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CFP - ANNUAL BAVS CONFERENCE: Consuming (the) Victorians, 31 Aug-2 Sep, Cardiff University

The Victorian age saw the emergence of ‘modern’ consumer culture: in urban life, commerce, literature, art, science and medicine, entertainment, the leisure and tourist industries. The expansion and proliferation of new mass markets and inessential goods opened up pleasurable and democratising forms of consumption while also raising anxieties about urban space, the collapse of social and gendered boundaries, the pollution of domestic and public life, the degeneration of the moral and social health of the nation. 581 more words

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NCAAFB Week 13: Pure Parody

With the College football season hitting crunch-time, where are we in the 2015 season? Strange question considering it’s Week 13, right? Wrong. This year is shaping up like the current GOP Primary race. 290 more words


The Game: Michigan vs. Ohio State

Michigan and Ohio State have had some memorable matchups over the years, and now, this is the biggest rivalry in College Football history. This year could be the most exciting matchup in the rivalry, as Ohio State comes off what might be a playoff berth-ending loss to Michigan State, and Michigan tries to convince the College Football Playoff Committee that they should be in it as a 2-loss team. 265 more words


With Baylor loss, Oklahoma/Oklahoma State will decide Big 12 title

FORT WORTH _ TCU’s double-overtime, 28-21 win over Baylor in a chilly downpour Friday night sets up Saturday’s winner between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State as the Big 12 champion. 154 more words


Re-Sounding Voices: Women, Silence, and the Production of Knowledge (CFP 15th January, Conference 8th March)

This one-day conference on 8th March will celebrate International Women’s Day 2016 by considering the ways in which women have been marginalised in the canon of arts, sciences, and the teaching syllabus. 699 more words


Week 13 CFP Rankings Reaction

There were some big shake ups in the rankings thanks to Ohio State’s loss and Baylor’s win. Clemson and Alabama stayed at the top, but there is sure to be more chaos with rivalry week coming up. 178 more words

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Are Your Gay Friends Making You Poor?

The LGBT community has created a huge group of extremely successful people. On the other hand, being successful, accumulating real wealth and employing financial savvy don’t always go hand in hand. 1,262 more words