Items where Division is "Faculty of Humanities > History" and Year is 2009
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McAleer, John (2009) Eminent service: war, slavery and the politics of public recognition in the British Caribbean and the Cape of Good Hope c. 1782-1807. The Mariner's Mirror, 95, (1), 33-51.
Grypeou, Emmanouela and Spurling, Helen (eds.) (2009) The Exegetical Encounter between Jews and Christians in Late Antiquity, Leiden, NL, Brill, 284pp. (Jewish and Christian Perspectives, 18).
Pearce, Sarah (2009) Animal worship. In, Klauck, Hans-Josef, Leppin, Volker, McGinn, Bernard, Seow, Choon-Leong, Spieckermann, Hermann, Walfish, Barry Dov and Ziolkowski, Eric J. (eds.) The Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception. Volume 2: Anim - Atheism. Berlin, DE, De Gruyter.
Spurling, Helen (2009) The Biblical Symbol of Edom in Jewish Eschatological and Apocalyptic Imagery. In, Monferrer-Sala, J-P and Urban, A (eds.) Sacred Text: Explorations in Lexicography. Frankfurt, Germany, Peter Lang, 271-299.
Spurling, Helen and Grypeou, Emmanouela (2009) Abraham’s Angels: Jewish and Christian Exegesis of Genesis 18-19. In, Spurling, Helen and Grypeou, Emmanouela (eds.) The Exegetical Encounter between Jews and Christians in Late Antiquity. Leiden, The Netherlands, Brill, 181-203. (Jewish and Christian Perspectives, 18).
Conference or Workshop Item
Conlin, Jonathan (2009) A civilisation for America: the art museum, public broadcasting and cultural segregation, 1968-1974. In, Back to Civilisation: Kenneth Clark's television landmark at 40, Washington, US, 17 - 18 Oct 2009.
Conlin, Jonathan (2009) Gladstone and the debate about evolution. Gladstone Bicentennial Conference, Chester, GB,
Chatta, Ilyas Ahmad (2009) Partition and its aftermath: violence, migration and the role of refugees in the socio-economic development of Gujranwala and Sialkot cities, 1947-196. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 342pp.
Seiter, Mathias (2009) Jewish identities between region and nation: Jews in the borderlands of Posen and Alsace-Lorraine, 1871-1914. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 255pp.