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The cleansing of the temple in early medieval Northumbria
Abstract While the attitudes of Stephen of Ripon and Bede toward church-buildings have previously been contrasted, this paper argues that both shared a vision of the church as a holy place, analogous
Algorithmic amplification of politics on Twitter
This study carries out the most comprehensive audit of an algorithmic recommender system and its effects on political content, revealing that the political right enjoys higher amplification compared to the political left and that algorithmic amplification favors right-leaning news sources.
Hwaetberht, Sicgfrith and the reforming of Wearmouth and Jarrow
This paper builds upon recent scholarship, exploring how Wearmouth‐Jarrow, founded as a ‘family monastery’ in the mainstream of early medieval Northumbrian monasticism, reformed itself to become the
The Long Affair: Thomas Jefferson and the French Revolution, 1785-1800
Certain to be as controversial and explosive as it is elegant and learned, "The Long Affair" is Conor Cruise O'Brien's examination of Jefferson, as man and icon, through the critical lens of the