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[…] Professor in the English program at the Graduate Center, is using Social paper as he works on his new book. The chapter he’s offered for comment most recently is the last in his book–apparently […]
I love how much detail you put into this section! Need to do this for my project.
The timeline should speed up after test batches no?
can just one be your project? lol
Today’s Featured Paper
Turning Books Into Data: Creating a Historical Database of 20th Century Women Scientists in the U.S.
Viewing papers with the tag: medieval-comparative-literature Clear
A study of medieval and early modern oysters, posthumanism, and the problem of agency, which ultimately argues that oysters don’t need a ‘touch of anthropomorphism’ but rather that we need a ‘touch of oysterpomorphism.’