Series 5 - Writing and publishing

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UTA 1273-5


Writing and publishing


  • [197-?] - 2014 (Creation)

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0.88m of textual material

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Series consist of records related to Prof. Fletcher’s writing and publishing activity from early in his career to late 2014. Writing comprises predominantly academic articles, with the inclusion also of reviews, writing proposals, and records related to Prof. Fletcher’s book, The Clash of Rights: Liberty, Equality, and Legitimacy in Pluralist Democracy. Additional material includes files related to the editing of the Department of Political Science’s newsletter, Discourse. Material include typescripts, drafts, off-prints, and correspondence in addition to related background material (tables, data, and notes).

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The following file is restricted and subject to review under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA): B2015-0016/012(05).

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Prof. Fletcher’s writing and editing work is also included in various other series: Reports written as part of his consultancy are included in Series 2. The material related to the book Ideas in Action: Essays in Politics and Law in Honor of Peter Russell is included in Series 4 which holds documents on the associated conference of the same title.

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B2015-0016/009(06) - /015(12)

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