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  • Benedict Richard O'Gorman Anderson (August 26, 1936 – December 13, 2015) was a political scientist and historian, best known for his 1983 book Imagined
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  • of Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union. Nations, to Benedict Anderson, are imagined.The idea of the "imagined community" is that a nation
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  • Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism is a book by Benedict Anderson. It introduces a popular concept in political sciences and sociology
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  • community is a concept developed by Benedict Anderson in his 1983 book Imagined Communities, to analyze nationalism. Anderson depicts a nation as a socially
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  • political scientist Benedict Anderson (1936–2015). Anderson was born in 1938 in London. His father, James Carew O'Gorman Anderson (1893–1946), known
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  • October 4, 2006.  "Gillian Anderson CBC Interview". Retrieved September 3, 2015.  "Benedict Cumberbatch and Gillian Anderson do it by the book". The Guardian
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  • to the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace.In 2007, Pope Benedict XVI named Anderson as a member of the Pontifical Council for the Family and as a
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  • Streetcar Named Desire, again collaborating with Benedict Andrews at the Young Vic, alongside Gillian Anderson as Blanche and Ben Foster as Stanley. She won
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  • Ruth Fulton Benedict (June 5, 1887 – September 17, 1948) was an American anthropologist and folklorist. She was born in New York City, attended Vassar
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  • television series Bonanza starring John Ireland, Robert Fuller, Barbara Anderson, Michael Landon Jr., Brian A. Smith and John Amos. None of the characters
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  • 1885–1951), Prime Minister of Australia Benedict J. Semmes, Jr. (1913–1994), American admiral Benedict Anderson (born 1936), American professor emeritus
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  • Benjamin or Ben Anderson may refer to: Benedict Anderson (1936–2015), professor emeritus of International Studies at Cornell University Ben Anderson (actor),
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  • emerged. Anderson argued that the first European nation-states were thus formed around their "national print-languages." The term was coined by Benedict Anderson
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  • Caprice screenwriter R.F.I. Porto was brought on to revise the script. Benedict Cumberbatch and Will Poulter were originally cast but they dropped out
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  • Marian Anderson (February 27, 1897 – April 8, 1993) was an African-American contralto and one of the most celebrated singers of the twentieth century.
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  • Georgia and Ohio. The descendents of American Revolutionary War general Benedict Arnold in Great Britain, while not particularly politically active, also
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  • cristatipes (Faxon, 1893) Lithodes Latreille, 1806 Lithodes aequispinus J. E. Benedict, 1895 – golden king crab Lithodes aotearoa Ahyong, 2010 Lithodes australiensis
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  • Tapping Idris Elba and Benedict Cumberbatch, the Titans of TIFF | National Post Jarvis, Alice-Azania (29 January 2011). "Benedict Cumberbatch: Success
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  • or aesthetically significant". Wealthy Texas rancher Jordan "Bick" Benedict Jr. travels to Maryland to buy a horse. There he meets and courts socialite
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  • previously adapted as the stage play and BBC drama Breaking the Code). It stars Benedict Cumberbatch as real-life British cryptanalyst Alan Turing, who decrypted
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