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05
Jan

Ottoman Constitutionalism

Revolutions in the Russian, Iranian, and Ottoman worlds in the early part of the twentieth century were connected through the circulation of not only revolutionaries and arms but also print and ideas.

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23
Dec

Five Teaching Tidbits for Winter Break

Winter break is one of the most wonderful times of the year for most full-time and contingent faculty. Grades have been submitted, the campus has closed, and deadlines for the spring semester …

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17
Dec

Reflections on Rewriting the Sentence

The current issue of the Federal Sentencing Reporter explores recent developments in sentencing reform, including a set of commentaries emerging from Columbia University and the Aleph Institute’s June 2019 ‘‘Rewriting the Sentence’’ …

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11
Dec

Common Spiders in the Wild

by Richard A. Bradley, author of Common Spiders of North America I grew up chasing lizards and snakes in the barley and garbanzo bean fields, and sage-filled canyons, around my boyhood home …

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05
Dec

Working for SNAP

by Maggie Dickinson, author of Feeding the Crisis: Care and Abandonment in America’s Food Safety Net The Trump Administration just approved a new rule that will cut an estimated 700,000 unemployed and …

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25
Nov

Environmental Apocalypticism

This guest post is published as part of our blog series related to the annual meetings of the American Academy of Religion & Society for Biblical Literature November 23-26 in San Diego. #aarsbl19 By Robin …

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