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Linguistics

‘Violence and vernacular’: using research on slang to solve gang-related violence

Across the UK, gang-related violence continues to remain rife and on the rise, wi...

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Classics

The Odyssey in Translation: A Female Perspective

There is a huge number of English translations of The Odyssey and The Iliad in ci...

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Geography

Chinese New Year: Turning Iron into Blossom

In a tiny town by the name of Nuanquan, not too far from the sprawling metropolis of Beijing, a curi...

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Biological Sciences

Speak the Squeak: A Conversation with Mice

Thanks to artificial intelligence, the extraordinary powers of Dr.Dolittle may soon be imaginable fo...

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English Literature

Why Do We Hate The Word Moist?

Scientists have conducted an experiment to understand why people have such strong aversions to words...

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Linguistics

Madame Le Président? Feminist Linguistics and Gender Bias in French

Last year, the Académie française (a council constituting the official authority on the French lan...

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Linguistics

Désolé, je suis Français: Are Manners Lost in Translation?

A French waiter who was fired for being rude and disrespectful has recently made headlines for filin...

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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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Archaeology and Anthropology

The Bayeux moves Away-eux

For the first time in 950 years, the Bayeux Tapestry will be leaving its home in France.  President...

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English Literature

Cambridge: The Post-Colonial Predicament

The University of Cambridge has recently been embroiled in controversy surrounding the syllabus of t...

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English Literature

English: A Dead Language?

By 2120, British English will be dead, or at least it will be if we are to believe Matthew Engel. In...

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Computer Science

You must be Emoji-oking!

A new algorithm developed by professor Iyad Rahwan and graduate student Bjarke Felbo called ‘Deepm...

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