We write this letter anonymously out of necessity. Our labor is precarious. Our career options are uncertain. We do not have a contract with a college or university that protects my ‘academic freedom.’ Further, writing a letter of this nature could jeopardize our career prospects, even among…
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Bates College, Digital Pedagogy and Scholarship Symposium, 16 May 2014
Sciences and Fictions, Center for the Study of the Novel, Stanford University, May 2014
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Critical Approaches to Digital Humanities Symposium
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Mr. Cohn. Do you remember writing this: “Good morning, Revolution. You are the very best friend I ever had. We are going to pal around together from now on.”
Mr. Hughes. Yes, sir, I wrote that.
Mr. Cohn. Did you write this, “Put one more `S’ in the USA to make it Soviet. The USA when we take…
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Needed: page reference for this sentence in Ch. 4 of The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, Library of America edition (i.e. Writings 1903-1932).
Her very close friend Marion Walker pleaded with her, she said, but Gertrude Gertrude remember the cause of women, and Gertrude Stein said, you don’t know what it is to be bored.This is when she is talking about flunking out of med school. I am revising an article and don’t have my books with me, and I just need this one citation. Update: thanks to all who responded—asfaltics, Siobhan, Kaplan, Julia, Erin. Case closed!