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LD Burnett2012-03-15
@LDBurnett901 days
UT Dallas PhD candidate. American cultural/intellectual historian (#USIH). #GraftonLine ruffian. Dissertation topic: 1980s Canon Wars at @Stanford.
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Baseball Photos @Baseball_Photos
Perfect pic.twitter.com/lcZX263loL
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UChicago Magazine @UChicagoMag
đź“– The great unread: Why do some classics continue to fascinate while others gather dust? bit.ly/VNu9oh (via @parisreview)
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British Museum @britishmuseum
Church father St Augustine of Hippo died #onthisday in 430 ow.ly/AOwSI pic.twitter.com/mjtFCOGnZ8
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N. Bhattacharjya @_nilanjana_
.@katchow and @NPRCodeSwitch reveal how The 'Kung Fu Fighting' Melody Came To Represent Asia, and talk with me. n.pr/1C6cQzK
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FlaglerPublicHistory @FlaglerPH
Great blog post fro @amhistorymuseum on food sourcing during war. blog.americanhistory.si.edu/osaycanyousee/…
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Catherine Sloan @catherinegsloan
Wonderful schoolboy marginalia (c1900): 'there's candy in Fred's desk'. By @LDBurnett savedbyhistory.blogspot.com/2014/08/margin… #histed pic.twitter.com/7A6mMGnOi4
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Catherine Sloan @catherinegsloan
Wonderful schoolboy marginalia (c1900): 'there's candy in Fred's desk'. By @LDBurnett savedbyhistory.blogspot.com/2014/08/margin… #histed pic.twitter.com/7A6mMGnOi4
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Julie Greene @Greeneland
National Review Alleges Conspiracy That 'Politicized' AP U.S. #History Exam zite.to/1C0B3Y9
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Heather Vacek @HeatherVacek1
Fuller's President Reflects on Events in Ferguson :: President’s Office :: Fuller shar.es/11mI5K via @ShareThis
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Emily S. Andrews @victoriandotage
The 2nd of my history of senile dementia FAQ: Why was someone with dementia called a 'lunatic'?victoriandotage.wordpress.com/2014/08/24/why… #SecretsFromTheAsylum
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Adam Golub @adamgolub
Syllabus for my M.A. seminar on American Studies theory and methods is up--AMST 501: amst.fullerton.edu/faculty/a_golu…
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Robert McNamara @history1800s
"Atlantic City is the place for sporty girls..." from Sketches of Gotham, published by the Police Gazette pic.twitter.com/SgXqkssxqQ
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NY Public Library @nypl
Want to Cook Some of Literature's Most Famous Meals? We've got the recipes you'll need! on.nypl.org/1rox0T8 pic.twitter.com/9dYqqYpVvA
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southpaw @nycsouthpaw
good night, strangers.
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Stanford University @Stanford
Last call for all-nighters: Meyer Library and its 24-hour study room close for good at 4 p.m. on Friday. #ByeMeyer pic.twitter.com/WSDwcGzfNq
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Kurt Newman @sadbillionaire
There is a great labor history to be written of the ways the law's repressive spirit is broken by over-honoring it's letter
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tressie mc @tressiemcphd
300 sociologists. #ferguson also, support #blacklivesmatter with donations & attention. Thank you all. docs.google.com/document/d/1w4…
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Robert Greene II @robgreeneII
@tanehisicoates @LDBurnett @FletcherChristy Bingo. He was a polarizing figure for Democrats--not even talking about conservative GOP!
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Ta-Nehisi Coates @tanehisicoates
@robgreeneII @LDBurnett @FletcherChristy Yes. Clinton deliberately chose him for the "sista souljah" moment. Says something about symbolism.
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Christy Fletcher @FletcherChristy
@tanehisicoates @LDBurnett @robgreeneII glad it's being done elsewhere too and hopefully someone will get it done right.
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Robert Greene II @robgreeneII
@tanehisicoates @LDBurnett @FletcherChristy I generally look at liberals/progressives in the 1980s--Jackson's key in that.
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Christy Fletcher @FletcherChristy
.@tanehisicoates @LDBurnett @robgreeneII this is a stanford historian. she's still writing it but will complete it before getting contract.
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Robert Greene II @robgreeneII
@tanehisicoates @LDBurnett @FletcherChristy AND, I think Jackson is important in looking at fractures b/w liberals and moderates in 80s.
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Robert Greene II @robgreeneII
@tanehisicoates @LDBurnett @FletcherChristy The creation of the Rainbow Coalition was a progressive bastion during conservative age.
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Robert Greene II @robgreeneII
@tanehisicoates @LDBurnett @FletcherChristy Yes, I'm looking at Jackson and his relationship to liberals in the 1980s
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Ta-Nehisi Coates @tanehisicoates
@LDBurnett @FletcherChristy @robgreeneII Awesome. Deserves the scholarly treatment.
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JR Dingwall @JRDingwall
Does Stanford even remember what MOOC is short for? MT @PhilOnEdTech: Moocs are free – but for how much longer? ow.ly/AzZjA
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Archie Bland @archiebland
Dave Brown's cartoon in tomorrow's Independent, on the death of James Foley, is perfect. pic.twitter.com/UQCgLPNoNv
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Antonio French @AntonioFrench
Protest through song. #ferguson #PeaceInFerguson vine.co/v/MLaIHtJ7nql
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Yoni Appelbaum @YAppelbaum
Lost in the fuss over the number of humanities majors? The huge number of humanities *courses* taken by all majors: bit.ly/1yWso4T
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Jeff Madrick @JeffMadrick
“Why do American’s Still Believe in the Market’s Invisible Hand?” @FortuneMagazine from #7BadIdeas bit.ly/1mQYmto
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BlackBook Magazine @BlackBook
Porn Before It Was Chic: An Interview With Radley Metzger on Sex and Cinema bbook.com/radley-metzger/ pic.twitter.com/DsB4Nx9xVI
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David M. Perry @Lollardfish
I routinely track citations from early 20th/19th century. Will rickperlstein.net will be there in 100 yrs? sorry Rick. @rickperlstein
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Brian C. Mitchell @briancmitchell5
Excellent column by Walter Breau of Elms College: First Generation Students Part II: Cultural Fit #highered
academeblog.org/2014/08/18/fir…
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Irin Carmon @irin
Looks like I picked the wrong week to stop drinking.
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Gene Demby @GeeDee215
Younger folks walking opposite direction, chanting "hands up! Don't shoot!"
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Gene Demby @GeeDee215
Older clergy walking one direction singing. "...since I laid my burden down."
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Chris Petrilli @petrillic
Once again, Ta-Nehisi Coates demonstrates why he may be this generation's greatest writer on social issues. theatlantic.com/national/archi…
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Susanna Williams @SusannaDW
.@DrMChatelain is posting a fine list of required reading to understand the context for #Ferguson #FergusonSyllabus
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Heather Wheat @hwheaties
@tressiemcphd I cannot believe this is happening here and now. foreign countries are sending in their WAR correspondents #Ferguson
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Jamelle Bouie @jbouie
@tanehisicoates Yup. And it’s basically criminal that Baldwin isn’t required reading for most high school or college kids.
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Peter Finocchiaro @PLFino
because i am a lunatic, i spent my weekend writing this fucking thing salon.com/2014/08/17/the…
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James Livingston @annihilista
Here I am tweeting for the first time in my own name. But why? Is it because my attention span has now dwindled to these few words? Yes!
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Robert Cohen @kodacohen
Andrew Foster portrays Jesus, walking 4 miles to QT, getting help from a neighborhood resident.#MikeBrown #Ferguson pic.twitter.com/Curw5EAwt7
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Siva Vaidhyanathan @sivavaid
Betray Our Students for Publisher’s Profit? shar.es/1nYVX9 via @chronicle
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Arts & Letters Daily @aldaily
Judt’s story is the story of the left: the imagination of the universal through the preservation of the provincial aldai.ly/1l03fW0
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Matthew Keys @MatthewKeysLive
@GlennThrush I did read it. And you might be blind to it, but it came off very callous - pic.twitter.com/koF0YScFy0
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Simon @SaysSimon1
Harper's publisher on his resolute commitment to print: nytimes.com/2014/08/11/bus…
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Amanda Terkel @aterkel
Tennessee state Sen. Stacey Campfield, the guy behind the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, lost his primary last night huff.to/1lHyxvI
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Molly Worthen @MollyWorthen
Smartest response I've seen to Bill Deresiewicz's takedown of the Ivy League (the problem isn't Yale, its modernity): newyorker.com/books/joshua-r…
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The Atlantic @TheAtlantic
What will the future of the printed book look like? theatln.tc/1ur00a5 pic.twitter.com/fJTznMJ5O8
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ally sheedy @allysheedy1
Working with 17 yr old women. Actors. Enough said
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High Maureen Dowd @HighMaureenDowd
What if there's no money in the banana stand
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JeffSharlet @JeffSharlet
The corruption of higher ed isn't some story of a lost golden age. We have not yet had our golden age. If it's anywhere, it's ahead.
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JeffSharlet @JeffSharlet
Actually, let's talk about it all - UNC, Harvard, grade inflation, college discipline boards: Higher ed is the heart of American corruption.
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Matt Ford @fordm
If you missed @tanehisicoates' Twitter Q&A earlier, I curated the whole thing for you to read at your leisure: theatlantic.com/business/archi…
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caleb smith @calebsmith203
#dearhumanities, the Cal State system is HIRING: 700 new full-time positions next yr. latimes.com/local/la-me-ca…
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Ta-Nehisi Coates @tanehisicoates
Rough reading list for Reparations vox.com/videos/2014/6/… Isabel Wilkerson, Beryl Satter, Arnold Hirsch, Tony Judt, Kenneth Jackson etc.
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"Reparations are not due because black people are black, but because black people have been injured." theatlantic.com/business/archi…
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Oliver Willis @owillis
there is rugby on nbc. i guess its ncaa, but is this even america anymore?
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Mac @MacPhail
Novice writers need to hear that experienced writers struggle. It's not all sunshine and ponies for us. I still have to force myself too.
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Mac @MacPhail
Started a new writing project. Sat in Prospect Park with a notebook, wrote for 45min. It was rough. A good story for start of NYU bootcamp.
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Chronicle @chronicle
Google's head of hiring thinks the humanities lack "rigor in thinking."chroni.cl/RF0zPo
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Co.Create @FastCoCreate
Martin Scorsese's film school: the 85 films you need to see to know anything about film: f-st.co/YV0keiE
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Christopher Cameron @ccamrun2
On July 1 some colleagues I are starting a blog on African American intellectual history. Subscribe to our posts at aaihs.org
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Shit Academics Say @AcademicsSay
"Academia is politics for smart people. Smart, bitter, powerless people." - @NeinQuarterly
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John Edwin Mason @johnedwinmason
Not an explainer. More of a midrash on Ta-Nehisi Coates. m.newyorker.com/online/blogs/c… h/t @sarahkendzior pic.twitter.com/pWoW78fHSs
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Erik Loomis @ErikLoomis
As I age, I see W.C. Fields as a model for graceful aging.
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Meredith Meagher @MMDublin
@vacuumslayer @LDBurnett I'm a vegetarian but I respect the power of bacon.
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Mark Healey @HealeyParera
Short and powerful account by @tanehisicoates of how he came to write “The Case for Reparations”: j.mp/1o2OSgm
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Paul Kedrosky @pkedrosky
This slide should be the fourth law of thermodynamics pic.twitter.com/f27oJVkNqV /@theagilepirate via @wilbanks
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Jennifer Lynn Culver @JenniferLCulver
A Wonderful Blogging Rubric for Teachers and Students feedly.com/e/jBniiUcR - Good discussion starter!
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Stéphane D. Lang @sdlang72
Aeolian Piano Rolls (1903) publicdomainreview.org/collections/ae…
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Lori Flores @lori_flori
@LDBurnett I've always loved the breadsticks there and always will
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Jade E. Davis @jadedid
Thankful for the people I have in my life. For serious. Some people are just made of love and snark at just the right ratio.
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Patrick Iber @PatrickIber
How much of the humanities/sciences wage gap is attributable to gender discrimination? A lot, says @benmschmidt sappingattention.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/mind-g…
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Patrick Iber @PatrickIber
This new piece on "The Market Colonization of Intellectuals" ends up appealing to Sartrean commitment. truth-out.org/archive/item/8…
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Josh Boldt @josh_boldt
How to Write a Cover Letter That Employers Will Actually Read lifehacker.com/5880545/how-to…
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N. D. B. Connolly @nconnol2
Here's Part 2. My own recommendations on the reparations issue.

urbanhistorians.wordpress.com/2014/05/24/the…
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N. D. B. Connolly @nconnol2
"The Case for Repair," Parts 1 and 2.

Responding to Ta-Nehisi Coates's "The Case for Reparations."
urbanhistorians.wordpress.com/2014/05/24/the…
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Blair LM Kelley @profblmkelley
In case you missed it, here's my take on the Coates' Case for Reparations: theroot.com/articles/cultu… … via @TheRoot
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BBC Radio 3 @BBCRadio3
Join @DrMatthewSweet beyond the rainbow for +75 years of Oz on film in #soundofcinema at 4 bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04… pic.twitter.com/KYhWI3SFk0
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Stanford Hist. Soc'y @farmhistory
MT @CantorArts Yosemite, Photography & Stanford: panel on Carlton Watkins' legacy, 5/15, 5:30pm stanford.io/1gF6rPc
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Socio Imagination @Soc_Imagination
Are 90% of academic papers really never cited? buff.ly/1mghvaN
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Emily VanBuren @emilydvb
How grad students use Google #phdchat pic.twitter.com/3aoKh9bax2
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Liz Covart @lizcovart
How to Write a Book Proposal: 6 Crucial Elements, Guest Post by @JDWilsey. #Twitterstorians #Acwri histry.us/1teJIAS
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Natalie Ring @HistoryCounts
@LDBurnett, thought this might interest you. "Warning: The Literary Canon Could Make Students Squirm" nyti.ms/1lNiKgB
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Molly Worthen @MollyWorthen
Admin sucks up the big $$ in healthcare, just like in higher ed (not the drs or faculty); this is the Managerial Age: nytimes.com/2014/05/18/sun…
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Sohayla Renee @Sohaylalala
"You sir are a THIEF of happiness"

One of many sentences I'd like to casually throw into this research paper for my professor to read...
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tori crain @torilynncrain
So I looked up my maymester professor on Rate My Professor and he has reviews from two different Dallas area colleges, pretty typical. But..
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Gone, He has Gone @ven_kyu
i know what im gonna be. a professor in medieval literature. that is my destiny. my calling
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Chris Worthington @SomeChrisTweets
A downward spiral so impressive people ask how you do it.
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Tom Bedecarre AKQA @tombed
Congrats to my @StanfordAlumni classmate Ted Mitchell, former @nsvf CEO, confirmed as Under Secretary of Education bit.ly/1n7W8qJ
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Valerie Strauss @valeriestrauss
Report: Right-wing extremists use Common Core attacks to undermine public education wapo.st/1j0QYP1
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Rob Townsend @rbthisted
At Harvard, signs of confusion about the purpose of general education requirements: bit.ly/1nSDHdt
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Robert Greene II @robgreeneII
We need to consider being careful of extrapolating lessons about race, gender, or class from crises within elite institutions.
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Hannah G. @ethiopiennesays
shoutout to the black women who make magic w/ keystrokes & dismantle linguistic empires with the flick of a wrist, who clap back with rhythm
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History Today @HistoryToday
Virtual Rome: a 3D reconstruction of the city in AD 315 bit.ly/1iRV6j3 pic.twitter.com/qrci95IaFL
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Chris Bourg @mchris4duke
Info abt CA community colleges from Judy Miner, Pres. of Foothill College foothill.edu/president/bio.… #whosedigfuture
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Tim Cassedy @vicesimusknox
Extra credit: How can you tell Regan from Goneril?
"R is sexy, married to Cornwall, younger. G older, has STD for name, married to Albany."
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Lincoln Mullen @lincolnmullen
An interactive map of how slavery spread in the United States, 1790 to 1860: lincolnmullen.com/projects/slave…

Companion post: lincolnmullen.com/blog/the-sprea…
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Sarah Burton @MsFloraPoste
@SaraNAhmed People overlook how hard conf organising is when you're trying to include multiple voices. It's hard emotional labour.
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Michele Rosen @michiwosaguru
One of the most beautiful qualities of true friendship is to understand and to be understood. ~ Seneca @LDBurnett
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Jason Heppler @jaheppler
NPR visualizes four decades of changing college majors n.pr/1rZja4f
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TSW @timothysw
19 of the 20 songs I played for my US Since 1945 course this semester goo.gl/1q5mV2
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Natalia M. Petrzela @nataliapetrzela
The #GraftonLine has kept me more productive writing/revising than ever - during my busiest semester! YAY #accountability! + @LDBurnett !
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Mark Mellman @MarkMellman
Why the poor can have "things" but can't escape poverty pic.twitter.com/nzE6f6ONLh
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Amanda Bower @heyprofbow
Son's artwork. Thinking of hanging in office. Seems a nice metaphor for professoring. pic.twitter.com/AjY7gvVkCe
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Amanda Bower @heyprofbow
You know that's right. Via @gf_layne @Wu_Tang_Finance pic.twitter.com/csxbvawy0n
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Molly Worthen @MollyWorthen
The paradox at the heart of higher ed: research unis were never meant to offer democratic education for the masses: shar.es/SXKCZ
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Patrick Walsh @thepatrickwalsh
My dad's visiting soon, which means I need to practice apologizing to waiters with my eyes.
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sara mayeux @saramayeux
so far one encouraging takeaway from Piketty phenomenon is that we all have at least until age 42 to be called "young" by the media
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American History TV @cspanhistory
A different way to remember - listen to #CivilWar spirituals & patriotic songs from the era in DC this summer wapo.st/1tR70OB #CW150
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LD Burnett @LDBurnett
.@mattthomas if you storify all these tweets about the reading, it would be a poem. Then you could read it at the reading.
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Joshua Yu Burnett @joshuayuburnett
@LDBurnett I got my MA at UIC; didn't really know him but his wife was helpful & kind to me. But I still think he's wrong about everything.
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NYT Magazine @NYTmag
Riff: On Their Death Bed, Physical Books Have Finally Become Sexy nyti.ms/1nNbwt2
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Paul Pannone @PaulPannone
Ladies' Home Journal Ends Monthly Publication, Lays Off All Staff ow.ly/w9U3R -- Another One Bites the Dust
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James Neal @james3neal
"Librarians ... believe that privacy is a condition necessary for intellectual freedom." - @bfister j.mp/1iQ7jnU @insidehighered
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The '60s at 50 @the_60s_at_50
Ladies’ Home Journal to End 130-Year Run as a Regular Magazine bloomberg.com/news/2014-04-2… via @BloombergNews
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Audrey Watters @audreywatters
Netflix has already struck deals for special treatment with Comcast. Netflix CEO is a major ed-tech investor. Who gets paid off next?
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Diane Ravitch @DianeRavitch
First story to admit that inBloom planned to turn student data over to corporations and charge fees to states: online.wsj.com/news/articles/…
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Christoph Paul @ChristophPaul_
This is 2.99 on Kindle this is the best craft book on writing. fb.me/6tG1eP29o
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Donald Douglas @AmPowerBlog
.@LDBurnett Thought you would be interesting Mr. "Intellectual Historian"? americanpowerblog.blogspot.com/2014/04/the-mi…
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Preston Hutcherson @PrestonHutch
Imagine there are no papers/ It's easy if you try/ No GPA below us/ Above us only sky/ Imagine all the students/ Living for today
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RadioShack @RadioShack
Turn that spare HDMI port on your TV into Internet magic! shack.net/1iBW16H
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History In Pictures @HistoryInPics
When they realized women were using sacks to make clothes for their kids, flour mills started using flowered fabric pic.twitter.com/CyMmkx2TDR
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Audrey Watters @audreywatters
@trentmkays @qui_oui @ibogost from the co-founder of Wikipedia: John Dewey will lead to downfall of western civ larrysanger.org/2014/04/how-to…
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The Stanford Daily @Stanford_Daily
In his Annual Address to the Academic Council, President John Hennessy discusses sustainability at Stanford stanforddaily.com/2014/04/18/pre…
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Sara Salem @saramsalem
Audre Lorde articulates the racism/sexism dilemma sooo well here - A Conversation Between James Baldwin & Audre Lorde mocada-museum.tumblr.com/post/734219794…
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Pitchfork @pitchforkmedia
Invisible Hits: @tywilc uncovers the Velvet Underground's elusive "Sweet Sister Ray" p4k.in/QdF9IZ
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Rob Townsend @rbthisted
+1 MT @scott_bot: bit.ly/1ipk5cN collected surveys of humanities citation analysis, may be useful—See also @chrisalensula.
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Josh Myers @ddehewty
Discussed St. Clair Drake's influence on Black intellectual traditions this AM. A name that should be a household one pic.twitter.com/4MpoaRXy7b
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Jacob Remes @jacremes
Paging @padlerman: everything about the 70s is new again. theatlantic.com/politics/archi… by @GrahamDavidA
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SHEG @SHEG_Stanford
On the 75th anniversary of the publication of The Grapes of Wrath, check out our lesson about the Dust Bowl: sheg.stanford.edu/dust-bowl #sschat
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Kidada E. Williams @KidadaEWilliams
Sharecropper’s Troubadour hnn.us/article/155057 Michael K. Honey on John L. Handcox & the Southern Tenant Farmers’ Union. #twitterstorians
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elizabeth angell @kitabet
@LDBurnett @Keguro_ Die a thousand fiery deaths.
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UT American Studies @AmStudies
How Dungeons and Dragons was the subject of a moral panic in the 1980s bbc.com/news/magazine-…
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Natalie Ring @HistoryCounts
@LDBurnett Might be of interest to you. Program Coordinator of Great Works in Western Culture at Stanford 1984-1986 m.whitehouse.gov/the-press-offi…”
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Gautham Rao @gauthamrao
@LDBurnett have you seen William Sewell's essay, "The Concept(s) of Culture"? Not US intellectual history but still amazing
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Randa Jarrar @randajarrar
Yes to all this. Single moms know. // Susan Straight on learning to write without a room of one's own latimes.com/books/jacketco…
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Early Modern World @EMhistblog
Make up for any of those lost lectures at uni! @openculture have catalogued 900 free uni courses totalling 30,000 hrs cultr.me/acBpsj
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Co.Design @FastCoDesign
Infographic of the Day: The spaceships from every sci-fi-series ever! f-st.co/YoPMup9 pic.twitter.com/Mwo4sT40l6
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Zénon Despréz @bocouite
"Les histoires des autres, ça ne nous aide jamais. Mais c'est beau à entendre". Jean-François Somcynsky
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Kaitlin Magoon @KaitlinMagoon
Yep. RT @stuartathompson: Wow. This is literally every project I've done. RT @jonathangibs The life of a project. pic.twitter.com/KqyV5xFkOu
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JeffSharlet @JeffSharlet
O'Reilly says Obama basically planned Dartmouth radical students takeover of college prez office: dartblog.com/data/2014/04/0… @gossipgangstah
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BitchMedia @BitchMedia
New YA book "Great" is a gender-swapped retelling of The Great Gatsby. We talk with author @SaraJBenincasa: bit.ly/1jWFpqI
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The Nitrate Diva @NitrateDiva
A cigar-chomping 7-year-old Mickey Rooney in a segment from one of his short silent films, MICKEY'S PALS (1927): youtu.be/EjVOLe385Cw
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andrew seal @andrew_seal
@LDBurnett what i want to know is why so many people (relatively speaking) between 1920 and 1930 had caps lock on
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Stanford University @Stanford
Dean Richard Saller writes about the importance of the humanities and arts in a Stanford education: stanford.io/1fXicDm
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Melissa Mannon @archivesinfo
The museum of how work sounded b.globe.com/PHYAJi recording the “endangered” sounds of the industrial era #archives
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Nick Thornton @thorntonosity
My blasphemous take on a Roman classic: nottobrie.wordpress.com/2014/04/06/pol… #cooking
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Maria R. Montalvo @MariaRMontalvo
1843 ad from the Matrimonial Club. Basically a personal ad by a bunch of Texan men looking to marry NE women. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/met…
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Lisbeth Salander @shokufeyesib
#Racism's actual definition, not what ur dimwitted mind decided it shud be: pic.twitter.com/UKtXIN0OyT
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Caleb McDaniel @wcaleb
Follow @TxRunawayAds for actual runaway slave ads from 19c Texas, a joint project of students in #ricedh and @andrewtorget's class. #dhist
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Mark Hogan @markasaurus
The NY Public Library has published its maps from 1660 to 1922 under a creative commons license! engadget.com/2014/03/31/new…
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Tough Women @Tough_Women
Surround yourself with those who see greatness in you, even when you don't see it in yourself.
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Tough Women @Tough_Women
Don't compare your Chapter 1 to someone else's Chapter 20.
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Colby King @CKdoeswork
If you identify as having a working class background and are working in academia, consider answering this CFP: call-for-papers.sas.upenn.edu/node/54868
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Jacob Remes @jacremes
@LDBurnett By the way, do you know about the History of History Tree? If not, I think you'll be interested: academictree.org/history/index.…
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danielsilliman @danielsilliman
A @nytimes reporter on being an evangelical and a journalist knoxnews.com/news/2014/mar/…
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Frank Pasquale @FrankPasquale
@jhrees @tamarnyt @Yale @coursera is Benno Schmidt still in this space?
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Boom @BoomCalifornia
San Francisco in Twain’s time: a photo gallery: blog.sfgate.com/bookmarks/2014… @McMurtrieSF @SFGate
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Donald Earl Collins @decollins1969
@LDBurnett Silver lining: my wife @angelialevy used a copy of my diss to do nails off/on for 1st 2.5 yrs after I finished. NOW ppl cite it!
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corey robin @CoreyRobin
Former Yale president Rick Levin is heading off to Coursera to bring MOOCs to the masses. chronicle.com/article/Course…
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Monica L. Mercado @monicalmercado
Finished a dissertation draft Weds night, saw Frozen tonight. A slow slide into catching up on the last 6+ months of pop culture. #letitgo
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Florian Krampe @FlorianKrampe
Why do academics blog? It's not for public outreach, research shows j.mp/1iOzbZk #scholarsunday
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Reverb @Reverb
Holy moly! RT @qikipedia This is what happens when a walrus falls asleep on a surfacing submarine... pic.twitter.com/MBLVELZOlp
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UT American Studies @AmStudies
Why teens love dystopias slate.com/articles/arts/…
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Grove Atlantic @groveatlantic
Djuna Barnes’s iconic 1922 interview with James Joyce, just months after the publication of ULYSSES bit.ly/1gyTZTT
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The '60s at 50 @the_60s_at_50
10 songs that explain the '80s -- gu.com/p/3ng78/tw via @guardian
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Yoni Appelbaum @YAppelbaum
Nearly 300 libraries paid to publish these books, so that you could read them for free. Download here: bit.ly/1fM62c3
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Jonathan Wilson @jnthnwwlsn
How conservatives built themselves a publishing ghetto—and a culture of intellectual poverty. #USIH buzzfeed.com/mckaycoppins/k…
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Nita Farahany @NitaFarahany
The Science & Society blog is live and active! Check out "Neural Implants Are Right Around the Corner" shar.es/RVmKG
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THE CREW @THEAlleyeceeing
Professor @alondra Nelson discusses Black Panther Party Health Clinic weblog.liberatormagazine.com/2014/03/still-… pic.twitter.com/iIhfqQyAys
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kimu @kimu
@heyprofbow I have an entire playlist from grad school that I can't listen to at all. Too many super bad memories & stress in the songs.
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Daniel R. BarrĂłn @DanielBarron70
La chair est triste, hélas! et j'ai lu tous les livres. M.
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Susanna Williams @SusannaDW
Remembering Fred Rogers: thedqtimes.com/pages/castpage… @tnwhiskeywoman
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Benjamin Dreyer @BCDreyer
How to Open a Book. pic.twitter.com/UfChrV5Bji
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THAT'S BASSIST @xbxttx
Super insightful Walter Benn Michaels interview on diversity: jacobinmag.com/2011/01/let-th… (h/t @jarsilver)
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Stanford University @Stanford
Assignment: Create an autonomous, battery-powered animatronic waterfowl that propels itself with paddling motion. stanford.io/OtFKFy
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Kurt Newman @sadbillionaire
@andrew_seal @LDBurnett I also stand by what I wrote, perhaps with increasing confidence that my take is correct
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Shane Landrum @cliotropic
@LDBurnett don't get it twisted, things will work out fine. :) talk to me separately sometime about sane approaches to the job market.
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Audra J. Wolfe @ColdWarScience
@jnthnwwlsn Def. #fieldread. Also: suggests reading in a bed of clover. That's nice.
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tressie mc @tressiemcphd
why, oh why, didn't i have a Wife?? I understand from Mad Men that they take care of things like this.
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andrew seal @andrew_seal
@LDBurnett @sadbillionaire i finally joined the fray! [ducks and covers]
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Palgrave History @PalgraveHistory
Jerome McGann wrote 'Radiant Textualities' in 2001, defining the field of digital humanities #humanitiesquiz #answer
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Terri Givens @TerriGivens
I just updated the #Immigration #Texas blog for those who need to catch up on immigration news in US and Europe: immigrationtexas.org/2014/03/immigr…
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Terri Givens @TerriGivens
I have assembled some links to articles on the situation in #Ukraine for my Europe class tomorrow: givenseurope.blogspot.com/2014/03/ukrain…
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US National Archives @USNatArchives
"I, too, am Rosie"--looking at the work of black women in #WWII ow.ly/uBDVZ #WHM2014 #blackhistory #wmnhist
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Kurt Newman @sadbillionaire
I may be a Marxist, but jesus, shut the fuck up 1960s people
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Robert Greene II @robgreeneII
I hate revealing my self-doubts on Twitter. With a Spring Break that wasn't a much of a break, though, perhaps I'm just mentally spent.
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Robert Greene II @robgreeneII
I'm just having one of those introspective moments. Don't mind me. Just taking stock of my life, as it is, in 2014.
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Robert Greene II @robgreeneII
I hope in the end this hard work and sacrifice of my free time--not to mention the lack of time spent with family and friends--is worth it.
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Robert Greene II @robgreeneII
@LDBurnett You know what? This.....this is something I'll start brainstorming ASAP.
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Robert Greene II @robgreeneII
@LDBurnett @sadbillionaire @andrew_seal :( Don't you ever say that! You always add wonderful and needed insights there!
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Robert Falls @RobertFalls
Guaranteed Saturday Smile. Ray Bolger 3 yrs before WIZARD OF OZ
astonishing dance number. youtube.com/watch?v=5jDUVj…
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Joan Wolkerstorfer @joanwolk
Your periodic reminder that the stereotype of the antisocial male geek programmer was purposely built in the 1960s: gender.stanford.edu/news/2011/rese…
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J. Todd Ormsbee @professorcranky
Measles Is Spreading In Our Largest Cities Because People Aren't Vaccinating Their Kids | ThinkProgress buff.ly/1gxOYqN
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