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This week, in Visual Culture and Modern Publics – a joint course with the History M.A. program at Trent – we discussed the rise of American mass culture, and specifically the international popularity of the exhibition (which, historically, was a national event that displayed the most innovative technological advancements and products of the time) and […]

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Writing for Academia – Some Advice from the Cheaper Seats

Today’s guest-post comes courtesy of professor Michael Morse. At our request, Michael has agreed to provide his insight into how essay writers can approach developing their craft. That’s it for me; take it from here Michael! Dear comrades, forgive my intrusion into a blog arena that’s not supposed to be for the likes of me. I saw some writing […]

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