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Newspapers, readers and the “managed public sphere” during the Soviet sixties

The third CamCREES seminar of the term saw Dr Simon Huxtable talk about the changing role of the newspaper in Soviet society.  Under Stalin, papers focused on official and ceremonial information; actual news had a relatively small and controlled role to play.  1,010 more words

Slavonic

Such a Beautiful Game...

I’ve been working on Ghost Stories II and on copywriting a lot lately so my indifferent ignorance radar has been turned to low. Or maybe the thought of analysing Mohammed Emwazi is too depressing to make a reality. 216 more words

Indifferent Ignorance

Milan Fashion Week Street Style by Unknown Author


By Unknown Author

Fashionable men and women at the fall 2015 collection shows.

Published: March 2, 2015 at 12:00AM

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Milan Fashion Week Street Style by Unknown Author


By Unknown Author

Fashionable men and women at the fall 2015 collection shows.

Published: March 2, 2015 at 12:00AM

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Tonopah Bonanza

For our sample reel, we chose the Tonopah Bonanza. This paper first ran as a weekly, starting on Saturday, June 15, 1901 in the booming camp of Tonopah. 56 more words

NVDNP

As Milan Week Ends, a Buzz Gap by VANESSA FRIEDMAN


By VANESSA FRIEDMAN

With collections from Giorgio Armani, Missoni and Salvatore Ferragamo, the difference between the runway and reality became increasingly clear.

Published: March 3, 2015 at 12:00AM… 12 more words

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The infallibility of the Pope is no longer valid for many people, but instead we have the infallibility of the professor

In Europe today there are plenty of people who think they have learnt to do without dogmas, yet it is precisely the freethinkers and the materialists who are the worst fanatics for dogmas. 109 more words

Anthroposophy