Nimble author Graeme Davis receives Dennison grant

Nimble author Graeme Davis has been awarded a Dennison Research Grant in connection with the Blick Mead Stonehenge excavation.

 The research funds are a benefaction by economist Prof Stanley Dennison (1912-1992). en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_R…@UniOfBuckingham

One of Nimble’s most prolific and competent authors with a dazzling range of interests and contributions in both popular and high culture.

Author: Graeme Davis
Re-Reading Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Re-Reading Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

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Re-reading 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' provides an insightful commentary which takes readers through the novel. It looks at such areas as literary quality, character analysis and plot analysis, while showing that the novel is contextualised within the British culture which informs it. The... More info →
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THE LOST SYMBOL – Found: Unauthorized Analysis of Dan Brown’s Novel

THE LOST SYMBOL – Found: Unauthorized Analysis of Dan Brown’s Novel

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From the Introduction: The Lost Symbol contains a big surprise. Not only is the lost symbol found within the context of the novel, but according to Dan Brown this lost symbol is out there for every one of us to find for ourselves. This is a book which he wants to have real impact on our lives. For... More info →
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Nicolas J.S. Davies: ~6M killed in recent US wars of choice

The latest from Nicolas J.S. Davies, author of an extremely well written Nimble book, Blood on Our Hands (2010):

In the first two parts of this report, I have estimated that about 2.4 million people have been killed as a result of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, while about 1.2 million have been killed in Afghanistan and Pakistan as a result of the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan.  In the third and final part of this report, I will estimate how many people have been killed as a result of U.S. military and CIA interventions in Libya, Syria, Somalia and Yemen.

Source: How Many Millions Have Been Killed in America’s Post-9/11 Wars? Part 3: Libya, Syria, Somalia and Yemen – Consortiumnews