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Danielle Alesi
PhD Candidate in History at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Studies animals in the 16th/17th c. Big fan of crocodiles. Black Lives Matter. she/her
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Kathleen Walker-Meikle 6h
Mega-thread for , highlighting the marvelous moggies in (recently digitised) Harley 6563, an early English 14th c. book of hours. Here's a black cat despondently playing a psaltery while stuffing a large mouse into its mouth (f. 43v) [1/10]
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Kent Animal Humanities Network 3h
Kaori’s book, 𝐈𝐦𝐩𝐞𝐫𝐢𝐚𝐥 𝐁𝐞𝐚𝐬𝐭 𝐅𝐚𝐛𝐥𝐞𝐬, is out now - as part of the Palgrave Studies in Animals and Literature series! The book is about fables, the British Empire, and features a few rats in boxes.
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Abby Mullen 24h
We can't assume that students know how to listen to podcasts, just like we don't assume they know how to read critically. Here are a few ideas for how to help.
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Danielle Alesi 21h
Wow. This is absolutely accurate.
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Madeline Steiner 21h
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ayanna jessica crystal legros Aug 5
I have zero regrets about coming to graduate school. It is a privilege to have time to think and work on yourself for six years straight. Does the system bother me? Yes. Am I happy about my work? Yes. There is space for both sentiments.
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Brian Maxson Aug 6
Check out the growing RSA Digital Resources page! The site has nearly 200 e-resources, with more added each day. If you know of a late medieval/Renaissance/early modern resource not yet listed, please let us know!
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Paula Arcari Aug 6
Upcoming webinar for the new Animal Salon-line: “Where Species don’t Meet", Thursday 10th September 2020, 7-8.30am BST (4pm Melbourne). Register here:
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Danielle Alesi Aug 6
Me: *has 24 hours before chapter is due* A Migraine:
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Danielle Alesi Aug 5
Finally was able to sit down today and read ‘s “Aztecs Abroad? Uncovering the Early Indigenous Atlantic” in The American Historical Review and my goodness, it is fantastic!
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Kathryn James May 9
Snail carrying world. Detail, titlepage engraving to Purchas his pilgrimes (1625); ,
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🌲 sydnee wagner 🌲 Aug 3
This is why it's important to support premodern critical race studies scholars! There are quite a few of us that are invested in studying the racial ideologies of print culture.
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Before Shakespeare Aug 3
Announcing the launch of Box Office Bears, a collaboration between & on the archaeology, DNA analysis & cultural history of animal-baiting. Post-doc job adverts out shortly. A blog and film introduce the project:
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Danielle Alesi Jul 31
Replying to @DavidBreeds
Never change Dave 😂
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Powell-Cotton Museum Jul 29
Drum roll please..... we are really excited to FINALLY be able to announce an exciting new project, launching in September 2020, ''Colonial Critters: Reinterpreting historical natural history displays for, and with, modern audiences' [1]
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Eladio Bobadilla Jul 28
The rubrics are now available in this Google Drive folder (please see the READ ME first): . The link is also in my profile!
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Sarah Luginbill Jul 28
Monk 1: draw a crocodile Monk 2: a crocodile? M1: yeah, they live in the water and have kind of short legs and a long tail. M2: oh okay. I can do that.
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Juilee Decker Jul 27
Yes, why is BIPOC author not mentioned in headline ? if her picture is shown!
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Danielle Alesi Jul 26
Replying to @NebraskaMegan
Wow this is very good 😂
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angrygradstudent Jul 24
I have a grad school joke, but it’s taking longer than I thought to finish it.
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