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18
Jan

Becoming a Published Book Author (and a Bodhisattva)

This blog post is reposted with permission from Roger D. Aines and Amy L. Aines, authors of Championing Science: Communicating Your Ideas to Decision Makers. Today our book Championing Science makes it debut. Roger and I wrote this …

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05
Jan

Divination and Colonization in Ancient Greece

This guest post is published in conjunction with this week’s annual meetings of the American Historical Association and the Modern Language Association both in Chicago, and the Society for Classical Studies in …

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04
Jan

Musical Devotions, Past and Present

by Robert L. Kendrick, author of Fruits of the Cross: Passiontide Music Theater in Habsburg Vienna Over the course of researching my book on musical devotion sparked by the ritual adoration of …

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04
Jan

Whose Other America?

This guest post is published in conjunction with this week’s annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Chicago. Share using #AHA19. By Sylvie Laurent, author of King and the Other America: The Poor …

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04
Jan

Temporality and the Iranian Expanse

This guest post is published in conjunction with this week’s annual meetings of the Archaeological Institute of America in San Diego and the American Historical Association in Chicago. Share using #AIASCS2019 & #AHA19.  By …

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20
Dec

Who needs a filmography anyway?

Written by Rob King, author of Hokum!: The Early Sound Slapstick Short and Depression-Era Mass Culture, this entry first appeared on the new companion site for the book and is cross-posted here …

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10
Dec

Storytelling for Science

This blog post is reposted with permission from Roger Aines and Amy L. Aines, authors of Championing Science: Communicating Your Ideas to Decision Makers. You can see Roger at the American Geophysical …

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29
Nov

Walls That Wound

By Ieva Jusionyte, author of Threshold: Emergency Responders on the US-Mexico Border As news about migrant caravans traveling from Central America caught Washington’s attention last month, the government deployed over five thousand troops …

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