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The Lycian Way: Ancient Path of the Mediterranean

Travellers have been walking the Lycian Way along the Mediterranean coast of Turkey since the late bronze Age. Since then the Persians and Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, pirates and Turks have all laid claim to it, often more than once. The Lycian Way is about 540 km long and passes through historic sites, towns and amphitheatres, such as Xanthos,... [More]
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<p>Travellers have been walking the Lycian Way along the Mediterranean coast of Turkey since the late bronze Age. Since then the Persians and Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, pirates and Turks have all

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29 Jul

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Jean Twenge: Why Super-Connected Kids are Unprepared for Adulthood

Jean Twenge's book of 2017 is entitled iGen: Why Today's Super-Connected Kids Are Growing Up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy – and Completely Unprepared for Adulthood – and What That Means for the Rest of Us. Twenge is an American psychologist at San Diego State University whose work examines generational differences in work attitudes,... [More]
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<p>Jean Twenge's book of 2017 is entitled <em>iGen: Why Today's Super-Connected Kids Are Growing Up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy – and Completely Unprepared for Adulthood – and What That

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01 Aug
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<p>Jean Twenge's book of 2017 is entitled <em>iGen: Why Today's Super-Connected Kids Are Growing Up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy – and Completely Unprepared for Adulthood – and What That

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03 Aug

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Greece in Focus - The Peloponnese

Formerly known as Morea, the Peloponnese peninsula warrants several days of thorough exploration. Apart from the archaeological site of ancient Olympia, there is the first modern Greek capital of Nafplio with its castle, to discover. The hidden village of Monemvasia, rugged coastlines, winding country roads, ancient olive groves, various battle... [More]
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<p>Formerly known as Morea, the Peloponnese peninsula warrants several days of thorough exploration. Apart from the archaeological site of ancient Olympia, there is the first modern Greek capital of

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02 Aug
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<p>Formerly known as Morea, the Peloponnese peninsula warrants several days of thorough exploration. Apart from the archaeological site of ancient Olympia, there is the first modern Greek capital of

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02 Aug

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The Journalism of Seymour Hersh: The Dark Side of Camelot, the My Lai Massacre and Abu Ghraib

Since 1970 Seymour Hersh (born in 1937 in Chicago) has spoken truth to the powerful. He has won many awards for investigative journalism. His observations about the Kennedy White House and his rise to power during the 1940s and 1950s are both fascinating and confronting. Hersh revealed details of the1968 My Lai Massacre two years after the event.... [More]
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<p>Since 1970 Seymour Hersh (born in 1937 in Chicago) has spoken truth to the powerful. He has won many awards for investigative journalism. His observations about the Kennedy White House and his rise

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05 Aug

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Lukianoff & Haidt: The Coddling of the American Mind

Greg Lukianoff (a First Amendment expert) and Jonathan Haidt (a world-famous social psychologist) are the co-authors of the 2018 book called ‘The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure’. They show how several of the new problems on American college campuses, such as threats to free... [More]
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<p>Greg Lukianoff (a First Amendment expert) and Jonathan Haidt (a world-famous social psychologist) are the co-authors of the 2018 book called ‘The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions

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15 Aug
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<p>Greg Lukianoff (a First Amendment expert) and Jonathan Haidt (a world-famous social psychologist) are the co-authors of the 2018 book called ‘The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions

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17 Aug

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Greece in Focus - Crete

Crete, the largest Greek island, belongs to the Top 5 islands in the Mediterranean Sea and is a haven for fans of archaeology and beach lovers alike. But the mountainous landscapes of the island’s interior have their charm, too. Birthplace and playground of Greek gods, the caves and canyons of Crete reek with mythology. The island capital of... [More]
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<p>Crete, the largest Greek island, belongs to the Top 5 islands in the Mediterranean Sea and is a haven for fans of archaeology and beach lovers alike. But the mountainous landscapes of the island’s

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16 Aug
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<p>Crete, the largest Greek island, belongs to the Top 5 islands in the Mediterranean Sea and is a haven for fans of archaeology and beach lovers alike. But the mountainous landscapes of the island’s

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16 Aug

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Climate Change, Climate Variability, and Two Summers from Hell

Australia is known as a land of droughts and flooding rains, a cycle largely driven by the “ocean modes” ENSO (El Nino/La Nina and the Southern Oscillation), and the recently identified Indian Ocean Dipole. These are examples of Climate Variability, and are the key drivers of our seasonal climate. However, Climate Change is driving both to more... [More]
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<p>Australia is known as a land of droughts and flooding rains, a cycle largely driven by the “ocean modes” ENSO (El Nino/La Nina and the Southern Oscillation), and the recently identified Indian

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17 Aug

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Thomas Harriot: Un-famous Genius

Thomas Harriot was an Elizabethan mathematician and scientist. He found employment with Walter Raleigh as his navigation specialist in his endeavours to found a colony on Roanoke Island in North America. There he studied the customs and religious practices of the local Algonquin Indians, and produced the first dictionary of a New World language.... [More]
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<p>Thomas Harriot was an Elizabethan mathematician and scientist. He found employment with Walter Raleigh as his navigation specialist in his endeavours to found a colony on Roanoke Island in North

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19 Aug

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Discovering the White Continent: From Terra Australis to Antarctica

What's like to be in Antarctica? Did you know the continent as a whole contains about 90% of the planet's freshwater ice and around 70% of the total fresh water on Earth? Discover the White Continent with its unique landscape, distinctive ecosystems and home to wildlife with their  inspiring stories of adaptability, resilience and cooperation.... [More]
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<p>What's like to be in Antarctica? Did you know the continent as a whole contains about 90% of the planet's freshwater ice and around 70% of the total fresh water on Earth? Discover the White

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20 Aug
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<p>What's like to be in Antarctica? Did you know the continent as a whole contains about 90% of the planet's freshwater ice and around 70% of the total fresh water on Earth? Discover the White

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13 Sep

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The Australian Overland Telegraph Line

On 22 August 1872 the construction of the Australian Overland Telegraph Line between Port Augusta in South Australia and Darwin in the Northern Territory was completed, connecting Australia to the rest of the world. Spanning more than 3,000km through barren outback terrain, this achievement is one of the highlights of 19th century Australian... [More]
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<p>On 22 August 1872 the construction of the Australian Overland Telegraph Line between Port Augusta in South Australia and Darwin in the Northern Territory was completed, connecting Australia to the

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26 Aug

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