Includes David Cannadine: Gladstone’s Home
400 years of sacred English
The stories the Greeks have told themselves
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What should the word of God sound like?
How to train a mulla: Seminaries in Shi’ite Islam
Al-Qaeda since 9/11
Free will and modern science
Re-imagining policing post-austerity
Andrew Millie and Karen Bullock
The future of social sciences and humanities in Horizon 2020
Records of Social and Economic History
Richard M Smith
The heritages of the modern Greeks
End of empire and the English novel
Individual electoral registration and the future of representative democracy
Ron Johnston and Iain McLean
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Number of pages: 64
Publication date: 2012