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Yearly Archives: 2021

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  • 23
    Dec

    2021

    Unsecularizing Romanticism

    There’s a movement to diversify the British literary canon and a crucial step may be right in front of us. Allow me to explain. The British Romantic period—broadly conceived as the 1780s through...

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  • 21
    Dec

    2021

    Precarity, Privilege, and Publication

    If you look at the title page of my new book, Shakespeare’s ‘Lady Editors’: A New History of the Shakespearean Text, you might notice that there’s something missing – the space beneath my name...

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  • 16
    Dec

    2021

    Creating a Country to Save the Planet

    International efforts to combat climate change have left many people disappointed. Attention has focused on the failure of states to take the action needed to protect the planet. This reflects how the...

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  • 16
    Dec

    2021

    Learning Values and Inequalities in Religiously...

    How do young people learn and embody moral values in multireligious societies? How do Christian and Muslim schools establish and reproduce social inequalities? In my book I argue that faith-oriented schools...

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  • 15
    Dec

    2021

    A Well Society and Music’s Heralding of Social...

    A person’s wellness is not only based upon factors such as lifestyle, heredity, attitude toward health, and personal behavior, but is also connected to the health of a society in which they live. A...

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  • 14
    Dec

    2021

    The Skyhook and Knowledge Commons: What can Kareem...

    In the ordinary business of markets there is more going on than just the interplay of competitive forces. What we want to talk about is that “more” that is going on. We will illustrate with the...

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  • 14
    Dec

    2021

    Hope

    Hope, at least the word, seems to be everywhere, at least in the United States. On lawns where one once found Christmas “Joy,” “Hope” signs more often reign, and in 2021 some have remained on...

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  • 10
    Dec

    2021

    International Mountain Day, 11 Dec 2021

    https://www.un.org/en/observances/mountain-day Water guardians. The last time I was in Nepal I had a near-death experience, accidentally crushed by people celebrating Machindranath, the divine water-guardian...

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