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Brianne Wenning , May 20th, 2021
Few things are more stereotypically British than discussing the weather. A sense of national pride seems to pervades this discussion. In fact, during our time in the UK…
Amy Clotworthy , August 31st, 2020
First published in 1940, Hans Scherfig’s The Stolen Spring (Det Forsømte Forår) is both a satirical crime novel and a wry social commentary. Through his description of a…
Rebecca_Irons , April 12th, 2020
SARA SALVATORI In this article, I will briefly describe my experiences during the two pandemics, swine flu and COVID-19, when I accidentally l…
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Silke Hoppe , September 24th, 2018
For my doctoral research, I interviewed family members living with a loved one with early-onset dementia, a diagnosis that one receives under the age of 65. Jans, not…