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Empire, Mission, Ecumenism, and Human Rights: “Religious Liberty” in Egypt, 1919–1956
Historians identify many connections between human rights and religion, including the influence of religious organizations on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Protestant ecumenicalExpand
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“Patriarchy” Reconsidered
As men’s studics and the more neutral sounding gcnder studics continue to grow and becomc increasingly institutionalized, it is appropriate periodically to re-evaluate lhe rich legacy of theory thatExpand
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A Glimpse into the Use of Dogs to Address Global Poaching, Overharvesting, and Trafficking of Aquatic Species
Unsustainable harvest and illegal trade of wild flora and fauna threatens many aquatic species and ecosystems. Detector dogs can be used to quickly and discreetly screen checked or handheld luggage,Expand
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British Missionaries and the End of Empire: East, Central, and Southern Africa, 1939-64
There are many histories of overseas mission and many histories of the last days of Great Britain s empire in Africa, but there has been no book-length study on the relationship between them untilExpand
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General Synod of the Scottish Episcopal Church
  • J. Stuart
  • Ecclesiastical Law Journal
  • 1 January 2018
The General Synod met at St Paul's and St George's Church in Edinburgh from 8 to 10 June. In his charge to Synod the Primus, the Most Revd David Chillingworth, called the Church to unity as itExpand
John Elliot Cairnes, John Stuart Mill and Ireland: some problems for political economy
In the early years of their friendship John Stuart Mill wrote that John Elliot Cairnes was 'one of the ablest of the distinguished men who have given lustre to the much-calumniated Irish colleges, asExpand
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