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Sold to the Highest Bidder: The Impact of Competing US and Chinese Aid in Africa on UN Voting Behavior

Daniel Johnson
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Aestheticising the Abstract: The Self-Conscious Speaker in Percy Shelley’s Poetry

Lily Dessau
University of Leeds
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Reviving The Statue: Early Modern Representations of the Myth of Niobe, from Golding to Shakespeare

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An ethical examination of the complexities facing an operations director in an international supply chain.

Drew Gallagher
Trinity College Dublin
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Linda Vo
Princeton University
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Alexander Schoemann
University of Notre Dame
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Destination Report: The Maldives

Christina Casey
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Coleridge’s Immersive Gothic Aesthetic: The Poetic Architecture of Otherness

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University of Sussex
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University of Ulster
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Authorial Rebellion and the Rebel Auteur: Commercialism, the Artist, and the Self-Reflexive Cinema of Nicholas Ray's 'In a Lonely Place'

Alice Thorpe
University of York
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Literature

Refugees as Protagonists: combatting restrictive national asylum and refugee policies through a new representation of the refugee

Andrea Salguero
McGill University
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Politics & International Relations

Is Social Business a Disruptive Innovation?

Joanna Klimczak
McGill University
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Business

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Jamie Rooney
Western University
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A Critical Analysis of Cooley’s Looking Glass Self in Modern Times.

Sonia Cushen
Trinity College Dublin
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Business

Humanizing the Enemy: Adding Empathy and Reconciliation to the Peacemaking Process

Joelle Rebeiz
Georgetown University
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An Investigation into Organisational Identity Theory

Ben Butler
Trinity College Dublin
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IN SEARCH OF THE MODERN IDENTITY: A Radical Hermeneutical Reading of Charles Taylor, The Sources of the Self, And the Communitarians Can there be a Liberal Communitarianism Without resorting to a Universal Moral Ontology?

Constantin-Alexander Mehmel
Durham University
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Politics & International Relations