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Link "Oh, you liar, you storyteller": On Fibbing, Fact and Fabulation

Oxford Centre for Life-Writing podcast of the first Weinrebe lecture in life-writing in which Professor Michèle Roberts offers a stimulating blend of moving personal accounts, and thought-provoking reflections on the theory of life-writing....

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Link "Pointed Roofs" by Dorothy Richardson

The full text of "Pointed Roofs" by Dorothy Richardson

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Document "Prolegomena etc." (Handout 2)

Exploring the title; and notes about the analytical and synthetical methods.

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Link "The Psychology of Learning and Behavior" - Online Course by The Saylor Foundation

This is a link to a course entitled "The Psychology of Learning and Behavior" by The Saylor Foundation The course introduces the principles of learning and behaviour by surveying relevant theoretical and empirical approaches within psychology....

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Document 'Attar booklist

A short bibliography of translations of 'Attar's work in English.

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Link 'Bitesize' German

A BBC course for GCSE students with Listening and Reading speaking and writing basic and higher levels of German including basic Grammar

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Link 'Die Verwandlung' gap-fill exercise

A gap-fill exercise to practice adjective endings, using the opening passage of Franz Kafka's famous novella 'Die Verwandlung'. Suitable for advanced (A-level and above) learners of German. Answers are provided. This was devised by Dr.Katy Heady...

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Document 'Iraqi: Sufi views of Love

A selection of important discussion about love, focusing on the Konya school that studied and carried on Ibn 'Arabi's teachings: extracts from Sadr al-din al-Qunawi (Ibn 'Arabi's stepson and heir), Sa'd al-din Farghani (Qunawi's student) and '...

Stephen Hirtenstein view
Image collection french cartoon on victorian imperialisn

A French cartoon satirising the supposed duplicity of British interests in Africa, from 1898.

(my photo)

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Document 'Of the Original Contract': Outline (Handout 7)

An attempt to summarise the essay.

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Document 'Shades Of Meaning': The Significance Of Hair Colour In Braddon's Lady Audley's Secret (1862) And Rossetti's Lady Lilith (1866–68, Altered 1872–73), Jessica Lenihan

In a culture obsessed with physiognomy, where the Victorian female body was a canvas of symbols to be read, the portrayal of hair – and particularly hair colour – was a powerful means of characterising women in both literature and art. The 'fair-...

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Document 'The Dialectic of Pure Reason' (§45) (Handout 9)

Background information about constitutive/regulative principles, the first paralogism and antinomy as examples, and the idea/ideal distinction.

Peter Wyss view
Document 'Who am I?' - Essay questions

Essay questions for the course 'Who am I?'

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Document 'Who am I?' - Resources

List of readings and other resources for the course 'Who am I?'

Andrea Lechler view
Link 100 actividades educativas online sobre ortografia, acentuacion y puntuacion para primaria en Humano Digital.

100 educational online activites to work Spanish ortography,accentuation and punctuation. The activities are oriented for Spanish speaking students at school but some of them provide useful resources that may be used or adapted for ELE class.

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Link 18th CENTURY LONDON - MAP

This link takes you to an intuitive GIS interface enabling researchers to map and visualize textual and artefactual data relating to seventeenth and eighteenth-century London against John Rocque’s 1746 map of London and the first accurate modern...

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Link 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century

Open-access peer-reviewed journal on nineteenth-century literature and culture.

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Link 19th Century France: A Visual Resource

This website presents an overview of nineteenth-century French visual culture in relation to history, literature and social changes. Presented on the COERLL website. Project manager of this resource: Alex Wettlaufer.

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Link 2012 British Graduate Shakespeare Conference

The Shakespeare Institute’s 2012 Graduate Conference. Includes lectures and discussions on the plays.

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Link 255 actividades gratuitas para trabajar la gramatica en el aula en Humano Digital

Humano Digital is an Argentinian CC website that covers different issues such as technology, art, science, Internet and TICS, … and education.
This resource offers what the title says: 255 free activities to work Spanish grammar. It is good...

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