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Donald H. Dunson and James A. Dunson III, Becoming a Citizen of the World: Suffering and Solidarity in the 21st Century (Orbis Books, 2013).
Vernon Hewitt and Mark Duffield, Empire, Development and Colonialism: The Past in the Present (Boydell & Brewer Incorporated, 2013).
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Workshop: Exploring Traditions: Sources for a Global History of Science, Cambridge, 30 November 2013
Exploring Traditions: Sources for a Global History of Science University of Cambridge 30 November 2013 http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/25203 CRASSH, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DT – SG1&2 This workshop is the second in a series that continues an important set of debates and reflexions on the interaction between histories […]Read More...
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Spectators to the drama unfolding in Geneva over Iran’s nuclear program are asking if and when a “deal” will emerge. The purported deal is only an “interim” one that suspends some sanctions in return for a partial commitment by Iran to suspend its nuclear enrichment activities. This is similar to […]Read More...