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Univ Academics’ publications

Translating Literature CoverUniv is delighted to showcase here a small selection of recent publications from our College Academic family.

Dr Rajendra Chitnis, Ivana and Pavel Tykač Fellow in Czech, published Translating the Literatures of Small European Nations (Liverpool UP, 2020), co-edited with Jakob Stougaard-Nielsen, Rhian Atkin and Zoran Milutinović. The book, arising from an AHRC-funded research project he led, explores the strategies used by literatures from less well-known European cultures to reach the wider world.

Dr Emily Jones, Supernumerary Fellow in Public Policy, directs the Global Economic Governance Programme at the Blavatnik School of Government. Her recent publications include The Political Economy of Bank Regulation in Developing Countries: Risk and Reputation (OUP, 2020).

Curator and writer Sandy Nairne, CBE (1971, History), Honorary Fellow, published The Coincidence of Novembers, the assembled writings of his late father, Sir Patrick Nairne (1940, Classics and History), the distinguished former senior civil servant and Honorary Fellow of the College.

Constitution of Social Democracy CoverThe non-fiction debut of poet and essayist, Dr Jack Parlett, Junior Research Fellow in English, will be published in 2022. Written in the Sand follows the lives of the poets, writers, artists and activists who found freedom on New York’s iconic Fire Island.

Professor Jacob Rowbottom, Stowell Tutorial Fellow in Law, co-edited The Constitution of Social Democracy: Essays in Honour of Keith Ewing (Bloomsbury, July 2020), to which he contributed a chapter, “Political Finance and the Constitution of Social Democracy.”

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