Good info for down the road:
Interesting post from Tenure, She Wrote
Originally posted on Tenure, She Wrote:
Recently, a senior emeritus professor called me out because he hadn’t seen me at a talk in a different department (let’s say it’s Astronomy). “I’ve never seen you at a single Astronomy talk,” he admonished. “You really need to go to those.” I patiently explained that I typically have a teaching conflict, which he brushed off, and repeated his imperative that I really needed “to go to those talks.” He was angry at my laziness in failing to attend these critical seminars in a tangentially related field, and didn’t respect my explanations that 1) I couldn’t, and 2) even if I could, I have to make hard choices and don’t always have the luxury of doing everything I’d like to.
Now, I’m an interdisciplinary scientist– in fact, my position is split between a departmental home and an interdisciplinary institute, which means I go to twice as many faculty meetings and probably four times as many…
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I am back to doing research on the Cakewalk and found this website. I was looking for more details on the In Dahomey tour to the UK and stumbled onto this gem. I think the V&A museum is having an exhibit. Kind of bummed I missed it. Was there this summer! A trip to London might be on the schedule! More research/details to follow. Very Excited.
Originally posted on PopWatch:
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Last September, Robin Williams sat down with Whoopi Goldberg for a Sirius Town Hall. The primary reason for the talk was to discuss Williams’ return to television for The Crazy Ones, but the conversation quickly turned to everything from the late comedian’s thoughts on his recent roles to his and Goldberg’s favorite comedians–from Richard Pryor to Billy Crystal.
Below, enjoy some of the most memorable moments from their talk.
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Another site of interest. For my purposes, critical race theory is my interest in this article.
I was looking for information on transatlantic modernism and found this blog post.