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Erin Bartram
Historian of religion & gender in the 19th c US, drinker of tea in the 21st c US. Editor . She/her.
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Erin Bartram 6h
Replying to @davidsilkenat
Agreed--I was just taking the persistence of those road names as a sign that maybe the loyalists who remained snuck things through. There's some Tryon-related streets in Glastonbury but I don't know if they're named for the general.
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Erin Bartram 6h
Replying to @davidsilkenat
Southwestern CT is notably full of King's this and Queen's that, compared to the rest of the state, so I wouldn't be surprised to find a few of them down there.
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Erin Bartram 12h
Replying to @jackiantonovich
Oh thank heavens, I was looking for this the other day and couldn't find it!
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Erin Bartram 12h
Jane was hell-bent on starting a school run by these sisters. One might say she had a singular focus. These sisters, on the other hand, had lots of other things going on--including existing schools. Jane took their lack of singular focus on *her* as a sign they forgot her.
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Erin Bartram 13h
Replying to @Anniek121
Yep. One chapter wouldn't work till I realized I'd split the chapters in the wrong places. The subargument I thought I was making wasn't what I really wanted to argue, but I let it guide my chapter divisions for too long.
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Erin Bartram 13h
Anyone whose research brings them in contact with the history of lay/religious relations can read between the lines of this one.
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Jane's World 15h
"It is dreary beyond description to be quite alone among these crowds of people." Jane to Hal, 7/1878, SFP 95:18
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Erin Bartram 24h
Replying to @JakeAnbinder
I haven't gotten that sense from my local coverage. Lots of people are still pretty freaked out, especially when the numbers tick up at all. But nationwide media outlets that have a center in the Northeast? They might be a little different.
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Erin Bartram Jul 14
They can keep BW in the "What's happening" box all the live-long day but they can't make me care about her.
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Erin Bartram Jul 14
Replying to @erin_bartram
Heck, assign a number of the revisions and use them as primary sources for investigating the recent history of the field in the US.
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Erin Bartram Jul 14
Replying to @MonicaCMiller
And Flaubert the pig, who had great contempt for the bourgeoisie!
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Erin Bartram Jul 14
Replying to @profintrovert
That sounds awful! I'm so sorry.
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Erin Bartram Jul 14
Replying to @DrewRickett
I mean, I'm not saying do it indiscriminately, of course. But March was probably the safer time for me to do it, since I was only leaving the house once every two weeks then.
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Erin Bartram Jul 14
Replying to @bitterplumeart
dammit
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Erin Bartram Jul 14
The 2005 revision of the AHA's "Statement on Standards of Professional Conduct." Frankly, I think it's a better place to start than many of the traditional tomes.
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Erin Bartram Jul 14
I'm glad we still have the simple pleasure of rubbing your eyes when they're really itchy, but I don't trust 2020 not to ruin that too.
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Erin Bartram Jul 14
If the Land of Steady Habits could change its habits this quickly, so can your state.
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Erin Bartram Jul 14
They can call it Circle J.
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Prof. Taylor G. Petrey Jul 14
If you study history in any period and it does not dramatically challenge what you think about the present, you're probably doing it wrong.
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Erin Bartram Jul 14
I don't think any founder and CEO on here with brilliant ideas for how to reform teaching would make it through their first class of the semester.
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