Posts Tagged: Cambridge

Swinging Modern Sounds #80: I Just Don’t Want to Wait Around Anymore

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Mulcahy’s Possum is, like the animal titularly referred to, a sly and imaginative affair…

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On Suffering and Sympathy

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What is the distance between sympathy and action? How do we travel from one to the other?

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Discovering Septimania

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I set off for Rome with my fiddle and a backpack, planning to busk as long as the tourists could stand it.

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The Rumpus Interview with Elisa Ambrogio and Naomi Yang

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Renaissance women Elisa Ambrogio and Naomi Yang discuss stop motion music videos, the female mythology of rock-n-roll, and giving ourselves permission to be creative, make music, and explore art in an intuitive way.

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“Books and Babies”

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Cambridge University Library has a new exhibit entitled “Books and Babies: Communicating Reproduction,” which explores the ongoing interactions between the “two senses of reproduction” over time. If you cannot make it to England before the end of the year, you can peruse the exhibit in its extensive online form. Reflecting on “Books and Babies,” this […]

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Study Confirms Existence of the Itis

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Aaron Magruder Creator of The Boondocks, must feel vindicated by food science these days. A study in the journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology seems to confirm the existence of a phenomenon Magruder described in Season 1 Episode 10 of his animated series, titled “The Itis” (pronounced eye-tis). The Itis (for […]

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