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  • American University in Cairo. Libraries and Learning Technologies (American University in Cairo, 2011-12-05)
    Document Delivery Requests Received October 2004-March 2005
  • American University in Cairo. Libraries and Learning Technologies (American University in Cairo, 2011-12-05)
    Document Delivery Requests Received April-June 2005
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    Document Delivery Requests Received July-December 2005
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    Document Delivery Requests Received April-August 2006
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    Document Delivery Requests Received January-March 2006
  • American University in Cairo. Libraries and Learning Technologies (American University in Cairo, 2011-12-05)
    Document Delivery Requests Received September-December 2006
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    Document Delivery Requests Received January-August 2007
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    Document Delivery Requests Received April-August 2010
  • American University in Cairo. Libraries and Learning Technologies (American University in Cairo, 2011-12-05)
    Document Delivery Requests Received January-March 2010
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    Document Delivery Requests Received September 2010-February 2011
  • American University in Cairo. Libraries and Learning Technologies (American University in Cairo, 2012-01-15)
    We have learnt from a recent survey that a number of people are handicapped in their research because we are unable to provide physical items as we are unable to ensure the safe return of lent materials. If you are prepared ...
  • American University in Cairo. Libraries and Learning Technologies (American University in Cairo, 2013-09-11)
    Document Delivery Requests Received January 2012-June 2012
  • American University in Cairo. Libraries and Learning Technologies (American University in Cairo, 2013-09-12)
    Document Delivery Requests Received July-December 2012
  • American University in Cairo. Libraries and Learning Technologies (American University in Cairo, 2014-06-16)
    Document Delivery Requests Received July - December 2013
  • Serageldin, Mayada (2013-06-02)
    The origin of this thesis lay in the emergence of a minority group of ‘religious’ activists in London, England. The purpose of this group was to establish “Shari’a Zones” in pockets of Waltham Forest and Tower Hamlets, ...
  • Harman, Graham (UrbanomicFalmouth, 2010-03-08)
    In a dismissive review of a recent anthology on Schelling, Andrew Bowie accuses two authors of a style he ‘increasingly’ thinks of as ‘continental science fiction’. There is room for further increase in Bowie’s thinking. ...
  • Harman, Graham; Sparrow, Tom (2013-06-24)
  • Harman, Graham (2013-04-10)
    In Timothy Morton's The Ecological Thought, the terminological pillars for most of the book are "the mesh" and "the strange stranger." A third key term, "hyperobjects," dominates the final pages of the book. In his forthcoming ...
  • Halawa, Hassan Hesham (2015-01-26)
    Networked Control Systems (NCSs) consist of sensors, controllers and actuators which are all interconnected via a network fabric. Such an architecture has proven advantageous for industrial communication networks compared ...
  • Harman, Graham (INCM, 2012-12-13)
    It is commonly believed that the French sociologist Gabriel Tarde allows even for inanimate objects such as chemicals, atoms, and stars to be topics of sociology. This article claims otherwise. Tarde is an arch-reductionist ...