Chapters

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Jacobs, Struan 2015, Liberalism, in Ethics, science, technology, and engineering: a global resource, Macmillan Reference USA, Farmington, MI, pp.13-16.  2.14 34 5
Halafoff,A and Lam,K 2015, Lagging Behind Other Nations: The Religion in Schools Debate in Australia, in Issues in Religion and Education: Whose Religion?, Brill,, pp.321-245.  1.91 20 1
Isakhan,B 2015, The Assyrians, in The Edinburgh companion to the history of democracy: from pre-history to future possibilities, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, Scotland, pp.40-49.  1.88 32 1
Isakhan,B 2015, The complex and contested history of democracy, in The Edinburgh companion to the history of democracy: from pre-history to future possibilities, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, Scotland, pp.1-26.  1.93 34 2
Isakhan,B 2015, Doing democracy in difficult times: oil unions and the Maliki Government, in The legacy of Iraq: From the 2003 War to the ‘Islamic State’, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, Scotland, pp.125-137.  1.88 29 1
Isakhan,B 2015, Introduction : The Iraq legacies: intervention, occupation, withdrawal and beyond, in The Legacy of Iraq: From the 2003 War to the ‘Islamic State’, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, Scotland, pp.1-18.  1.94 37 1
Isakhan,B 2015, Succeeding and seceding in Iraq: the case for a Shiite State, in Territorial separatism in global politics: causes, outcomes and resolution, Routledge, London, Eng., pp.139-152.  1.88 35 1
Isakhan,B 2015, The De-Baathification of post-2003 Iraq: purging the past for political power, in The legacy of Iraq: from the 2003 War to the ‘Islamic State’, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, Scotland, pp.21-35.  1.88 34 1
Isakhan,B 2015, Shattering the Shia: a Maliki political strategy in post-Saddam Iraq, in The Legacy of Iraq: From the 2003 War to the ‘Islamic State’, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, Scotland, pp.67-81.  1.88 32 1
Cruickshank, Joanna and Grimshaw, Patricia 2015, Indigenous land loss, justice and race: Anne Bon and the contradictions of settler humanitarianism, in Indigenous communities and settler colonialism: land holding, loss and survival in an interconnected worlds, Palgrave Macmillan, London, Eng., pp.45-61.  1.86 22 3
Witcomb, Andrea 2015, Toward a pedagogy of feeling: understanding how museums create a space for cross-cultural encounters, in Museum theory, Wiley, Chichester, Eng, pp.321-344.  1.97 4 1
Isakhan,B 2015, Iraq, in The Edinburgh companion to the history of democracy: from pre-history to future possibilities, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, Scotland, pp.407-417.  1.89 30 1
Isakhan,B 2015, Heritage Under Fire: Lessons from Iraq for Cultural Property Protection, in A Companion to Heritage Studies, Wiley, London, pp.268-279.  1.87 9 1
Isakhan,B 2015, Conclusion : The Iraq legacies and the roots of the ‘Islamic State’, in The legacy of Iraq: from the 2003 War to the ‘Islamic State’, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, Scotland, pp.223-235.  1.87 44 2
Marotta, Vince 2014, The multicultural, intercultural and the transcultural subject, in Global perspectives on the politics of multiculturalism in the 21st century: a case study analysis, Routledge, New York, pp.90-102.  2.14 107 1
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