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Charly

The shock of the graduates

I have had the best French teaching and education money can buy. I grew up in London and was sent to the French Lycee there and spent fifteen years in an all-French environment - not ...
Peter

Why Do We Study Calculus?

The question students ask most often is, "why do we study this?" (or its variant, "will this be on the exam?"). Indeed, it`s not always immediately obvious how some of the thing...
Jonathan

Soviet foreign policy 1921-1933

`Despite all appearances to the contrary Soviet foreign policy remained revolutionary.` Discuss with reference to the period 1921-1933 For our purposes we will take a revolutionary f...
Jonathan

Postcolonial approaches to Central Asian authors

By shifting the postcolonial gaze away from traditional considered postcolonial sites, we are gaining not just a more thorough understanding of Central Asia, but also exposing the lin...
Peter

Learning techniques

Learning new skills is what makes us human - but can we improve how we go about learning new things in new situations? This approach can help you to understand what works for you - a...
Steve

Temporal structures vs. signs, traces, emanations

Two notions of music perpetually engage me, each one by its seeming necessity, and the pair by their stubborn incompatibility with one another. On the one hand I accept that music ...
Edna

Escape

My escape took me to the remains of an old building, partly destroyed by the bombs, just outside the town. Weeds were growing among broken pieces of stone and wood and the dark sky fr...
Peter

The Knowledge Triangle

Research, education and innovation are three central and strongly interdependent drivers of the knowledge-based society. Together they are referred to as the "knowledge triangle". ...
Rosie

To what extent can the narrator of a novel make the reader see the world afresh?

This essay will discuss the extent to which a novel can make the reader see the world afresh using Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. It will focus on how readers at the time it was publi...
Venancia

120 Million Children in the Eye of the Hurricane

The division of labor among nations is that some specialize in winning and others in losing. Our part of the world, known today as Latin America, was precocious: it has specialized i...
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