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    Wesner, Simone (2022) Howard S. Becker: Art Worlds. Berkeley (University of California Press) 2008 [1982]. Alison Gerber: The Work of Art: Value in Creative Careers. Redwood City (Stanford University Press) 2017. [Book Review]

    Tsang, Michael (2022) Book Review - Sari Kawana, The Uses of Literature in Modern Japan. [Book Review]

    Keenan, Bernard (2022) Glover, Phil, Protecting National Security: A history of British Communications Investigation Regulation, Abingdon, Routledge, 2021. [Book Review]

    Baraitser, Lisa (2022) Amy Allen, Critique on the Couch: Why Critical Theory Needs Psychoanalysis. [Book Review]

    Baird, J.A. (2022) Danish diaries of Palmyra. [Book Review]

    Buchanan, R. and Grzankowski, Alex (2022) Why bother with mental representations? [Book Review]

    Thomas, Sarah (2022) Art history and racial Capitalism. Book review, 'Black Bodies, White Gold' by Anna Arabinden-Kesson. [Book Review] (In Press)

    Michels, Eckard (2022) Carola Lentz / Marie-Christin Gabriel: Das Goethe-Institut. Eine Geschichte von 1951 bis heute, Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta 2021. [Book Review]

    Baird, Jennifer (2022) Palmyra: city of churches and mosques. [Book Review] (In Press)

    Constantakopoulou, Christy (2022) 'Mediterranean Archaeologies of Insularity in an Age of Globalization', A. Kouremenos and J.M. Gordon eds. (Oxford 2020). [Book Review]

    Wourm, Nathalie (2022) 'Gabriel Proulx, Quand les spectres prennent la parole : Échos beckettiens chez Christophe Tarkos'. Paris: Classiques Garnier, 2020. 165 pp. €63.00 (hb). ISBN 978-2-406-10096-6; €24.00 (pb). ISBN 978-2-406-10095-9. [Book Review]

    Keenan, Bernard (2022) Review of Simon Deakin and Christopher Markou (eds), 'Is Law Computable: Critical Perspectives on Law and Artificial Intelligence', Oxford: Hart Publishing. [Book Review]

    Leslie, Esther (2022) The long demise of Germany’s student revolt. [Book Review]

    Baraitser, Lisa (2022) 'Sexuality and Gender Now: Moving Beyond Heteronormativity' edited by Hertzmann, Leezah and Newbigin, Juliet. Published by Routledge, Abingdon, 2020; 358 pp, £32.99 paperback. [Book Review]

    Brooker, Joseph (2022) Steven Connor, The Madness of Knowledge: On Wisdom, Ignorance and Fantasies of Knowing (London: Reaktion, 2019), 368pp. ISBN 978-1-78914-072-9. [Book Review]

    Crawford, Ian (2022) Dark Skies: Space Expansionism, Planetary Geopolitics, and the Ends of Humanity. [Book Review]

    Thomas, Sarah (2022) 'The Illustrated Slave: Empathy, Graphic Narrative, and the Visual Culture of the Transatlantic Abolition Movement, 1800–1852' / 'Reconstructing the Landscapes of Slavery: A Visual History of the Plantation in the Nineteenth-Century Atlantic World'. By Martha J. Cutter, Athens, The University of George Press, 2017, xviii. 291pp., $44.95 and $34.95, ISBN 9-780-8203-5875-8by Dale W. Tomich, Rafael de Bivar Marquese, Reinaldo Runes Monzote, Carlo Venegas Fornias, Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 2021, xii. 161pp., $95.00 and $29.95, ISBN 978-1-4696-6312-8 and 978-1-4696-6311-1. [Book Review]

    Woolley, Agnes (2022) John-Michael Rivera, Undocuments. [Book Review]

    Hope, Sophie (2022) Lure of the social: encounters with contemporary artists. [Book Review]

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