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26 November 2021 European studies
Shota Rustaveli is the most admired poet in Georgia and an iconic figure in Georgian national literature. He is the author of the medieval epic poem Vepxistqaosani (The Knight in the Panther's Skin). The poem was composed during the reign...
25 November 2021 Social Science
Anthony Barnett's guest post recalls his time as a member of the editorial collective of a little-known revolutionary weekly newspaper entitled '7 Days'. He recounts how he became involved, what he saw as being at stake, the experience of producing it, and how it influenced him.
25 November 2021 Untold lives
Within the Clarkson Papers there are a number of volumes relating to the settlement of Freetown, Sierra Leone, from 1791 onwards. These were explored in a series of Untold Lives blogs called The Lives and Letters of the Black Loyalists....
25 November 2021 Sound and vision
An interview from The Listening Project looked at for Disability History Month
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