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JSTOR 3h
In 1950, the U.S. State Department, led by James E. Webb, fired 91 employees because they were homosexual or suspected of being homosexual. Later, he led NASA - who plans to name a space telescope after Webb - and his controversial story has re-emerged.
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JSTOR 4h
Have you heard? We've partnered with to make historical South Asian materials freely available - including primary and secondary works such pamphlets, monographs, periodicals, fiction, poetry and more! This collection is open to all:
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JSTOR 9h
Today is the anniversary of the Jonestown mass suicide in 1978, which inspired a phrase so ubiquitous that we sometimes forget its origins.
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JSTOR Nov 15
NEW! We've partnered with to make historical South Asian materials freely available - including primary and secondary works such pamphlets, monographs, periodicals, fiction, poetry and more! This collection is open to all - explore more:
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ITHAKA Nov 15
Looking forward to a great event. Congrats to everyone on 50 years, and thanks for the amazing support of our work !
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Sara Wilf Nov 14
released thousands of materials from South Asia, including a section just on 👏 Currently reading the "Indian Ladies' Magazine" from 1917...
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JSTOR Nov 15
Replying to @kyledenlinger
We'd argue this is the exact right article but what do we know. 🦕 ❤️ 🦕
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JSTOR Nov 15
Missed our webinar on finding a scalable solution digitizing printed Arabic journals? Check out the recording!
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JSTOR Nov 15
A 1918 parade in Philadelphia spread the influenza outbreak and led to 12,000 deaths within six weeks.
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Institute of Historical Research Nov 15
How do historians get ready for , season 3? By reading 'The Family Firm: Monarchy, Mass Media and the British Public', by . New from IHR & . Available free & in p/b via & books
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JSTOR Nov 15
Hi there! Are you still having issues? We can pull in our colleagues
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JSTOR Nov 14
From Tofurky to the Impossible Burger, mock food is often an astonishing experience (...if not always a delicious one). New from !
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JSTOR Nov 14
Missed our webinar on finding a scalable solution digitizing printed Arabic journals? Check out the recording!
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JSTOR Nov 14
Replying to @sleeknightmare
We're so sorry, we can't right now! Hopefully one day.
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JSTOR Nov 13
*our new tag line, not logo. (Lesson: don't tweet and talk to your coworkers at the same time.)
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JSTOR Nov 13
Permission to submit "I have a JSTOR account, hard life experience, and infinite time" to our bosses as our new logo.
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JSTOR Nov 13
Replying to @rayfilar @JSTORSupport
Ack, this shouldn't be happening! Pulling in our support team , they are super helpful.
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JSTOR Nov 13
Our two favorite things (besides research) are and .
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JSTOR Nov 13
Replying to @yungsids
We support you.
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JSTOR Nov 12
Don't fear the arachnid in your home! 🕷️ 🕸️
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