25911/5d67b17b20509 fatcat:fbmpuiipcvaqvg74ufzf3ml4k4