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Sarah Brouillette
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Sarah Brouillette 42m
- mom I figured out what I'm gonna do when I grow up - oh do tell - I'll live with you and take care of you when you are old and sick - oh, thanks babe 💘 - and just pop over to Italy once in a while to manage mob business - I see
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Sarah Brouillette 2h
Replying to @LKonstan
nexus? network? system?
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Sarah Brouillette 3h
My ex has this very good book forthcoming. I half deserve credit for housework and childcare, and half deserve blame for otherwise being such a terrible, terrible spouse. So it cancels out.
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Cambridge Literature and Performance 11h
Join our exciting panel as they present new research on print and reading cultures in and four new books from the Elements in Publishing and Book Culture series. Register free:
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hannah 7h
describing specific personal interests and behavior as “capitalist” is super misleading bc capitalism isn’t an individual opt-out system it’s a total social structure
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Sarah Brouillette 6h
Replying to @tallsasian
kind of you to do this -- thank you
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Sarah Brouillette 7h
Replying to @tallsasian
Would you mind sharing a link to the recording when it is available? I had fully convinced myself this was at 4 PM *EST* until I clicked on the link to join the meeting. 😅
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Sarah Brouillette 24h
Replying to @kilojoule_
WE DO NOT TALK ABOUT THAT EVER AGAIN LOLOLOLOL
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Sarah Brouillette Dec 1
Replying to @TomKhruisehchev
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Sarah Brouillette Dec 1
Replying to @AFeralDavid
there will be no further stimulation this evening
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Sarah Brouillette Dec 1
Replying to @brouillettese
this crucial page from "King Arthur's Knight Quest" set us off
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Sarah Brouillette Dec 1
told kid the story of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight over dinner and HE IS LOSING HIS FUCKING MIND
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Sarah Brouillette Dec 1
parents will literally be like "we would rather get sick and die of Covid than have you not visit on this sentimental holiday that none of us have enjoyed spending together since the late 1980s"
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Aaron Benanav Dec 1
Sci-fi dystopia or a feel good Disney movie? Reinsurance firms lost lots of money in the pandemic because they underestimated the value—to governments—of human life. The inhumanity of it all!
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sangeeta ray Nov 30
Tomorrow at 4 pm PST tune in for a discussion on Runaway Genres with Richard Yarborough, Robin D.G.Kelley and Yogita Goyal !! The Zoom link for the book discussion is , with Meeting ID 988 4273 4397 and Passcode 438372.
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Angela Sterritt Nov 29
Fear of racism deters many Indigenous people from seeking medical treatment
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M. Gouldhawke ∞ Nov 30
Colonialism is a negative social/political determinant of health. Racism is not just beliefs and behaviours but political structures which reproduce racism in each new generation & in the material institutions of society.
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Charlotte Shane Nov 30
For , I ✍🏻 about TikTok, the pandemic, opportunities for joy, things of that nature: “There is no escape from what life is like but there are momentary reprieves from the worst of it, and those reprieves supply the gladdening required to endure.”
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Sarah Brouillette Nov 30
Replying to @dan_sinykin
also would have Wendy Griswold, Eva Illouz, and Laura Miller on any syllabus on the topic, all looking from a bit outside of the literary studies discipline(s)
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Max Fox Nov 30
We've liberated Issue 2
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