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  • Portrayals and perceptions of AI and why they matter 

    Cave, Stephen; Craig, Claire; Dihal, Kanta; Dillon, Sarah; Montgomery, Jessica; Singler, Beth; Taylor, Lindsay (The Royal Society, 2018-12-11)
    How researchers, communicators, policymakers, and publics talk about technology matters. Shared understandings about the nature, promise and risks of new technologies develop through the explicit or implicit stories that ...
  • The Return of the "Spiritual Soldier": Rebecca West's Henry James 

    Bryan, RE
    Since Rebecca West’s death in 1983, her critical study Henry James (1916) has received a range of divergent, often antithetical, responses from those who frame it as the final act of the debate between the Master and West’s ...
  • On the Character of a 'Great Patriot': A New Essay Ascribed to Bolingbroke 

    Hone, J; Skjönsberg, Max (Cambridge University Press, 2018-07)
    This article presents the first addition in recent years to the canon of the British eighteenth-century statesman and political thinker Lord Bolingbroke (1678-1751), a manuscript essay 'On the Character of a Great Patriot'. ...
  • The Earliest Welsh Genealogies: Textual Layering and the Phenomenon of 'Pedigree Growth' 

    Guy, BD (Wiley-Blackwell, 2018)
    This article examines the ways in which early medieval genealogical texts might be augmented over time in order to reflect changing political situations. Two early ninth-century tracts from the kingdoms of Powys and Dyfed ...

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