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This was my mentor's last presented paper. María Lugones presented this draft paper on Decolonial Feminism and Communality on the 6th, and passed away on the 14th July 2020.

youtu.be/UMpgi5VT1L8

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If you don't pirate your own scholarly production, then what good a scholar are you?

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People think I'm joking when I tell them to uninstall Excel from their computers

talking with my friend about linguistics and rare Wikipedias has led me to the orthography created in 1970s China for the Yi language & I have never seen script like this before compart.com/en/unicode/block/U

trilingual sign: Chinese at the bottom, Yi in the middle, & Hani at the top

Sci-Hub turns 10 on 2021-04-16, speaking as a French student I'd love it if we turned our universities upside down to celebrate

I did no writing last night even though I worked through a particularly important piece of reading. I feel like I'm judging myself too harshly because I didn't type up my handwritten notes. :BlobCatGooglyShrug:

The other week my 2020 paper which I wrote in 2018 and presented in 2019 came out. doi.org/10.1558/bar.15722

Amazingly-not-surprisingly, just around the time it came out I was rereading a few things and already had notes on how I would have written it if I knew then what I know now.

So I set up my Bookwyrm all thanks to @tripofmice and yay!

language was invented by the textbook industry to sell language textbooks

Gentle reminder that you don't owe anyone an audience.

If they're an irritating stranger, block them. No explanation needed.

From the Open Letter on Academic Authoritarianism in France 

"The ‘Islamogauchiste’ tag (which conflates the words ‘Islam’ and ‘leftists’) is now widely used by members of the government, large sections of the media and hostile academics. It is reminiscent of the antisemitic ‘Judeo-Bolshevism’ accusation in the 1930s which blamed the spread of communism on Jews."

opendemocracy.net/en/can-europ

I'm having trouble finding an essay/book/interview(???) where someone was discussing the gods going silent when humans went into modernity. I don't know if this is a marxist text or an anarchist text or a religious studies text, but if this idea sounds familiar and you can point in the general direction I'd appreciate it.

This was my mentor's last presented paper. María Lugones presented this draft paper on Decolonial Feminism and Communality on the 6th, and passed away on the 14th July 2020.

youtu.be/UMpgi5VT1L8

I'm not really doing but it seems like I'm doing some sort of . Wrote about 1000 words yesterday in preparation for a class visit tomorrow.

Trans Studies Quarterly is doing a CFP for a T4T issue.
A few subjects:

t4t attraction, eroticism, sex, and desire
trans/gender-variant BIPOC strategies for resistance, survival, and worldmaking
Trans communal practices of mutual aid, i.e. crowdfunding; medical advocacy; surgical aftercare; direct providence of housing, food, health care, and transportation; and any other form of non-transactional, non-extractive care.

lgbt.arizona.edu/transgender-s

Job hunting is a special kind of hell.

Job hunting during a pandemic is even worse.

Pedagogy opinions; Kinda facetious 

Every philosophy class' syllabus should have a table for the readings with the following headings:

| Author | Reading | Author was a literal Nazi (y/n) |

Just so that students don't get emotionally invested in someone's work and then find out later

I've been anxious, so I've turned to Ursula K. Le Guin, because she's among the wisest.

The Hymn to Time is a #poem I think I've translated in the margins somewhere. Maybe I'll get around to digging up the book in this room.

poets.org/poem/hymn-time

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"Beginning December 15, 2020 the Yahoo Groups website will shut down and members will no longer be able to send or receive emails from Yahoo Groups."

Yahoo doing Yahoo things.

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