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“I have never wanted to work on my book so badly as when article reviews come in”: A case study of labor and affect in the practices of one early career academic.

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Frodo: “I’m glad to be here with you, Samwise Gamgee, here at the end of all things.”

Me, an intellectual: 😭😭😭😭😭

WELL HELLO it's a new semester now and being online seems like a good idea again 👋🏻

fieldwork progress report, mental health 

fieldwork progress report. 

@guerrillarain attempted criticisms of sex work accidentally criticizing the conditions of all labor under capitalism = 😽👌

People shouldn't sell their bodies!!!!

Okay tell that to athletes, ballerinas, and construction workers to start. *blinks*

*crawls out from under fieldwork rock* 

from my stupid notifcations 

on guilt and days in, in the field 

i made a post with my thoughts about the whole archival thing here:

"Just because something’s publicly available doesn’t mean people want it harvested and stored forever by a dedicated group of data archivists. Posting your phone number on a billboard isn’t consenting to having your phone number posted online by an archival team. Neither is protesting in public, or having a conversation in public, or going skinny-dipping in public, or walking past a CCTV camera in public. Being in public does not mean you automatically consent to having your activities archived."

A serious reminder: Please note that prison labor In the US is not "like" slave labor, it is expressly slave labor. The constitution allows for forcing slave labor upon inmates. It *is* slave labor, it is exactly slave labor, and it has never been anything but slave labor.

The exact wording of the 13th Amendment is "Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction." Expressly, slave labor is still perfectly legal, so long as the state can make you into a criminal, and it will if it can.

Opinions re: people complaining about :Trek: captains always breaking the Prime Directive 

O'BRIEN: Gentle was bred out of these Cardassians a long time ago. 
KEIKO: You know, that was a very ugly thing you just said. 
O'BRIEN: I only said. 
KEIKO: I don't need to hear it twice. 

Good on you, Keiko. You gotta call that shit out. 👍

Keiko O'Brien 

writing advice that i heard on my first day of uni: if you cant sum up your argument in one sentence, you need to start over

I've been in Japan and fieldworking for a week and today, today I crash for a tiny bit because I am just SLEEP.

Pizza delivery is lifesaving, thank you to the Karasuma Imadegawa Domino's.

Instead of a Dark Lord you would have a Queen! Beautiful and terrible as the dawn!! All shall love me and this hair!!!

(toss, slow-motion, tumbling veil of cascading tresses)


Because you're worth it.

fieldwork, humans why 

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