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Science, People & Politics
a scientically literate humanities quarterly

July - September 2014 (iss 3)
Late - still scheduled for issue 3, 2014

Exploring economic backdrop to international relations among UK, US, Argentina and Chile in 1950s
as context for IGY-1957/58 in Antarctica

April - June issue 2014, canceled


January-March 2014
ARCTIC FUTURES

OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2013
Ecojustice and biosecurity


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Editor

Helen Gavaghan
BSc (Hons)

Deputy editor

Martin Redfern
BSc (Hons)

MAGAZINE EDITORIAL ADVISORS

Paula Cleggett BA, MA, (general), Professor Graham Dutfield (international governance), Cynan Ellis-Evans BSc (hons) Ph.D, (science & policy), Fred Pearce FRSGS (geography/environment), Martin Redfern BSc (hons) (general).


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