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Finding Shackleton's ship: why our fascination with Antarctica endures

By Adrian Howkins, Reader in Environmental History, Department of History, University of Bristol
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It’s undoubtedly exciting news, but polar exploration has a poor record when it comes to diversity and we need to rethink the values and attitudes that underpin our fascination.The Conversation

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