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Archive Flashbacks : TLS

Welcome to the seventh Archive Flashback post! We have decided to slightly change the format of this blog series to focus on some of our individual titles. This week we bring you a glimpse into the extensive digital archive of The Times Literary Supplement. 

The TLS has been a highly acclaimed journal for decades, originally published in 1902 as a supplement to The Times. The serial then went on to form its own publication in 1914, publishing some of the … Keep Reading

Archive Flashbacks – Week Six

Welcome to the sixth week of archive flashbacks! This week we bring you a glimpse into how robots could transform our daily lives from Foreign Affairs, a fascinating article from The Musical Times analysing Beethoven’s Ninth and Andy Ridgeway shows us the hidden power of our brains in BBC Science Focus.

Foreign Affairs — July/August 2015

The Robots Are Coming

In this article, Daniela Rus explores how technological breakthroughs will transform everyday life and analyses the challenges that may arise as … Keep Reading

Archive Flashbacks – Week Five

It’s the fifth week of archive flashbacks! This week we bring you a political article on the 2019 election in Nigeria from African Business, a selection of poems written by Anjuli Raza Kolb from Fence magazine and a flashback to 1939 and the beginning of World War II from the extensive archive of The Tablet.

African Business — February 2019

Buhari Vs Abubakar

David Thomas examines Africa’s largest economy as they prepare to elect their next president. With unemployment soaring and GDP … Keep Reading

Archive Flashbacks – Week Four

Welcome to the fourth week of archive flashbacks! This week we bring you a trip back in time to The Byzantine Empire from Ancient History, a tribute to the inspirational figure Nelson Mandela from The Middle East Magazine and a glimpse into an ecologically sustainable creation from Green Magazine.

Ancient History — Issue 18

Mutilation as Punishment in the Byzantine Empire

Hareth Al Bustani delves into the ancient Byzantine system of using humiliating and violent mutilation as a form of punishment … Keep Reading

Archive Flashbacks – Week Three

It’s the third week of Archive Flashbacks! This week we bring you an important environmental article from Geographical, a look into the past from a 1973 issue of New Internationalist, and an interview with renowned politician Fadumo Dayib from New African Woman.

Geographical-March 2019

When The Wells Run Dry by Mark Rowe

Mark Rowe delves into the terrifying cost of scrapping the world’s ageing oil rigs in the most recent issue of Geographical Magazine and questions what to do with … Keep Reading

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