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  • publication . Article . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Paul Levinson;
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    Publisher: MDPI AG

    <jats:p>Humans last walked on the Moon in 1972. We not only have gone no further with in-person expeditions to places off Planet Earth, we have not even been back to the Moon. The main motive for getting to the Moon back then, Cold War competition, may have subsided, bu...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Helen Harris; Gaynor Yancey; Kimberly Dawson; Jess Gregory;
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    Publisher: MDPI AG

    <jats:p>The question of LGBTQ+ inclusion in churches is rapidly becoming an open conversation in congregations and denominations seeking answers in policy and practice. As society is engaging the question of LGBTQ+ rights in the courts, denominations are addressing LGBT...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
    Open Access
    Authors:
    Mia Tillonen;
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    Publisher: MDPI AG

    <jats:p>Japanese Shinto shrines are popular pilgrimage sites not only for religious reasons, but also because of their connections to popular culture. This study discusses how tourism is involved in the construction of the shrine space by focusing on the material enviro...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Authors:
    Mathilde van Dijk;
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    Publisher: MDPI AG

    <jats:p>At first sight, Denis Villeneuve’s 2016 Arrival seems to provide a fairly standard science fiction narrative about the landing of aliens on earth and the panic that ensues, featuring aggressive soldiers, a suspicious CIA man, brilliant scientists and rioting pop...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Authors:
    Michael Nylan; Trenton Wilson;
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    Publisher: MDPI AG

    Montesquieu wrote that “China is a despotic state whose principle is fear”. And indeed, in the early modern context in China, fear and despotism, on the one hand, were opposed to <i>ziyou</i> 自由 (“freedom”), on the other. These constructs created a discursive space in w...

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  • publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2021 . Embargo End Date: 29 Jun 2021
    Authors:
    Dunkelgrun, Theodor;
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    Publisher: Apollo - University of Cambridge Repository

    This chapter investigates the specific philological practice of textual criticism and explores how this highly valued methodology was adopted by Jewish scholars working in the German-speaking world of the nineteenth century as part of the modernizing intellectual moveme...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Authors:
    Zeitlin, Samuel;
    Publisher: Institute for the Theology of Culture: New Wine, New Wineskins

    As a young boy in the 1930s, Jacob Taubes (1923-1987) and his family left Austria for Switzerland to escape Nazism. In Switzerland, Taubes received both ordination as a rabbi and a classical education in philosophy (culminating in a doctorate), before going on to furthe...

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  • publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2021
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    Authors:
    Michael J. Braddick; David L. Smith;

    When John Morrill began his research career the most influential writing about mid-seventeenth-century England was essentially concerned with modernization, and, even in non-Marxist explanations, contained a strong strain of materialism. This was a prominent feature of ...

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  • publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2021
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    Authors:
    David L. Smith; Jason McElligott;
    Publisher: Cambridge University Press

    Royalism has never been particularly fashionable among historians of the English Civil Wars. There has long been an unfortunate tendency to dismiss those who were loyal to the Stuarts as, in the immortal words of 1066 and All That, ‘wrong but romantic’, or as the produc...

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  • publication . Book . 2021
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    Authors:
    Boyes, Philip;
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    Publisher: Oxbow

    By the 13th century BC, the Syrian city of Ugarit hosted an extremely diverse range of writing practices. As well as two main scripts – alphabetic and logographic cuneiform - the site has also produced inscriptions in a wide range of scripts and languages, including Hur...

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