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Among our other topics, we have three themes running in Booklaunch 13: linguistics, cultural identity and imperial history. 

     Simon Prentis takes issue with Noam Chomsky and Lyle Campbell blurs the line between linguistics and sociology.

     Terri Givens explores liberalism's deafness to the black voice, David Stephenson looks at the rise of a Welsh medieval family and Duncan Clarke reassesses Rhodesians.

     And in a four-page pull-out, Harry Lott remembers life as a British engineer with imperial access between 1907 and 1933.



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