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    #IWD2016 Academic Inspiration: ‘On Connectivity or What Reading Hannah Arendt Taught Me about the Relatedness of Things’ by Ninna Meier

#IWD2016 Academic Inspiration: ‘On Connectivity or What Reading Hannah Arendt Taught Me about the Relatedness of Things’ by Ninna Meier

What academics or books have inspired you in your writing and research, or helped to make sense of the […]

Academic Inspiration Winter eBook

Is there a special novel that you return to every Christmas Eve? Did a book given as a gift […]

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Since launching in April 2012 we’ve published over 30 short essays from academics on the books that have inspired […]

The books that inspired Ting Xu: “Law is not just located in the textbooks, cases, or statutes. Law is alive, and it is often changing”

Ting Xu is Research Fellow in the Economic History Department at the LSE. She has studied in both China and the UK. […]

The books that inspired Conor Gearty: “Plato’s Republic and Aristotle’s Politics had such a dramatic impact on me that I tried to dump law and read politics”

Conor Gearty is Professor of Human Rights Law at the London School of Economics. He is one of the pioneering […]

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