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Megan L. Cook
Assistant prof in English at Colby College. Adventures with medieval literature and/in Renaissance books + teaching + scholarly editing. She/her.
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Megan L. Cook 7 Jun 17
Make up your mind, John
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Emily Steiner 9h
Published today! Medieval Historical Writing: Britain and Ireland, 500-1500. Edited by Jennifer Jahner, Emily Steiner, and Elizabeth M. Tyler
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Joshua Calhoun 22h
2 days left to apply! If you know someone on the job market who should see this, pls share w/ them or RT...we want to make sure the posting is circulated widely
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Andrew Prescott 7h
The Decline of Historical Thinking
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Megan L. Cook 7h
Replying to @paperbacked
Oh wow, thank you so much! I'm delighted you're finding it useful
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Belle da Costa Greene Curatorial Fellowships . Spread the word!
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Joey Gamble Nov 13
Kim Hall's () *Things of Darkness* is the *Epistemology of the Closet* of early modern studies: an intensely close & broad reading of a binary logic—black/white, rather than homo/hetero—that structures EVERYTHING in early modern culture.
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Megan L. Cook Nov 13
Tomorrow! Hope to see you there, Austin friends
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Bruce Holsinger Nov 12
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Megan L. Cook Nov 12
Today, on a Tuesday afternoon, I stood on Custom House wharf in the first snow and watched the boats come into Portland harbor from Casco Bay, like they've been doing for centuries, and I felt very fortunate not to have a regular office job
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Megan L. Cook Nov 12
Replying to @shonaadler
omg I did not know how much I needed this in my life today, thank you
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Megan L. Cook Nov 12
Replying to @DrPeteKirwan
Hero.
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Megan L. Cook Nov 12
The whole commentary is a wild ride. Come for the story about witches and Robert Henryson, stay for the accounts of vivisection and the misogynistic jokes about tall women! I keep trying to write about it, but am stymied by its weirdness. There's a lot going on.
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Megan L. Cook Nov 12
I knew what story this was before I even clicked on the screenshot and yes— I really want that for you too. I love this story, it should be talked about at every opportunity, as should the fact that it comes to us via commentary on a Latin translation of Troilus and Criseyde(!)
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Megan L. Cook Nov 11
Replying to @Sonja_Drimmer
I love your love of this manuscript!
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Megan L. Cook Nov 11
Replying to @frondosus
the "print revolution," Gutenberg as singular inventor of moveable type, the printing press as "agent of change"
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Megan L. Cook Nov 11
I Love Rock 'n Roll! Everybody Dance Now! Groove Is In The Heart!
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Megan L. Cook Nov 11
Asking the important questions in class today
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Helen Rosner Nov 10
Genuinely who would have expected that both Bill and Ted would end up being the only good men
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Megan L. Cook Nov 10
Do you know ? She's just finished a book on craft brewing and medievalism and, I believe, has some thoughts about this
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