'Mend your speech a little': reading Karl Barth's das Nichtige through Donald MacKinnon's tragic vision
McDowell, John C.
A top night: social protest, masculinity and the culture of drinking violence
Decolonizing social work
Gray, Mel, Coates, John, Bird, Michael Yellow, Hetherington, Tiani
Dido, Queen of Carthage
Lady Mary Wroth's poetry
Marlowe's Edward II and the early playhouse audiences
Practising hope: learning from social movement strategies in the Philippines
Responding to terrorism: political, philosophical and legal perspectives
Imre, Robert, Mooney, T. Brian, Clarke, Benjamin
Speaking to the audience: direct address in the plays of Marlowe and his contemporaries
The emotional ecologies of festivals
Women, letters and heresy in sixteenth-century Italy: Giulia Gonzaga's heterodox epistolary network
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