Monthly Archives: November 2016

Post-Truth and Fake News

There has been a lot of media attention recently on the concept of fake news and the Oxford dictionary has even made ‘post-truth’ the international word of the year. So, what does all this mean? Post-Truths Let’s start with ‘post-truth’. … Continue reading

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Book tips on diversity and democracy

With the current global events many people are feeling worried about what the future may hold. Many of us also have questions and are perhaps confused by what the media and what high profile individuals are saying. Understanding foreign election … Continue reading

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The ISGR/IHGR library wishes you a pleasant autumn and/or reading holiday!

The reading holiday (läslovet) concept is fairly new, but has spread rapidly in Sweden. Originally it was launched by the bookshops Bonnier and Akademibokhandeln, but nowadays it is driven by the Reading Organisation (läsrörelsen), a reading promotion organization. What does … Continue reading

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