UTREES: University Theses in Russian, Soviet and East European Studies 1907--

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UTREES 1907--

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MARIA N. ZYGOPOULOU. 2017. Identity, language, militancy: The question of origins in the poetry of Tristan Tzara and Mario de Andrade. PhD thesis. UCL.    Last edited by: Gerard M Lowe
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SARA R.J. YOUNG. 2018. The construction of ethno-linguistic identity amongst Polish-born adolescents living in the UK. PhD thesis. UCL.    Last edited by: Gregory Walker
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NATASHA L. WUNSCH. 2016. Unpacking differential empowerment: Civil society mobilization in the EU accession process [with special reference to Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia]. PhD thesis. UCL.    Last edited by: Gregory Walker
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BENJAMIN WYNES. 2017. Milovan Djilas and Vladimir Dedijer: Power and dissent in communist Yugoslavia. PhD thesis. East Anglia.    Last edited by: Gregory Walker
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NATALIA WOJTYLA. 2017. Double taxation and double non-deductability of losses: Impediments to the freedom of establishment: an analysis of the regulations and practice in the UK and Poland. PhD thesis. Glasgow.    Last edited by: Gregory Walker
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KATARZYNA WODNIAK. 2016. Legacies of networks as a form of governance: Poland EURO 2012: the transformation of the fields of amateur sport nationally and mass events organization locally through the social skills of network. PhD thesis. TC Dublin.    Last edited by: Gregory Walker
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CHRISTINA C. WEIS. 2017. Reproductive migrations: Surrogacy workers and stratified reproduction in St Petersburg. PhD thesis. De Montfort.    Last edited by: Gregory Walker
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JONATHAN WEBB. 2018. Assessing the EU's 'new approach' to enlargement policy: The case of rule of law reform in Serbia. PhD thesis. Sheffield.    Last edited by: Gregory Walker
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JENNIFER R. WATSON. 2016. Affective affinities: Memory, empathy and the weight of history in the work of Herta Muller [Romanian-born German novelist]. PhD thesis. Swansea.    Last edited by: Gregory Walker
2019-02-07 09:07:06
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KOHEI WATANABE. 2017. Measuring bias in international news: A large-scale analysis of news agency coverage of the Ukraine crisis. PhD thesis. LSE.    Last edited by: Gregory Walker
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