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Classical Studies - Journals blog

  • Jan Haywood – my favourite articles from JHS
  • 13 June 2018, Jan Haywood
  • I am delighted to join the Journal of Hellenic Studies team, working jointly as Reviews Editor with Dr Fiona Hobden, Senior Lecturer in Greek Culture at the...

Classical Studies - Books blog

  • The Holocaust and New World Slavery
  • 14 June 2019, Gouri Kumar Panda
  • It is almost inevitable that conversations regarding the Holocaust will generate questions of comparison to other historical instances of mass death. And, conversely,...
  • Is Religion-State Separation Possible in Islam?
  • 13 June 2019, Paris West
  • In both academia and the media, a well-known perception is that Christianity essentially embraces religion-state separation whereas Islam essentially rejects...
  • The Remote Causes of Terrorism
  • 24 April 2019, Paris West
  • Indeed, terrorism is a top priority for security. Most security studies focus on how to prevent terrorist attacks, analyzing the ways in which terrorist groups...