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  • Minimum spanning tree analysis of the human connectome 

    van Dellen, E; Sommer, IE; Bohlken, MM; Tewarie, P; Draaisma, L; Zalesky, A; Di Biase, M; Brown, JA; Douw, L; Otte, WM; ... (WILEY, 2018-06-01)
    One of the challenges of brain network analysis is to directly compare network organization between subjects, irrespective of the number or strength of connections. In this study, we used minimum spanning tree (MST; a ...
  • Is there anything "toxic" about femininity? The rigid femininities that keep us locked in 

    McCann, H (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2020-07-05)
    In recent years there has been rising popular discourse around ‘toxic masculinity’, and the problems of a hegemonic gender structure that facilitates male violence and misogyny. In the public debate over whether toxic ...
  • Not Not. A Note on the Figures of Power in Giorgio Agamben 

    Clemens, J (Università degli Studi di Trieste, 2020-12-13)
    When one starts to read the work of Giorgio Agamben, one cannot not be struck by his erudition, his eye for previously overlooked or under-interpreted details in the philosophical, political, artistic and legal archives, ...

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