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Articles with keyword "Twenty-first century"

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Death-Defying Merry-Go-Rounds and Knee-Scraping Climbing Bars Are Playground Memories of Many Americans

When a rocket you could climb or Cinderella's carriage inspired outdoor play

The South Dakota Symphony Orchestra performs in Music Unwound.

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Can Orchestras Be Reinvented as Humanities Institutions?

Music Unwound brings the humanities to the concert stage

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A Bhutanese Folktale Becomes a Children's Book in New Hampshire

Once upon a time, a pumpkin married a princess, and other fantastical events.

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Historians Disagree About Everything, or So It Seems

There is no shortage of ideas on how to teach American history.

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Love and Justice for Each: Martha C. Nussbaum Through the Eyes of a Friend and Colleague

Martha Nussbaum, a modern philosopher with a passion for Greek and Roman Classics

A standing portrait of Martha C. Nussbaum taken in January 2017.

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Martha C. Nussbaum Talks About the Humanities, Mythmaking, and International Development

Martha C. Nussbaum, the worldly philosopher

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The Rise of the Euroskeptic

A dollop of skepticism may be just the thing Europe needs.

Wynton Marsalis

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Wynton Marsalis

A musician and composer spreads the gospel of jazz.