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giovanna vitelli 🇪🇺🏴‍☠️ Jul 7
Replying to @w_carruthers
I was thinking critical interrogation of Egyptology would yield some extraordinarily powerful material, but you’re saying that’s not on?
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William Carruthers Jul 7
Replying to @giovannad_arco
No. I’m saying that critical interrogation makes it clear that it’s beyond saving...
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Horus the Elder Jul 7
Replying to @w_carruthers
I know it's hard to do within Twitter's strict word limit, but I'm curious to hear why you think this is. As someone who's young and looking to continue into the field with the hope of making a positive difference, I would value your perspectives on it, even if they're negative.
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William Carruthers Jul 7
Replying to @HorusofNekhen
I just don’t think that it’s possible to work with knowledge practices and a set of disciplinary arguments that are so embedded in a set of histories themselves embedded in racial thought, different forms of power etc. and change much of anything...
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Heba Abd el Gawad Jul 7
Replying to @w_carruthers
I thought exactly the same when I read it 😂😂😂😂
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William Carruthers Jul 7
Replying to @GawadHeba
I said this to someone yesterday and they said ‘no, it’s just its practices that need changing,’ so that’s me told...
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Malcolm Choat Jul 7
Replying to @w_carruthers
This QT is appropriate not only because of the content -which I fully endorse- but because the discipline never actually left the era the tweet references.
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Wychie Woman - L G Williams 🇨🇦 Jul 8
Replying to @w_carruthers
I can't figure out dating... 2400-2350 BC then 50-1500 AD Suggest
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