Wednesday Sep 11th, 2013

Booksellers in revolution

The written word has always played its part in the spreading of revolutionary ideas and in the recording of historical events. Until the Internet, this was done principally by the bookshops of the world, nowhere more so than across the countries of Asia and the Middle East, where the humble corner bookshop sells not just books, but newspapers, magazines, stationery, and all manner of things to keep… read more »

Sunday Jul 13th, 2014

Veils and the choice of society

Is there a new limitation on the protections for religious rights?
Friday Jul 11th, 2014

Mormon women “bloggers”: a long tradition

Author Paula Kelly Harline on the history of public writing by Mormon women
Monday Jul 7th, 2014

The #BringBackOurGirls rallying point

A rallying point against violent extremism or reinforcement of the sharia question
Sunday Jun 29th, 2014

Discovering digital libraries

OUP Library Advisory Council – UK Public Librarians
Thursday
Jun 19th, 2014

Political apparatus of rape in India

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Wednesday
Jun 18th, 2014

Media bias and the climate issue

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Monday
May 19th, 2014

Why we love libraries: the Aussie way

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Monday
May 12th, 2014

The best and worst things about journalists

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Wednesday
May 7th, 2014

Dante and the spin doctors

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Thursday
Apr 24th, 2014

New perspectives on the history of publishing

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Monday
Apr 14th, 2014

An interview with Brian Hughes, digital strategist

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Saturday
Mar 29th, 2014

What is academic history for?

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Thursday
Mar 6th, 2014

How much could 19th century nonfiction authors earn?

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Tuesday
Feb 25th, 2014

Family photos and the spectre of global leadership

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