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Sleeping Longer than 6.5 Hours a Night Associated with Cognitive Decline...

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By Greg Elder A good night’s sleep is important for many reasons. It helps our body repair itself and function as it should, and is linked to...
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COVID-19 Could Nudge Minds and Societies Towards Authoritarianism

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By Leor Zmigrod It is a little-known fact that humans have not one but two immune systems. The first, the biophysical immune system – the...

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Is this the end of trickle-down economics?

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By Graham Vanbergen The global pandemic has changed everything, highlighting the failures of economic policy that has dominated the Western world for the last 50...
Social Media

Asian Pop Culture May be Trending, But so is Anti-Asian Racism...

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By Katherine Lee From K-beauty to K-pop, Squid Game and Shang Chi, Asian pop culture is trending worldwide. Nancy Wang Yuen, a sociologist and author of Reel Inequality: Hollywood Actors...
artists and cultural industries

How to Help Artists and Cultural Industries Recover from the COVID-19...

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By Louis-Etienne Dubois, David Gauntlett, and Ramona Pringle To say that 2020 has been rough for the cultural and creative industries is an understatement. More...
Birds

How Poetry Can Help Us Understand the Urgency of the Climate...

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By Christina Thatcher I discovered Ellen Bass’ poem, Birdsong from My Patio, during the first UK lockdown. My garden hedge was stuffed with sparrows who seemed...
Arts Education

COVID-19 Threatens the Already Shaky Status of Arts Education in Schools

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By Ryan D. Shaw Parents can watch their kids draw and paint at home or perform in school music concerts and dance recitals. But...
Art in the Time of Coronavirus

The Importance of Art in the Time of Coronavirus

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People are dying, critical resources are stretched, the very essence of our freedom is shrinking – and yet we are moved inward, to the...
Supreme Court

Sovereigns in the Courtroom: Is the U.S. Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act...

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By Kiran Nasir Gore and Charles H. Camp How can a foreign sovereign be brought into an American courtroom to answer for its bad acts? This...
Zero Hunger

Emphasizing Zakat and Waqf for Global Zero Hunger

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By Randi Swandaru and Priyesta Rizkiningsih The significant global temperature rise in the last decade has derailed the world zero hunger attainment. The increase in...
UrbanTech Transformation

Veins and Wires: Reflections on UrbanTech Transformation

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By Dr Mike Cooray, Dr Rikke Duus and Marius Sylvestersen What kind of urban environment would you like to live in? In this article, we...

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