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Just wanted to share these two lovely prints, depicting a couple of women of dubious morals, or ‘MANTRAPS’ as the artists have it. The images... Brendan Nyhan’s recent piece in the NY Times, When Beliefs and Facts Collide, points out that many people who deny evolution or climate change or some... You may have heard a loud "whoop" from France in the past few weeks. No, it did not relate to the Coupe du Monde, nor to La Fête nationale (Bastille Day),... I've been known to overuse the word 'magisterial,' mostly because I like the sound of it, but this work comes closer than perhaps any I have ever read... Since it emerged sometime in the middle of the first millennium BCE the principal function of mathematical astronomy was to provide the most accurate possible... At The Winter’s Tale, Kansas City We’ve had a terrific and enjoyably intense first full day, thanks in no small part to the orchestrative efforts... Abigail Abbot (1746-1815) & Asa Bailey (1745-1815-25) of New Hampshire had been married in 1767; farmed; & produced 14 children over their 25 years... For the first time in ages, we actually found ourselves at the same event a few very hot days ago, so we thought we’d put together our thoughts about... A few more road-trip posts—then it’s back to Salem and work: I’m prepping for two summer courses and have several scholarly projects...
Folger Secondary Stacks, western view
Browsable stacks – shelves of books that you can actually look at, pull of the shelf, read a while, and put back.... Browse Posts by Blog Tags