: ‘A Secret, Melodramatic Sort of Conspiracy':The Disreputable Legacies of Fenian Violence in Nineteenth-Century London
A secret, melodramatic sort of conspiracy’: The disreputable legacies of
: Taphonomic and zooarchaeological investigations at the middle Pleistocene site of Ti's al Ghadah, western Nefud Desert, Saudi Arabia
Climate change research is at an impasse. The transformation of economies and everyday practices is more urgent, and yet appears ever more daunting as attempts at behaviour change, regulations, and global agreements confront material and social-polit...
What is the role of textbooks in promoting teaching, and how does this role relate to teachers’ subject knowledge, qualifications and autonomy? In this article, we study one aspect of the relationship between the use of textbooks and good teaching by...
: Introduction to special issue on intimacy, morality, and precarity:Globalization and family care in Africa-insights from Ghana
With the rise of non-communicable diseases such as diabetes and cancer, as well as increased longevity, the role of the family in care is of increasing importance to health policy and interventions globally. In low-income settings in sub-Saharan Afri...
: Evaluating the effect of homicide prevention strategies in São Paulo, Brazil:A synthetic control approach
: Unveiling the security concerns of low carbon development:Climate security analysis of the undesirable and unintended effects of mitigation and adaptation
In debates of climate action, low carbon development has been widely advocated as an opportunity arising from climate change. This paper problematizes low carbon development, arguing that there are undesirable, unintended or perverse effects that giv...