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REF 2014: results by subject

Were new research stars born? Who was helped or hurt by impact? Times Higher Education dissects the results by discipline

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The future of women-only universities Subscription

13 November 2014 | By Jon Marcus

Jon Marcus examines the decline of all-female institutions in the West and their rising popularity in the developing world

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Amnesia in the outback Subscription

27 November 2014 | By

An academic talks about her experience, the impact on her work and the long road to recovery

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Sir Steve Smith: 'One v-c said I’d done moral equivalent of invading Iraq'

THE speaks to the former UUK president, four years on from the tuition fee protests

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Beware ‘brain-based learning’ Subscription

12 December 2013

Enthusiasm for ‘neuroeducation’ risks blinding people to its potentially limited efficacy, argues Steven Rose

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The history of the Christmas truce Subscription

18 December 2014

In warfare, there has been a long tradition of Christmas truces. But peace and goodwill to all men has rarely outlasted New Year, writes A. W. Purdue


Electricity, directed by Bryn Higgins Subscription

11 December 2014

Agyness Deyn unflinchingly portrays a woman’s experience of epilepsy in this unconventional fairy tale

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The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies Subscription

27 November 2014

Roger Michell faced ethical as well as artistic issues in dramatising the vilification of an innocent eccentric questioned over a murder, he tells Richard Howells

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The Institute of Sexology, Wellcome Collection, London Subscription

20 November 2014

The pioneers who examined human sexual desire took personal risks to uncover the realities of sex, this exhibition shows. Fern Riddell writes

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A Song of Good and Evil, by Philippe Sands Subscription

13 November 2014 | By

A musical lecture explores the links between three men connected by the Nuremberg trials, writes Matthew Reisz

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Etty Hillesum: an intellectual woman ahead of her time Subscription

27 February 2014

Mary Evans on the insights into persecution, knowledge and sexuality of a Dutch Jewish writer killed in Auschwitz