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  • 20 Mar 2024
    Lynette J. Chua, Mark Fathi Massoud

    Embracing Positionality in Research

    “The law is reason, free from passion.” This statement, attributed to the Greek philosopher Aristotle, suggests that judges, lawyers, and scholars must examine the law objectively, without succumbing to the influence of personal emotions or experiences. But might our emotions, experiences, and identities actually influence how we approach the law? And, if so, is there […]

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  • 19 Oct 2014
    Mandy Hill

    Cambridge University Press Celebrate Open Access Week By Announcing A New Open Access Unit

    This week is Open Access week, the ideal time to formally announce a dedicated Open Access unit at the Press. Mandy Hill, Managing Director for Academic at the Press, explains.

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