I’m an architect and by definition that means that I believe in the better when it comes to our built environment and quite frankly in all aspects of our lives. 810 more words
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Anderson, Benedict. 1991. Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origins and Spread of Nationalism, Revised Edition. New York: Verso.
Introduction: Since WWII every successful revolution has defined self through national terms – Marxist/nationalist, subnationalism within borders. 650 more words
Physiotherapist non-medical prescribing: A policy of transforming community services, service integration and the primacy of orthopaedic surgery
Each day over the next week I’ll post up an abstract for a paper being presented by a member of the Critical Physiotherapy Network at the In Sickness and In Health conference in Mallorca in June 2015. 304 more words
In the midst of conflict, certain figures often arise. Either praised in the moment or sanctified in the retellings of their actions, they become recognized as the central figure on which an action took place. 1,410 more words
Last month, the digitally minded folks at FiveThirtyEight set out to answer a simple question: How many guns has the United States Transportation Administration confiscated at each U.S. 762 more words