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5 Posts to Celebrate National Coffee Day

It’s National Coffee Day, which means you can pick up freebies to sip that will pair perfectly with these coffee themed posts:

1. American Coffee Culture in 1872: So Different from Today? 190 more words

Food History


This is the first part of my latest column for the International New York Times, published under the headline ‘United Kingdom, Divided People’, on the fallout from the Scottish referendum. 685 more words


Uniting the Tribes

It occurs to me in these days of independence referenda and questions over the future shape and nature of the United Kingdom that we might possibly learn a few things from the example of Biblical Israel. 1,706 more words


National Identity within the Global Village

It would seem even to the most unperceptive observer of human behaviour that we have a need for beliefs. This can provide us with a sense of direction in life. 576 more words

Opinion: Ukrainian Separatist Movement

With more than 900 international students, faculty and staff from over 90 countries, Clark University is a hub for intercultural discussion, learning, and (with time) perhaps even change. 397 more words

Encountering the ‘Mother Country’: A Land of Four Nations?

Encountering the ‘Mother Country’: A Land of Four Nations?

This week, PhD student Anna Maguire (King’s College London/Imperial War Museum) discusses colonial perceptions of Britain during the First World War. 860 more words

Four Nations

Us - Them. Reality behind the isolation walls.

I am a student in Canadian university for few years now, and I came across the same topic in many classes. The topic of national identity. 274 more words