9780190461881

The OUPblog Tenth Anniversary Book Ten Years of Academic Insights For the Thinking World

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    9780190461881

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    0190461888

  • Edition: Anniv.
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 7/29/2015
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Table of Contents


Introduction By Alice Northover
"The Fall of Rome - an author dialogue¨with Bryan Ward-Perkins and Peter Heather
"Lincoln's Finest Hour¨By James M. McPherson
Ä mystery-y-ish-y word trend: the -y suffix has gone bananas¨By Mark Peters
"John Lennon and Jesus, 4 March 1966¨By Gordon R. Thompson
"The Teal before the Pink: Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month¨By Gayle Sulik
"Nobody wants to be called a bigot¨By Anatoly Liberman
Öur Antonia¨By Edward A. Zelinsky
"Mars, grubby hands, and international law¨By Gérardine Goh Escolar
"The dire offences of Alexander Pope¨By Pat Rogers
Ä flag of one's own? Aimé Césaire between poetry and politics¨By Gregson Davis
"The G20: policies, politics, and power¨By Mike Berry
"Q&A with Claire Payton on Haiti, spirituality, and oral history¨By Caitlin Tyler-Richards
"Lucy in the scientific method¨By Tim Kasser
"Neanderthals may have helped East Asians adapting to sunlight¨By Qiliang Ding and Ya Hu
"Thinking more about our teeth¨By Peter S. Ungar
"'You can't wear that here'¨By Andrew Hambler and Ian Leigh
"Does the 'serving-first advantage' actually exist?¨By Franc Klaassen and Jan R. Magnus
"Transparency at the Fed¨By Richard S. Grossman
"Publishing tips from a journal editor: selecting the right journal¨By R. Michael Alvarez
Ünited Airlines and Rhapsody in Blue¨By Ryan Raul Bañagale
"Why study paradoxes?¨By Roy T Cook
"Scots wha play: an English Shakespikedian Scottish independence referendum mashup¨By Robert Crawford
"The Oxford DNB at 10: new research opportunities in the humanities¨By David Hill Radcliffe
"Facebook, the gender binary, and third-person pronouns¨By Lal Zimman
Ïn defence of horror¨By Darryl Jones
"Race relations in America and the case of Ferguson¨By Arne L. Kalleberg
"The origin of work-hour regulations for house officers¨By Kenneth M. Ludmerer
Ëleanor Roosevelt's last days¨By Philip A. Mackowiak
"Jawaharlal Nehru, moral intellectual¨By Mushirul Hasan
"Vampires and life decisions¨By L.A. Paul
"Rip it up and start again¨By Matthew Flinders
Öppress Muslims in the West. Extremists are counting on it.¨By Justin Gest
"Does Philosophy Matter?¨By Walter Sinnott-Armstrong

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