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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, Rachel
    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, Joseph; 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, Ben
    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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