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Oxford Academic 5h
Hi Jithin John, we are sorry to here about this. Please be assured we are looking into this and will rely with the editors on this issue.
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Oxford Academic 7h
"Life appears to me too short to be spent in nursing animosity or registering wrongs."  Charlotte Brontë, Jayne Eyre
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Oxford Academic 7h
On this episode of The Oxford Comment, we discuss the role consent plays from childhood to college campuses, and into adulthood.
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Oxford Academic 8h
How important are coronations as symbols of power?
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Oxford Academic 9h
Who said it, what did they say, and when? Test your knowledge with our quotations quiz.
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Oxford Academic 10h
"...scientists estimate that there are over a hundred billion planetary systems in our Milky Way galaxy alone, with perhaps some ten billion planets with some similarity to Earth."
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Oxford Academic 21h
The largely unexplored history of Indigenous Australians and mental health services.
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Oxford Academic Sep 24
“He fancied that in a hundred years he would like having young people speculate on whether his eyes were brown or blue.”
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Oxford Academic Sep 24
"It's much better to do good in a way that no one knows anything about it." Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina
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Oxford Academic Sep 24
Stephen Spector illustrates the importance of using the Oxford Comma correctly.
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Oxford Academic Sep 24
"Ideas about mental health and illness are culturally shaped, and it’s always challenging to see how a European-style government interacted with indigenous people and diagnosed mental illness among them..."
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Oxford Academic Sep 24
Take a look at the novel that launched an iconic career via .
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Oxford Academic Sep 23
"…when online sites and services began (both overtly and covertly) preserving and mining our textual interactions en masse, wider culture evinced a perceptible surge of interest in the lost books of past, pre-digital eras."
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Oxford Academic Sep 23
In the lead-up to the 2018 Midterm Elections, we’ve put together a headquarters of content that will include a selection of articles, weekly excerpts, quotes, quick facts, and more to come.
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Oxford Academic Sep 23
"In science, a paradigm lost is merely another phrase for wisdom gained."
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Oxford Academic Sep 23
Interested in the idea of resurrecting the lost Shakespearean text, four novels "chronicle a protagonist’s suspenseful, adventure-style quest to find either Love’s Labour’s Won or Cardenio."
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Oxford Academic Sep 22
Did you know that rabbit ears have regenerative healing properties?
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Oxford Academic Sep 22
"More reasoned, but you can’t chop off a piece of my soul. More compared spirits to light. Just as sunlight spreads through a forest yet can’t be divided, so a spirit spreads through a body yet can’t be divided."
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Oxford Academic Sep 22
What makes the eastern cottontail rabbit different from its other rabbit counterparts?
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Oxford Academic Sep 22
David Barash explores why people are so reluctant to give up strongly held beliefs even in the face of overwhelming evidence and why this process is something
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