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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – The Sly Triangulations of Quentin Tarantino
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28 Aug

Thomas Cobb reviews Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, examining its themes, subtexts and place within the controversial director's canon

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Devolution and Nationalism in the UK
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20 Jul

Jonathan Headington explores the history of devolution in the UK and its relationship to nationalism in England, Scotland and Wales

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Pious Forgery:  How Islam Remade Its Origins in Its Own Image
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04 Jun

Henry Hopwood-Phillips gives a sceptical analysis of the origins of Islam and discusses one of the most controversial scholarly theories

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Medieval Islamic Sectarianism by Christine D. Baker
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01 Jun

Nigel Hillpaul reviews Dr Christine Baker's historical exploration of the development of the Sunni-Shia divide in Islam

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Christianity, Morality & Why Have Christians Done Bad Things?
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04 May

Jonathan Headington explores the history of Christianity and morality, and looks at why evil has been carried out in the faith's name

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The Emergence of the English by Susan Oosthuizen
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25 Apr

Nigel Hillpaul reviews Professor Susan Oosthuizen's critical analysis of the origin of the English ethnicity and the extent of its Anglo-Saxon underpinnings

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