Category Archives: Philosophy

On SAGE Insight: What can Thomas Jefferson’s accounting records tell us about plantation management, slavery, and Enlightenment philosophy in colonial America?

From Accounting History The recent Special Issue of Accounting History focusses on Accounting and the Enlightenment. The term “Age of Enlightenment” generally refers to a period in Western history spanning from the late seventeenth century to the early nineteenth century, during … Continue reading

Posted in History, Philosophy, SAGE Insight | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

On SAGE Insight: In honor of National Library Week, check out these free articles on data  literacy & data management plans

From Journal of Librarianship and Information Science and IFLA Journal  Data literacy for researchers and data librarians: This paper aims to paint a picture of the importance of data, to give insight into the related behavior of the research community … Continue reading

Posted in Information Science, Philosophy, Research Methods, SAGE Insight | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

On SAGE Insight: Online Special Issue: Agnes Heller

Guest Edited by John Rundell From Thesis Eleven This online special issue is a collection of papers written by Agnes Heller for Thesis Eleven. These works extend over a period of 35 years and were written in the context of … Continue reading

Posted in Philosophy, Politics, SAGE Insight | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Exploring the links between media and the changing memories of the 2005 London bombings

Special Issue: Remembering the 2005 London bombings: Media, memory, commemoration From Memory Studies This month marks the sixth anniversary of the ‘7/7’ bombings. The attack was unprecedented and was the deadliest act of terrorism the UK has suffered since the Lockerbie … Continue reading

Posted in Anthropology, History, Philosophy, SAGE Insight | Tagged , , , , , , | Comments Off on Exploring the links between media and the changing memories of the 2005 London bombings