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Ambroziak, Klaudia B. and Safra, Lou and Tsakiris, Manos (2022) Non-political anger shifts political preferences towards stronger leaders. Scientific Reports, 12 (1). ISSN 2045-2322

Bodard, Gabriel and Vagionakis, Irene (2022) EpiDoc and Epigraphic Training in the Era of Remote and Hybrid Teaching. Digital Classics Online, 8 . pp. 106-121. ISSN 2364-7957


Botana, Federico (2022) Tammaro De Marinis, Vittorio Forti, and the Acquisition of Islamic Manuscripts for J. P. Morgan in Constantinople in 1913. Manuscript Studies, 7 (2). pp. 237-269. ISSN 2381-5329

Dodd, Emlyn (2022) The archaeology of wine production in Roman and pre-Roman Italy. American Journal of Archaeology, 126 (3). pp. 443-480. ISSN 0002-9114

Ford, Joseph (2022) Towards a Vernacular Poetics of World-making: Edouard Glissant, Abdelkébir Khatibi, and Kaouther Adimi. Modern Languages Open . ISSN 2052-5397

Ford, Joseph and Santos, Emanuelle (2022) Decolonising languages: Ways forward for UK HE and beyond. Languages, Society and Policy . ISSN 2515-3854

Foster, Kate (2022) Lèche-vitrines: Human Identity and the Mannequin in 'Au Bonheur des Dames'. Dix-Neuf .

Harloe, Katherine (2022) Leben in (Liebes-)Briefen. Lesarten von Winckelmanns Korrespondenz im langen 19. Jahrhundert. Zeitschrift für Ästhetik und Allgemeine Kunstwissenschaft (ZÄK) (Sonderheft), 23 . pp. 91-111. ISSN 0044-2186

Hayes de kalaf, Eve and Cox, Juanita (2022) At “tipping point”: New report signals limited drive within the Home Office properly to address the Windrush scandal. History & Policy .

Knox, Rupert (2022) Mobilising and constraining: the dynamics of human rights discourse in two Mexican social movements. International Journal of Human Rights .

Miglietti, Sara (2022) Jean Bodin: une pensée en mouvement. Etude des variantes entre les deux rédactions de la Methodus (1566, 1572). Seizième Siècle .

Montoya, Ainhoa (2022) Post-extractive juridification: Undoing the legal foundations of mining in El Salvador. Geoforum, 138 . ISSN 1872-9398

Montoya, Ainhoa and Sieder, Rachel and Bravo-Espinosa, Yacotzin (2022) Juridificación multiescalar frente a la industria minera: experiencias de Centroamérica y México. ÍCONOS Revista de Ciencias Sociales, XXVI (72). pp. 57-78. ISSN 1390-1249

Reardon-smith, Susan (2022) Linking Land and Sea: Intersections between Indigenous Peoples’ Dispossession and Asylum Seekers’ Containment by Australia. Migration and Society, 7 . pp. 1-16. ISSN 2574-1314

Ruisch, Benjamin C. and Von Mohr, Mariana and Naber, Marnix and Tsakiris, Manos and Fazio, Russell H. and Scheepers, Daan T. (2022) Sensitive liberals and unfeeling conservatives? Interoceptive sensitivity predicts political liberalism. Politics and the Life Sciences, 41 (2). pp. 256-275. ISSN 0730-9384

Shea, Nicholas (2022) Concepts as Plug & Play Devices. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. . ISSN 1471-2970 (Submitted)

Shea, Nicholas and Thorne, Sapphira and Smortchkova, Joulia and Quilty-dunn, Jake and Hampton, James A (2022) Is Concept Appraisal Modulated by Procedural or Declarative Manipulations? Frontiers in Psychology, 13 . ISSN 13:774629.

Sieder, Rachel and Montoya, Ainhoa and Bravo, Yacotzin (2022) Presentación del dossier. Extractivismo minero en América Latina: la juridificación de los conflictos socioambientales. ÍCONOS Revista de Ciencias Sociales, XXVI (72). pp. 7-12. ISSN 1390-1249

Tucciarelli, Raffaele and Vehar, Neza and Chandaria, Shamil and Tsakiris, Manos (2022) On the realness of people who do not exist: The social processing of artificial faces. iScience, 25 (12). p. 105441. ISSN 25890042

Van Bavel, Jay J. and Cichocka, Aleksandra and Capraro, Valerio and Sjåstad, Hallgeir and Nezlek, John B. and Pavlović, Tomislav and Alfano, Mark and Gelfand, Michele J. and Azevedo, Flavio and Birtel, Michèle D. and Cislak, Aleksandra and Lockwood, Patricia L. and Ross, Robert Malcolm and Abts, Koen and Agadullina, Elena and Aruta, John Jamir Benzon and Besharati, Sahba Nomvula and Bor, Alexander and Choma, Becky L. and Crabtree, Charles David and Cunningham, William A. and De, Koustav and Ejaz, Waqas and Elbaek, Christian T. and Findor, Andrej and Flichtentrei, Daniel and Franc, Renata and Gjoneska, Biljana and Gruber, June and Gualda, Estrella and Horiuchi, Yusaku and Huynh, Toan Luu Duc and Ibanez, Agustin and Imran, Mostak Ahamed and Israelashvili, Jacob and Jasko, Katarzyna and Kantorowicz, Jaroslaw and Kantorowicz-Reznichenko, Elena and Krouwel, André and Laakasuo, Michael and Lamm, Claus and Leygue, Caroline and Lin, Ming-Jen and Mansoor, Mohammad Sabbir and Marie, Antoine and Mayiwar, Lewend and Mazepus, Honorata and McHugh, Cillian and Minda, John Paul and Mitkidis, Panagiotis and Olsson, Andreas and Otterbring, Tobias and Packer, Dominic J. and Perry, Anat and Petersen, Michael Bang and Puthillam, Arathy and Riaño-Moreno, Julián C. and Rothmund, Tobias and Santamaría-García, Hernando and Schmid, Petra C. and Stoyanov, Drozdstoy and Tewari, Shruti and Todosijević, Bojan and Tsakiris, Manos and Tung, Hans H. and Umbreș, Radu G. and Vanags, Edmunds and Vlasceanu, Madalina and Vonasch, Andrew and Yucel, Meltem and Zhang, Yucheng and Abad, Mohcine and Adler, Eli and Akrawi, Narin and Mdarhri, Hamza Alaoui and Amara, Hanane and Amodio, David M. and Antazo, Benedict G. and Apps, Matthew and Ay, F. Ceren and Ba, Mouhamadou Hady and Barbosa, Sergio and Bastian, Brock and Berg, Anton and Bernal-Zárate, Maria P. and Bernstein, Michael and Białek, Michał and Bilancini, Ennio and Bogatyreva, Natalia and Boncinelli, Leonardo and Booth, Jonathan E. and Borau, Sylvie and Buchel, Ondrej and Cameron, C. 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Begoña and Garladinne, Prasad and Ghajjou, Oussama and Gkinopoulos, Theofilos and Gray, Kurt and Griffin, Siobhán M. and Gronfeldt, Bjarki and Gümren, Mert and Gurung, Ranju Lama and Halperin, Eran and Harris, Elizabeth and Herzon, Volo and Hruška, Matej and Huang, Guanxiong and Hudecek, Matthias F. C. and Isler, Ozan and Jangard, Simon and Jørgensen, Frederik J. and Kachanoff, Frank and Kahn, John and Dangol, Apsara Katuwal and Keudel, Oleksandra and Koppel, Lina and Koverola, Mika and Kubin, Emily and Kunnari, Anton and Kutiyski, Yordan and Laguna, Oscar and Leota, Josh and Lermer, Eva and Levy, Jonathan and Levy, Neil and Li, Chunyun and Long, Elizabeth U. and Longoni, Chiara and Maglić, Marina and McCashin, Darragh and Metcalf, Alexander L. and Mikloušić, Igor and El Mimouni, Soulaimane and Miura, Asako and Molina-Paredes, Juliana and Monroy-Fonseca, César and Morales-Marente, Elena and Moreau, David and Muda, Rafał and Myer, Annalisa and Nash, Kyle and Nesh-Nash, Tarik and Nitschke, Jonas P. and Nurse, Matthew S. and Ohtsubo, Yohsuke and Oldemburgo de Mello, Victoria and O’Madagain, Cathal and Onderco, Michal and Palacios-Galvez, M. Soledad and Palomäki, Jussi and Pan, Yafeng and Papp, Zsófia and Pärnamets, Philip and Paruzel-Czachura, Mariola and Pavlović, Zoran and Payán-Gómez, César and Perander, Silva and Pitman, Michael Mark and Prasad, Rajib and Pyrkosz-Pacyna, Joanna and Rathje, Steve and Raza, Ali and Rêgo, Gabriel G. and Rhee, Kasey and Robertson, Claire E. and Rodríguez-Pascual, Iván and Saikkonen, Teemu and Salvador-Ginez, Octavio and Sampaio, Waldir M. and Santi, Gaia C. and Santiago-Tovar, Natalia and Savage, David and Scheffer, Julian A. and Schönegger, Philipp and Schultner, David T. and Schutte, Enid M. and Scott, Andy and Sharma, Madhavi and Sharma, Pujan and Skali, Ahmed and Stadelmann, David and Stafford, Clara Alexandra and Stanojević, Dragan and Stefaniak, Anna and Sternisko, Anni and Stoica, Agustin and Stoyanova, Kristina K. and Strickland, Brent and Sundvall, Jukka and Thomas, Jeffrey P. and Tinghög, Gustav and Torgler, Benno and Traast, Iris J. and Tucciarelli, Raffaele and Tyrala, Michael and Ungson, Nick D. and Uysal, Mete S. and Van Lange, Paul A. M. and van Prooijen, Jan-Willem and van Rooy, Dirk and Västfjäll, Daniel and Verkoeijen, Peter and Vieira, Joana B. and von Sikorski, Christian and Walker, Alexander Cameron and Watermeyer, Jennifer and Wetter, Erik and Whillans, Ashley and Willardt, Robin and Wohl, Michael J. A. and Wójcik, Adrian Dominik and Wu, Kaidi and Yamada, Yuki and Yilmaz, Onurcan and Yogeeswaran, Kumar and Ziemer, Carolin-Theresa and Zwaan, Rolf A. and Boggio, Paulo S. (2022) National identity predicts public health support during a global pandemic. Nature Communications, 13 (1). ISSN 2041-1723

Book Section

Miglietti, Sara (2022) Ambiente. In: Il lessico della modernità. Continuità e mutamenti dal xvi al xviii secolo. Carocci, Rome.

Miglietti, Sara (2022) Climate theories in Italy. In: Routledge Encyclopedia of the Renaissance World. Routledge.

Miglietti, Sara (2022) Un Caso Di Autotraduzione Medico-Scientifica Nel Rinascimento: Il Pourtraict De La Santé / Diaeteticon Polyhistoricon Di Joseph Duchesne (1606). In: TRADUIRE – TRADURRE TRANSLATING. Vie des mots et voies des œuvres dans l’Europe de la Renaissance. Droz.

Wells, Naomi (2022) Social Media, Research, and the Digital Humanities. In: The Bloomsbury Handbook to the Digital Humanities. Bloomsbury Handbooks . Bloomsbury, pp. 189-197. ISBN 9781350232129


Cleaver, Laura and Magnusson, Danielle (2022) The Trade in Rare Books and Manuscripts Between Britain and America c. 1890-1929: Constructing Cultural Histories. Publishing and Book Culture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 978-1-009-06905-2


Akestoridi, Aikaterini Angeliki (2022) The Accountability of International Financial Institutions in light of Sustainable Development Goal 16: The Role of MDB’s Independent Accountability Mechanisms in Promoting Sustainable Development. Doctoral thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Baggio corradi, Allegra (2022) Niccolò Leonico Tomeo’s Dialogi (1524). The Philosophy of a Renaissance Scholar. Doctoral thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Chimbwanda, Victor (2022) Embedding Skills in African Customary Law and Culture in the LLB Curriculum: An Empirical Study of Pedagogical Approaches in Selected African University Law Schools. Doctoral thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Clavarino, Margherita (2022) Miraculous Prints in Early-Modern Emilia-Romagna. Doctoral thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Clements, Diane (2022) Annuity loans and private credit in Britain, 1750-1813. Doctoral thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Couling-dini, Antonia (2022) London's green spaces and contested heritage: a research audit and analysis of London's public parks and gardens and their links to the slave trade in response to the government's 2021 Retain and Explain policy. Masters thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Cousins, Michael (2022) Manuscript Journals of Travel in England in the Eighteenth Century: Can they reshape and add to our understanding of garden history? Doctoral thesis, Institute of Historical Research.

Davies, Cecelia (2022) An examination of post-industrial landscape design on former transport routes: the transport route park. Masters thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Graña Taborelli, Mario Julio (2022) “La Flor del Perú. The Political Culture of the Catholic Monarchy through three expeditions to the Southeast of Charcas in the second half of the sixteenth century”. Doctoral thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Greer, Eleanor (2022) The Social History of a Library: Four Stages in the Life of the Collection of Sir Richard Ellys (1682-1742). Doctoral thesis, The Warburg Institute.

Hersee, Katharine (2022) The Blitz as a catalyst for greening London: a study of historical sources using a Geographical Information System. Masters thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Hoff, Marcelle (2022) F. Inigo Thomas: painterly architect and neglected proponent of the concept of the garden in relation to the house. Masters thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Jameson, Emily (2022) Rethinking international development: To what extent can the practical interaction of sustainable development and the field of international investment law be considered mutually beneficial in the light of modern advances? Doctoral thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Marshall, Christina (2022) Retrieving the imago agens in the structure of systematic theology and spiritual exercise: a search inspired by the illumination of the Master of the early fourteenth-century Luttrell Psalter. Doctoral thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Mcintosh, Muriel (2022) Iron park furniture in public parks 1860-1914: providing for the people? Masters thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Nesbitt, Anne (2022) Slides, sandpits and sustainability: children's play in London parks and public spaces, 1970s to the present day. Masters thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Robinson, Linda (2022) The history of landscaping traffic roundabouts and their present functions beyond traffic management. Masters thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Sarathy, Paula (2022) Women, education and the birth of a profession: a study of the Lowthorpe School landscape architecture of Groton, Massachusetts (1901-1945). Masters thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Tenneson, Sara (2022) The revival of the formal garden in the late nineteenth century and the contribution of architects George Devey (1820-1886) and Sir Reginald Blomfield (1856-1942). Doctoral thesis, Institute of Historical Research.

Turner, Benedict (2022) The Rise and Fall of Trust Based Intermediated Securites: An Economic Jurisprudential Approach to Trust Based Intermediated Securities. Doctoral thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Vannini, Lucia (2022) The role of Digital Humanities in Papyrology. Doctoral thesis, University of London.

White, Lisa (2022) Alexander McKenzie, the 19th century horticulturist and landscape designer: his life, career, and legacy. Masters thesis, School of Advanced Study.

Discussion or working paper

Alberghini, Diana (2022) Showing its Age: The 1951 Convention and the Right to Work - the Example of Ethiopia. [Discussion or working paper]

Bewick, Rose (2022) Dignity in Repatriation: What does it mean for UNHCR? [Discussion or working paper]

Dräger, Susanne (2022) The EU Screening Regulation Proposal and the Right to Asylum - Cementing Fortress Europe? [Discussion or working paper]

Franzè, Federica (2022) The ‘(In)security Decree’: Undermining Practices of Reception in the Italian Hosting Mechanism. [Discussion or working paper]

Mekonnen, Daniel and Palacios Arapiles, Sara (2022) The Eritrean practice of the issuance of identity-proving documents with particular focus on the case of returnees from Ethiopia. [Discussion or working paper]

Neginskiy, Katherine (2022) Building Career Pathways for Resettled Refugees in the United States. [Discussion or working paper]

Wynne, Emma (2022) Menstrual Hygiene Management in the Refugee Context: Learning from Piloted Interventions in East Africa. [Discussion or working paper]

de Nicolás Izquierdo, Cristina (2022) Survival Migration: A Study of Central American Transwomen’s Decision to Flee. [Discussion or working paper]

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