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Stephen Crawford

New book sheds light on doubts about Shakespeare’s First Folio authorship

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A new book launched this month, April 2016, entitled ’Shakespeare Unravelled. Court plays: the 1623 deception’ delves into the rich history and controversy surrounding William Shakespeare’s First Folio of 1623. The book argues that the plays in this publication were brought together because of their significance for the Sidney-Herbert family,…

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Friendly workplaces are less innovative

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Work friendships can contribute to a lack of creative diversity in the office, according to new research from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University.\‘Relational capital and individual exploration: Unravelling the influence of goal alignment and knowledge acquisition’, a paper that examines the double-edged sword of friendships between colleagues, has revealed that…

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The Kelpies

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One of my creative passions is photography. I don’t consider myself to be a good photographer by any means, but it is something I enjoy as it gets me out and away from my trusted Mac for a short time. The Kelpies are fast becoming one of Scotland’s top visitor...
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