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April 19, 2017

This Brown Bag Lunch features Dr. Nigel Young, Editor of the Oxford International Encyclopedia of World Peace, and will explore the implication for memory work in the US and other parts of the globe and will also look at how it integrates with peace and conflict resear...

April 13, 2017

Zoe Williams is absolutely right (10 April) about the progressive role of public protest in political life. But one of the most iconic of modern marches – Aldermaston – has still not had noticeable policy effects after 60 years, even though its goal is still a no-brain...

February 9, 2017

Can America make American railways great again?

From Bernie Sanders to Donald Trump, people have talked infrastructure. There’s no doubt America has the skills to design a state of the art high speed city-to- city North American system that can eventually reach up to 50...

February 3, 2017

A referendum was irresponsibly called by a majority who (in both parties) believed that the issue of the EU could be cynically ‘kicked into the grass’. But since it was never clear whether it was advisory or binding, the vote did not legitimate any decision. The vast m...

January 18, 2017

The past century has seen a collision of immense cultural forces – between amnesia and recall, between remembrance and forgetting, between the past of tradition and representations of modernity. It is such a collective memory that makes us who we are; stories of our pa...

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