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Front Matter

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Why would an Atheist Write a Commentary on the Bible?

Matthew H. Kramer

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A Note on the Controversy concerning Eric Gill

Peter Brooke

4

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Political Messianism, Redemption of the Past, and Historical Time

Max Klein

11

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Arborescence

Jack Graveney

20

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‘Un noble décor’: Modernity and Depictions of the Countryside in Colette’s La Maison de Claudine and Sido

Rosalind Moran

22

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HORTENSIUS, or On the Cultivation of Subjects in Noman’s Garden: Toward a Post-Foucauldian Account of Subjectification

Jojo Amoah

28

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Notre-Dame de Paris: Pyrolysis Hypothesis and Fire Safety in Historical Buildings

Rémi Desalbres

38

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The Task of the Curator in the Era of Reconciliation

Caroline DeFrias

41

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Belief in a Myth and Myth as Fact: Towards a More Compassionate Sociology and Society

Niamh Hodges

51

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Karl Heinz Bohrer’s A Little Pleasure in Decline. Essays on Britain

Giles MacDonogh

57

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In Conversation with Professor Judith Butler

Judith Butler

61

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Teresa Turkheimer

The Glitz and Glamour of the Metaverse

Danielle Jump

67

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The Thin End of the Wedge: How Trans Rights Have Emerged as a Keystone in the Feminist Politics on Bodily Autonomy

Katherine Cross

71

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‘Private Vices, Publick Benefits’ in Permissive Democracies: Mandeville’s The Fable of the Bees in the Context of Transgressions by Western Political Classes

Daniel Morgan

76

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Djokovic, the Australian Open, Idiots and Cov-idiots: What would Nietzsche say?

Dmitri Safronov

80

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Notes on Counter-Archives: ‘Recovering’ Queer Memory in Contemporary Art

Sophia Dime

84

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‘We’re All Mad As Hell Now’: How Network (1976) Captures the Anti-Politics of Social Media

Katherine Cross

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Where the Thames Meets the Sea

Julian Kirwan-Taylor

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Blaze of Glory

Jack Graveney

102

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Stand Up for Singapore: Music and National Identity in a Cosmopolitan City-State

Nicholas Ong

105

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Can Modern Appropriation Art be Reconciled with Copyright Law? A Closer Look at Cariou v. Prince

Marysia Opadczuk

114

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Iconoplastic: An Institutional Reform Agenda

Polly Mackenzie

119

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Amir Tataloo, Beyond Resistance and Propaganda: The Appropriation of Iranian Rap Music and the Negotiation of its Legality

Casper Alexander Sanderson

123

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Copyright in the Digital Age: Analysing the Achievements and Flaws in the EU Copyright Exceptions Domain

Daniel Mooney

133

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Art in the Time of NFTs: Navigating the Challenges and Role of NFTs in Artists’ Reclamation of Control over their Publicity Rights

Bo Hyun Kim

140

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‘What’s in a Name?’ The Role of Motive in the Definition of a ‘Terrorist Act’ under the Australian Commonwealth Criminal Code

Deborah White

146

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Unfiltered, Candid, and Interdisciplinary: Reflections on the ‘Human values and global response in the Covid-19 pandemic’ 2022 Tanner Lectures

Clare Hall Tanner Lecture Working Group

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The Ministerial Code: A Scarecrow of the Law?

Shulamit Aberbach, Mishcon de Reya

158

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All Form but No Substance? A Critical Examination of the ENP’s Success in Promoting Democracy and Good Governance in the EU’s Neighbourhood

Dilys Tam So Yin

161

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The Forgotten Question: Clarifying the Extent of the Protection Afforded by Actual Occupation under the Land Registration Act 2002

Fred Halbhuber

167

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The Problem of Sieving Related Party Transactions in India and the UK

Varda Saxena

176

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Animal Law and Ireland: More Questions Than Answers

Etain Quigley

181

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Warfare’s Silent Victim: International Humanitarian Law and the Protection of the Natural Environment during Armed Conflict

Lydia Millar

186

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Re Toner [2017] NIQB 49

Dr Lillian Pollack

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Holding War Criminals to Account: The Challenges Presented by Information Warfare

Alexandra Agnew, Mishcon de Reya

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In Conversation with Professor Vernon Bogdanor

Professor Vernon Bogdanor

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Teresa Turkheimer

Should Terrorism be Regarded as an International Crime? An Examination of the Theoretical Benefits and the Practical Reality

Eoin Campbell

211

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The Claim of Judicial Finality in the United States: A Popular Theory that Lacks Evidence

Louis Fisher

215

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Given the Court at Strasbourg’s Jurisprudence, Are Fair Trials Achievable Under the ECHR?

Damian P. Clancy

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The Fight for Survival Fifty Years On: A Brief Synopsis on Law Centres in the UK

Ayesha Riaz

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Dawn of the Digital Age is upon us: Is Artificial Intelligence a Substantial Threat to the Law in the Twenty-First Century?

Jamie Donnelly

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The Cis-normativity of Consent in Deceptive Sexual Relations

Juana de Leon

251

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Making Consent Meaningful Again: A Review of the Online ‘Consent’ Model and Alternative Approaches

Jialiang Zhang

261

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Making the Law ‘Take its Own Course’

Jyoti Punwani

264

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In Conversation with Stephen Marche

Stephen Marche

270

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Charlotte Friesen

A Flawed Democracy

John Rennie Short

272

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In Conversation with Iqan Shahidi

Iqan Shahidi

278

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Casper Alexander Sanderson

Heraldic Politics: Why Flags Still Matter

Edward Lucas

283

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In Conversation with Dr. Alison Gilliland

Dr. Alison Gilliland

285

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Kylie Quinn

‘The Eyes of the World Are Upon You’: The Role of International Organisations in the Suez Crisis

Asa Breuss-Burgess

289

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In Conversation with Amitav Acharya

Amitav Acharya

300

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Richa Kapoor

Is Peace Merely About the Attainment of Justice? Transitional Justice in South Africa and the Former Yugoslavia

Alejandro Posada Téllez

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Bonnie and Clyde, Schopenhauer, and the Paradox and Problem of Innocence

Paul Pickering

310

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Putin’s Propaganda: A Path to Genocide

Marta Baziuk

312

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Three Stories of Art and War

Peter Bejger

315

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Constance Uzwyshyn

The Art Industry in Ukraine During the War

Igor Globa

332

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Maria Sivachenko

Anastasiia Yatsyna

A Fictional War (Which the West Can’t Win)

Lesia Daria

344

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No Place Like Home: An Emigrant’s Epic Tale

Lesia Daria

346

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In Conversation with Mariya Ionova (MP), Member of Ukrainian Parliament

Mariya Ionova

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Yevdokia Sokil

Constance Uzwyshyn

In Conversation with Oleg Tistol, Ukrainian Artist

Oleg Tistol

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Peter Bejger

Constance Uzwyshyn

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