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Violence and university in the Middle Ages – the Portuguese case

Book Review: 'Violence and Power in Ancient Egypt: Image and Ideology before the New Kingdom by Laurel Bestock’, Ancient Egypt Magazine Vol. 18: 4 (2018), pp. 42-43.

'The War Cut Out My Tongue’: Foreign Wars, Domestic Violence and Translation in Demetria Martínez,

Women’s Worlds Transformed: Policy, Politics, and Mobilizations in Eurasia

ENVIRONMENT, FAMINE AND CONFLICT IN KORDOFAN (SUDAN)‎

Private and Public Faces of Violence Against Women: Addressing Domestic Violence and Trafficking In the Urban Poor Communities and “Redlight Districts” (also known as Entertainment Centers) of Angeles City and Olongapo City ( The Red AVP): F

Information society as well-being for everyone. Myt hor truth? – An example of net socjety in Polis hrural areas, in: Ruralresilience and vulnerability: the rural as locus of solidarity and conflict in Times of crisis. eProceedings. Florence:

Book Review: Football’s Dark Side: Corruption, Homophobia, Violence and Racism in the Beautiful Game by Ellis Cashmore and Jamie Cleland

‘A loss of purpose; Crisis and transition in Cuba’, in: Dirk Kruijt & Kees Koonings (eds), Societies of fear; The legacy of civil war, violence and terror in Latin America, pp. 264-84. London/New York: Zed Press, 1999.

Criminal Court Procedure in Late Medieval Bologna: Cultural and Social Contexts in «Violence and Justice in Bologna 1270-1700», edited by S.R. Blanshei, Lexington Books, London New York, 2018

“Jews, Catholics, and Conversos: Revealing Cooperation and Conflict in 15th Century Plasencia, Spain.” Unpublished paper presented at St. Louis University (Madrid campus) at Madrid, Spain, November 19, 2013.

Duncan, Christopher R. 2008. “Where Do We Go From Here? The Politics of Ending Displacement in Post-conflict North Maluku.” In Conflict, Violence, and Displacement in Southeast Asia: Patterns, Dynamics, and Experience, edited by E. Hedman, p

“Diasporas and Peace Building: A Multifaceted Association”, in Ashok Swain, ed., Diasporas, Armed Conflicts and Peacebuilding in their Homelands (Uppsala University, Department of Peace and Conflict Research, Report No. 79, 2007), pp. 9- 15,

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