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It's a new year and new resolutions are being made. I'd like to inspire you to put the Golden Rule at the center of your new year resolutions. To understand what this means, check out this Ted Talk by Karen Armstrong, winner of the 2008 Ted Prize, historian and ex-nun. And don't miss Armstrong's popular book: Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life. Her novel will help you engage compassion in a new way. (scheduled via…

It's a new year and new resolutions are being made. I'd like to inspire you to put the Golden Rule at the center of your new year resolutions. To understand what this means, check out this Ted Talk by Karen Armstrong, winner of the 2008 Ted Prize, historian and ex-nun. And don't miss Armstrong's popular book: Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life. Her novel will help you engage compassion in a new way. (scheduled via…

Research Fundermentals: Peer Review & Changing a Lightbulb: a Historian's View

Research Fundermentals: Peer Review & Changing a Lightbulb: a Historian's View

Howard Zinn  24 August 1922 - 27 January 2010  An American historian, author and social activist.  His most famous work is "A People's History of the United States".

Howard Zinn 24 August 1922 - 27 January 2010 An American historian, author and social activist. His most famous work is "A People's History of the United States".

Henry Louis "Skip" Gates, Jr., (b. Sept 16, 1950) is an American literary critic, educator, scholar, writer, editor, & public intellectual. The first African American to receive the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship, he has received numerous honorary degrees & awards for his teaching, research, & development of academic institutions to study black culture. In 2002, he was selected to give the Jefferson Lecture, in recognition of his "distinguished intellectual achievement in the…

Henry Louis "Skip" Gates, Jr., (b. Sept 16, 1950) is an American literary critic, educator, scholar, writer, editor, & public intellectual. The first African American to receive the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship, he has received numerous honorary degrees & awards for his teaching, research, & development of academic institutions to study black culture. In 2002, he was selected to give the Jefferson Lecture, in recognition of his "distinguished intellectual achievement in the…

'I'm niche; that eccentric old girl who talks about Romans'.  historian Mary Beard   Portrait by Michael Leckie for The Times

'I'm niche; that eccentric old girl who talks about Romans'. historian Mary Beard Portrait by Michael Leckie for The Times

Germaine Greer:....Author, academic, historian, feminist. A strong and outspoken woman of great intellect. Love her. Love her. Love her.

Germaine Greer:....Author, academic, historian, feminist. A strong and outspoken woman of great intellect. Love her. Love her. Love her.

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