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Kent books

2002-03

A selection of publications produced by Kent staff during 2002/2003.

  • Dr Hamed Al-Raweshidy (co-editor), Radio over Fibre Technologies for Mobile Communications Network
  • Dr Tom Behan, See Naples and Die:The Camorra and Organised Crime; The Resistable Rise of Benito Mussolini
  • Dr Sarah Cardwell, Adaptation Revisited:Television and the Classic Novel
  • Dr Deborah Cheney, Lisa Dickson, Professor Steve Uglow, Criminal Justice (2nd edition)
  • Dr Grayson Ditchfield, George III: An Essay in Monarchy
  • Rod Edmond, Islands in History and Representation
  • Professor Mary Evans, Love: An Unromantic Discussion
  • Dr Alex Freitas, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery with Evolutionary Algorithms
  • Dr Richard Griffiths (consultant), Crocodiles
  • Professor Lyn Innes, A History of Black and Asian Writing in Britain, 1700-2000
  • Dr Arthur Keaveney, The Life and Journey of Athenian Statesman Themistocles (524-460 BC) as a Refugee in Persia
  • Dr David Ormrod, The Rise of Commercial Empire: England and the Netherlands in the Age of Mercantilism, 1650-1770
  • Dr Peter Roberts (co-editor), Pilgrimage:The English Experience from Becket to Bunyan
  • Dr Ulf Schmidt, Medical Films, Ethics and Euthanasia in Nazi Germany:The History of Medical Research and Teaching Films of the Reich Office for Educational Films/Reich Institute for Films in Science and Education 1933-1945
  • Professor Geoffrey Samuel, Epistemology and Method in Law
  • Professor Janet Sayers, Divine Therapy: Love, Mysticism and Psychoanalysis
  • Dr Miri Song, Choosing Ethnic Identity
  • Professor Tony Thirlwall, Trade, the Balance of Payments and Exchange Rate Policy in Developing Countries
  • Dr Jonathan Timmis, Artificial Immune Systems: A New Computational Intelligence Approach
 

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