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  • 7
    Nov

    2022

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    Performing Haitian Revolution

    The Haitian Revolution, which began with slave uprisings in the French colony of Saint Domingue in 1791 and resulted in the 1804 declaration of Haitian independence, was a major part of the Age of Revolutions. ...

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  • 14
    Apr

    2022

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    Long COVID: The impact on language and...

    As we take stock nationally of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the health and economy of the UK, we would do well to think about the many people who have not made a good recovery from the SARS-CoV-2...

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  • 26
    Feb

    2022

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    Would it be possible, at least in theory, for us...

    Wait–aren’t we already? After all, we can change our features quite radically through surgery, if we have the money and the will. However, these aren’t the changes involved in the sort of...

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  • 24
    Feb

    2022

    Earth Detox by Julian Cribb
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    Alert is sounding on our poisoned Earth

    A Red Alert is sounding over the rising tide of toxic chemistry which is inundating the Earth, humanity and all life. Recently, scientists warned that the world’s large rivers are heavily polluted...

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  • 25
    Nov

    2021

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    A History of Polish Theatre

    A History of Polish Theatre offers a new and original look at the complex pasts of Polish theatre. The editors wished to move away from strictly devised forms of periodization, and instead build historical...

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  • 24
    Sep

    2021

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    Capitalism: What We Can Learn from Economists of...

    Our book, What Capitalism Needs, spells out what capitalism needs, drawing on the ideas of great but unduly neglected economists of the past including Friedrich List, Joseph Schumpeter, Maynard Keynes...

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  • 10
    May

    2021

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    Feminist Perspectives on the Response to COVID 19

    Governmental responses to the Covid 19 pandemic—in the United States, the United Kingdom, and elsewhere—have been deeply inequitable. People of color and people living in low-income households and neighborhoods...

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    May

    2021

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    Naïve or Necessary? Empathy for Outgroups in...

    The Covid-19 pandemic represents a profound challenge for all of mankind. A year after the first outbreak was discovered, deaths directly caused by the virus surpassed 2.5 million, and that number was...

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Authors in Cambridge Reflections: Covid-19