In early modern England, infanticide was a common crime. Between 1559 and 1688, some 147 defendants were put on trial for committing such an act. However, infanticide was seen as a ‘single woman’s crime’, with the majority of female defendants being unmarried. This blog post will observe the act of infanticide, as well as observing […]
“On Earth, human activities are changing the natural greenhouse,” NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) claims. Humans’ actions of burning fossil fuels for energy increase the carbon dioxide concentration that remains trapped in our atmosphere, which increases the temperature of our planet. Statics shows that climate change is real, and it is happening because of […]
Last detainees leave Campsfield House immigration detention centre. By Naomi Herring @OxMailNaomiH Reporter covering Bicester. Call me on … from Google Alert – immigration https://ift.tt/2zXqURU via IFTTT
This has been a photograph-heavy week in the past few days I have shared images of: Snow in Wake Forest… Spectacular birds… The Year in review. So today I’m limiting myself to just four that help to tell today’s story. I have to start with the children. They’ve been enjoying snow days in Richmond too, […]
In the Fall semester of 2018 I taught a new course entitled The Global Politics of the End of the World (As We Know It). What follows is my account of teaching this course, informed by student comments and suggestions.
Forget ice dragons, ice spiders might be coming to Game of Thrones…and your nightmares. Old Nan told viewers (and Bran Stark) of the ice spiders back in season one. She said back in the day the White Walkers would hunt with packs of huge ice spiders. These ice spiders cover the upcoming 2020 calendar for […]
The word underestimate has been on my heart a lot this year. I think it is one of the words that God knew that I needed to hear repeatedly. Mostly because I think he knew that I needed to stop underestimating him. When we are here on earth, the nature of our being tells us […]
Book review, from Tokyo – A century has passed since the end of the first great war. Some say the peace treaty gave the world a short 30-year hiatus before the next one, one that was also fought in Asia. Hundred years seem a short time in our shared history, but how many real-life accounts […]
Libros escritos para un publicista. 1. Creatividad S.A – Ed catmull 2. El consumidor es el medio – Fernando Anzures 3. Ad Land ( A global history of advertising) – Mark Tungate 4. Soap, Sex and Cigarettes – Jullian Sivulka 5. ¿Qué es el branding? – Matthew Haley 6. How brands become Icons – Douglas […]
We can prepare for climate change. Let’s take these simple steps to learn from past failures and build a better future. Here are five suggestions.
Photo Professional: Naomi Davidoff Speciality: Program Manager Location: Maryland Art Place Date: Wednesday, October 17th, 2018 Objective Description: On Wednesday, October 17th, TBC cancelled on us for this week so we visited Maryland Art Place. Maryland Art Place offers a variety of opportunities to artists throughout the year ranging from exhibition open submissions and general calls for entry. Below is […]
How many versions and stories have you heard taught about the virtuous woman? Proverbs 31:10 “Who can find a virtuous woman? For her price is far above rubies.” The thing I would like to point out in this verse is that is says “Who can find a virtuous woman?” Just remember just because it is […]
Christmas is so close! If you’re looking for presents from small business, British businesses or black-owned businesses, look no further! I’ve included some luxury gift ideas too so that should be all bases covered. Pat McGrath Labs I love everything I have bought from the original Pat McGrath Labs range. She has now stopped doing […]
[Click here to view the video in this article] Tennis player Serena Williams has made history for being the first woman to flaunt cornrows on the cover of Teen Vogue magazine. Williams paired her cornrows with a coral jacket and gold earrings, looking powerful and beautiful on the December cover issue. “We put cornrows on […]
Rating: 4 stars out 5 1899, political tensions are rising with the emergence of the Boxer Movement in Northern China, straining ties between the Chinese Imperial Government and the Eight Nations with stakes in the country. As a Captain in the Royal Marines, Alfred Cartwright is deployed to Shanghai, where he discovers more than he’d […]
https://www.acerislaw.com/ Disputes investment for US firms | Naomi Jeffreys | Featured – CDR News Magazine – Disputes investment for US firms | Naomi Jeffreys | Featured CDR News Magazine King & Spalding, Arnold & Porter, Sidley Austin and Arnold & Porter have expanded their disputes practices in the United States and Europe. http://ow.ly/b2Cj50jWCI4