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September 2020

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what is Byzantine Studies? - British Academy [very short]
a Phoney Normal? back to school and back to work - Oxford Blog
traffic calming or traffic removal? an East Oxford example - Oxford Blog
another outsider marvels at cycling in the Netherlands - HDCF
online virtual assemblies using the Polis social media tool - Guardian
a new look at the great Tang poets Li Bai and Tu Fu - NYROB
staying positive: lessons from Tromsø - Guardian
The Dutch Blueprint for Urban Vitality - Building the Cycling City [my review]
cycling in town centres: a UK perspective - Ranty Highwayman
I've gone over to the dark side and started a new organisation - Oxford for Cars
protests in Inner Mongolia at restrictions on Mongolian in schools - NPR
"an approach that has emerged in the last decade that demands China's minority ethnic groups become more 'Chinese' by reducing or outright eliminating their limited cultural autonomy"
the American Mathematical Society has a 40% off textbooks sale in September - AMS [with reasonable international shipping rates]
the Polish language: a cheatsheet for beginners - Culture.PL
the dangers and challenges of salmon farming - Guardian
making a child-friendly city - CityFix
unsustainable new housing in Sydney - Bloomberg
"single-glazed, black-roofed properties crammed together with little natural greenery. Access to shops or services nearly always requires getting into the car"
an Oxford history of science walk - MHS [via @bigdamo]
The Fate of the World's Hugest, Fiercest, and Strangest Animals - End of the Megafauna [my review]
gas fields fuel conflict in the Aegean - Guardian
is the UK the most corrupt country in the world? - Guardian
a survey of Oxford's existing Low Traffic Neighbourhoods - Oxford Blog
art history for children - Vincent's Starry Night + A Journey Through Art [my review]
Mastery in Primary Mathematics [my review]
evidence on the effects of low traffic neighbourhoods - RachelAldred
a disposable computer to read a pregnancy test strip just once - @Foone [via @phaseit]
footways and cycle tracks don't need kerbs! - RantyHighwayman
fake martial arts - Carcinisation [via Cosma]
teaching place value in primary schools - ThirdSpaceLearning [via @Suchmo83 and @MrEFinch]

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