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Santiago

In this animated self-portrait, the UK artist Emma Allen uses her face as a canvas for a remarkable, millennia-spanning stop-motion ...
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Pragmatism endures

Pragmatism was not eclipsed after Dewey: it has been a constant and dominant force in philosophy for nearly 100 yearsBy ...
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Inscriptions of the Aulikaras and their associates

(De Gruyter) This book gathers all the epigraphic evidence pertaining to this dynasty, meticulously editing and translating the inscriptions and ...
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A ‘Warrior Tradition’: Why Native Americans Continue Fighting for the Same Government That Tried to Wipe Them Out

Often lost in conversations surrounding military history — and most discussions on sociology — are the contributions of Native Americans ...
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The 1969 Documentary That Tried to Humanize Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal Family

A well-groomed, staid British family sit around the breakfast table. Two young adult children and their middle-aged parents are dressed ...
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The First Time the Plague Broke Out in the US, Officials Tried to Deny It

At the turn of the 20th century, the world was gripped by a plague pandemic that had spread from China ...
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Early DNA lineages shed light on the diverse origins of the contemporary population

(University of Helsinki) A new genetic study carried out at the University of Helsinki and the University of Turku demonstrates ...
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Vogelkop superb bird-of-paradise

Beginning in 2004, the evolutionary biologist Ed Scholes of Cornell University in New York and the US nature photographer Tim ...
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What is to be done about the problem of creepy men?

These days, ‘creepy’ is a popular pejorative. From ‘Creepy Uncle Joe’ Biden’s hair-smelling antics to Justin Trudeau standing ‘too close’ ...
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Remembering Bloody, Bloody Tarawa

“Casualties many; percentage of dead not known; combat efficiency: We are winning.” Seventy-six years ago Colonel David Shoup’s report to ...
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