St Anne’s Academic Review 8 – 2018
STAAR Volume 8
A pre-print version of articles submitted for publication in STAAR 2018 is now available for open review. If you would like to review a piece, please click on the article’s title to get the full text and the review form.
The pieces displayed here have been edited but are not final. Your suggestions will be taken into account by the author in making revisions and by the editorial board in making the final decisions on acceptance. The full Issue 8 of St Anne’s Academic Review will come out in October 2018.
1.‘San Junipero’: The Postmodern Dream of Immortality and the End of Utopia
by Sotirios Triantafyllos, Faculty of History
2. Brazilian Voices in the Making: Paulo Pontes, Chico Buarque and Euripides’ Medea
by Fabiana Lopes da Silveira, Faculty of Classics
3. Understanding Secularism and Secularisation: A Case Study of India
by Muhammad Bakht Jamshaid Baryar, School of Geography and the Environment
4. Oil and Corruption in Africa: Who is to Blame?
by Pierpaolo Crivellaro, African Studies Centre
5. All models are wrong. Some models are useful – Lessons from the Cape Town Water Crisis
by Shuchi Vora, School of Geography and the Environment
6. Meat without the animals: cleaning our conscience with clean meat
by Alex Norman and Pranay Shah, Department of Biochemistry
7. Making the Impossible: The Additive Manufacturing Revolution
by Harry Orchard, Department of Materials
8. Understanding the Paleofluid Records of Southern Utah
by Rebecca Tyne, Department of Earth Sciences
9. Emerging Pathogens: The Diseases of Tomorrow
by Ciaran Gilbride, Doctoral Training Centre in Interdisciplinary Bioscience
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