Tuesday Apr 15th, 2014

Leonardo da Vinci myths, explained

By Kandice Rawlings
Leonardo da Vinci was born 562 years ago today, and we’re still fascinated with his life and work. It’s no real mystery why – he was an extraordinary person, a genius and a celebrity in his own lifetime. He left behind some remarkable artifacts in the form of paintings and writings and drawings on all manner of subjects. read more »

Tuesday Jul 22nd, 2014

How much do you know about investment arbitration?

A quiz on arbitration law, multilateral treaties, and investment claims
Wednesday Jul 16th, 2014

Electronic publications in a Mexican university

Margarita Lugo Hubp on access to digital scholarship has changed the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Tuesday Jul 15th, 2014

Akbar Jehan and the dialectic of resistance and accommodation

Nyla Ali Khan on her maternal grandmother
Monday Jul 14th, 2014

A reading list on the French Revolution for Bastille Day

A list of books and articles from Very Short Introductions and University Press Scholarship Online
Sunday
Jul 13th, 2014

Fútbol and faith: the World Cup and Ramadan

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Saturday
Jul 12th, 2014

Songs for the Games

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Wednesday
Jul 9th, 2014

John Calvin’s prophetic calling and the memory

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Thursday
Jul 3rd, 2014

10 fun facts about the banjo

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Thursday
Jun 26th, 2014

Scoring independent film music

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Thursday
Jun 26th, 2014

LGBT Pride Month Reading List

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Saturday
Jun 21st, 2014

How much do you know about the First World War?

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Saturday
Jun 14th, 2014

English convent lives in exile, 1540-1800

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Tuesday
Jun 10th, 2014

Songs of the Alaskan Inuit

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