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Symposium to celebrate much-loved twentieth-century poet
The University of Warwick

Symposium to celebrate much-loved twentieth-century poet

Professor Emma Mason, from the University of Warwick's English and Comparative Literature Studies Department will lead a one day symposium on the popular but under-appreciated poet Elizabeth Jennings in Oxford this month, on Saturday 29 October. ... The University of Warwick, 1 month ago

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Cowpie, gruel and midnight feasts: food in popular children's literature

Food is everywhere in children's stories, from fairytales to Enid Blyton, Billy Bunter and Desperate Dan but it may not always be as innocent as it seems If food is fundamental to life and a substance upon which civilisations and cultures have ...
 Irish Times1 week ago

Solving cultural quandaries

From an Indian Sufi tale to the idea of a Mughal rasika, Tellings and Texts: Music, Literature and Performance in North India has a lot to engage the discerning mind Did Surdas perform the Bhagavata-purana? What was required in Mughal India for a ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
European Commission

'Together' made healthier lifestyles easier to choose Results of pilot project's comparative study

A pilot project or preparatory action is an initiative of an experimental nature designed to test the feasibility and usefulness of action. It is meant to try different approaches, develop evidence-based strategies to address a problem, identify ...
 European Commission3 weeks ago
Asian Lite

Amit Chaudhuri Dylan is not first songwriter to win prize in literature

The 1913 Nobel prize for literature was awarded to the Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore. His work, like Dylan's, recreates tradition and crosses genres Amid the raucous cheering, disbelieving emojis and graceless carping that accompanied the awarding ...
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Witches of America How I became immersed in a growing movement

A book and film that were first intended as a snapshot of the pagan religious movement today became, equally, a memoir of my own spiritual seeking by Alex Mar A book and film that were first intended as a snapshot of the pagan religious movement ...
 The Guardian1 month ago

A literary gathering in Kumaon hills

The second edition of Yes Bank Kumaon Literary Festival (KLF) concluded last week amid dreams and hopes. This year's festival was organised at two different locations - Jim's Jungle Retreat in Jim Corbett National Park (11-13 October) and Te Aroha ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
Japan Times

Religious reflections: Pope John Paul II's enduring legacy in Japan

In February 1981, Pope John Paul II became the first leader of the Catholic Church to visit Japan. Thirty-five years on, the Vatican is believed to be considering another papal visit, scheduled around the time Pope Francis plans to attend a ...
 Japan Times2 months ago

Indonesia in its post-colonialism development

On study leave from Ministry of Planning (Bappenas) and is now completing his PhD on Development Studies President Joko Widodo escorts Queen Maxima of the Netherlands at Merdeka Palace, Jakarta on Sept 1. (Courtesy of Presidential ...
 Jakarta Post1 hour ago

Religious Persecution and Power in North Korea

The denial of religious liberty and the establishment of the state-sponsored religion of Juche has enabled the Kim dynasty to maintain power in North Korea. Change will come only when the people of North Korea are afforded the right to religious ...
 Libertymagazine2 weeks ago
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