Durham (Durham, Royaume-Uni)

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Documents about Durham (Durham, Royaume-Uni) (20 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Maps (18)

Tyneside and Durham area
Tyneside and Durham area
Tyneside and Durham area
Plan of Durham
The County Palatine of Durham
The County Palatine of Durham
The County Palatine of Durham
The bishoprick and citie of Durham
The Bishoprick and citie of Durham
The Bishoprick and citie of Durham
The Bishsprick of Durham by John Seller

Books (2)

Maps of Durham
Maps of Durham, 1576-1872, in the University library, Durham, including some other maps of local interest, a catalogue by Ruth M. Turner

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Published in Durham (Durham, Royaume-Uni) (1,499)

Citizenship in question
Energy without conscience
Hydraulic city
Animate planet
Collecting, ordering, governing
One and five ideas
Love, H
This thing called the world
Historical and intellectual culture in the long twelfth century
A nervous state
Religion and the making of Nigeria
Africa in the Indian imagination
Doing development in West Africa
Encoding race, encoding class
Placing outer space
Man or monster?
Gramsci's common sense
Fungible life
Cold War ruins
Ghost protocol
Punk and revolution
Travel & see
The Marcus Garvey and Universal negro improvement association papers Volume XIII
Art & language international
Dalit studies
Exiled home
Plastic bodies
The voice and its doubles
Metabolic living
The value of comparison
Activist archives
Real pigs
Endangered city
Making refuge
A century of violence in a red city
Domesticating organ transplant
Remote avant-garde
Tell me why my children died
Memorializing Pearl Harbor
Cold War anthropology
Gesture and power
Owners of the sidewalk
The chicken and the quetzal
The East is Black
How would you like to pay?
Cachita's streets
Revolt of the saints
Aesthetic revolutions and twentieth-century avant-garde movements
Alchemy in the rain forest
Religious affects
Negro soy yo
Economies of violence
Reel world
Freedom time
Give a man a fish
Cosmopolitan conceptions
The need to help
Earth beings
Crossings in text and textile
Unsettling India
Para-states and medical science
Writing culture and the life of anthropology
Sylvia Wynter
Plastic materialities
Black atlas
Cultivating the Nile
The Marcus Garvey and universal negro improvement association papers Volume XII
Fear and loathing in ancient Athens
Ten books that shaped the British empire
Paper knowledge
Orgies of feeling
A nation rising
Unreasonable histories
A road map of a new constitution for Turkey
German colonialism in a global age
Street corner secrets
Entrepreneurial selves
Fighting for recognition
Life interrupted
Gendering the recession
The Great Depression in Latin America
The Argentine silent majority
Given to the goddess
The republic unsettled
My Tibetan childhood
A taste for brown sugar
Other planes of there
New World drama
Feeling photography
From a nation torn
Aleister Crowley and the temptation of politics
Habeas viscus
The Multispecies Salon
Speculative markets
The theater of operations
Land's end
Public properties
Skin for skin
Omens of adversity
Indigenous Intellectuals
Leviathans at the gold mine
Empires of vision
Theorizing Native studies
The imagined globalization
Art beyond itself
Professing selves
Durham Priory manorial accounts, 1277-1310
William J. Seymour and the origins of global Pentecostalism
Indian buddhist philosophy
The handbook of virtue ethics
The Žižek dictionary
Figuring out figurative art
Mestizo genomics
Paper cadavers
Romancing the wild
The ground between
Art beyond itself
Mohawk interruptus
After love
Tango lessons
The politics of possibility
Explaining science's success
Sacramental shopping
Synaesthesia and the ancient senses
The new century
Africa, empire and globalization
The weirdness of being
Papyrological texts in honor of Roger S. Bagnall
Speaking of flowers
Adiós niño
Letters of John Buddle to Lord Londonderry
The philosophy of early christianity
Acadian French in time and space
Four decades on
Addiction trajectories
Ethics of liberation in the age of globalization and exclusion
The privatization of hope
Althusser and his contemporaries
Hold it against me
Visual time
Money, trains, and guillotines
Radical sensations
Maturing masculinities
Adoptive migration
Governing indigenous territories
Indigenous media in Mexico
War by other means
Roll with it
Fado resounding
The echo of things
My voice is my weapon
Biological relatives
Precarious Japan
We are the face of Oaxaca
Borderland lives in northern South Asia
Revolution in the Andes
Credit, fashion, sex
The great enterprise
The children of 1965
Worldly ethics
Uncivil youth
How immigrants impact their homelands
Sociology & empire
Border as method, or, the multiplication of labor
Baby, you are my religion
Catholics, conflicts and choices
Occultism in a global perspective
Modern pagan and native faith movements in Central and Eastern Europe
Education in the school of dreams
Black power TV
Pop pagans
New age spirituality
Seven contemporary plays from the Korean diaspora in the Americas
New epigrams of Palladas
The religious census of 1851
From gift to commodity
A primer for teaching world history
All in the family
Somebody's children
On being included
The creolization of theory
Time and philosophy
Revolutions in Mexican Catholicism
Cosmopolitan anxieties
Dancing with the dead
Discipline and the other body
Confronting the American dream
Imperialism, labour and the new woman
The lion and the sphinx
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Recorded in Durham (Durham, Royaume-Uni) (39)

Burn this town
24 dainas
Toccata in D minor and other favorites
A winter's night...
St.John Passion
Psalms of David 3
Choral evensong for St Cuthbert's day from Durham cathedral
Carillon-sortie. - Henri Mulet, comp. . - [16]
Ring Christ, ring Mary, Benedict and Bede. - Walter Greatorex, comp. . - [15]
Prayers and grace. - [14]
Ikon of Saint Cuthbert of Lindisfarne. - John Tavener, comp. . - [13]
Lesser litany, Lord's prayer and responses, collects. - Francis Grier, comp. . - [12]
Apostle's Creed. - [11]
The second service. - Nunc dimittis. - Kenneth Leighton, comp. . - [10]
Second reading. - [9]
The second service. - Magnificat. - Kenneth Leighton, comp. . - [8]
First reading. - [7]
Psalm 104. - chants by Walter Parratt and Thomas Walmisley. - [6]
For all thy saints, O Lord. - Charles Lockhart, comp. . - [5]
Preces. - Francis Grier, comp. . - [4]
Sentence. - [3]
The windows. - Richard Lloyd, comp. . - [2]
Prélude modal, op. 6 no. 1. - Jean Langlais, comp. . - [1]
O praise God in his holiness. - [14]
Praise the Lord O my soul. - [13]
O be joyful in God. - [12]
Lord I am not high-minded. - [11]
My song shall be of mercy and judgement. - [10]
O give thanks unto the Lord. - [9]
I will give thanks unto the Lord. - [8]
I said I will take heed to my ways. - [7]
Unto thee lift I up mine eyes. - [6]
God is our hope and strength. - [5]
Lord who shall dwell in thy tabernacle. - [4]
I will love thee O Lord my strength. - [3]
Thy hands have made me. - [2]
The earth is the Lord's. - [1]

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