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Volume Examines the New Social Science of the Holocaust
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January 26, 2023

Volume Examines the New Social Science of the Holocaust

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Restoring Regina Twala, Southern Africa’s Erased Activist and Anthropologist
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January 20, 2023

Restoring Regina Twala, Southern Africa’s Erased Activist and Anthropologist

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Julia O’Connell Davidson on the Hope and the Hypocrisy of Addressing ‘Modern Slavery’
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October 18, 2022

Julia O’Connell Davidson on the Hope and the Hypocrisy of Addressing ‘Modern Slavery’

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Ignorance of History is Not Strength
Business and Management INK
September 13, 2022

Ignorance of History is Not Strength

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(Macro)Marketing for Sustainability and Society with Mark Peterson: Watch the Teaching Business for People and Planet Webinar

(Macro)Marketing for Sustainability and Society with Mark Peterson: Watch the Teaching Business for People and Planet Webinar

“There is also a dimension of intergenerational justice, making these decisions [sustainable business practices], so that our generation is not ripping off […]

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‘Old Bones in Boxes’: Lessons On Race and Physical Anthropology

‘Old Bones in Boxes’: Lessons On Race and Physical Anthropology

The discipline of physical anthropology has a dark, often fraught past. It was misused to justify slavery and even genocide. In this […]

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Index Finds Little Global Progress on Gender-Based Development Goals

Index Finds Little Global Progress on Gender-Based Development Goals

An effort to measure how well equality across genders is progressing around the world, using a tool developed around United Nations-developed goals, has detected “little progress” in the last half decade.

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Richard Heller: Universities Should Be Digital and Distributed

Richard Heller: Universities Should Be Digital and Distributed

In his new book, Richard Heller proposes a model he calls the distributed university – that is, a university that distributes education online to where it is needed.

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Talking With Bennie Kara, Winner of the First SAGE Social Justice Book Award

Talking With Bennie Kara, Winner of the First SAGE Social Justice Book Award

As a student, recalls Bennie Kara, school was a haven. And that haven beckoned to her as she mapped out her career […]

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Gender and the Winter Olympics: A Collection

Gender and the Winter Olympics: A Collection

The Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics are here and in full swing. From serene skaters on ice to dramatic showdowns on the ski […]

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What Led Me to Review ‘Opening Doors on Diversity in Leadership’

What Led Me to Review ‘Opening Doors on Diversity in Leadership’

Amanda Paul at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto reviewed Opening Doors to Diversity in Leadership, […]

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“Are We There Yet?”: The Path Forward for Women in Politics

“Are We There Yet?”: The Path Forward for Women in Politics

Just over a month ago in November, Michelle Wu was sworn in as the first woman and person of color elected as Boston’s mayor. […]

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