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    Feature Essay: What Does the Future Hold for Academic Books? by Marilyn Deegan (Academic Book of the Future Project)

Feature Essay: What Does the Future Hold for Academic Books? by Marilyn Deegan (Academic Book of the Future Project)

Between August 2014 and September 2016, the Academic Book of the Future Project, initiated by the Arts and Humanities Research […]

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    Book Review: The Fix: How Bankers Lied, Cheated and Colluded to Rig the World’s Most Important Number by Liam Vaughan and Gavin Finch

Book Review: The Fix: How Bankers Lied, Cheated and Colluded to Rig the World’s Most Important Number by Liam Vaughan and Gavin Finch

In The Fix: How Bankers Lied, Cheated and Colluded to Rig the World’s Most Important Number, Liam Vaughan and […]

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    Book Review: Inglorious Empire: What the British Did to India by Shashi Tharoor

Book Review: Inglorious Empire: What the British Did to India by Shashi Tharoor

In Inglorious Empire: What the British Did to India, politician and author Shashi Tharoor articulately exposes the destructive effect of […]

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    Lobbying for Change as a New Theory and Practice of Active Citizenship: Author Interview with Alberto Alemanno

Lobbying for Change as a New Theory and Practice of Active Citizenship: Author Interview with Alberto Alemanno

Do you believe that lobbying is a vehicle for representing the interests of some rather than all, meaning its […]

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    Book Review: The Age of Noise in Britain: Hearing Modernity by James G. Mansell

Book Review: The Age of Noise in Britain: Hearing Modernity by James G. Mansell

In The Age of Noise in Britain: Hearing Modernity, James G. Mansell considers how modernity became manifested in aural […]

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    Book Review: The Great Regression edited by Heinrich Geiselberger

Book Review: The Great Regression edited by Heinrich Geiselberger

How do we make sense of the dramatic political changes of recent months? In The Great Regression, editor Heinrich […]

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    Book Review: Close Calls: Managing Risk and Resilience in Airline Flight Safety by Carl Macrae

Book Review: Close Calls: Managing Risk and Resilience in Airline Flight Safety by Carl Macrae

In Close Calls: Managing Risk and Resilience in Airline Flight Safety, Carl Macrae offers a new study of organisational […]

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    Book Review: The Tories and Television, 1951–1964: Broadcasting an Elite by Anthony Ridge-Newman

Book Review: The Tories and Television, 1951–1964: Broadcasting an Elite by Anthony Ridge-Newman

In The Tories and Television, 1951-1964: Broadcasting an Elite, Anthony Ridge-Newman reflects on how historical developments in television broadcasting […]

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    Long Read Review: The Enemy Within: A Tale of Muslim Britain by Sayeeda Warsi

Long Read Review: The Enemy Within: A Tale of Muslim Britain by Sayeeda Warsi

In The Enemy Within: A Tale of Muslim Britain, Sayeeda Warsi offers a book that is part memoir and […]

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    Book Review: In Search of Criminal Responsibility: Ideas, Interests and Institutions by Nicola Lacey

Book Review: In Search of Criminal Responsibility: Ideas, Interests and Institutions by Nicola Lacey

Within In Search of Criminal Responsibility: Ideas, Interests and Institutions, Nicola Lacey investigates changing understandings of criminal responsibility in England […]

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    Book Review: Crimes Unspoken: The Rape of German Women at the End of the Second World War by Miriam Gebhardt

Book Review: Crimes Unspoken: The Rape of German Women at the End of the Second World War by Miriam Gebhardt

In Crimes Unspoken: The Rape of German Women at the End of the Second World War, Miriam Gebhardt presents […]

The Best Bookshops in St Andrews, Scotland

Sneha Reddy takes us on a tour of the best bookshops in St Andrews, Scotland. If there’s a bookshop that […]

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    The Long Read: The Working Class Hasn’t Gone Away by Ron Johnston

The Long Read: The Working Class Hasn’t Gone Away by Ron Johnston

Ron Johnston reviews three recent books that, in very different ways, explore the changing nature and politics of the […]

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    Book Review: Understanding the Imaginary War: Culture, Thought and Nuclear Conflict, 1945-90 edited by Matthew Grant and Benjamin Ziemann

Book Review: Understanding the Imaginary War: Culture, Thought and Nuclear Conflict, 1945-90 edited by Matthew Grant and Benjamin Ziemann

In Understanding the Imaginary War: Culture, Thought and Nuclear Conflict, 1945-90, editors Matthew Grant and Benjamin Ziemann offer a […]

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    LSE RB Feature Essay: Opening Capitalist Realism by Alfie Bown

LSE RB Feature Essay: Opening Capitalist Realism by Alfie Bown

In Opening Capitalist Realism, Alfie Bown pays tribute to the work of the late writer and philosopher on all […]

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