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Damian Fleming 24 Jan 17
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Kathleen E. Kennedy 24 Oct 18
tbh this is why my surveys are happier than I think many are: I teach the bad (boy howdy it's there- how can you not?), but I ALWAYS emphasize the good. We've got a lot of cultural correction work to do.
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Dr Juliet Ó Brien Sep 25
Replying to @LitteraCarolina
YES! is now in print and therefore officially exists. (Meme history: )
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Kate Thomas 24 Jul 17
Replying to @DebsEThorpe
:D I think he needs to follow the hashtag !
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Dr Juliet Ó Brien Mar 13
is several days ahead of you; also, watch this space as we bring back necromancy (used to be the 8th liberal art) so as to bring back Boccaccio as a creative & critical consultant Image: medieval STEAM from
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Kate Thomas 19 Oct 18
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Damian Fleming 27 Sep 17
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Dr Juliet Ó Brien Jan 22
Some light relief and beauty therapy / relieving beauty and light therapy on a heavy Wednesday.
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Ryan Eisenman 31 Jul 18
and also: “Our discipline can make itself anew at a moment when the culture is acknowledging on a large scale, according to William Davies, that what the right hears as censorship is the sound of voices not previously permitted to speak.”
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Dr Juliet Ó Brien Jul 13
Replying to @obrienatrix
Sustaining thought: next term (September) & next year will be better as there will be Heinres working with me doing precisely this sort of thing. & : allegorical, prophetic, sempiternal, uncannily prescient, .
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Dr Juliet Ó Brien 8 Aug 17
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Dr Juliet Ó Brien 23 Oct 18
Happy haunting from : a reminder that not only is STEM part of the seven liberal arts, but these seven used to be eight back in the good old days when necromancy was properly included.
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Dr Juliet Ó Brien 28 Nov 18
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Dr Juliet Ó Brien 19 Jul 19
is , which means, in practical terms, resisting by actively participating in & perpetuating a continuing that embraces dark sides, even the darkest of darker things.
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Dr Juliet Ó Brien 16 Aug 17
Looking forward to teaching next January in these,
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Dr Juliet Ó Brien 28 Nov 18
Back in the , people who said “sleep is for the weak” were acknowledged to suffer from a medical condition and offered therapeutic treatment and appropriate support.
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Kate Thomas 18 Oct 18
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Dr Juliet Ó Brien Oct 9
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Dr Juliet Ó Brien 15 Aug 17
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