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The Evolution of Stars

Why write a book about the stars? Of what use is their study? This book covers this ground with a number of anecdotes arising from the author’s almost 60 years’ experience as a research scientist who has worked with some of the largest telescopes in the world. The text exposes much of what is glossed over in the canned information ...

Reflections on War, Diplomacy, Human Rights and Liberalism

For most, the idea that extremist ideologies glorify warfare and commit crimes against humanity (even genocide) while ignoring human rights is the natural extension of their moral failings. As this volume outlines, liberal-democracies such as Australia (and others), routinely glorify war, and they may also, at various times, engage...

Empowering the Visibility of Croatian Cultural Heritage through the Digital Humanities

This volume brings together selected papers covering topics related to the contemporary cultural heritage research framework within the field of Digital Humanities (DH). Intended for scholars, students and practitioners, the book provides the reader with insights into the description and access, and digitization of cultural heritag...

Female Beauty and Male Attraction in Ancient Greece

This engaging study documents how ancient Greeks perceived the qualities of female hair as both alluring and attractive, and, therefore, seductive and dangerous. In this sense, ancient Greeks viewed feminine hair differently than it is perceived today. While modern culture can identify with ancient culture by considering a woman’s ...
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