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Yearly Archives: 2019

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  • 20
    Sep

    2019

    Wireless AI

    Wireless AI

    Beibei Wang and K.J. Ray Liu, authors of Wireless AI, 2019 note that with deployment of wireless radio devices, and the advent of Internet of Thi...

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  • 16
    Sep

    2019

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    Why write an entire book about numbers?

    In the century preceding the French Revolution advanced mathematics began to play a role in ordinary affairs. If you wanted to find the position of a ship at sea, design fortifications or price annuities,...

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  • 16
    Sep

    2019

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    Entertaining the Royals

    Why should one mind performances at court in Shakespeare’s time? Do we really need a book on the subject? So much has been written about the Elizabethan theatre industry’s connection with the public...

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  • 12
    Sep

    2019

    Romanticism and the Re-Invention of Modern Religion

    Transcendence for an Age of Immanence: Re-Reading...

    The fundamental concern of Romanticism, which brought about its inception, determined its development, and set its end, was the need to create a new language for religion. One of the main motivations behind...

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  • 12
    Sep

    2019

    Modern Irish Theatre: A Women’s Tradition

    In October 2015 Ireland’s National Theatre announced its commemorative ‘Waking the Nation’ programme. The intention was to ‘interrogate rather than celebrate’ the 1916 Easter Rising, yet women...

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  • 10
    Sep

    2019

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    Thomas Hardy and the Creative Process

    Thomas Hardy fully understood, from early on in his career, that the production of a novel, or short story, took place both in the realm of artistic creation and in the literary marketplace.  He eventually...

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  • 6
    Sep

    2019

    The earliest surviving copy of Flodoard's Annals, written around the year 1000 (now in Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, lat. 9768). This folio (19v) contains Flodoard's entries for the years 919 and 920.

    Individuality and history in the ‘age of iron’...

    The decades following the demise of the Carolingian Empire in 888 were traditionally seen as a downward spiral of political fragmentation and cultural stagnation: a ‘mind-the-gap’ period between the...

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  • 5
    Sep

    2019

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    Lear on Screen: a vision of our times

    Shakespeare on Screen: King Lear is the most recent volume in the Cambridge University Press Shakespeare on Screen series, which provides in-depth analyses of how Shakespeare’s work has been adapted...

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