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Transplanting Pushkin. A Symposium on Reading, Translating and Adapting Eugene Onegin
Symposium – Tanke, dikt, handling
Sara Lidmans litteratur och verkan i världen
Martin Hassler Hallstedt – PhD Dissertation Defence
Closing the Gap: How an Adaptive Behavioral Based Program on a Tablet Can Help Low Performing Children Catch Up in Math: a Randomized Placebo Controlled Study
The aim of the present thesis was to investigate the effect, using a randomized placebo controlled design, of additional adaptive, behavioral based, math training on a tablet on low performing second graders.
Distinguished Lecture by Professor Maung K. Sein
A Critical Realist Retelling of the Story of Affordances in Information Systems.
The emergence of routine enforcement of international investment law: Effects on investment protection and development
This dissertation explores how the enforcement of international investment law became so powerful. It does so by tracing the different legal developments that have enabled the strength of the present regime. In this respect, the two aims of providing investment protection and that of fostering economic development are examined.
Stephen Finlay: "Defining Normativity"
The Higher Seminar in Practical Philosophy
Erik Boström: Section of PhD Dissertation
The Higher Seminar in the Philosophy of Language and Culture
Seminar in Computational Linguistics
At the Intersection of Linguistics and Literature: Finding a Proxy for Style