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  • 16 Feb 2010

    Mark Manger on Rorotoko

    Preferential trade agreements have exploded in number over the past decade. But what do they really achieve? Mark Manger explains the ins and outs of international trade for Rorotoko, and manages to make international law fascinating in the process.

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  • 18 Sep 2009

    Jerome Kagan featured on Rorotoko

    Cambridge favorite Rorotoko, that interviewer of fascinating brainy people, posted a piece on Jerome Kagan today. Kagan has studied child psychology for decades, and has turned his attention to the age-old dilemma of academic divides.

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  • 12 Jun 2009

    Rorotoko: Peter Conn’s ‘American 1930s’

    Brainy wonderblog rorotoko.com offered The American 1930s author Peter Conn their front page today, and he happily obliged with his piece 'Against the Simplification of History.' His aim: to examine the ways in which history and imaginative works can illuminate each other, and to understand how fictional works help us understand our national past.

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