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In this presentation, Ruth Gannon-Cook shows how Engaging Learners with Semiotics defines basic semiotic terms in a non-specialized and jargon-free way.

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In celebration of the publication of the first volume in Brill's new Handbook of Sufi Studies, we joined Alexander Knysh, Editor-in-Chief, for a discussion about the popularity of Sufism in the West, the relation of Sufi studies to adjacent disciplines, and the directions that the Handbook series will take in the future.

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Brad Kershner talks to Jim Rutt and The Integral Stage Authors Series about his book, Understanding Educational Complexity: Integrating Practices and Perspectives for 21st Century Leadership.

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Dina Stanković from Slavstvuyte! talks with Marc L. Greenberg about his recent publications, language contact, language privilege and much more.

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In this New Books Network podcast, Ana Beatriz Ribeiro discusses Modernization Dreams, Lusotropical Promises, her book with Candela Marini.

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On 15 October the Dutch academic publisher Brill published the translation of Prekmurje Slovene Grammar (in the original Hungarian: Vend nyelvtan), by Avgust Pavel, into English. This extensive linguistic study was translated and provided with scholarly annotations by the American linguist and professor of Slavic linguistics, Marc L. Greenberg, who also holds the titles of Corresponding Member of the Slovene Academy of Sciences and Arts and Ambassador of Science and Scholarship of the Republic of Slovenia.

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In celebration of relaunching the Encyclopaedia of the Qurʾān Online (part of the larger Qur'anic Studies Online), we sat down with its new Editor-in-Chief, Johanna Pink. We discussed recent developments in the field of Quranic studies, as well as new directions the Encyclopaedia of the Qurʾān will take in response to them.

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In recognition and celebration of the publication of Remembering May Fourth, we joined the book’s editor Carlos Yu-Kai Lin. We were fortunate to receive insight into the deep cultural and political history that arose from May Fourth and continues to influence Modern China.