Edizioni Plus - Pisa University press

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  1. 2011
  2. de Jong, J. (2011). Globalisation as a field of study for historians. In S. Jalagin, S. Tavera, & A. Dilley (Eds.), World and Global History. Research and teaching (pp. 13 - 23). (Cliohworld readers; No. VII). Pisa: Edizioni Plus - Pisa University press.
  3. de Jong, J. (2011). The Mercator world map. In S. Jalagin, S. Tavera, & A. Dilley (Eds.), World and Global History. Research and teaching (pp. 211 - 218). (Cliohworld readers; No. VII). Pisa: Edizioni Plus - Pisa University press.
  4. de Jong, J. (2011). World history : a brief introduction. In S. Jalagin, S. Tavera, & A. Dilley (Eds.), World and Global History. Research and teaching (pp. 1 - 11). (Cliohworld readers; No. VII). Pisa: Edizioni Plus - Pisa University press.
  5. 2010
  6. Esser, R., & Ellis, S. (Ed.) (2010). Towards a Citizenship of the European Union. In Citizenship and Identities: Inclusion, Exclusion, Participation (pp. 173-194). Edizioni Plus - Pisa University press.
  7. 2002
  8. de Vries, T. (2002). The Dead End of a New Road: the Failure of a Cultural Welfare State Policy in the Netherlands, 1945-1946. In H. Jensen (Ed.), The Welfare State. Past, Present, Future, Clioh's Workshop II (pp. 127 - 140). Pisa: Edizioni Plus - Pisa University press.
  9. Wagenaar, R. (2002). The Netherlands in the 19th and 20th Centuries: Looking for a Position in a New Europe of Nation-States. In S. Ellis (Ed.), Empires and States in European Perspective (pp. 163 - 176). Pisa: Edizioni Plus - Pisa University press.
  10. 2001
  11. van Tilburg, M. W. A. (2001). A Gendered Reading of Conduct Books. In A. K. Isaacs (Ed.), Political systems and definitions of gender roles (pp. 165 - 178). Pisa: Edizioni Plus - Pisa University press.
  12. Wagenaar, R. (2001). Keeping the Nation Together. National Identity in a Pillarized Society: the Netherlands (1870-1940). In G. Hálfdanarson, & A. K. Isaacs (Eds.), Nations and Nationalities in Historical Perspective (pp. 55 - 66). Pisa: Edizioni Plus - Pisa University press.

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