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|Name (sorted in ascending order)
|Claire E. Aubin
|From Treblinka to Trenton: Holocaust Perpetrators as Immigrants to the United States
|Cotton Town Blues - investigating inequality through stable isotope analysis, in a 19th century cemetary population of Blackburn, Lancashire
|The Colours of God. Polychromatic Imagery for the Divine in Late Antique Latin Poetry
|The Hardest Conflict: Morale and Identity in the Continental Army during the American Revolution, 1775-1783
|“Keep this Unwritten History”: Mapping African American Family Histories in “Information Wanted” Advertisements, 1880-1902
|A provincial capital in its territorial context: reassessing the environs and funerary evidence of Augusta Emerita (1st century BC - 3rd century AD)
|Slavery and Race in the Encyclopaedia Britannica (1768-1860): A Text Mining Approach
|"Sounds Exotic": British Perceptions and Representations of Chinese Musicality, 1793 - 1939
|Diversity during Zimbabwe's Independence Struggle: Abel Muzorewa's place in Zimbabwean nationalism
|Expanding the Boundaries of Empire, 1790-1838: Scottish Traders in the Southeast Caribbean and the rise of Sandbach Tinne & Co.
|Sugar and Slate: A labour history of the Pennants and their estates in Jamaica and North Wales 1780 – c.1900
|Monique De Pace
|An investigation of health and disease in Mesambria, Bulgaria through physiological stress markers and dietary reconstruction
|A comparative analysis of the evolution of stable isotope dietary data and oral health pathologies through the historic period in two contrasting populations: Scotland and Ibiza, Spain.
|Beyond Counting Sheep: an review of data analysis in zooarchaeology
|Purging the Poor and Undesirable: Urban Government and the People in Edinburgh and Canongate, 1560-1640
|Another World? East Africa and the Global 1960s
|Lauren Ide (Cassidy)
|Toil and Trade: Functional Bone Adaptation and Social Allocations of Labour in Urban Medieval Scotland
|“The Great Hunting Ground”?: Republican Party Politics and the White Conservative South, 1945-1952
|A Commentary on Servius' In Vergilii Bucolica Commentarii
|Cultural Memory in Post-Getic Olbia
|The development of technical and vocational education in Scottish secondary schooling (c.1976-1990)
|Protectionism, Cartelization and Nationalization in Italy: An Analysis of Fascist Industrial Policy Between the World Wars
|"...there are no tribes beyond us": the construction of complex identities through Roman Iron Age architecture in Scotland and North Wales.
|Bones of Transition: Iron Age-Roman Zooarchaeological Assemblages from East Wear Cliff, Kent
|Brandon James Tang
|Anglo-American Discourses on Federalism and Political Centralization, 1880s-1900s.
|‘A Transformational Conservative? Constructing Ronald Reagan’s Political Legacy, 1984-93’
|The Influence of Irish Catholic Immigrants on New York City Politics between 1840 and 1860
|Name (sorted in ascending order)
|Comparative Projectile Trauma: An Examination of the Differences in Skeletal Trauma Inflicted by Multiple Classifications of Projectile Weapons
|Violence and conflict in south-east Scotland from c AD 400 to AD 850: a biocultural study.
|Craig J. Brown
|Amy M. Cools
|The Life and Work of James McCune Smith (1813-1865)
|Guillermo Diaz de Liano del Valle
|The Study of personhood through the analysis of funerary evidence: the Southeastern Iberian Peninsula during the Chalcolithic and Bronze Ag
|Becoming Argonauts: Scots in the California Gold Rush, 1848-1860
|Iker Itoiz Ciaurriz
|The Political Commitment of Eric Hobsbawm: the passion for communist politics in a transformed world (1978-2012)
|Alley Marie Jordan
|'The most Roman of the Romanists': Thomas Jefferson's Classical Taste, 1768-1826
|Connecting Worlds: Early Phoenician Presence Across Atlantic Iberia (8th-6th Centuries BC)
|Rethinking established methodology in micromammal taphonomy: Archaeological case studies from Orkney, UK (4rd millennium BC – 15th century AD)