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Link Advanced Japanese I

This material was designed at MIT for advanced learners of Japanese. The study material section gives you a list of kanji with readings, meanings, and usage examples. The list also shows you how kanji look in handwriting.

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Link Advanced Japanese II

This material was designed at MIT for advanced learners of Japanese. The related resources section gives you a list of links to websites that are useful to learning Japanese, including major Japanese news sites.

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Link Advanced Political Economy

Series of lectures on Advanced Political Economy by Professor Steven Keen of the University of Western Sydney.
Powerpoint and Audio Visual lectures considering the failure of neoclassical economics in the light of the global credit crunch...

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Link Advances in the Study of Human Cognitive Evolution

A lecture series comprising 11 lectures on human cognition covering a wide range of topics including the evolution of language, neuroscience and primate behaviour. Produced by the University of Oxford.

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Link AEGEAN PREHISTORIC ARCHAEOLOGY: CHRONOLOGY & TERMINOLOGY

There is a useful Guide to Chronology and Terminology on Dartmouth College’s Aegean Prehistoric Archaeology website.

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Link AEMILIUS AEMILIANUS (253 CE)

This link takes you to a coin of Aemilius Aemilianus on the Portable Antiquities Scheme website, where you will find other useful links and information about him.

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Link African American Literature

Online course on African American literature from early oral narratives to present-day writing.

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Link African Art

A very thorough, if rather dry, resource which offers extensive coverage of all aspects of the subject area. Heavily dependent upon text-based readings, as opposed to inter-active or visual resources.

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Document African hominins

List of hominin species found in Africa

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Document African hominins

List of hominin species found in Africa

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Document Agricultural revolution week 1 slides

Introduction

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Link AJALT Online Japanese Learning Resources

AJALT (Association for Japanese Language Teaching) is an association that develops various Japanese textbooks including Japanese for Busy People. Their online resources include a good list of kanji, crossword puzzles, Japanese blogs, and...

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Link Al bar

Activities to order drinks and snacks at the bar.

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Link al-Tafsir

The al-Tafsīr website, maintained by the Royal Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought in Jordan, provides the original Arabic of over 100 Islamic texts, primarily works of Qur'anic exegesis (tafsir) from all the major schools of Islamic...

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Link Alan Hollinghurst, in conversation with Hermione Lee

Oxford Centre for Life-Writing podcast of discussion between Hermione Lee and the Booker Prize-winning novelist Alan Hollighurst about the relationship between fiction and auto/biography. Discussion was one of the Weinrebe Lectures in Life-...

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Link ALARIC IN ATHENS

This link takes you to an image of Alaric in Athens by Ludwig Thiersch.

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Document Albert Camus' The Plague

Short extracts from Camus' seminal work for criticism and review.

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Document Alexander Solzhenitsyn's One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich

Short extracts from Solzhenitsyn's seminal novel for criticism and review.

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Document Alive, yet dead: Mourning in the Victorian period, Sandra Franz

This article explores the attitude towards death through two different sources – a photograph of parents posing with their deceased infant as an example of post­mortem photography and Alfred Lord Tennyson’s elegies In Memoriam published...

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Link Alkhazina

'Alkhazina' is an intelligent, well-balanced and therefore much-needed database on Islamic culture in the Middle East. Developed as a teaching resource by Princeton University, it concentrates on Islamic civilisation from the 8th till the 14th...

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