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05 December 2013 Innovation and enterprise blog
I visited the city of Laval in France to attend the official opening of the Neoshop which is a unique concept store entirely dedicated to innovation and is part of an EU (Interreg) funded project on Open Innovation, of which...
05 December 2013 Asian and African studies blog
Three of the most fascinating exhibits in ‘The Everlasting Flame: Zoroastrianism in History and Imagination’, on view at the Brunei Gallery SOAS until December 14th, concern the Zoroastrian vision of heaven and hell. The revelations of Arda Viraz (‘righteous Viraz’),...
05 December 2013 Medieval manuscripts blog
Today is the last day of Hanukkah; the Medieval and Earlier Manuscripts section hopes you have had (and will continue to have) a very happy Festival of Lights - Hanukkah Sameach! Full-page miniature of a menorah surrounded by Temple instruments,...
04 December 2013 European studies blog
A major critical edition of Macedonian literature in 130 volumes was published in 2008 as a central event to mark the year deemed as a year of Macedonian language in the Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). The edition of Macedonian literature...
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