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Music - Linguistics / Literature - 08.05.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 08.05.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 06.05.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 06.05.2019
Placing the spotlight on historical archives
When people think about archived works by artists of the past, their minds often jump to "objects that are just sitting in repositories,” according to Elizabeth Cerejido.

Media - Linguistics / Literature - 05.05.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 03.05.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 03.05.2019
Miami’s craft breweries
David Lanster with his project advisor Cristina Favretto, head of Special Collections for UM Libraries.

Linguistics / Literature - 01.05.2019
Finals prep: Choose your fave study spot from this list
The week of final exams brings students together unlike anything else. At 5 a.m., you may see a nod of recognition between a student who's walking to  the library and another student who's just beginning to walk home from  the library.

Linguistics / Literature - 01.05.2019
Finals prep: Choose your fav study spot from this list
The week of final exams brings students together unlike anything else. At 5 a.m., you may see a nod of recognition between a student who's walking to  the library and another student who's just beginning to walk home from  the library.

Linguistics / Literature - 30.04.2019
How a botched train robbery led to the birth of modern American criminology
On October 11, 1923, three brothers - Hugh, Ray and Roy DeAutremont - boarded a Southern Pacific Railroad train called the Gold Special near the Siskiyou Mountains in Oregon.

Linguistics / Literature - 30.04.2019
First public screening of ’Some Stories’ to show power of storytelling to foster understanding in the age of Brexit
In November 2018, 15 English teenagers and 15 Irish teenagers came together to discover the power of empathy.

Music - Linguistics / Literature - 30.04.2019

Linguistics / Literature - Religions - 26.04.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 22.04.2019
I’m a Berkeleyan: Sabrina Klein, director of artistic literacy at Cal Performances
Sabrina Klein is the the director or artistic literacy at Cal Performances. (UC Berkeley photo by Brittany Hosea-Small) In our great works of art is the best exploration of what it means to be a human being.

Linguistics / Literature - Computer Science - 17.04.2019
Researchers Release Security Software To Defend Against Cyberattacks
With every text message sent, every email, every item purchased online, consumers blindly rely on the process of encryption, the scrambling of data that protects it from unwanted eyes. But encryption is hard to get right. "Right now, encryption's ability to protect our data is only as strong as the testing its endured," said CyLab's Bryan Parno, an associate professor of Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Linguistics / Literature - 15.04.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 10.04.2019

Linguistics / Literature - Materials Science - 10.04.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 04.04.2019
Professor at Freie Universität Berlin Elected Chairperson of German Hispanic Association
Freie Universität Berlin to be seat of German association for Hispanic language, cultural, and literary studies for two years No 082/2019 from Apr 04, 2019 Susanne Zepp-Zwirner, a professor of Romanc

Linguistics / Literature - 03.04.2019

Economics / Business - Linguistics / Literature - 02.04.2019

Economics / Business - Linguistics / Literature - 01.04.2019
To strike it rich, auctioning off drilling rights pays more than private deals
It's everyone's dream that one day, someone will come knocking on your door to tell you that you're sitting on a gold mine. Due to remarkable improvements in hydraulic fracturing technology for shale resources, hundreds of thousands of U.S. households have had this experience over the last decade and a half.

Life Sciences - Linguistics / Literature - 01.04.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 27.03.2019
University of Birmingham creates database of gestures that are produced systematically by people during communication without speech
Staff at the University of Birmingham have been investigating humans' capacity to communicate without speech and relying only in their gestures, and how comprehensible these body movements are to an interlocutor.

Linguistics / Literature - 26.03.2019

Linguistics / Literature - Music - 26.03.2019
Who says there are no black superheroes’ What inspired writer of hit Marvel comic
Asst. Prof. Eve Ewing talks about Ironheart and teen supergenius Riri Williams From poetry to non-fiction to plays and podcasts, Asst.

Linguistics / Literature - 26.03.2019
Bristol academic discovers ancient royal charter of King John
Bristol academic discovers ancient royal charter of King John
A rare, original royal charter from the first year of King John's reign has been discovered in Durham by a medieval historian from the University of Bristol.

Linguistics / Literature - 19.03.2019
New Grammatical Guidance for Gaelic
Bòrd na Gàidhlig and the University of Glasgow have today (19 March 2019) published new grammatical guidance to help aid Gaelic speakers, including teachers, broadcasters and other Gaelic professionals.

Linguistics / Literature - Social Sciences - 15.03.2019

Linguistics / Literature - Physics - 13.03.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 13.03.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 12.03.2019
Fiat Vox: For Malika Imhotep, devotion to black feminist study is a life practice
Fiat Vox: For Malika Imhotep, devotion to black feminist study is a life practice
Malika Imhotep grew up in West Atlanta, rooted in a community that she calls an "Afrocentric bubble,” in a family of artisans, entrepreneurs and community organizers.

Linguistics / Literature - 11.03.2019
For Malika Imhotep, devotion to black feminist study is a life practice
For Malika Imhotep, devotion to black feminist study is a life practice
Malika Imhotep grew up in West Atlanta, rooted in a community that she calls an "Afrocentric bubble,” in a family of artisans, entrepreneurs and community organizers.

Linguistics / Literature - Music - 11.03.2019
How Jewish refugees found a wartime home in Shanghai
Asst. Prof. Rachel DeWoskin has visited Shanghai every summer for nearly a decade, walking along streets that more than 18,000 Jewish refugees once called home.

Linguistics / Literature - 08.03.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 07.03.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 28.02.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 26.02.2019
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