Philosophy & History

The Forgotten History of the US-Mexico Border Wall

President Trump’s plans to build a wall is only the latest in a long line of attempts to close the U.S.-Mexico border. But originally, these attempts were never meant to fence out Mexicans. Instead, they targeted a completely different group of immigrants.

Politics & Economics

Digital Leadership: 6 Key Management Challenges Today

Digital technologies are transforming the business world at a manic pace, and digital leadership is one of the latest buzzwords in face of the challenges caused by digitization. But does such a thing even exist? And if it does, what exactly does it mean?

Philosophy & History

Emmeline Pankhurst, Suffragette and Women’s Rights Icon

Emmeline Pankhurst has come to symbolize the fight for female suffrage in Britain and around the world – although some historians consider the militancy of the suffragette movement may have hindered the eventual granting of the vote for women.

Religion & Theology

Engaged Research: How Far Should We Go?

Jehovah’s Witnesses are banned in Russia and seek support from the academic community. How far should we go to help them? A comment on the dilemmas of engaged research.

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