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    Anarchy: War and Status in 12th-Century Landscapes of Conflict

    £98.55 £109.50
    The first ever archaeologically based study of the turbulent period of English history often known as the 'Anarchy' of King Stephen's reign in the mid-twelfth century, covering battlefields and conflict landscapes, arms, armour and material culture, fortifications and the church.

    Andreas: An Edition

    £29.66 £32.95
    A new edition and translation of the Old English poem 'Andreas', with full introduction, notes, and glossary.

    Building Peace in Northern Ireland

    £22.49 £24.99
    This collection is the first to examine the different forms of peace and reconciliation work that have taken place in Northern Ireland since the onset of the troubles in the late 1960s.

    Disability and the Posthuman: Bodies, Technology, and Cultural Futures

    £24.71 £27.45
    An Open Access edition of this book is availableon the Liverpool University Press website and through Knowledge Unlatched. Disability and the Posthuman is the first study to analyse culturalrepresentations and deployments of disability as they interact withposthumanist theories of technology and embodiment.

    Down from London: Seaside Reading in the Railway Age

    £98.55 £109.50

    Gothic Science Fiction: 1980-2010

    £22.49 £24.99
    This collection explores 'Gothic sf' from 1980-2010. Ranging across narrative media and across genres, taking in horror, sf, the Gothic, the New Weird and more, essays examine questions of genre, medical science, gender, biopower and capitalism.

    Hiding to Nothing

    £9.89 £10.99
    Hiding to Nothing suggests that complex and damaging legacies in all their forms can create shockwaves that reverberate over a lifetime, stopping lives from reaching their full potential. Bloodfruit gives voice to the less heard narratives of infertility and difficult trajectories towards becoming, or not becoming, a 'mother'.

    How To Wash A Heart

    £9.89 £10.99
    Always at the centre of her books and performances are the experiences of the body, and, whether she is exploring racism, violence, the experiences of diaspora communities in India, England or America, what emerges is a heart-stopping, life-affirming way of telling the near impossible-to-be-told.

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