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What is a Weitzmann Region?

Among my areas of interest in music theory, I am particularly interested in extended tonality, namely the description of chromatically adventurous works of the Romantic period all the way through contemporary artists like Steve Reich. 482 more words

Shrimp Book Review (With Spoilers)

When I went to the library the other day, I was searching the shelves for a book I have never heard of. That is when I found the book… 1,243 more words

Archeology of the Robotic

The archeology of robots unfolds robotic creatures as an object traversing spaces and time; humanoid robots are nostalgic objects. Employing Donna Haraway’s (1991) notion of cyborg, I ask where is the division between human and non-human, alive and dead, animate and inanimate, is situated now, in the anthropocene eschatologies? 631 more words

Nonhuman

3 Things I learnt about life in the early 20th century from "The Sun Also Rises" by Ernest Hemingway

Finished reading Hemingway’s “The Sun Also Rises” & wanted to do a quick review! Here are 3 things that Hemingway taught me about life in the early 20th century. 188 more words

2016

Some Broken Brick Walls: Thank you, Cousin Bob!

In my post about the descendants of Mary Seligman, the youngest child of Marx Seligman, I wrote that I was hoping to be in touch with one of Mary’s descendants to learn more about what happened to some members of the family.  2,593 more words

Genealogy