I'm a writer (mostly of television promos) in Atlanta. Non-academic these days, but I never stopped studying. Some of you may remember me as the admin of the now defunct instance humanities.one. Primary interests are philosophy, history, religion, literature and the arts.
I'm an old geezer from London, working in HE, on a break from a doctorate.
I'm a shy, undergrad - pursuing an Bachelors in the Liberal Arts, and an Bachelors in Computer Science simultaneously over a 5 year period. I study the Humanities by day, and STEM by night!
I'm so honoured to be among this community. I can't wait to learn from all of you!
I'm a French grad student in English studies. This year, for my master's thesis, I studied translation in sci-fi novels. I'd like to continue this research next year while doing a translation studies Phd 🤞🏻.
Fun fact, I went back to college in my mid-thirties. I very much enjoy reading, music (from metal to electronic), cemeteries, low brow art, biology and chatting.
I'm also training to become a sophrologist.
resumed this old account, once created by chance
I'd like to move in the future onto Earth Sciences
Hello Scholar! I'm Artist Marcia X & I finally got my account here!
I'm doing a Masters in Research of Art & Design, or Artistic Research at EINA in Barcelona.
My thesis project:
'La Sangre Llama' is a body of performance and photography/video work exploring this post colonial body (Puerto Rico) and sites of colonial violence in a city (Barcelona). I would say this project explores a lot of what is unseen of monuments, statues and spaces of historical significance.
I am a half-studied rogue with a BA in linguistics, of the European Functionalist persuasion.
I like reading and talking about philosophy, and take way too great joy in picking the wings off people who love logic a bit too much.
I ❤️ Deflationism! Quasi-realism! Anti-fascism! Anti-capitalism!
I will tell you all about the inductive primacy of reason, if you'll let me. That shit's important for all the wrong reasons.
I defo talk too much.
Administrative account for scholar.social
I boost #introduction(s) toots from scholar.social users
Pinned toot: this month's journal club
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