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James L. Smith
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Julie Mullaney 14h
Wordsworth in Ireland.
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Gothic Nature Journal Aug 6
August GN blog! reviews Trophy Dark, an indie storytelling game with an ecoGothic twist. Following a group of doomed treasure-hunters entering a hostile environment, Trophy Dark will appeal to both new and experienced gamers:
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Sparkles the OA Dog Aug 6
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Ports, Past and Present 16h
Today’s story by Brendan C. Yen tells of & his Irish Tour adventures. A story that takes us back to 1829 & the realities of travelling across the
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James L. Smith Aug 6
Thanks for bringing something so great into the world Jesse! The community are kindred spirits.
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Jesse Ross Aug 6
I am very humbled by this extremely thorough and kind Trophy Dark review by for the Gothic Nature Journal. Check it out!
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Environment+Society Aug 6
Reminder: Arcadia has a new thematic collection! History of technology meets environmental history in Technology and Expertise, curated by William San Martin. Don't miss our deadline on August 20th!
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Prof Dolly Jørgensen Aug 6
This discussion with me as editor of & the editors of is now available online for your viewing pleasure whenever:
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Ben Spatz Aug 6
Friends! This is my life work so far. Everything else was prelude.
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punctum🌞books Aug 6
OUT NOW "Making a Laboratory" by proposes a novel approach to the laboratory of the performance space, reconfiguring through ethics and a queer adaptation of Grotowski's "poor theater."
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Kirsty Bolton Aug 6
This sounds so exciting and Rachel is amazing, so I know it will be great. Call for Papers: Creative histories at Leeds IMC – Rachel E. Moss
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OpenLibHums Aug 6
Spotlight on Open Library of Humanities - shortlisted for the 2020 ALPSP/  Awards for in
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Thomas Waller Aug 6
My article 'The Blue Cultural Fix: Water-Spirits and World-Ecology in Jorge Amado's Mar Morto and Pepetela's O Desejo de Kianda' is now available as part of a special issue of Humanities on 'World Literature and the Blue Humanities'. Check it out below!
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Dr Alex Campbell Aug 6
Our special issue of Humanities is slowly making its way into the world! Thread to follow in the next wee while with details of all our fab contributors:
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Katie Ritson Aug 6
The whole special issue on World Literature and ist now online & open-access - I'm so excited to read the work of my fellow contributors after our discussions at Warwick Uni last year.
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Streams Conference 2020 Aug 6
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Ports, Past and Present Aug 6
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HKB, PhD Aug 6
My article 'The Water Wars Novel' was just published in Humanities. It's open access and you can read it here:
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James L. Smith Aug 5
Replying to @EHopeDoherty
Yep I had one too. It's all about the loss of perspective coupled with progress, I think. This might also be useful for context: .
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ASEH Aug 4
Exciting announcement! The ASEH is coordinating virtual teaching exchanges for the fall. If you would like to have another historian give a guest lecture in your class in exchange for your guest lecture in their class, shoot us a DM!
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