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I am very interested in finding out how I can use some of the presentations in my teaching but also in the faculty trainings I organize for those interested in glboal humanities.

It would be most helpful if we could create an area called "global humanities" for presenters to post and for discussions in general.

Thanks.

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  I fully support this suggestion of yours, dear Rita. It would be very helpful for us - teachers, and we can benefit from distance education. 

Go for it! You can start a group for this purpose!

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