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Abbasi, Asad (2018) Book review: comic performance in Pakistan: the bhānd by Claire Pamment. LSE Review of Books (13 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Adams, Jon (2007) Interference patterns: literary study, scientific knowledge, and disciplinary autonomy. Bucknell University Press, Lewisburg. ISBN 0838756816

Akhil Kumar Adavi, Krishna (2020) Book review: the gig economy: a critical introduction by Jamie Woodcock and Mark Graham. LSE Review of Books (23 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Alhasan, Hasan (2018) Book review: rentier islamism: the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in Gulf monarchies by Courtney Freer. LSE Review of Books (08 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Ali, Parveen (2021) Book review: The sociology of South Asian women’s health edited by Sara Rizvi Jafree. LSE Review of Books (15 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Allen, Meaghan (2021) Book review: Byzantine intersectionality: sexuality, gender and race in the middle ages by Roland Betancourt. LSE Review of Books (18 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Allen, Tim and Stremlau, Nicole (2005) Media policy, peace and state reconstruction. Crisis States Research Centre discussion papers (8). Crisis States Research Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Altundas-Akcay, Cangul (2020) Book review: Iran, revolution and proxy wars by Ofira Seliktar and Farhad Rezaei. LSE Review of Books (11 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Ames, Jenny (2018) How should we balance the research impact ecosystem? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 Jun 2018). Website.

Amin, Adhip (2020) Book review: the cigarette: a political history by Sarah Milov. LSE Review of Books (06 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Amri, Myriam (2021) Book review: Revolution and disenchantment: Arab Marxism and the binds of emancipation by Fadi A. Bardawil. LSE Review of Books (04 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Anderson, Joseph (2016) Book review: cold war anthropology: the CIA, the Pentagon and the growth of dual use anthropology by David H. Price. LSE Review of Books (19 Jul 2016). Website.

Andrawos, Nader (2020) Book review: Revisiting Marx’s Critique of Liberalism: rethinking justice, legality and rights by Igor Shoikhedbrod. LSE Review of Books (18 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Anisimova, Sofya (2020) Book review: Coalition strategy and the end of the First World War: the Supreme War Council and war planning, 1917-1918 by Meighen McCrae. LSE Review of Books (07 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Anstead, Nick and Mattoni, Alice (2012) Book Review: media practices and protest politics: how precarious workers mobilise. LSE Review of Books (05 Oct 2012). Website.

Arrébola, Carlos A. and Deller, Rosemary (2018) 5 recommended readings on European integration in the age of Brexit. LSE Brexit (05 Jan 2018). Website.

Atakan Cetin, Reha (2020) Book review: Feminist city: claiming space in the man-made world by Leslie Kern. LSE Review of Books (14 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Azabar, Samira (2021) Book review: How to fight inequality (and why that fight needs you) by Ben Phillips. LSE Review of Books (13 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

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Badola, Anand (2021) Book review: Brewing resistance: Indian Coffee House and the emergency in postcolonial India by Kristin Victoria Magistrelli Plys. LSE Review of Books (30 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Bakker, Gerben (2004) The European film industry in the United States. In: Sedgwick, John and Pokorny, Mike, (eds.) An Economic History of Film. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 48-85. ISBN 0415324920

Bakker, Gerben (2004) How films became branded products. In: Sedgwick, John and Pokorny, Mike, (eds.) An Economic History of Film. Routledge, London, pp. 24-47. ISBN 0415324920

Bannerman, Gordon (2016) Book review: Harold Wilson: the unprincipled Prime Minister? Reappraising Harold Wilson edited by Andrew S. Crines and Kevin Hickson. LSE Review of Books (25 Jul 2016). Website.

Basbøll, Thomas (2018) A scientific paper shouldn't tell a good story but present a strong argument. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (01 Jun 2018). Website.

Bauer, Martin W. (2007) Media monitoring. . World Health Organisation.

Bauer, Martin W. and Bucchi, Massimiano (2007) Journalism, science and society: science communication between news and public relations. Routledge studies in science, technology, and society. (7). Routledge, London, UK. ISBN 0415375282

Beckett, Charlie (2015) But how do you know that it’s true? Notes from #nishbrverification workshop. Polis blog (31 Mar 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2013) Diversity: can it pay a digital dividend? Polis blog (01 Oct 2013). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Election watch: media notes on #GE2015. Polis blog (05 May 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Ethics will be as central as economics to the future of the news industry. LSE Business Review (21 Sep 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Globalisation, the media and UK communities. . Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, UK. ISBN 9781859357934

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Good news is no news? Polis blog (02 Feb 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) Hong Kong rising: does the beauty of crowds distract from the politics? Polis blog (30 Sep 2014). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) How bad is breaking news? Polis blog (28 Mar 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) How can we use media to get people more engaged in politics? Polis blog (05 Sep 2014). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) “How do you feel?”: the role of emotion in journalism – new research project. Polis blog (05 Nov 2014). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) How journalism is turning emotional and what that might mean for news. Polis blog (10 Sep 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) In next week’s exciting blog post we will find out what happened to that brilliant new narrative device idea. Polis blog (02 Mar 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2013) In reply to Alastair Campbell – journalism and politics. Polis blog (20 Nov 2013). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Is source protection dead? A Polis/ Journalistfonden report. Polis blog (14 May 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Is this the end of the future of news? Polis blog (29 Apr 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) Leadership? you’re having a laugh. Polis blog (04 Nov 2014). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2013) Lessons from the ‘fabricated’ 3d printer gun story. Polis blog (25 Oct 2013). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Networking across borders: from ancient Greece to today. Polis blog (21 Apr 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Our partisan press: does it matter to journalism or politics? Polis blog (28 Apr 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2013) Reinventing journalism education by reinventing the university as journalism reinvents itself. Polis blog (16 Oct 2013). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) Should broadcasters credit newspapers when they follow up on their scoops? Polis blog (05 Dec 2014). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2008) SuperMedia: saving journalism so it can save the world. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK. ISBN 9781405179249

Beckett, Charlie (2014) Tech v hacks: time for a truce? Polis blog (28 Nov 2014). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) This election will be complex, simple, social. so how do we cover it? polis conference preview #polis2015. Polis blog (24 Feb 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2013) Tony Hall’s joined up BBC. Polis blog (08 Oct 2013). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) Twitter: dead or alive? Polis blog (02 May 2014). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2007) What a Pratchett. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (12 Dec 2007). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) What a mess. UK election 2015. Polis blog (06 May 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) What can we learn about getting people involved in politics from the Scottish referendum? (video). Polis blog (21 Sep 2014). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) What does the Brooks Coulson phone-hacking verdict tell us about editors’ responsibility for their newsrooms? Polis blog (24 Jun 2014). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) Why I think the Kony 2012 campaign is wrong. Polis blog (09 Mar 2012). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) The generation game: signs of hope as news media industry change matures? Polis blog (23 Nov 2014). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) The most stage-managed election campaign ever. Polis blog (23 May 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) The nature of bearing witness: Sainte Chapelle, the Nazis and Palestine. Polis blog (24 Feb 2012). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) The party’s started too early. Polis blog (05 Jan 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) The philosopher king of networked journalism stands down, the legacy lives. Polis blog (10 Dec 2014). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) The right response to Charlie Hebdo: fear and humanity. Polis blog (07 Jan 2015). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) The value of networked journalism. . POLIS, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Bedamatta, Rajshree (2021) Book review: Advanced introduction to feminist economics by Joyce P. Jacobsen. LSE Review of Books (02 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Beer, David (2021) In defence of writing book reviews. LSE Review of Books (04 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Beer, David (2020) The case of bookcases. LSE Review of Books (15 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Berenskoetter, Felix (2012) An act of friendship? Re-reading grass on German-Israeli relations. International Affairs at LSE (01 Oct 2012). Website.

Berry, Ava (2020) Book review: Anonymous is a woman by Nina Ansary. LSE Review of Books (27 Nov 2020). Blog Entry.

Bertrand, Mathilde (2021) Book review: Photography of protest and community: the radical collectives of the 1970s by Noni Stacey. LSE Review of Books (22 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Bhattacharya, Aveek ORCID: 0000-0003-1833-4706 (2018) Book review: dreamers: how young Indians are changing the world by Snigdha Poonam. LSE Review of Books (18 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Bilancetti, Vanessa (2020) Book review: the state of the European Union: fault lines in European integration edited by Stefanie Wöhl, Elisabeth Springler, Martin Pachel and Bernhard Zeilinger. LSE Review of Books (04 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Biswas, Sneha (2021) Book review: The power of narrative: climate skepticism and the deconstruction of science by Raul P. Lejano and Shondel J. Nero. LSE Review of Books (03 Sep 2021). Blog Entry.

Bitschnau, Marco (2020) Book review: Against Borders: why the world needs free movement of people by Alex Sager. LSE Review of Books (19 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Blakeley, Georgina (2020) Book review: territorial politics and the party system in Spain: continuity and change since the financial crisis by Caroline Gray. LSE Review of Books (14 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Bluemink, Matt (2021) Book review: The crowdsourced panopticon: conformity and control on social media by Jeremy Weissman. LSE Review of Books (11 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Bluemink, Matt (2021) Book review: What do we know and what should we do about fake news? By Nick Anstead. LSE Review of Books (18 Aug 2021). Blog Entry.

Bodishteanu, Nicole (2021) Book review: Moldova: a history by Rebecca Haynes. LSE Review of Books (19 Aug 2021). Blog Entry.

Bonney, Evan (2020) Book review: Billionaire wilderness: the ultra-wealthy and the remaking of the American West by Justin Farrell. LSE Review of Books (12 Aug 2020). Blog Entry.

Bose, Sumantra (2012) Book review: The books that inspired Sumantra Bose:“Fanon’s The Wretched of the Earth touched achord with both my national and personalbackground”. LSE Review of Books (05 Aug 2012). Website.

Bostian, Luke (2020) Book review: reconstructing democracy: how citizens are building from the ground up by Charles Taylor, Patricia Nanz and Madeleine Beaubien Taylor. LSE Review of Books (20 Aug 2020). Blog Entry.

Bowers, Rebecca and Menon, Ritu (2018) "The fact that the entire trade market of the publishing industry is still predominantly in the hands of men, means that there has to be a very concerted effort to shift that balance"- Ritu Menon. South Asia @ LSE (06 Mar 2018). Website.

Boyd-Barrett, Oliver and Rantanen, Terhi ORCID: 0000-0002-5345-6699 (2009) News agencies. In: Albertazzi, Daniele and Cobley, Paul, (eds.) The Media: an Introduction. Pearson, Boston, USA, pp. 233-245. ISBN 9781405840361

Brefo, Henry (2018) Book review: mediators, contract men and colonial capital: mechanized gold mining in the Gold Coast Colony, 1879-1909 by Cassandra Mark-Thiesen. LSE Review of Books (07 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Brienza, Casey (2012) Book Review: the adaptation industry: the cultural economy of contemporary literary adaptation. LSE Review of Books (06 Oct 2012). Website.

Brienza, Casey (2015) Book review: internet literature in China by Michel Hockx. LSE Review of Books (17 Jul 2015). Website.

Brown, Philip (2013) Graphic novel: The superhero of research dissemination? Social Care Evidence in Practice (12 Nov 2013). Website.

Brumley, Cheryl (2018) The best bookshops in Latin America and the Caribbean: Rio and São Paulo, Brazil. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (28 Aug 2018). Website.

Buitron, Natalia and Deshoulliere, Gregory Alexandre (2019) The Shuar writing boom: cultural experts and the creation of a "scholarly tradition". Tipití, 16 (2). ISSN 1545-4703

Bíró, Gábor (2020) Book review: network origins of the global economy: east vs. west in a complex systems perspective by Hilton L. Root. LSE Review of Books (23 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

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Cammaerts, Bart (2015) Charlie Hebdo and the other within (guest blog). Polis blog (12 Jan 2015). Website.

Campbell, Paul Ian (2020) Author interview: Q and A with Dr Paul Ian Campbell, author of education, retirement and career transitions for ‘black’ ex-professional footballers. LSE Review of Books (30 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Caron, James and Ahmad, Mahvish (2016) Activism, knowledge and publishing: some views from Pakistan and Afghanistan. South Asian History and Culture, 7 (1). 30 - 36. ISSN 1947-2498

Carrigan, Mark (2020) Will we still have offices in the post-pandemic university? LSE Review of Books (12 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Carrim, Sabah (2021) Book review: It can happen here: white power and the rising threat of genocide in the US by Alexander Laban Hinton. LSE Review of Books (03 Aug 2021). Blog Entry.

Castañeda Garza, Diego (2021) Book review: China’s gilded age: the paradox of economic boom and vast corruption by Yuen Yuen Ang. LSE Review of Books (12 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Centner, Ryan ORCID: 0000-0002-3295-3186 (2021) 20 recommended LGBTQ+ books for Pride Month 2021. LSE Review of Books (30 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Chan, Kenddrick (2021) Book review: 2034: a novel of the next world war. Digital IR: Book Review. LSE IDEAS, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Chan, Tiffany (2018) The best bookshops in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. LSE Review of Books (12 Mar 2018). Website.

Charlton, Ed ORCID: 0000-0001-7563-9472 (2020) The zero-hour city: writing London in the end times. GeoHumanities, 6 (2). 280 - 294. ISSN 2373-566X

Chella Rajan, Sudhir (2021) Long read review: Decolonizing politics: an introduction by Robbie Shilliam. LSE Review of Books (24 Aug 2021). Blog Entry.

Chen, Sibo (2021) Book review: Resource radicals: from petro-nationalism to post-extractivism in Ecuador by Thea Riofrancos. LSE Review of Books (31 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Chen, Sibo (2021) Book review: The Anthropocene in global media: neutralizing the risk by Leslie Sklair. LSE Review of Books (27 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Chiavaroli, Chiara (2021) Book review: Inevitably toxic: historical perspectives on contamination, exposure and expertise edited by Brinda Sarathy, Vivien Hamilton and Janet Farrell Brodie. LSE Review of Books (29 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

Chong, Phillipa K. (2020) Author interview: Q and A with Dr Phillipa K. Chong on inside the critics’ circle: book reviewing in uncertain times. LSE Review of Books (30 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Chouliaraki, Lilie (2010) Discourse and mediation. In: Allan, Stuart, (ed.) Rethinking Communication: Keywords in Communication Research. Hampton Press, New York, USA. ISBN 1572739567

Cibralic, Beba (2021) Book review: Reading ‘black mirror’: insights into technology and the post-media condition edited by German A. Duarte and Justin Michael Battin. LSE Review of Books (14 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Clare, Isobel (2021) Book review: Wollstonecraft: philosophy, passion, and politics by Sylvana Tomaselli. LSE Review of Books (28 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Coban, Mehmet Kerem (2020) Book review: automating finance: infrastructures, engineers and the making of electronic markets by Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra. LSE Review of Books (23 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Coker, Christopher (2014) Men at war: what fiction tells us about conflict, from the Iliad to Catch-22. Hurst Publishers, London, UK. ISBN 9781849042895

Collins, Jo (2021) Book review: Coaching and mentoring for academic development by Kay Guccione and Steve Hutchinson. LSE Review of Books (19 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Concha, Paz (2016) Book review: the creative citizen unbound: how social media and DIY culture contribute to democracy, communities and the creative economy edited by Ian Hargreaves and John Hartley. LSE Review of Books (15 Jul 2016). Website.

Coolidge Toker, Emily (2013) Book review: Afghanistan in ink: literature between diaspora and nation. LSE Review of Books (19 Jul 2013). Website.

Cossu, Elena (2020) Book review: the glass half-empty: debunking the myth of progress in the twenty-first century by Rodrigo Aguilera. LSE Review of Books (27 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Cotter, Richard (2020) Book review: radical organisation development by Mark Cole. LSE Review of Books (23 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Couldry, Nick ORCID: 0000-0001-8233-3287, Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 and Markham, Tim (2006) Media consumption and the future of public connection. . London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Cousins, Mel (2021) Book review: Social protection under authoritarianism: health politics and policy in China by Xian Huang. LSE Review of Books (01 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Crozier-De Rosa, Sharon (2021) Book review: Markievicz: prison letters and rebel writings edited by Lindie Naughton. LSE Review of Books (13 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

Crozier-De Rosa, Sharon and Mackie, Vera (2018) Book extract: ‘Preserving their own memory: constitutional suffragism and the Fawcett Society’ from remembering women’s activism by Sharon Crozier De-Rosa and Vera Mackie. LSE Review of Books (23 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Currell, Sue (2012) Book review : The books that inspired Sue Currell: “AliceWalker’s ‘The Color Purple’ was the book thatled me back into academia after I had droppedout of an English degree.”. LSE Review of Books (26 Aug 2012). Website.

Curtis, Theo (2020) Book review: slowdown: the end of the great acceleration – and why it’s good for the planet, the economy and our lives by Danny Dorling. LSE Review of Books (21 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Czifra-Tóth, Erzsébet and Tennant, Jon (2017) A number of freely available tools can help you improve your literature review routine and stay on top of published research. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 May 2017). Website.

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Damaske, Sarah (2021) Book review: Crunch time: how married couples confront unemployment by Aliya Hamid Rao. LSE Review of Books (09 Aug 2021). Blog Entry.

Daramus, Iancu (2021) Book review: Why we drive: on freedom, risk and taking back control by Matthew Crawford. LSE Review of Books (22 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

Davies, Howard (2007) Judging the Booker Prize. LSE Magazine, Winter. p. 19. ISSN 0023-639X

Davies, Howard (2007) Sex, infertility, war. Starmagazine (Malaysia), 2 Sept.

Davies, Huw (2020) Book review: What is digital sociology? by Neil Selwyn. LSE Review of Books (15 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Davies, Huw (2020) Book review: What is digital sociology? by Neil Selwyn. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (05 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

De Vidovich, Lorenzo (2020) Book Review: How to run a city like Amazon and other fables edited by Mark Graham, Rob Kitchin, Shannon Mattern and Joe Shaw. USApp-American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Apr 2020). Blog Entry.

De Waal, Alex (2018) Book review: fighting for peace in Somalia: a history and analysis of the African Union Mission (AMISOM), 2007-2017 by Paul D. Williams. LSE Review of Books (15 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Deb, Nikhil (2020) Book review: Dispossession without development: land grabs in neoliberal India by Michael Levien. LSE Review of Books (23 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Deb, Nikhil (2021) Book review: Super polluters: tackling the world’s largest sites of climate-disrupting emissions by Don Grant, Andrew Jorgenson and Wesley Longhofer. LSE Review of Books (21 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Deka, Dixita (2018) Reframing female agency in insurgency: women's voices from Assam. South Asia @ LSE (07 Mar 2018). Website.

Delgado, Ellen Frank (2021) Book review: Redeeming leadership: an anti-racist feminist intervention by Helena Liu. LSE Review of Books (24 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Deller, Rose (2019) LSE RB decade in review: top 10 book reviews of the 2010s. LSE Review of Books (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Deller, Rose (2019) LSE RB year in review: top 12 book reviews of 2019. LSE Review of Books (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Deller, Rosemary (2018) A month of our own: amplifying women's voices on LSE Review of Books. LSE Review of Books (01 Mar 2018). Website.

Deshoulliere, Gregory Alexandre and Buitron, Natalia (2019) Singularity on the margins: autobiographical decolonial writings among the shuar of Ecuadorian Amazonia. Tipití, 16 (2). ISSN 1545-4703

Despain, Hans (2021) Book review: Boom and bust: a global history of financial bubbles by William Quinn and John D. Turner. LSE Review of Books (26 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

Despain, Hans (2020) Book review: The deficit myth: modern monetary theory and the birth of the people’s economy by Stephanie Kelton. LSE Review of Books (22 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

DiBella, Sam (2020) Book review: The infographic: a history of data graphics in news and communications by Murray Dick. LSE Review of Books (16 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Diamond, Patrick (2020) Book review: Peter Shore: Labour’s forgotten patriot by Kevin Hickson, Jasper Miles and Harry Taylor. LSE Review of Books (05 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Didem Sezgin, Ayse (2020) Book review: narratives of hunger in international law: feeding the world in times of climate change by Anne Saab. LSE Review of Books (10 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Dietrich Jones, Natalie (2021) Book review: Deporting black Britons: portraits of deportation to Jamaica by Luke de Noronha. LSE Review of Books (12 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

Dikova, Stanislava (2018) Book review: the proletarian answer to the modernist question by Nick Hubble. LSE Review of Books (26 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Dillabough-Lefebvre, Dominique (2021) Book review: Mekong dreaming: life and death along a changing river by Andrew Alan Johnson. LSE Review of Books (05 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Dimova, Gergana (2020) Book review: The new despotism by John Keane. LSE Review of Books (30 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Dittmar, Jeremiah and Seabold, Skipper (2019) New media and competition: printing and Europe's transformation after Gutenberg. CEP Discussion Papers (1600). Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Dogan Akkas, Betul (2021) Book review: The son king: reform and repression in Saudi Arabia by Madawi Al-Rasheed. LSE Review of Books (23 Aug 2021). Blog Entry.

Dosekun, Simi (2020) Author interview: Q and A with Dr Simidele Dosekun on fashioning postfeminism: spectacular femininity and transnational culture. LSE Review of Books (16 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Douarin, Elodie (2021) Present at the transition: remembering Professor Oleh Havrylyshyn. LSE Review of Books (21 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

Draper, Tom (2020) Book review: In fading light: the films of the Amber Collective by James Leggott. LSE Review of Books (25 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Draper, Tom (2021) Book review: V.F. Perkins on movies: collected shorter film criticism edited by Douglas Pye. LSE Review of Books (05 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Dullaert, Isadora (2021) Book review: Statelessness: a modern history by Mira L. Siegelberg. LSE Review of Books (10 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Dunst, Charles (2021) Book review: The war on the Uyghurs: China’s campaign against Xinjiang’s Muslims by Sean R. Roberts. LSE Review of Books (21 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

Dunst, Charles (2021) Book review: Tomorrow, the world: the birth of U.S. global supremacy by Stephen Wertheim. LSE Review of Books (17 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Durongkaveroj, Wannaphong (2021) Book review: Deaths of despair and the future of capitalism by Anne Case and Angus Deaton. LSE Review of Books (12 Aug 2021). Blog Entry.

Durongkaveroj, Wannaphong (2018) Book review: the value of everything: making and taking in the global economy by Mariana Mazzucato. LSE Review of Books (09 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Dycus, Katy (2020) The best bookshops in Madrid, Spain. LSE Review of Books (21 Aug 2020). Blog Entry.

Díaz Pérez, Cristina (2020) Book review: the passion projects: modernist women, intimate archives, unfinished lives by melanie micir. LSE Review of Books (28 May 2020). Blog Entry.

de Faria, Janaína (2020) Book review: Karl Marx’s life, ideas, and influences: a critical examination on the bicentenary edited by Shaibal Gupta, Marcello Musto and Babak Amini. LSE Review of Books (01 Dec 2020). Blog Entry.

deSouza, Priyanka (2018) Book review: Rhodes must fall: the struggle to decolonise the racist heart of empire by Rhodes Must Fall Oxford, edited by Roseanne Chantiluke, Brian Kwoba and Athinagamso Nkopo. LSE Review of Books (14 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

del Nido, Juan M. (2021) Book review: Algorithms and the end of politics: how technology shapes 21st-century American life by Scott Timcke. LSE Review of Books (23 Sep 2021). Blog Entry.

di Bella, Sam (2020) Book review: Predict and surveil: data, discretion and the future of policing by Sarah Brayne. LSE Review of Books (05 Nov 2020). Blog Entry.

di Bella, Sam (2021) Book review: The filing cabinet: a vertical history of information by Craig Robertson. LSE Review of Books (30 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

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Eggert, Jennifer Philippa (2021) Book review: The daily lives of Muslims: Islam and public confrontation in contemporary Europe by Nilüfer Göle. LSE Review of Books (19 Aug 2021). Blog Entry.

Erez, Lior (2020) Book review: The shifting border: legal cartographies of migration and mobility (Ayelet Shachar in dialogue) by Ayelet Shachar. LSE Review of Books (17 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2005) Auto/biographical methods. In: Griffin, Gabriele, (ed.) Research Methods for English Studies. Research Methods for the Arts and Humanities. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, UK, pp. 31-46. ISBN 9780748621545

Evans, Mary (2001) Gender and the literature of the Holocaust: the diary of Etty Hillesum. Women: a Cultural Review, 12 (3). pp. 325-335. ISSN 0957-4042

Evans, Mary (1989) Reflecting on Anna Karenina. Heroines?. Routledge, London, UK. ISBN 9780415017190

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Farrimond, Hannah (2021) Book review: New pandemics, old politics: two hundred years of war on disease and its alternatives by Alex de Waal. LSE Review of Books (10 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Fear, Christopher (2020) Book review: Britain’s Conservative Right since 1945: traditional Toryism in a cold climate by Kevin Hickson. LSE Review of Books (13 Aug 2020). Blog Entry.

Featherstone, Chris (2021) Book review: Being well in academia: ways to feel stronger, safer and more connected by Petra Boynton. LSE Review of Books (12 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Featherstone, Chris (2021) Book review: The British Prime Minister in an age of upheaval by Mark Garnett. LSE Review of Books (26 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Fercovic Cerda, Malik (2018) Book review: stepping into the elite: trajectories of social achievement in India, France and the United States by Jules Naudet. LSE Review of Books (26 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Ford, Alessandro (2020) Book review: Enforcing Freedom: drug courts, therapeutic communities and the intimacies of the state by kerwin kaye. LSE Review of Books (02 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Ford, Alessandro (2021) Book review: Gangsters and other statesmen: Mafias, separatists, and torn states in a globalized world by Danilo Mandić. LSE Review of Books (11 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Ford, Alessandro (2020) Book review: Pills, powder and smoke: inside the bloody war on drugs by Antony Loewenstein. LSE Review of Books (02 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Ford, Alessandro (2020) Book review: conflict and transnational crime: borders, bullets and business in Southeast Asia by Florian Weigand. LSE Review of Books (21 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Fortier, Jacob (2020) Book review: quagmire in civil war by Jonah Schulhofer-Wohl. LSE Review of Books (15 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Franklin, Sophie (2014) Book review: the digital afterlives of Jane Austen: Janeites at the keyboard by Kylie Mirmohamadi. LSE Review of Books (19 Oct 2014). Website.

Frigg, Roman ORCID: 0000-0003-0812-0907 (2010) Fiction and science. In: Woods, John, (ed.) Fictions and Models. Philosophia Verlag, Munich, Germany. ISBN 9783884050996

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Fuchs, Sandhya ORCID: 0000-0002-1907-0522 (2021) Book review: The good girls: an ordinary killing by Sonia Faleiro. LSE Review of Books (06 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Furse, Thomas (2021) Book review: Revolutionary world: global upheaval in the modern age edited by David Motadel. LSE Review of Books (12 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

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Garnett, Mark (2019) Book review: Cameron: the politics of modernisation and manipulation by Timothy Heppell. LSE Review of Books (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Gill, Rosalind (2003) Power And The Production Of Subjects: A Genealogy Of The New Man And The New Lad. In: Benwell, Bethan, (ed.) Masculinity and Men's Lifestyle Magazines. Blackwell, Oxford.

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Glauser, Ryan (2018) Book review: the Infinite Desire for Growth by Daniel Cohen. LSE Review of Books (03 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Glover, Danni (2017) Book review: Samuel Richardson and the theory of tragedy: Clarissa’s caesuras by J. A. Smith. LSE Review of Books (31 Mar 2017). Website.

Goldstone, Ross (2020) Book review: Experiences of academics from a working-class heritage by Carole Binns. LSE Review of Books (19 Nov 2020). Blog Entry.

Goldstone, Ross (2020) Book review: The end of aspiration? Social mobility and our children’s fading prospects by Duncan Exley. LSE Review of Books (07 Dec 2020). Blog Entry.

Goodfriend, Sophie (2020) Book review: the anthropology of epidemics by Ann H. Kelly, Frédéric Keck and Christos Lynteris. LSE Review of Books (24 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Granbo, Kristin (2015) Is competitive online news changing the way we report news for children? Polis blog (04 Sep 2015). Website.

Gray, Caroline (2020) Book review: The Oxford handbook of Spanish politics edited by Diego Muro and Ignacio Lago. LSE Review of Books (06 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Gray, Catriona (2021) Book review: Uncertain archives: critical keywords for big data edited by Nanna Bonde Thylstrup, Daniela Agostinho, Annie Ring, Catherine D’Ignazio and Kristin Veel. LSE Review of Books (25 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Greenaway, Jon (2018) Book review: nihilism and technology by Nolen Gertz. LSE Review of Books (30 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Gregersen, Sofie (2021) Book review: Innocent subjects: feminism and whiteness by Terese Jonsson. LSE Review of Books (22 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Griffiths, Mark (2021) Book review: Women’s political activism in Palestine: peacebuilding, resistance, and survival by Sophie Richter-Devroe. LSE Review of Books (09 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Guesmi, Haythem (2021) Book review: Anticolonial afterlives in Egypt: the politics of hegemony by Sara Salem. LSE Review of Books (29 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Guesmi, Haythem (2020) Book review: solvent form: art and destruction by Jared Pappas-Kelley. LSE Review of Books (21 Aug 2020). Blog Entry.

Gumbs, Alexis Pauline (2011) “here to remind people of free”. Engenderings (22 Dec 2011). Website.

Guo, Chelsea (2021) Book review: Dark academia: how universities die by Peter Fleming. LSE Review of Books (02 Sep 2021). Blog Entry.

Gupta, Diya (2021) Book review: Radio empire: the BBC’s Eastern Service and the emergence of the global anglophone novel by Daniel Ryan Morse. LSE Review of Books (21 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Gupta, Diya (2021) Book review: Royals and rebels: the rise and fall of the Sikh empire by Priya Atwal. LSE Review of Books (07 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

Gupta, Hemangini (2021) Book review: Accidental feminism: gender parity and selective mobility among India’s professional elite by Swethaa S. Ballakrishnen. LSE Review of Books (28 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

Gupta, Varsha (2020) Book review: employment in india by Ajit Kumar Ghose. LSE Review of Books (29 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Gusejnova, Dina ORCID: 0000-0003-1356-9530 (2014) Der Prophet als Parfum: das Spenglersche am europäischen und amerikanischen Modernismus. Zeitschrift für Weltgeschichte, 15 (1). pp. 141-162. ISSN 2199-8086

Gyal, Palden (2020) Book review: Islamic Shangri-La: inter-Asian relations and Lhasa’s Muslim communities, 1600 to 1960 by David G. Atwill. LSE Review of Books (28 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

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Hamilton, Rosie (2021) Book review: Humankind: a hopeful history by Rutger Bregman. LSE Review of Books (11 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Hansen, Bjarke Mørkøre Stigel (2016) Book review: intoxication by Jean-Luc Nancy. LSE Review of Books (15 Jul 2016). Website.

Harding, Kim (2020) Book review: Digital detox: the politics of disconnecting by Trine Syvertsen. LSE Review of Books (05 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Harkins, Steven (2015) Book review: The best bookshops in Glasgow, Scotland. LSE Review of Books (23 Oct 2015). Website.

Harman, Sophie (2020) Book review: Sensible Politics: visualizing international relations by William A. Callahan. LSE Review of Books (03 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Haxhiu, Andi (2021) Book review: The clamour of nationalism: race and nation in twenty-first-century Britain by Sivamohan Valluvan. LSE Review of Books (02 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Haynes, Suyin (2018) Book review: new female tribes by Rachel Pashley. LSE Review of Books (06 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Healey, Devon (2020) Book review: Blindness Through the Looking Glass: the performance of blindness, gender and the sensory body by Gili Hammer. LSE Review of Books (29 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Hebels, Alexander (2014) Prize-winning research on Snapchat – the meaning of mobile imagery. Polis blog (03 Jun 2014). Website.

Helmy, Heba (2020) Book review: Property, institutions and social stratification in Africa by Franklin Obeng-Odoom. LSE Review of Books (18 Aug 2020). Blog Entry.

Hill, Steven (2020) Book review: Mass appeal: communicating policy ideas in multiple media by Justin Gest. LSE Review of Books (02 Dec 2020). Blog Entry.

Hines, Frankie (2018) Book review: bad environmentalism: irony and irreverence in the ecological age by Nicole Seymour. LSE Review of Books (19 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Hiraide, Lydia Ayame (2021) Book review: Reimagining liberation: how black women transformed citizenship in the French empire by Annette K. Joseph-Gabriel. LSE Review of Books (01 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Hiraide, Lydia Ayame (2021) Book review: being property once myself: blackness and the end of man by joshua bennett. LSE Review of Books (08 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

Hong Jiang, George (2021) Book review: How China escaped shock therapy: the market reform debate by Isabella M. Weber. LSE Review of Books (07 Sep 2021). Blog Entry.

Houghton, John P. (2018) Book review: municipal dreams: the rise and fall of council housing by John Boughton. LSE Review of Books (11 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

House, Danielle (2020) Book review: the politics of intimacy: rethinking the end-of-life controversy by Anna Durnová. LSE Review of Books (10 Aug 2020). Blog Entry.

Howard, Rebecca (2021) Book review: Food insecurity on campus: action and intervention edited by Katharine M. Broton and Clare L. Cady. LSE Review of Books (04 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Hoyos Twomey, Alex (2020) Book review: Cruising utopia: the then and there of queer futurity (10th anniversary edition) by José Esteban Muñoz. LSE Review of Books (13 Nov 2020). Blog Entry.

Hummel, Diana (2018) Book review: social ecology in the digital age: solving complex problems in a globalized world by Daniel Stokols. LSE Review of Books (25 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Hussein, Hind (2020) Book review: The scopus diaries and the (il)logics of academic survival by Abel Polese. LSE Review of Books (07 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Hänska, Max ORCID: 0000-0001-9188-534X, Wardle, Claire and Browne, Malachy (2013) Social media & journalism: reporting the world through user generated content. In: Milojevic, Ana and Vesnic-Alujevic, Lucia, (eds.) Audience Interactivity and Participation: Interview/Essays With/on Journalists and Politicians. Transforming audiences, transforming societies working group 2. ISBN 9782960115772

Hölsgens, Sander (2021) Book review: Expanded visions: a new anthropology of the moving image by Arnd Schneider. LSE Review of Books (23 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

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Ivey, Christina (2020) Book review: the confounding island: Jamaica and the postcolonial predicament by Orlando Patterson. LSE Review of Books (06 Aug 2020). Blog Entry.

Işın Kirenci, Ayşe (2021) Book review: The new age of empire: how colonialism and racism still rule the world by Kehinde Andrews. LSE Review of Books (13 Sep 2021). Blog Entry.

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James, Deborah and Mphahle Nkadimeng, Geoffrey (2003) The land and the word: missions, African Christians, and the claiming of land in South Africa. In: Draper, Jonathan, (ed.) Orality, Literacy and Colonialism in Southern Africa. Semeia Studies (46). Society of Biblical Literature, Leiden, pp. 111-134. ISBN 9781589831179

Jenkins, Tricia (2016) Book review: in secrecy’s shadow: the OSS and CIA in Hollywood cinema, 1941-1979 by Simon Willmetts. LSE Review of Books (19 Jul 2016). Website.

Johns, Fleur (2021) Why, when and how? 10 tips for academic book reviewers. LSE Review of Books (07 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Johnson, Bethan (2018) Book review: race women internationalists: activist-intellectuals and global freedom struggles by Imaobong D. Umoren. LSE Review of Books (01 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2018) Book review: the Oxford handbook of electoral systems edited by Erik S Herron, Robert J Pekkanen and Matthew S Shugart. LSE Review of Books (29 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Jones, Ed, Murphy, Mahon, Vertelytė, Mantė, Jarmack, Sarita Fae, Sitaraman, Srini, Vaughan, Tom, Johnson, Bethan, deSouza, Priyanka, Custódio, Leonardo, Robb, Peter, Khilji, Usama, Brefo, Henry, Hamzić, Vanja, Moreh, Chris and Mazanderani, Fawzia Haeri (2018) Reading list: 15 recommended reads on colonial histories, colonial legacies. LSE Review of Books (15 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

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Kalpokas, Ignas (2020) Book review: Creativity in Research: cultivate clarity, be innovative and make progress in your research journey by Nicola Ulibarri et al. LSE Review of Books (22 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Kalpokas, Ignas (2021) Book review: Delivering impact with digital resources: planning strategy in the attention economy by Simon Tanner. LSE Review of Books (25 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Kalpokas, Ignas (2021) Book review: Easy living: the rise of the home office by Elizabeth A. Patton. LSE Review of Books (23 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Kalpokas, Ignas (2013) Book review: Rhetoric and the writing of history, 400-1500. LSE Review of Books (26 Jan 2013). Website.

Kalpokas, Ignas (2021) Book review: The art of political storytelling: why stories win votes in post-truth politics by Philip Seargeant. LSE Review of Books (01 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Kalpokas, Ignas (2018) Book review: anti-social media: how Facebook disconnects us and undermines democracy by Siva Vaidhyanathan. LSE Review of Books (04 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Kara, Helen (2021) Creative research methods – writing the second edition. LSE Review of Books (26 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Karvonen, Andrew (2020) Book review: The City by Robert E. Park and Ernest W. Burgess. LSE Review of Books (13 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Kingston, Thomas (2021) Book review: In the dragon’s shadow: Southeast Asia in the Chinese century by Sebastian Strangio. LSE Review of Books (16 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Kingston, Thomas (2020) Book review: the Jakarta method: Washington’s anticommunist crusade and the mass murder program that shaped our world by Vincent Bevins. LSE Review of Books (29 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Kippin, Sean (2020) Book review: This is not normal: the collapse of liberal Britain by William Davies. LSE Review of Books (08 Dec 2020). Blog Entry.

Kirby, Paul (2017) Political speech in fantastical worlds. International Studies Review, 19 (4). 573 - 596. ISSN 1521-9488

Kitchen, Nicholas, Wichowski, Alexis, Khatib, Lina, Neumann, Iver B., Murabit, Alaa and Kelley, Robert (2016) Review roundtable: naked diplomacy: power and statecraft in the digital age by Tom Fletcher. LSE Review of Books (18 Jul 2016). Website.

Kitchin, Rob (2020) Writing fiction as scholarly work. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (11 Dec 2020). Blog Entry.

Koessl, Gerald (2021) Book review: How ten global cities take on homelessness: innovations that work by Linda Gibbs, Jay Bainbridge, Muzzy Rosenblatt and Tamiru Mammo. LSE Review of Books (05 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Kordas, George (2020) Book review: Democracy Beyond Elections: Government Accountability in the Media Age by Gergana Dimova. LSE Review of Books (20 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Kordas, George (2021) Book review: Political entrepreneurs: the rise of challenger parties in Europe by Catherine E. De Vries and Sara B. Hobolt. LSE Review of Books (24 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Krause, Monika (2021) Reading list: neglected cases in the social sciences. LSE Review of Books (27 Sep 2021). Blog Entry.

Kumar, Anupama (2020) Book review: The case for a job guarantee by Pavlina R. Tcherneva. LSE Review of Books (29 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Kumar, Anupama (2021) Book review: The return of the state: restructuring Britain for the common good edited by Patrick Allen, Suzanne J. Konzelmann and Jan Toporowski. LSE Review of Books (10 Aug 2021). Blog Entry.

Kumar, Anupama (2020) Book review: work want work: labour and desire at the end of capitalism by Mareile Pfannebecker and J.A. Smith. LSE Review of Books (08 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

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LSE, Team (2020) 8 of the best books of 2020 recommended by LSE blog editors. LSE Review of Books (17 Dec 2020). Blog Entry.

LSE, Team (2020) LSE RB year in review: 12 most-read book reviews of 2020. LSE Review of Books (16 Dec 2020). Blog Entry.

LSE Review of Books, (2021) 15 recommended LGBTQ+ books for #IDAHOBIT2021. LSE Review of Books (17 May 2021). Blog Entry.

LSE Review of Books, (2020) 7 recommended reads from lse spectrum for #idahobit2020. LSE Review of Books (12 May 2020). Blog Entry.

LSE Review of Books, (2020) 9 recommended lockdown reads from the lse community. LSE Review of Books (01 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Laberge, Yves (2018) Book review: British social theory: recovering lost traditions before 1950 by John Scott. LSE Review of Books (02 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Lahlou, Saadi ORCID: 0000-0001-8114-7271 (1994) Ce que m'a dit le grand Robert sur la magie alimentaire. In: Fischler, Claude, (ed.) Manger Magique: Aliments Sorciers, Croyances Comestibles. Mutations (149). Editions Autrement, Paris, France, pp. 109-119.

Lamb, Will (2012) Book review: The books that inspired Will Lamb: “NancyDorian’s Language Death prompted me topursue lingusitics”. LSE Review of Books (19 Aug 2012). Website.

Lane, David (2020) Book review: searching for socialism: the project of the Labour new left from Benn to Corbyn by Leo Panitch and Colin Leys. LSE Review of Books (02 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Langevin, Mark S. (2021) Book review: Decadent developmentalism: the political economy of democratic Brazil by Matthew M. Taylor. LSE Review of Books (25 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

Langevin, Mark S. (2021) Book review: Power shift: the global political economy of energy transitions by Peter Newell. LSE Review of Books (04 Aug 2021). Blog Entry.

Lau, Justin (2020) Long read review: Avian reservoirs: virus hunters and birdwatchers in chinese sentinel posts by Frédéric Keck. LSE Review of Books (21 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Law, Benjamin, Kovac, Matthew, Reddy, Sneha, Smeltzer, Joshua and Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, Cléo (2018) Reading list: 5 recommended reads for the Armistice Day centenary. LSE Review of Books (08 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Le Grand, Julian ORCID: 0000-0002-7864-0118 and New, Bill (1998) Broadcasting and public purposes in the new millennium. In: Graham, Andrew, Koboldt, Christian, Hogg, Sarah, Robinson, Bill, Currie, David, Siner, Martin, Mather, Graham, Le Grand, Julian, New, Bill and Corfield, Ian, (eds.) Public Purposes in Broadcasting :Funding the Bbc. University of Luton Press, Luton, UK, pp. 113-136. ISBN 9781860205613

Lenhard, Johannes (2021) Book review: Better business: how the B Corp movement is remaking capitalism by Christopher Marquis. LSE Review of Books (26 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

Lenhard, Johannes (2020) Book review: Hustle and gig: struggling and surviving in the sharing economy by Alexandrea Ravenelle. LSE Review of Books (11 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Levy, Helton (2020) Book review: media and the image of the nation during Brazil’s 2013 protests by César Jiménez-Martínez. LSE Review of Books (07 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Lewandowski, Helen (2020) Book review: theory of the gimmick: aesthetic judgment and capitalist form by Sianne Ngai. LSE Review of Books (18 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Lewis, David ORCID: 0000-0003-0732-9020, Rodgers, Dennis and Woolcock, Michael (2008) The fiction of development: literary representation as a source of authoritative knowledge. The Journal of Development Studies, 44 (2). pp. 198-216. ISSN 0022-0388

Lewontin, Max (2018) Book review: the broadcast 41: women and the anti-communist blacklist by Carol A. Stabile. LSE Review of Books (30 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Lien, Hung-Ya (2018) The best bookshops in Latin America and the Caribbean: Mexico City. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (05 Sep 2018). Website.

Lien, Hung-Ya (2016) The best bookshops in Mexico City, Mexico. LSE Review of Books (22 Jul 2016). Website.

Lima, Valesca (2020) Book review: A research agenda for housing edited by Markus Moos. LSE Review of Books (14 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Liu, Antong (2021) Book review: The persistence of party: ideas of harmonious discord in eighteenth-century Britain by Max Skjönsberg. LSE Review of Books (15 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (2004) Du rapport entre audiences et publics. Réseaux, 126. pp. 17-55. ISSN 0751-7971

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (2005) Introduction to the special issue 'Audiences and Publics’. Journal of Media Practice, 6 (1). pp. 5-7. ISSN 1468-2753

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (2003) Les enjeux de la recherche comparative internationale sur les médias. Questions de Communication, 3 (Specia). pp. 31-43. ISSN 1633-5961

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (1999) Les jeunes et les nouveaux medias: sur les leçons á tirer de la télévision pour le PC. Réseaux, 92-3. pp. 103-132. ISSN 0751-7971

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (2004) Media literacy and the challenge of new information and communication technologies. Communication Review, 7 (1). pp. 3-14. ISSN 1071-4421

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (2006) Media literacy: challenges ahead. In: Westminster Media Forum, , (ed.) Implementing Media Literacy: Empowerment, Participation and Responsibility. Westminster Forum seminar series. Westminster Forum Projects Ltd, London, UK. ISBN 9781905029242

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (1999) Mediated knowledge: recognition of the familiar, discovery of the new. In: Gripsrud, Jostein, (ed.) Television and Common Knowledge. Routledge, New York, USA, pp. 91-107. ISBN 0415189292

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (1999) New media, new audiences? New Media & Society, 1 (1). pp. 59-66. ISSN 1461-4448

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (2003) On the challenges of cross-national comparative media research. European Journal of Communication, 18 (4). pp. 477-500. ISSN 0267-3231

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (2000) On the cutting edge, or otherwise, of media and communication research. Nordicom Review, 21 (2). pp. 7-13. ISSN 1403-1108

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (2005) On the relation between audiences and publics. In: Livingstone, Sonia, (ed.) Audiences and Publics : When Cultural Engagement Matters for the Public Sphere. Changing media - changing Europe series (2). Intellect Books, Bristol, UK, pp. 17-41. ISBN 1841501298

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (2004) What is media literacy? Intermedia, 32 (3). pp. 18-20. ISSN 0309-118X

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (2003) The changing nature and uses of media literacy. Media@LSE electronic working papers (4). Media@lse, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

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Longden, Vanessa (2015) Book review: how to write a thesis by Umberto Eco. LSE Review of Books (31 Mar 2015). Website.

Lornez, Klara (2015) When Hollywood touches on our research. LSE Health and Social Care (16 Apr 2015). Website.

Lunt, Peter and Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (2016) Is ‘mediatization’ the new paradigm for our field? A commentary on Deacon and Stanyer (2014, 2015) and Hepp, Hjarvard and Lundby (2015). Media, Culture and Society, 38 (3). pp. 462-470. ISSN 0163-4437

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Mackreath, Helen (2021) Book review: The coloniality of asylum: mobility, autonomy and solidarity in the wake of Europe’s refugee crisis by Fiorenza Picozza. LSE Review of Books (16 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Majumder, Atreyee (2020) Feature essay: literary work and contemporary crisis: on two novels concerning India. South Asia @ LSE (20 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Majumder, Atreyee (2020) Feature essay: literary work and contemporary crisis: on two novels concerning india. LSE Review of Books (15 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Makar, Johannes (2017) Book review: surrealism in Egypt: modernism and the art and liberty group by Sam Bardaouil. LSE Review of Books (12 May 2017). Website.

Makhulbayeva, Laura (2021) Book review: The tenacity of the couple-norm: intimate citizenship regimes in a changing Europe by Sasha Roseneil, Isabel Crowhurst, Tone Hellesund, Ana Cristina Santos and Mariya Stoilova. LSE Review of Books (22 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Manning, Alan ORCID: 0000-0002-7884-3580 (2020) Book review: welcome to Britain: fixing our broken immigration system by Colin Yeo. LSE Review of Books (05 Aug 2020). Blog Entry.

Mansell, Robin ORCID: 0000-0003-3950-3468 (2007) Prelazak granica sa novim medijima. Casopis Za Upravljanje Komuniciranjem (Communication Management Quarterly), 4 (2). pp. 5-10. ISSN 1452-7405

Manyozo, Linje (2007) Method and practice in participatory radio: rural radio forums in Malawi. Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies, 28 (1-2). pp. 11-29. ISSN 0256-0054

Manzoorul Islam, Syed, Tully, Mark, Allman, Karen, de Mel, Neloufer, Walder, Dennis and Campion, Sonali (2015) DSC Prize shortlisting: reflections on South Asian literature. South Asia @ LSE (07 Dec 2015). Website.

Mara DeSilva, Jennifer (2021) Book review: The invention of papal history: Onofrio Panvinio between renaissance and catholic reform by Stefan Bauer. LSE Review of Books (11 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2020) Book review: A brief history of fascist lies by Federico Finchelstein. LSE Review of Books (09 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2020) Book review: Populocracy: the tyranny of authenticity and the rise of populism by Catherine Fieschi. LSE Review of Books (04 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2021) Book review: Saigon at war: South Vietnam and the global sixties by Heather Marie Stur. LSE Review of Books (03 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2021) Book review: The new party challenge: changing cycles of party birth and death in central Europe and beyond by Tim Haughton and Kevin Deegan-Krause. LSE Review of Books (11 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2021) Book review: They were her property: white women as slave owners in the American South by Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers. LSE Review of Books (19 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2020) Book review: me the people: how populism transforms democracy by Nadia Urbinati. LSE Review of Books (20 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2020) Book review: women’s war: fighting and surviving the American Civil War by Stephanie McCurry. LSE Review of Books (12 Aug 2020). Blog Entry.

Markaki, Lilly (2018) Book review: five heads (tavan tolgoi): art, anthropology and Mongol futurism edited by Hermione Spriggs. LSE Review of Books (29 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Markham, Tim (2008) Journalistic ethics as field strategies: a particular case of the possible. In: Media@LSE Fifth Anniversary Conference: Media, Communication and Humanity, 2008-09-21 - 2008-09-23, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, United Kingdom.

Marling, Tom (2018) Book review: the blue frontier: maritime vision and power in the Qing Empire by Ronald Po. LSE Review of Books (24 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Matringe, Nadia (2020) Book review: Libres d’obéir: le management, du nazisme à aujourd’hui [free to obey : management, from nazism to today] by Johann Chapoutot. LSE Review of Books (24 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Matthews, Jodie (2018) Book review: 99 theses on the revaluation of value: a postcapitalist manifesto by Brian Massumi. LSE Review of Books (05 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Matthews, Jodie (2020) Book review: kept from all contagion: germ theory, disease, and the dilemma of human contact in late nineteenth-century literature by Kari Nixon. LSE Review of Books (24 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Matthews, Jodie (2016) The materiality of research: flows of thought: on canals, materiality and humanities research by Jodie Matthews. LSE Review of Books (22 Jul 2016). Website.

McArthur, Jenny (2018) Book review: portfolio society: on the capitalist modes of prediction by Ivan Ascher. LSE Review of Books (16 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

McArthur, Jenny (2018) The best bookshops in Washington D.C., USA. LSE Review of Books (02 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

McFarlane, Tracy (2021) Book review: Presumed incompetent II: race, class, power and resistance of women in academia edited by Yolanda Flores Niemann, Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs and Carmen G. Gonzalez. LSE Review of Books (08 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

McKone Leonard, Mariel (2020) Review essay: exposing the costs of uncounting. LSE Review of Books (04 Nov 2020). Blog Entry.

McLeod, Christie (2021) Book review: Corporate citizen: new perspectives on the globalized rule of law edited by Oonagh E. Fitzgerald. LSE Review of Books (27 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

Mcarthur, Jenny (2020) Book review: Liberalism at Large: the world according to the economist by Alexander Zevin. LSE Review of Books (27 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Mead, Geoffrey (2021) Book review: Veblen: the making of an economist who unmade economics by Charles Camic. LSE Review of Books (28 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

Meadhbh Murray, Órla (2020) Book review: full surrogacy now: feminism against family by Sophie Lewis. LSE Review of Books (07 Aug 2020). Blog Entry.

Mera, Laura Gómez (2018) The best bookshops in Latin America and the Caribbean: Buenos Aires, Argentina. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (12 Sep 2018). Website.

Mitropolitski, Simeon (2021) Book review: Causal inference: the mixtape by Scott Cunningham. LSE Review of Books (16 Sep 2021). Blog Entry.

Mitropolitski, Simeon (2020) Book review:: re:generation Europe: ten proposals for another Europe by Floris de Witte. LSE Review of Books (18 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Morse, Tal (2013) Shooting the dead: images of death, inclusion and exclusion in the Israeli press. In: Aaron, Michele, (ed.) Envisaging death: visual culture and dying. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. ISBN 9781443849265

Mosse, Jack (2021) Book review: Rigged: understanding ‘the economy’ in Brexit Britain by Anna Killick. LSE Review of Books (22 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

Muldoon, James (2021) Book review: The fight against platform capitalism: an inquiry into the global struggles of the gig economy by Jamie Woodcock. LSE Review of Books (17 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Mulvin, Dylan ORCID: 0000-0002-8925-2460 (2021) Q and A with Dr Dylan Mulvin on proxies: the cultural work of standing in. LSE Review of Books (24 Aug 2021). Blog Entry.

Murphy, Gillian (2021) 6 items to discover in LSE Library exhibition ‘Making modern women: women’s magazines in interwar Britain’. LSE Review of Books (02 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

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Nadibaidze, Anna (2018) Book review: European security in integration theory: contested boundaries by Kamil Zwolski. LSE Review of Books (28 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Naidoo, Shanthini (2020) Writing women in solitary: shifting narratives to make research count by Shanthini Naidoo. LSE Review of Books (05 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Naik, Gayathri D. (2020) Book review: Legal protection for traditional knowledge: towards a new law for indigenous intellectual property by Anindya Bhukta. LSE Review of Books (10 Dec 2020). Blog Entry.

Naik, Gayathri D. (2021) Book review: The (un)governable city: productive failure in the making of colonial Delhi, 1858-1911 by Raghav Kishore. LSE Review of Books (05 Aug 2021). Blog Entry.

Naik, Gayathri D. (2021) Book review: Unsustainable inequalities: social justice and the environment by Lucas Chancel. LSE Review of Books (05 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Nakkeeran, Barathi (2021) Book review: Uncivil city: ecology, equity, and the commons in Delhi by Amita Baviskar. LSE Review of Books (14 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Narayan Sahgal, Kanav (2021) Book review: The international LGBT rights movement: a history by Laura A. Belmonte. LSE Review of Books (29 Sep 2021). Blog Entry.

Narula, Surina, Gunesekera, Romesh and Daruwalla, Keki (2015) DSC prize interviews: celebrating on South Asian literature. South Asia @ LSE (16 Jan 2015). Website.

Nasir Malik, Aatin (2021) Book review: Resisting disappearance: military occupation and women’s activism in Kashmir by Ather Zia. LSE Review of Books (15 Sep 2021). Blog Entry.

Neves De Lima, Gabriela (2021) Book review: A feminist reading of debt by Lucí Cavallero and Verónica Gago. LSE Review of Books (02 Aug 2021). Blog Entry.

Nguyen, Anna (2018) Book review- economic science fictions ed. by William Davies. LSE Business Review (29 Jul 2018). Website.

Nguyen, Anna (2021) Book review: Dear science and other stories by Katherine McKittrick. LSE Review of Books (27 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Nguyen, Anna (2021) Book review: Lessons from plants by Beronda L. Montgomery. LSE Review of Books (25 Aug 2021). Blog Entry.

Nguyen, Anna (2021) Book review: The uncertainty mindset: innovation insights from the frontiers of food by Vaughn Tan. LSE Review of Books (22 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

Nguyen, Anna (2020) Book review: critical affect: the politics of method by Ashley Barnwell. LSE Review of Books (09 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Nguyen, Anna (2018) Book review: the book by Amaranth Borsuk. LSE Review of Books (05 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Nixon, Kari (2020) Author interview: Q and A with Dr Kari Nixon on kept from all contagion: germ theory, disease and the dilemma of human contact in late nineteenth-century literature. LSE Review of Books (10 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

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O'Connor, Courteney J. (2020) Book review: The internet in everything: freedom and security in a world with no off switch by Laura Denardis. LSE Review of Books (02 Nov 2020). Blog Entry.

Oates, Lori Lee (2021) Book review: Imperial encore: the cultural project of the late British empire by Caroline Ritter. LSE Review of Books (29 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Obeng-Odoom, Franklin (2020) Feature essay: stratification economics and the black radical tradition. LSE Review of Books (29 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Oikarinen, Mona (2021) Book review: Online afterlives: immortality, memory and grief in digital culture by Davide Sisto. LSE Review of Books (20 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Onaciu, Vlad (2018) Book review: my life as a spy: investigations in a secret police file by Katherine Verdery. LSE Review of Books (20 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Orgad, Shani, Lemish, Dafna, Rahali, Miriam and Floegel, Diana (2021) Representations of migration in UK and US children’s picture books in the Trump and Brexit era. Journal of Children and Media, 15. ISSN 1748-2798

Osorio, Daniel (2018) The best bookshops in Latin America and the Caribbean: Bogotá, Colombia. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (20 Sep 2018). Website.

Ottovordemgentschenfelde, Svenja (2016) Introducing “beyond 140 characters”: a Tow Center project about the forces that shape journalists’ strategic Twitter engagement. Tow Centre for Digital Journalism Blog (29 Mar 2016). Website.

Ottovordemgentschenfelde, Svenja (2014) Media literacy in 2014: forthcoming research and call to action. Media Policy Project (17 Jan 2014). Website.

Ottovordemgentschenfelde, Svenja (2017) ‘Organizational, professional, personal’: an exploratory study of political journalists and their hybrid brand on Twitter. Journalism, 18 (1). pp. 64-80. ISSN 1464-8849

O’Connor, Courteney J. (2020) Book review: Counterintelligence theory and practice by Hank Prunckun. LSE Review of Books (11 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

O’Neill, Matthew G. (2018) Book review: Europe and Northern Ireland’s future: negotiating Brexit’s unique case by Mary C. Murphy. LSE Review of Books (19 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

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Paduano, Stephen (2020) Book review: the price of peace: money, democracy, and the life of John Maynard Keynes by Zachary D. Carter. LSE Review of Books (17 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Pailey, Robtel Neajai ORCID: 0000-0001-9584-6524 (2021) Author interview: Q and A with Dr Robtel Neajai Pailey, author of Development, (dual) citizenship and its discontents in Africa: the political economy of belonging to Liberia. LSE Review of Books (22 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Pannini, Elisa (2020) Book review: riding for Deliveroo: resistance in the new economy by Callum Cant. LSE Review of Books (11 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Papanagnou, Vaios (2021) Book review: Capitalism’s conscience: 200 years of the Guardian edited by Des Freedman. LSE Review of Books (09 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Parkin, Flora (2021) Book review: Mission economy: a moonshot guide to changing capitalism by Mariana Mazzucato. LSE Review of Books (01 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

Parkin, Flora (2021) Book review: Planet on fire: a manifesto for the age of environmental breakdown by Mathew Lawrence and Laurie Laybourn-Langton. LSE Review of Books (19 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Patel, Ian (2021) Author interview: Q and A with Dr Ian Sanjay Patel on we’re here because you were there: immigration and the end of empire. LSE Review of Books (16 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

Patel, Raj (2017) Gained in translation: adding value to research to inform policy. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (14 Jun 2017). Website.

Patel, Shruti (2020) Book review: Good economics for hard times: better answers to our biggest problems by Abhijit V. Banerjee and Esther Duflo. LSE Review of Books (23 Nov 2020). Blog Entry.

Patgiri, Rituparna (2021) Book review: The public and their platforms: public sociology in an era of social media by Mark Carrigan and Lambros Fatsis. LSE Review of Books (21 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Patgiri, Ritwika (2021) Book review: The economic history of colonialism by Leigh Gardner and Tirthankar Roy. LSE Review of Books (08 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Payne, Daniel (2018) LSE RB feature: ‘What does Brexit mean to you?’: introducing 5 key items from LSE Library’s current exhibition (open 17 September – 14 December 2018). LSE Review of Books (22 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Peters, Nils (2021) Book review: The asset economy by Lisa Adkins, Melinda Cooper and Martijn Konings. LSE Review of Books (23 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Podh, Kishor K. (2021) Book review: What do we know and what should we do about social mobility? By Lee Elliott Major and Stephen Machin. LSE Review of Books (10 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Pohl, Rebecca (2017) Book review: the new nature writing: rethinking the literature of place by Jos Smith. LSE Review of Books (11 Nov 2017). Website.

Płońska, Ola (2021) Book review: Eating in theory by Annemarie Mol. LSE Review of Books (24 Sep 2021). Blog Entry.

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Rajadhyaksha, Kanak (2021) Book review: Beyond tears and laughter: gender, migration, and the service sector in China by Yang Shen. LSE Review of Books (09 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Rantanen, Terhi ORCID: 0000-0002-5345-6699 (2000) The old meets the new: news agencies in post-communist Russia. In: Ekecrantz, Jan and Olofsson, Kerstin, (eds.) Russian Reports: Studies in Post-Communist Transformation of Media and Journalism. Sodertorn academic studies (2). Almqvist and Wicksell, Stockholm, Sweden, pp. 247-273. ISBN 9789189315037

Rao, Aliya ORCID: 0000-0003-0674-4206 (2020) Author interview: q and a with Dr Aliya Hamid Rao on crunch time: how married couples confront unemployment. LSE Review of Books (08 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Reimer, Karl (2021) Book review: A citizen’s guide to artificial intelligence byJohn Zerilli, John Danaher, James Maclaurin, Colin Gavaghan, Alistair Knott, Joy Liddicoat and Merel Noorman. LSE Review of Books (22 Sep 2021). Blog Entry.

Ritter, Kevin (2021) Book review: The creative underclass: youth, race and the gentrifying city by Tyler Denmead. LSE Review of Books (15 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Roquen, Jeff (2020) Book review: Set the Night on Fire: L.A. in the sixties by Mike Davis and Jon Wiener. LSE Review of Books (08 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Roquen, Jeff (2018) Book review: accounting for capitalism: the world the clerk made by Michael Zakim. LSE Review of Books (17 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Rousseau, Ronald (2018) Institutional versus commercial email addresses: which one to use in your publications? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (21 Jun 2018). Website.

Roy, Tirthankar (2020) Book review: let there be light: engineering, entrepreneurship and electricity in colonial Bengal, 1880-1945 by Suvobrata Sarkar. LSE Review of Books (23 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Rozpedowski, Joanna (2021) Book review: Military waste: the unexpected consequences of permanent war readiness by Joshua O. Reno. LSE Review of Books (31 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Rubiés, Joan-Pau (2012) From the "History of travayle" to the history of travel collections: the rise of an early modern genre. In: Carey, Daniel and Jowitt, Claire, (eds.) Richard Hakluyt and Collected Travel Writing in Early Modern Europe. Hakluyt Society Extra Series (47). Ashgate Publishing, London, UK, pp. 25-44. ISBN 9781409400172

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Salem, Sarah Mamdouh Ibrahim ORCID: 0000-0002-7872-5613 (2015) Reading and mis-reading Frantz Fanon. The Postcolonialist.

Sarpotdar, Amish (2018) Book review: the Quito Papers and the New Urban Agenda by UN-Habitat, Richard Sennett with Ricky Burdett and Saskia Sassen, in dialogue with Joan Clos. LSE Review of Books (23 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Savage, Mike ORCID: 0000-0003-4563-9564 (2021) Book review: Michael Young, social science and the British Left, 1945-1970 by Lise Butler. LSE Review of Books (29 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Sawja, Attash (2021) Book review: Sovereign attachments: masculinity, Muslimness, and affective politics in Pakistan by Shenila Khoja-Moolji. LSE Review of Books (17 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Scalvini, Marco (2017) Why we must defend suicide in fiction. BMJ (359). ISSN 1756-1833

Schimmel, Noam (2011) An invisible genocide: how the Western media failed to report the 1994 Rwandan genocide of the Tutsi and why. International Journal of Human Rights, 15 (7). pp. 1125-1135. ISSN 1364-2987

Schofield, Daniela (2020) Book review: Nairobi in the making: landscapes of time and urban belonging by Constance Smith. LSE Review of Books (13 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Schonhardt-Bailey, Cheryl, Bannerman, Gordon and Skeffington, Daniel (2021) Q and A with Professor Cheryl Schonhardt-Bailey, Dr Gordon Bannerman and Daniel Skeffington on Political Science at the LSE: a history of the Department of Government, from the Webbs to COVID. LSE Review of Books (17 Sep 2021). Blog Entry.

Schoppengerd, Stefan (2021) Book review: The imperial mode of living: everyday life and the ecological crisis of capitalism by Ulrich Brand and Markus Wissen. LSE Review of Books (13 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Schwoerer, Lilian (2020) Book review: Me, not you: the trouble with mainstream feminism by Alison Phipps. LSE Review of Books (11 Nov 2020). Blog Entry.

Scott, Jake (2020) Book review: Slipping loose: the UK’s long drift away from the European Union by Martin Westlake. LSE Review of Books (05 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Scott, Kyle (2021) Book review: Meddling in the ballot box: the causes and effects of partisan electoral interventions by Dov H. Levin. LSE Review of Books (18 Aug 2021). Blog Entry.

Scott, Kyle (2020) Book review: why do we still have the electoral college? by Alexander Keyssar. LSE Review of Books (07 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Shafick, Hesham (2020) Book review: Iran and Saudi Arabia: taming a chaotic conflict by Ibrahim Fraihat. LSE Review of Books (01 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Shafick, Hesham (2020) Book review: polarized and demobilized: legacies of authoritarianism in Palestine by Dana El Kurd. LSE Review of Books (23 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Shah, Atul K. (2020) Book review: Ecocide: kill the corporation before it kills us by David Whyte. LSE Review of Books (26 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Shah, Ramnik (2021) Book review: Empireland: how imperialism has shaped modern Britain by Sathnam Sanghera. LSE Review of Books (14 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Shah, Ramnik (2021) Book review: Naoroji: pioneer of Indian nationalism by Dinyar Patel. LSE Review of Books (08 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Shekar, Kamesh (2021) Book review: Community radio policies in South Asia: a deliberative policy ecology approach by Preeti Raghunath. LSE Review of Books (21 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Shukla, Prachi (2020) Book review: Data feminism by Catherine D’Ignazio and Lauren F. Klein. LSE Review of Books (02 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Siddi, Marco (2021) Book review: Das Machtproblem der EU-Energieaussenpolitik: Von der Integration zur Projektion beim Erdgasimport? By Robert Stüwe. LSE Review of Books (13 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Sigamany, Indrani (2020) Book review: country frameworks for development displacement and resettlement: reducing risk, building resilience edited by Susanna Price and Jane Singer. LSE Review of Books (08 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Silver, Jonathan David (2020) Book review: modernist art in Ethiopia by Elizabeth W. Giorgis. LSE Review of Books (03 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Silverstone, Roger (2006) Media and communication in a globalised world. In: Barnett, Clive, Robinson, Jennifer and Rose, Gillian, (eds.) A Demanding World. Open University Worldwide, Milton Keynes, pp. 55-102. ISBN 9780749268312

Singh Chhina, Raman (2017) Nand Singh and Jangnamah Europe: subaltern insights on the wars of Empire. South Asia @ LSE (05 Apr 2017). Website.

Singh Rathore, Aakash (2021) Feature essay: B.R. Ambedkar: the quest for justice by Aakash Singh Rathore. LSE Review of Books (15 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Sitaraman, Srini (2018) Book review: fifty years of The Battle of Algiers: past as prologue by Sohail Daulatzai. LSE Review of Books (12 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Skrandies, Peter ORCID: 0000-0003-0618-7438 (2007) Metadiscourse in German history writing and English translation: a study of interaction between writers and readers. Doctoral thesis, University of Manchester.

Sobolev, Olga (2012) Boris Akunin. The Literary Encyclopedia (12 Nov 2012). Website.

Sobolev, Olga (2014) Of pulp fiction and James Bond. Economist (17 Mar 2014). Website.

Spencer, Mark G. (2021) Book review: A philosopher’s economist: hume and the rise of capitalism by Margaret Schabas and Carl Wennerlind. LSE Review of Books (14 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

Spencer, Mark G. (2021) Book review: Occupied America: British military rule and the experience of revolution by Donald F. Johnson. LSE Review of Books (11 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Spencer, Mark G. (2021) Book review: Uncivil mirth: ridicule in enlightenment Britain by Ross Carroll. LSE Review of Books (13 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Spruce, Hannah (2018) Book review: TransCanadian feminist fictions: new cross-border ethics by Libe García Zarranz. LSE Review of Books (17 Aug 2018). Website.

Stacey, Noni (2020) Author interview: Q and A with Dr Noni Stacey on Photography of protest and community: the radical collectives of the 1970s. LSE Review of Books (03 Dec 2020). Blog Entry.

Stafford, Chris (2021) Book review: This is what democracy looked like: a visual history of the printed ballot by Alicia Yin Cheng. LSE Review of Books (18 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

Stiglich, Lucas (2021) Book review: Metrics at work: journalism and the contested meaning of algorithms by Angèle Christin. LSE Review of Books (20 Sep 2021). Blog Entry.

Stubbs, Jennifer (2018) Book review: invisible countries: journeys to the edge of nationhood by Joshua Keating. LSE Review of Books (21 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Sulzberger, Arthur (2011) The continuing digital transformation of the New York Times by Arthur Sulzberger. Polis blog (01 Nov 2011). Website.

Sutton, Phil (2021) Inside number 9: the evolution of a sociology textbook. LSE Review of Books (20 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

Süllü, Bengi (2020) Book review: parenting for a digital future: how hopes and fears about technology shape children’s lives by Sonia Livingstone and Alicia Blum-Ross. LSE Review of Books (07 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Süß, Rahel (2020) Book review: reactionary democracy: how racism and the populist far right became mainstream by Aurelien Mondon and Aaron Winter. LSE Review of Books (21 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

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Tambini, Damian (2010) Beyond the great crash of 2008: questioning journalists’ legal and ethical frameworks. Ethical Space: the International Journal of Communication Ethics, 7 (3). ISSN 1742-0105

Tambini, Damian (2010) What are financial journalists for? Journalism Studies, 11 (2). pp. 158-174. ISSN 1461-670X

Tate, Greg (2012) The impact of culture on science and social science was intense in the mid-nineteenth century – notably in poetry’s influence on the still emergent discipline of psychology. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (05 Nov 2012). Website.

Tattersall, Andy (2016) Book review: social media for academics by Mark Carrigan. LSE Review of Books (18 Jul 2016). Website.

Teodorowski, Piotr (2020) Book review: Embedding young people’s participation in health services: new approaches edited by Louca-Mai Brady. LSE Review of Books (11 Dec 2020). Blog Entry.

Thomson, Jennifer (2020) Book review: Feminisms: a global history by Lucy Delap. LSE Review of Books (24 Nov 2020). Blog Entry.

Thomson, Jennifer (2020) Book review: the case for Scottish independence: a history of nationalist political thought in modern Scotland by Ben Jackson. LSE Review of Books (30 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Thube, Surajkumar (2020) Book review: Savarkar: echoes from a forgotten past, 1883-1924 by Vikram Sampath. LSE Review of Books (22 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Timcke, Scott (2021) Book review: Africa’s last colonial currency: the CFA franc story by Fanny Pigeaud and Ndongo Samba Sylla. LSE Review of Books (02 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Timcke, Scott (2020) Book review: Anti-system politics: the crisis of market liberalism in rich democracies by Jonathan Hopkin. LSE Review of Books (30 Nov 2020). Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane (2020) Book review: The impact agenda: controversies, consequences and challenges by Katherine E. Smith, Justyna Bandola-Gill, Nasar Meer, Ellen Stewart and Richard Watermeyer. LSE Review of Books (25 Aug 2020). Blog Entry.

Toklo, Sewordor (2021) Book review: The moral economy of elections in Africa: democracy, voting and virtue by Nic Cheeseman, Gabrielle Lynch and Justin Willis. LSE Review of Books (08 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Toledo Bastos, Marco (2013) Newsmaking in the Twittersphere – some new international data on how journalism flows through the microblog network (guest blog) #twitter. Polis blog (14 Mar 2013). Website.

Tomaney, John (2021) Book review: The Northern question: a history of a divided country by Tom Hazeldine. LSE Review of Books (18 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Tomaney, John (2020) Book review: Ultra: the underworld of Italian football by Tobias Jones. LSE Review of Books (14 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Tomaney, John (2020) Book review: the economics of belonging: a radical plan to win back the left behind and achieve prosperity for all by Martin Sandbu. LSE Review of Books (29 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Traill, Helen (2018) Book review: handbook of gentrification studies edited by Loretta Lees with Martin Phillips. LSE Review of Books (10 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Trew, Tony (2020) Book review: Women in solitary: inside the female resistance to apartheid by Shanthini Naidoo. LSE Review of Books (12 Nov 2020). Blog Entry.

Truchlewski, Zbigniew ORCID: 0000-0003-3594-4290 (2020) Book review: alarums and excursions: improvising politics on the european stage by Luuk van Middelaar. LSE Review of Books (28 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Truedsson, Carl (2016) Book review: the Oxford handbook of Swedish politics edited by Jon Pierre. LSE Review of Books (20 Jul 2016). Website.

Twahirwa, Remy-Paulin (2021) Book review: Empire’s endgame: racism and the British state by Gargi Bhattacharyya, Adam Elliott-Cooper, Sita Balani, Kerem Nişancıoğlu, Kojo Koram, Dalia Gebrial, Nadine El-Enany and Luke de Noronha. LSE Review of Books (14 Sep 2021). Blog Entry.

Twahirwa, Rémy-Paulin (2021) Book review: The death of asylum: hidden geographies of the enforcement archipelago by Alison Mountz. LSE Review of Books (09 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Twahirwa, Rémy-Paulin (2021) Book review: The end of asylum by Andrew I. Schoenholtz, Jaya Ramji-Nogales and Philip G. Schrag. LSE Review of Books (07 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

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Ugarteche, Oscar (2020) Book review: managing currency risk: how Japanese firms choose invoicing currency by Takatoshi Ito, Satoshi Koibuchi, Kiyotaka Sato and Junko Shimizu. LSE Review of Books (13 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Urvashi, Shreya (2021) Book review: The university and social justice: struggles across the globe edited by Aziz Choudry and Salim Vally. LSE Review of Books (26 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

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Van De Beeten, Jacob (2020) Book review: great judgments of the European court of justice: rethinking the landmark decisions of the foundational period by William Phelan. LSE Review of Books (25 Nov 2020). Blog Entry.

Van De Beeten, Jacob (2020) Book review: project Europe: a history by Kiran Klaus Patel. LSE Review of Books (22 Sep 2020). Blog Entry.

Varin, Caroline (2016) Book review: power shift: on the new global order by Richard Falk. LSE Review of Books (26 Jul 2016). Website.

Vaughan, Laura (2020) Book review: The ghetto by Bryan Cheyette. LSE Review of Books (10 Nov 2020). Blog Entry.

Vogt Veggeberg, Kristen (2021) Book review: Putting the humanities PhD to work: thriving in and beyond the classroom by Katina L. Rogers. LSE Review of Books (15 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

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Wagenknecht, Thomas (2018) Unhelpful, caustic and slow: the academic community should rethink the way publications are reviewed. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (22 Jun 2018). Website.

Wakelin, Elyse (2018) Book review: making a 21st century constitution: playing fair in modern democracies by Frank Vibert. LSE Review of Books (29 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Walczak, Eryk (2021) Book review: Leaving academia: a practical guide by Christopher L. Caterine. LSE Review of Books (14 Jan 2021). Blog Entry.

Walker, Martin (2021) Book review: The pay off: how changing the way we pay changes everything by Gottfried Leibbrandt and Natasha de Terán. LSE Review of Books (06 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Walker, Martin (2021) Book review: The technology takers: leading change in the digital era by Jens P. Flanding, Genevieve M. Grabman and Sheila Q. Cox. LSE Review of Books (24 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

Wall, Isabel (2018) Feature: introducing the 'Penguin women writers' series: a Q&A with assistant editor Isabel Wall. LSE Review of Books (14 Mar 2018). Website.

Warren, Michael (2018) Book review: shock therapy: psychology, precarity and well-being in postsocialist Russia by Tomas Matza. LSE Review of Books (01 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Webster, Peter (2020) Writing for edited collections represents a model for a creative academic community unfairly rejected by the modern academy. LSE Review of Books (09 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Weissenborn, Frederik (2018) Book review: the Sage handbook of the 21st century city edited by Suzanne Hall and Ricky Burdett. LSE Review of Books (31 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

White, Jenny (2021) Jenny White reflects on the legacy of Urania. LSE Review of Books (18 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Williams, Katherine (2021) Book review: Hate in the homeland: the new global far right by Cynthia Miller-Idriss. LSE Review of Books (26 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Williams, Katherine (2020) Book review: learning and using languages in ethnographic research edited by Robert Gibb, Annabel Tremlett and Julien Danero Iglesias. LSE Review of Books (10 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Williams, Katherine (2018) Book review: screening Stephen King: adaptation and the horror genre in film and television by Simon Brown. LSE Review of Books (31 Aug 2018). Website.

Williams, Katherine (2020) Book review: ‘We are the people’: the rise of the AfD in Germany by Penny Bochum. LSE Review of Books (04 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Wilson, Gary (2020) Book review: Preferential Voting Systems: influence on intra-party competition and voting behaviour by Gianluca Passarelli. LSE Review of Books (20 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Wilson, Mark C. (2018) Introducing the Free Journal Network- community-controlled open access publishing. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 Jun 2018). Website.

Withers, D-M (2021) Green spines, back story: delving into the early history of Virago reprints and modern classics. LSE Review of Books (18 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Wrenn, Angus (2009) Henry James and the second empire. Studies in comparative literature. , 14 Legenda, Oxford, UK. ISBN 9781906540074

Wrenn, Angus (2012) Henry James’s Europe. In: Bell, Michael, (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to European Novelists. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 310-326. ISBN 9780521735698

Wright, Michelle M. (2020) Book review: African Europeans: an untold history by Olivette Otele. LSE Review of Books (09 Dec 2020). Blog Entry.

Wurm, Alanna (2021) Book review: The hologram: feminist, peer-to-peer health for a post-pandemic future by Cassie Thornton. LSE Review of Books (03 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

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Ye, Chenhao (2021) Book review: Zoning China: online video, popular culture and the state by Luzhou Li. LSE Review of Books (30 Jul 2021). Blog Entry.

Yenilmez, Meltem Ince (2020) Book review: New sporting femininities: embodied politics in postfeminist times edited by Kim Toffoletti, Holly Thorpe and Jessica Francombe-Webb. LSE Review of Books (19 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Yilmaz, Burak Kazim (2021) Book review: Libya’s fragmentation: structure and process in violent conflict by Wolfram Lacher. LSE Review of Books (03 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

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Çubukçu, Ayça (2021) Book review: Out of the dark night: essays on decolonization by Achille Mbembe. LSE Review of Books (29 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

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