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Themselves With Black Skin, Something Interesting Happen

The Huffington Post  | By Anna Almendrala & Macrina Cooper-White

The antidote to racism partly lies in empathy, or the willingness to “walk a mile in someone else’s shoes,” as the saying goes. 679 more words

National News

Themselves With Black Skin, Something Interesting Happen

The Huffington Post  | By Anna Almendrala & Macrina Cooper-White

The antidote to racism partly lies in empathy, or the willingness to “walk a mile in someone else’s shoes,” as the saying goes. 683 more words

Nation

Web Archives as Big Data: experimenting with the internet as a historical source

by Marta Musso

On the 3rd of December, the Institute for Historical Research hosted a conference on the challenges and opportunities that the digital world offers to researchers in the humanities. 903 more words

Digital History

Epidemiology at 50: Thinking about what matters

It has been eight months since my last post, which I wrote when I was about to dive into the intense exam prep period of my second year in the MSc epidemiology distance learning program. 716 more words

University Of London International Programmes

"Priorities, people!! Priorities!!" he squawked...

If you ask my Mum what life was like with me as a teenager, one of the things she’ll likely mention was her critical role as the ‘No Police’ as she liked to call it. 443 more words

Distance Learning

Reactions to my return to study

Hello, Welcome to my new blog. I hope to provide you with a weekly distraction from your studies which will lift your spirits, make you laugh and think ‘he is a idiot, I won’t read his blog again’ all in a few seconds. 977 more words

University Of London International Programmes