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Innes M. Keighren
Reader in Historical Geography at Royal Holloway, University of London. Research interests in historical geography, book history, and the history of science.
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Innes M. Keighren 4h
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Innes M. Keighren 17h
That's incredibly kind. Thank you.
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Innes M. Keighren 17h
Replying to @nanookwolf
This new book on the series might help fill the gap:
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Innes M. Keighren 18h
It has been a real joy to follow the reception of 𝘓𝘢𝘯𝘥𝘴𝘤𝘢𝘱𝘦𝘴 𝘰𝘧 Detectorists. Normally we send our words out into the world with little real sense of who finds them or what they make of them. To see and know the audience for a book is a privileged.
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Innes M. Keighren 21h
Replying to @Kerrie_Fuller
You might possibly be interested in a new book on the series, published last week:
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Innes M. Keighren 22h
Replying to @tonkerthomas @HXValley
Forgive the intrusion, but a new book on the series, published last week, might be of interest:
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Innes M. Keighren Jul 1
Replying to @jsnell @caseyliss and 2 others
Fans of Detectorists might enjoy a new book on the series, published last week:
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Innes M. Keighren Jun 30
A new book on the series, published last week, might be of interest:
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Innes M. Keighren Jun 30
Replying to @corse_present
Thank you for taking the time to engage with the book and for writing such a thoughtful review.
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Innes M. Keighren Jun 29
Replying to @RachelinSE20
Forgive the intrusion, but you might find this new book on the series, published last week, of interest:
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Innes M. Keighren Jun 29
Replying to @darynsimon
A new book on the series, published last week, might be of interest:
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Innes M. Keighren Jun 29
Forgive the intrusion, but a new book on the series might be of interest:
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Innes M. Keighren Jun 28
Available from the wonderful :
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Innes M. Keighren Jun 28
I can't speak for the other contributors, but a lot of the editing was done with Johnny Flynn playing quietly in the background (particularly "Raising the Dead").
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Innes M. Keighren Jun 26
This new book on the series may help fill the void:
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Innes M. Keighren Jun 26
You are technically correct—the best kind of correct!
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Innes M. Keighren Jun 26
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!
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Innes M. Keighren Jun 26
Chas 'n' Dave ≈ Withers 'n' Livingstone.
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Innes M. Keighren Jun 25
Replying to @sarahkmarr @jonorcup
Forgive the intrusion, but I thought this was tremendous (I read it when it was released and have also used it as a sort of visual companion when listening to Michael Hordern's Argo recording).
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Innes M. Keighren Jun 25
Not going to lie; this is a bibliographical dream come true!
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