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A crisis of lordship: Robert Ogle, Fifth Lord Ogle, and the rule of early Tudor Northumberland
(Taylor & Francis, 2018-03-23)
Henry Tudor’s diffusion of power in the English far north, and his savage pruning of resources for his wardens there to maintain good rule and defence, were perhaps necessary steps initially to prevent further challenges ...
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 ...
De Valladolid (España) a Galway (Irlanda). Otra trayectoria enseñando español.
(Revista Electrónica del Lenguaje, 2017-01-23)
[No abstract available]
How do you say kélén-kélén in Italian? Migration, landscape and untranslatable food
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-09-19)
ABSTRACTThis article discusses translation and migrant (in)visibility in Italy in the context of the so-called migrant and refugee crisis, using food as a key element in the redefinition of the asylum seekersâ cultural ...
Past practice into future policy: A model for historical reflection in the humanitarian sector
(Manchester University Press, 2019-05-01)
This article describes the results of a pilot project on using historical reflection as a tool for policy-making in the humanitarian sector. It begins by establishing the rationale for integrating reflection into humanitarian ...
Differentiated homework: Impact on student engagement
(Scholar Commons, University of South Florida, 2019)
This paper describes a mixed methods practitioner research study that aimed to enhance student engagement with homework. Based on a comprehensive literature review and data from a pre-study questionnaire, a differentiated ...