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2015-07-02 Marburger Beiträge zur prähistorischen Archäologie Nordafrikas: anlässlich der Ausstellung "Kunst in der Wüste - Frühe Kulturen der Sahara" im Rahmen des Jubiläums 75 Jahre Vorgeschichtliches Seminar Marburg, 475 Jahre Philipps-Universität Marburg.
2015-07-02 A framework for counterinsurgency: learning from the Malayan, Algerian and Vietnam conflicts.
2015-07-02 Printed Weapons: An analysis of British, Dutch, and American news media during the Second Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902).
2015-07-02 Among Sufi Saints.
2015-07-01 Human - wildlife interface in African Savanna: quantifying landscape fragmentation for predicting wildlife distribution and human - wildlife conflicts.
2015-07-01 E-land administration in the context of e-governance in Africa: an evaluation of Nigeria's Abuja geographic information sytems (AGIS).
2015-07-01 Nubian statelessness in Kenya and Russian statelessness in Latvia: a legacy of British colonialism and Soviet rule.
2015-07-01 Economic Voting in Ghana. An in-depth study of the economic factor in African Elections.
2015-06-29 Der "÷zil-Effekt": Eine Studie zu den Einstellungen der Deutschen zur kulturellen Vielfalt, Afrika und zur nationalen Identitšt rund um die WM 2010.
2015-06-29 Der ÷zil-Effekt. Eine Studie zu den Einstellungen der Deutschen zur kulturellen Vielfalt, Afrika und zur nationalen Identitšt rund um die WM 2010.


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