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<Early polls can offer some insight into candidates’ weak points – but are extremely imprecise

Early polls can offer some insight into candidates’ weak points – but are extremely imprecise

By W. Joseph Campbell, author of Lost in a Gallup: Polling Failure in U.S. Presidential Elections, Updated Edition This article was originally published on The Conversation. Preelection polls have been inescapable early …

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<Darwin Day

Darwin Day

UC Press, the publisher of the National Association of Biology Teachers’ (NABT) The American Biology Teacher, is pleased to honor Darwin Day by sharing the latest issue of ABT—an annual Darwin and Evolution special issue.

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<A Window into the Early Modern Mediterranean, through the Fascinating Life of Ahmad ibn Qâsim al-Hajarî

A Window into the Early Modern Mediterranean, through the Fascinating Life of Ahmad ibn Qâsim al-Hajarî

By Oumelbanine Nina Zhiri, author of Beyond Orientalism: Ahmad ibn Qasim al-Hajari between Europe and North Africa When I first encountered the fascinating Moroccan polymath Ahmad ibn Qâsim al-Hajarî (c. 1569 – …

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