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(The University of Edinburgh, 2011)This thesis addresses issues surrounding Chinese constitutional arrangement to Tibet, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. It contends that in light of the Chinese State’s constitutional accommodation of, and integration with, the ...
The Island of Crossed Destinies : human and other-than-human perspectives in Afro-Cuban divination (The University of Edinburgh, 2011)This thesis focuses on the significance and articulation of divinatory practices in Cuba a place where a number of different religious traditions (mainly of African and European origins) have come to coexist. Reflecting ...
An exploration of representation and maintenance in visuo-spatial working memory for simultaneously and sequentially presented information (The University of Edinburgh, 2011)Multiple lines of evidence have indicated that the system responsible for the short term representation and maintenance of visually presented, non-verbal information - Visuo-Spatial Working Memory - is not unitary. One ...
(The University of Edinburgh, 2011)This thesis is an ethnographic study of ethical concepts and practices among contemporary Muslim textile traders and entrepreneurs in Aleppo, Syria. It draws on Lambek's perspective that ethics is 'ordinary': an inherent ...