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Biomedical Sciences

Skip the fast food and start fasting

Fasting has a long history and is central to many of the world’s religions: Yom Kippur is a fast d...

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Archaeology and Anthropology

Tang Xianzu: The ‘Chinese’ Shakespeare

A recent article by ‘Quartz’ online has stated that ‘Archaeologists have found the tomb of Chi...

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Classics

Historical PTSD: Did Achilles have a weakness beyond his feet?

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is considered by many to have only gained due recognition in r...

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Fine Art

Painting Over Casanova: #MeToo and the Morality of Art

How should art institutions, and society in general, respond to the art of figures whose creators or...

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History

The First ‘Muslim Ban’: Slavery And Islamophobia in Colonial America

The US government has been the subject of heavy criticism in the last few years over the blacklistin...

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Archaeology and Anthropology

Whitewashing Antiquity: Diversity in Roman Britain

How diverse was Roman Britain? For a long time, the mainstream perception was of a homogeneously Eur...

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Archaeology and Anthropology

Resurrecting the Rubble – Art in the Era of ISIS

On the 28th March, a new piece of art was unveiled in Trafalgar square, part of the larger project ...

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History

Artificial Intelligence to save us from ‘photobombers’

The photograph is a medium that has fascinated human beings for over a century. The entrancing way ...

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Archaeology and Anthropology

?Saving? history ? the changing face of archaeological preservation

The need for better historical preservation has never been more evident – archaeological sites are...

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History

The Magic of Minimalism – Sounds for the Modern World

A recent article has drawn attention to the ways in which the minimalist movement in music redefined...

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English Literature

The Borrowing Bard?Playwright or Plagiarist?

Recent scholarship has added to the conversation about Shakespeare’s originality—or lack thereof...

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History

The Language of Hope: Reviving Esperanto

Esperanto, literally “one who hopes”, was first proposed by Ludwik L Zamenhof in 1887, a...

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