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- The human condition through a tropical lens
- Paradigm change in the tropical world
- 'Deep time' and the tropics
- The fossil record
- Language and identity among the peoples of the tropics
- The impact of the industrial revolution in Europe in the eighteenth century on people of the tropics
- Transformations in writing, media or literacies
- Innovation in design or creativity in the tropics
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