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ALWADA’N, Tariq, AL TAMIMI, Abdel-Karim, MOHAMMAD, Adel Hamdan, SALEM, Maher and MUHAMMAD, Yar (2023). Dynamic congestion management system for cloud service broker. International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE), 13 (1), 872-883.


CERE, Rinella, GIGLITTO, Danilo and PETRELLI, Daniela (2023). Uncovering colonial legacy in a British digital archive: The Pitt Rivers Museum case. In: GIGLITTO, Danilo, CIOLFI, Luigina, LOCKLEY, Eleanor and KALDELI, Eirini, (eds.) Digital Approaches to Inclusion and Participation in Cultural Heritage. Insights from Research and Practice in Europe. Routledge.


FORMBY, Eleanor and WOODIWISS, Jo (2023). Telling different stories: contemporary narratives available to young people making sense of their gendered and sexual lives in England and Sweden. In: LANGARITA, Jose Antonio, SANTOS, Ana Cristina, MONTENEGRO, Marisela and UREK, Mojca, (eds.) Child-Friendly Perspectives on Gender and Sexual Diversity. Routledge.


HINCHCLIFFE, Alex and WHITE, Richard (2023). Bearing witness to the animal condition. Exploring the complex motivations, experiences and coping-strategies of Sheffield Save Movement Activists (UK). In: NOCELLA, Anthony and WHITE, Richard, (eds.) Critical Animal Studies and Activism. Peter Lang.


KLAFF, Lesley and HARRISON, B. (2023). Antisemitism and the limits of freedom of expression. In: PETLEY, Julian and STEELE, John, (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Censorship and Freedom of Expression. London, Routledge.

KRAMER, Kaley (2023). Like Nobody Else: Women and Independence in the Novels of Charlotte Smith and Mary Wollstonecraft. In: CARROLL, Rachel and TOBIN, Fiona, (eds.) Routledge Companion to Literature and Feminism. Routledge.


MCCARTHY, Penny (2023). Cloud falls in love with mortal. [Show/Exhibition]


PARKES-NIELD, Sophie (2023). ‘Unite and unite, and let us all unite’: the social role of the calendar custom in English communities. In: Folklore, People and Place International Perspectives on Tourism and Tradition in Storied Places. Routledge. (In Press)


RODGERS, Diane (2023). "Isn’t Folk Horror All Horror?". In: BAYMAN, Louis and DONNELLY, Kevin, (eds.) Folk Horror: Return of the British Repressed. Manchester University Press.


ZHANG, Bofan, LI, Xianquan, BINGHAM, Paul, AKIYAMA, Kazuhiko and KUBUKI, Shiro (2023). Carbon Matrix with Atomic Dispersion of Binary Cobalt/Iron-N Sites as Efficient Peroxymonosulfate Activator for Organic Pollutant Oxidation. Chemical Engineering Journal, 451 (Part 2): 138574.

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