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  • Exhibiting the Written Word 

    Loxley, James; Vincent, Helen; Marshall, Joseph; Otty, Lisa (National Library of Scotland / Edinburgh University, 2011)
    Guidelines on practice for exhibiting books, periodicals and manuscripts. Produced as a result of the AHRC Making Our Connections project, which was a partnership between the University of Edinburgh and the National Library ...
  • Elite women and power in Late Medieval Scotland, 1296 to 1458. 

    Davis, Rachel Meredith (The University of Edinburgh, 2020-11-30)
    This thesis is a case study of elite women in late medieval Scotland, which contributes to the ongoing re-assessment of women and power in medieval Europe called the ‘Beyond Exceptionalism’ movement. The debate around ...
  • Bilingualism in autism: A neurocognitive investigation of the influence of bilingualism on perspective-taking in autistic adults 

    Digard, Bérengère Galadriel (The University of Edinburgh, 2020-11-30)
    Autism spectrum disorder (hereafter autism), is a lifelong neurodevelopmental condition with current prevalence estimates ranging around 1/100 worldwide. Autism is manifest in multiple forms, but always entails differences ...
  • Studies with the bacteriophages of Escherichia coli 

    Erskine, John Malcolm (The University of Edinburgh, 1966)
    In this Thesis a study is made of a number of episome-host relationships, with emphasis placed on use of the recombination-deficient bacterial cell as a new tool for examining the phenomena of transduction, lysogenization ...
  • Paediatric schistosomiasis: dynamics and consequences 

    Osakunor, Derick Nii Mensah (The University of Edinburgh, 2020-11-30)
    Urogenital schistosomiasis, caused by the parasite helminth Schistosoma haematobium, is one of the major parasitic diseases affecting millions of preschool-aged children (PSAC), i.e. aged 5 years and below, in sub-Saharan ...

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