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“Talk of contracts”: Gift-giving vs. Reciprocity in James Joyce’s “A Mother”

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‘Global’ Identity or the (Ir)Reducible Other: The Cultural Logic of Global Identity in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Man with the Twisted Lip

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The Turn to Precarity in Twenty-First Century Fiction

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Food for Thought: Of Tables, Art and Women in Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse

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Measures of Prägnanz?

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Early Old English Nominal System: Synchronic Declensions in the Vespasian Psalter

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Uncovering the Secret: Medieval Women, Magic and the Other

crime and social control. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. Hanawalt, Barbara. 2007. The wealth of wives: Women, law, and economy in late medieval London. New York: Oxford University Press. Harding, Alan. 2001. Medieval law and the foundations of the state. New York: Oxford University Press. Jones, Karen. 2010. Gender and petty crime in late medieval England. The local courts in Kent 1460-1560. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. Kieckhefer, Richard. 1989. Magic in the Middle Ages. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Radford Ruether

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Junípero Serra’s Canonization or Eurocentric Heteronomy

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The Loss of Grammatical Gender and Case Features Between Old and Early Middle English: Its Impact on Simple Demonstratives and Topic Shift

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Individuum, Gruppe und Gesellschaft. Unmittelbare und mittelbare Kontexteffekte und deren Bedeutung für die Theorie der Sozialpolitik

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