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How English (and philosophy, and history) Work

Here is an article by Paula Krebs, dean of humanities at Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts, appearing in Vitae. It’s initially about how Victorian writers might respond to the recent and unfolding events in Ferguson, MO, but eventually widens its focus to talk about what people educated in the humanities (e.g., English, history, & philosophy majors) bring to the table, work-wise, that more narrowly educated people do not. 204 more words

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Professional Development for all, yes I'm talking to you Researcher Developers!

I recently attended the Vitae Connections event for Researcher Developers who had, to quote the room on the day, “been around while”. We spent six glorious hours in London thinking about our own career development whilst also hearing about researcher development initiatives from various national and international universities. 1,209 more words

Fratelli Wines launches three new labels VITAE, VITAE TRE & SETTE 2011 and makes forays into Imported Wines

By  Lavina Kharkwal

Piero Massi, the famed Italian winemaker from Tuscany brought to Fratelli Wines, along with his technical expertise and passion, the most important quality needed in the business of wine making that is “ 790 more words

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