Parents could hold the key to the future prosperity of Gaelic in Scotland – even if they do not speak the language themselves, according to research led at the University of Strathclyde.
The continued division of Cyprus suits Britain’s geopolitical interests, as well as those of world powers that see the Mediterranean island as a useful pawn in a longstanding game of chess. Darren Loucaides reports from a country that wants to determine its own future.
U.S. Embassy – Cairo
March 8, 2017
CAIRO – On the occasion of March 8, International Women’s Day, the U.S. Embassy in Cairo convened a symposium to celebrate the publication of the book Daughters of the Nile. Compiled by Professor Samia Spencer of Auburn University, Daughters of the Nile features the stories of 38 Egyptian women whose bold visions have helped promote change. Organized in collaboration with the Women’s Association of Cairo, the symposium featured panel discussions with several of the women profiled in the book. Al Arabiya Cairo Bureau Chief Randa Abu Al-Azm moderated the discussions, and Hoda Badran, Head of the Egyptian Feminist Union, delivered closing remarks.
Dr. Netanel Fisher is a visiting scholar at the Kohelet Forum and at the Israel’s Open University. Dr. Fisher holds a PhD from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He has served as an adjunct scholar at the University of Pennsylvania and at Hebrew University and as an Associate Researcher at the Israel Democracy Institute. This exchange focuses on Becoming Jewish, a new book edited by Dr. Fisher and Professor Tudor Parfitt (Cambridge Scholars Publishing). In the next installments we will also be speaking to Professor Parfitt.
City based Assistant Professor Anupam Vatsyayan’s book that has been recently published from United Kingdom was released by Salma Ansari, wife of the Vice President of India Mohammad Hamid Ansari, at the Vice President House in New Delhi.
Library of Social Science’s 2017 Book Exhibit Schedule is firming up. Below are conferences already confirmed. More will be added. Please scroll down and take a look. From the wide range of conferences held each year in the social sciences, we select only the best, most focused and serious ones—those attracting the most prominent, influential scholars and professionals.
ISPIM Innovation Management Dissertation Award 2017
Our community relies on the current crop of PhD researchers to develop the insights, theories and tools to shape the future of innovation management thinking and action. The ISPIM Innovation Management Dissertation Award, sponsored by Innovation Leaders and Wiley will reward this endeavour. Authors of the best three dissertations, as selected by the Scientific Panel, will be able to attend the ISPIM Conference in June 2017 for free. Additionally, the winner will receive a prize of EUR 2500, and the runners-up EUR 1500 each, courtesy of Innovation Leaders and Wiley.