#bloggedlikecrazy

On the first day of the month, I said I was going to #bloglikecrazy. It’s like NaNoWriMo, but blogging every day in the month of...

Annie Actually

Lately, I’ve been reading essays and excerpts from larger works for my thesis. I’d rather not write a review of any of those, so instead...

The At Matters

For REL 502 (that’s the Public/Digital Humanities foundations class), our final project for the semester involves network and content analysis of the #aarsbl17 and #naasr2017...

Amar Akbar and Who Is Tony?

You know how sometimes you’ll search for a movie or tv show on Netflix and it’s not there? I was looking for the 1977 Bollywood...

Back to the Grind

Well I hope everyone had a good, fulfilling Thanksgiving break. Tomorrow we go back to the grind of work, school, etc. For those of us...

Bharat Mata and Her Maps

Speaking of maps, Bharat Mata (Mother India) is often depicted in the shape of India. Or the map of India, as it were. The nationalism...

“History” in Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving to all my American friends! I hope you enjoy your turkey (not ham, what’s wrong with you?!), stuffing, cranberry sauce (my favorite), green...

Tropics of Discourse Review

Hayden White’s Tropics of Discourse:¬†Essays in Cultural Criticism is a collection of 12 essays dealing primarily with narrative history, originally published in 1978. White predominantly...

Measuring and Mapping “Religious”

How religious is your state? How religious is your state? This post from the Pew Research Center will tell you in its interactive map based...
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