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Alexandra Sapoznik

Chair of Library Liaison and TEL Committee

King's College London

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King's College London

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London, Greater London,SE5 8AF

United Kingdom

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The Institute of Psychiatry (IoP), King's College London has the highest research power of any UK Institution in the area of neuroscience, clinical psychology and psychiatry (2008 Research Assessment Excercise). We are the largest academic community in Europe ... more.

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University of Cambridge


Web References(4 Total References)


King's College London - Faculty Leadership & Management Team

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Chair of Library Liaison & TEL Committee: Dr Alexandra Sapoznik
Academic Heads of Department/Centre/Programme


www.ehs.org.uk

Alexandra Sapoznik (King's College London)


The Ottoman woman : a comparative perspective (30 June-2 July 2011) | the Skilliter Centre for Ottoman Studies

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Dr Alex Sapoznik (University of Cambridge), Women's contribution to household income in late medieval England.


Conference Programme 2011

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Alexandra Sapoznik (University of Cambridge)


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