Posts Tagged ‘historical’

Democracy Threatened When Census Undercounts Populations

The 2020 U.S. Census is still two years away, but experts and civil rights groups are already disputing the results. Professor Emily Merchant’s research on the international history of demography demonstrates that the question of how to equitably count the population is not new, nor is it unique to the United States.

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Megafauna of the UKSRL exploration contract area and eastern Clarion-Clipperton Zone in the Pacific Ocean: Echinodermata

Biodiversity Data Journal 5: e11794
DOI: 10.3897/BDJ.5.e11794
Authors: Diva Amon, Amanda Ziegler, Antonina Kremenetskaia, Christopher Mah, Rich Mooi, Tim O’Hara, David Pawson, Michel Roux, Craig Smith
Abstract: This paper gives the…

Language and cranial features linked, developed at same time?

From ScienceDaily: The formation of different languages and language groupings appears to have happened in the same broad period and geographical locations as the development of facial features in various human populations, according to linguistics professor, Gerhard Jäger, and paleoanthropologists, Professor Katerina Harvati and Dr. Hugo Reyes-Centeno. In their study, the researchers examined 265 skulls […]

Little words peg Marlowe as Shakespeare coauthor

New statistical analysis identifies Christopher Marlowe as a likely coauthor of all three of William […]

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