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Crenn, Chantal, Demossier, Marion and Techoueyres, Isabelle (2004) Wine and globalisation: foreword [in special issue: Wine and Globalization] Anthoropology of Food, 3

Crenn, Chantal, Demossier, Marion and Techoueyres, Isabelle (2004) Wine and globalization: foreword Anthoropology of Food, 3

Demossier, M. (2004) Women in rural France, mediators or agents of change In, Hoggart, K. and Buller, H. (eds.) Women in Rural Europe. Farnham, GB, Ashgate pp. 164-184.

Demossier, Marion (2004) Contemporary lifestyles: the case of wine In, Sloan, Donald (eds.) Culinary Taste: Consumer Behaviour in the International Restaurant Sector. Oxford, GB, Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann pp. 93-108.

Demossier, Marion (2004) Goût du vin et goûts des vins chez les britanniques au XXIe siècle Revue des Oenologues et des Techniques Vitivinicoles et Oenologicques, 31, (111), pp. 49-51.

Demossier, Marion (2004) Women in rural France: mediators or agents of change? In, Bullar, Henry and Hoggart, Keith (eds.) Women in the European Countryside. Farnham, GB, Ashgate pp. 42-58.

Gallagher-Brett, Angela (2004) Seven hundred reasons for studying languages University of Southampton 46pp. , Southampton, GB

Kelly, Michael (2004) Engaging with Europe Liaison, 5, p. 1.

Kelly, Michael (2004) Enhancing the student academic experience Liaison, 6, p. 1.

Kelly, Michael (2004) Executive summary In, Gallagher-Brett, Angela (eds.) Seven hundred reasons for studying languages. Southampton, GB, LLAS: Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies p. 2.

Kelly, Michael (2004) Foreword In, Phipps, Alison and Gonzalez, Mike (eds.) Modern Languages, Learning and Teaching in an Intercultural Field. London, GB, SAGE xi-xiii. (Teaching & Learning the Humanities in HE).

Kelly, Michael (2004) Modern Languages In, Leach, Jimmy (eds.) The Guardian University Guide 2005. London, GB, Atlantic Books p. 181.

Kelly, Michael (2004) Regards britanniques sur l’histoire culturelle française Bulletin de l’Association pur le Développement de l’Histoire Culturelle, (4), pp. 9-15.

Kelly, Michael (2004) Strategic options for language centres: developing roles and relationships In, Satchell, Ray and Chenik, Nicole (eds.) University Language Centres: Forging the Learning Environments of the Future. Papers from the 7th CercleS Conference, Paris, 19-21 September 2002. Leeds, GB, CercleS pp. 13-20.

Kelly, Mike (2004) Review. Shorn Women: Gender and Punishment in Liberation France, by Fabrice Virgili, tr. John Flower (Oxford, Berg, 2002) English Historical Review, 482, pp. 834-835. (doi:10.1093/ehr/119.482.834).

Kelly, Mike, Grenfell, Michael, Allan, Rebecca, Kriza, Christine and McEvoy, William (2004) European profile for language teacher education: a frame of reference. A report to the European Commission Directorate General for Education and Culture European Commission Directorate General for Education and Culture 289pp.

Kiely, R. (2004) A materials approach to trainer training In, Hayes, David (eds.) Trainer Development – Principles and Practice from Language Teacher Training. Melbourne, AU, Language Australia pp. 179-198.

Kiely, R., Clegg, J. and Rea-Dickens, P. (2004) Language in education in Ethiopian primary schools: a handbook for teachers and teacher-educators, Addis Ababa, ET, Ministry of Education

Kiely, R., Clibbon, G., Rea-Dickins, P., Walter, C. and Woodfield, H. (2004) Teachers into researchers CILT: The National Centre for Languages , Reading, GB

Lewis, Laura A. (2004) Modesty and modernity: photography, race, and representation on Mexico’s Costa Chica (Guerrero) Identities: Global Studies in Power and Culture, 11, (4), pp. 471-499. (doi:10.1080/10702890490883830).

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