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2014/07/20 04:43
2014/07/20 04:43
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Like most women in this country, I don't consider myself beautiful. I, like many other women, have looked in the mirror and hurled mental insults at what I saw: love handles; weird nose; pale,...
2014/07/20 04:43
2014/07/20 04:43
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2014/07/14 06:06
2014/07/14 06:06
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Yves here. The book Das reviews covers 1780 to 1920, which pretty much coincides with the period I concentrated in in college, then called the “modern” era, or the start of the Industrial Revolution...
2014/07/14 02:28
2014/07/14 02:28
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Asian immigrants work hard, study hard, pay their taxes and don’t ask for welfare: this is how they are seen in the popular imagination in immigrant countries across the Western world. In short, they...
2014/07/09 12:25
2014/07/09 12:25
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Here are condensed versions of this week's book reviews: "Do Not Sell at Any Price: The Wild, Obsessive Hunt for the World's Rarest 78 rpm Records" by Amanda Petrusich; Scribner (260 pages,...
2014/07/06 00:16
2014/07/06 00:16
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It's surprising how many house pets hold advanced degrees. Last year a dog received his MBA from the American University of London, a non-accredited distance-learning institution. It feels as if I...
2014/07/03 13:03
2014/07/03 13:03
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News and views from academia. It’s surprising how many house pets hold advanced degrees. Last year a dog received his MBA from the American University of London, a non-accredited distance-learning...
2014/07/03 09:24
2014/07/03 09:24
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Mind games: an image from Rob Davis's graphic novel The Complete Don Quixote Verson, 432pp, £20 Princeton University Press, 360pp, £24.95 Harvard University Press, 1,200pp, £29.95 In the opening...
2014/07/02 21:36
2014/07/02 21:36
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Cross and Scepter: The Rise of the Scandinavian Kingdoms from the Vikings to the ReformationSverre Bagge Princeton University Press 2014 Cross and Scepter focuses on state formation in...
2014/06/28 12:33
2014/06/28 12:33
24d
What George Lucas and Kurt Vonnegut’s brains tell us about genius and insanity As a psychiatrist and neuroscientist who studies creativity, I’ve had the pleasure of working with many gifted and...
2014/06/27 18:25
2014/06/27 18:25
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Lionel BarberEditor of the Financial Times Scott Anderson’s Lawrence in Arabia (Atlantic) is a gripping narrative featuring TE Lawrence, the adventurer, archaeologist, Arabist and spy whose exploits...
2014/06/24 15:17
2014/06/24 15:17
28d
The strings are stretched and twisted garbage bags, the tuning pegs are made from the plastic of disposable ink pens and the saddle and bridge are made from candy bar wrappers. No information is...
2014/06/22 12:53
2014/06/22 12:53
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Why do online social networking sites exist? This is not a rhetorical question. Why were they not just a quickly passing fad? Two decades after the concept came to prominence, why are more than 500...
2014/06/21 23:51
2014/06/21 23:51
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Birdman: Vivid brushstrokes of pure genius THE imminent private sale of a collection of the superlative works of John Gould – the original Bird Man – will underline the eternal fascination with great...
2014/06/20 21:54
2014/06/20 21:54
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The biggest challenge that Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern faces in “The Golden Age Shtetl: A New History of Jewish Life in East Europe” (Princeton University Press) is that he is working against more than a...
2014/07/20 04:43
2014/07/20 04:43
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