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The typewriter and its role for gender modernity

Written by Maren Elias (114107970)

Technological progress has often been an important driver for the changes in society throughout history. In the first half of the 20th century, the invention of the typewriter had a huge impact on the occupational roles of men and women. 336 more words

Urban Architecture And Material Culture

Teenage Creativity

One aspect of Matthew Lewis’s ‘The Monk’ that I did not mention yesterday is that this youthful writer loses no opportunity to insert one of his poems or ballads into the text. 526 more words

Cover Story: Moa Martinson

Moa Martinson (real name Helga Maria Swartz) was a self-taught novelist and journalist who depicted the plight of the landless agricultural workers in the Swedish countryside. 374 more words


Buried Treasure

My father was recently given an Underwood Standard Typewriter No.3 as a gift and I was instantly mesmerized by it. There’s something about ”old” that’s magical to me. 167 more words


What I love

Hi guys! How’s going your day?
Mine’s a completely mess.
Today I wanna share with you one of my writings :) It’s a very special one, because it’s about all the things I love. 238 more words