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Yale University Press
06/23/2017 at 16:52. Facebook
Richard D. Brown (UConn): "Clearly fake news can do more than sell newspapers; it shapes public opinion, sometimes with deadly consequences."
Richard D Brown UConn Clearly fake news can do more than sell

The All-American History of Fake News

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Charles Sauer
Enrique Herrera
Yale University Press
Yale University Press
06/22/2017 at 13:58. Facebook
After a week off, we're talking black holes and gravity waves with Marcia Bartusiak on the podcast this week.

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After a week off were talking black holes and gravity waves with

Ep. 31 – The Mystery of Gravity Waves and Black Holes

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Yale University Press
Yale University Press
06/21/2017 at 16:21. Facebook
Translator Stephen M. Dickey on Miljenko Jergović's Epic "Her-story" of Yugoslavia (The Margellos World Republic of Letters)
Translator Stephen M Dickey on Miljenko Jergovićs Epic Herstory of Yugoslavia The

The Idea of Yugoslavia: Translating Miljenko Jergović’s “The Walnut Mansion”

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Marie-Caroline Tome
Yale University Press
Yale University Press
06/21/2017 at 14:32. Facebook
A Maya Child’s Tale: The Origin of the Sun #ancientmaya #mythology #summersolstice
A Maya Child’s Tale: The Origin of the Sun ancientmaya mythology summersolstice

A Maya Child’s Tale: The Origin of the Sun

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Yale University Press
Yale University Press
06/21/2017 at 02:17. Facebook
How a helpful habit can become an addiction.
Enrique Herrera
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Yale University Press
06/20/2017 at 19:05. Facebook
Joanne B. Freeman (Yale University): Sessions’ defense of his honor during his Senate testimony has a long history in Washington, D.C.—as Hamilton could attest to.
Joanne B Freeman Yale University Sessions defense of his honor during his

Southern Honor Culture and the United States Congress

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David Ashwell
Yale University Press
Yale University Press
06/20/2017 at 16:30. Facebook
Fiona Stafford (University of Oxford) reflects on the pop culture "Jane Austen" phenomenon on Austen's bicentennial. #JaneAusten200
Fiona Stafford University of Oxford reflects on the pop culture Jane Austen

The Legacy of Jane Austen and the Industry of “Jane Austen”

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A. C. Grayling, a renowned philosopher, asks the most important philosophical questions about war. His book, "War: An Enquiry," challenges long-held views on just wars, ethical conduct during war, why wars occur, how they alter people and societies, and more.

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John Francis
Brooke Erin Duffy (Cornell University), author of "(Not) Getting Paid to Do What You Love," on female entrepreneurship in the social media age
Brooke Erin Duffy Cornell University author of Not Getting Paid to Do

The (False) Promise of Social Media Self-Enterprise

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Becky Davis
Before the Special Relationship: 1940, when Churchill and Britain fought alone, and Western civilization hung in the balance
Before the Special Relationship 1940 when Churchill and Britain fought alone and

When Britain Saved the West: The Story of 1940

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An overview of how historians' thinking about Nixon's early career has evolved
An overview of how historians' thinking about Nixon's early career has evolved

Rethinking the Evolving Historiography of Richard M. Nixon

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Matthew Lockwood, author of "The Conquest of Death," explores the history of crime, homicide, and suicide in England over four centuries through the office of the coroner.
Matthew Lockwood author of The Conquest of Death explores the history of

The Office of the Coroner and the Birth of the Modern State

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Sandy Butcher
Censorship, net neutrality, and the role of the FCC on the podcast this week.
Censorship net neutrality and the role of the FCC on the podcast this week

Ep. 30 – The Politics of the Airwaves

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Clinical Dietitian Narmin Virani asks a few questions that help her patients break out of their eating habits towards a more mindful understanding of their cravings.
Marcia Bartusiak of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), author of "Einstein’s Unfinished Symphony: The Story of a Gamble, Two Black Holes, and a New Age of Astronomy," explains the revolutionary potential of the latest observations of black-hole collisions for the scientific community.
Marcia Bartusiak of Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT author of Einstein

What Gravitational-Wave Astronomy May Reveal

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John Francis
Josh Chafetz, author of "Congress's Constitution: Legislative Authority and the Separation of Powers," asks (and answers) a pressing question in POLITICO Magazine: Is Congress strong enough to stand up to Trump?
Josh Chafetz author of Congresss Constitution Legislative Authority and the Separation of

The Real ‘Resistance’ to Trump? The GOP Congress.

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The causes of the American Revolution are more complicated than they seem.
The causes of the American Revolution are more complicated than they seem

Did Taxes Cause the American Revolution?

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Christoph Irmscher examines one of the most important literary figures of the 20th century.
Christoph Irmscher examines one of the most important literary figures of the 20th century

Max Eastman: A Brief Introduction

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In the first of three excerpts from "The Soul of the First Amendment," Floyd Abrams compares the restraints on free speech in the United States and Finland, a country that consistently ranks among the freest. [ Owl.li Link ]
In the first of three excerpts from The Soul of the First

Opinion | On Finland, the United States, and the freedom of information and of the press

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Satya Maringanti
The Law of Attraction _ What we think we become.