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    • Confession, Sexuality, and Desire in the Decameron 

      Zhang, Yamei (2019-06-12)
      This essay discusses how in Boccaccio’s Decameron, the stories of I.1, III.3, VI.7, and VII.5 subvert the fundamentally religious and juridical activity – confession – to serve a wholly different and erotically-charged function. ...
    • Elections, Information, and Political Survival in Autocracies 

      Rozenas, Arturas (2012)
      Chapter 1: Forcing Consent: Information and Power in Non-Democratic Elections. Why do governments hold elections that lack credibility? What explains variation in repression levels across non-democratic elections? While ...