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Education, intellectual development, and relational frame theory
(New Harbinger Publications, 2013-05-01)
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Where worlds meet. Two Irish prehistoric mountain-top ‘villages’
(Università di Macerata, 2015)
Mountains and high ground are often venerated as special places. It is their enigmatic quality as high places, their prominence and permanence in both the mental and physical landscapes that draws us to them. In the ...
How French is 'French' sport?
(Edinburgh University Press, 2015-12)
This article explores how sports in France have responded to the challenges of globalization, and also to the opportunities of an increasingly multicultural society. Two case studies are offered in which a distinctive ...
Beaumont and Fletcher's Rhodes: early modern geopolitics and mythological topography in The Maid's Tragedy
(Humanities Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University., 2012)
Discussions of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher's Maid's Tragedy have infrequently engaged with the matter of its setting. Nonetheless, as we are frequently reminded within the play, its tragic events are purportedly ...
Fortification in the North (1200 -1600)
(Aarhus University Press, 2011-11)
This paper looks at different types of fortification used across north-west Europe between the twelfth and early seventeenth centuries. These incude castles, town walls, artillery fortifications, linear fortifications, ...
Digital Ensemble: The ENaCT design-based research framework for technology-enhanced embodied assessment in English education
This article outlines the ENaCT educational design for Digital Ensemble, an innovative approach to English assessment integrating drama pedagogy with mobile computing (e. g. iPad). ENaCT represents the key themes that ...
Is a therapist's attachment style predictive of stress and burnout in a sample of Irish therapists?
(IACP Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, 2017)
The current study investigated whether attachment style, as measured by levels of attachment anxiety and avoidance, in a sample of (N = 137) therapists predicted stress and burnout. A series of hierarchical multiple ...
Academic freedom and the eye of power: the politics and poetics of open enclosures
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-06-13)
Transparency is both a powerful idea and a technology of power associated with accountability, justice and democracy, which opposes the secretive and shadowy power of surveillance wielded by states and corporations. This ...
Tackling homophobic bullying through poetry from the foreign language class: A didactic proposal
(Revistas Científicas Complutenses, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2016-10-07)
Otherness, of which the homosexual other is a component, is rarely included in syllabi. This paper will explore the negative implications of its omission, and the benefits of its inclusion in academic curricula, with ...
Louise Hollandine and the Art of Arachnean Critique
(Amsterdam University Press, 2019-07-22)
Louise Hollandine was an artist and student of internationally renowned Dutch painter Gerard van Honthorst. Though relatively few works now survive that can be authoritatively ascribed to her, Louise Hollandine s artistic ...