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Updated: 2011-11-01T10:05:51.746-06:00

 



Your eggs talk coincides nicely (but tangentially)...

2006-05-04T14:47:00.000-06:00

Your eggs talk coincides nicely (but tangentially) with today's Calvin & Hobbes repost.



I'd read all of those, too. You've got the cooles...

2006-05-04T11:53:00.000-06:00

I'd read all of those, too. You've got the coolest CV around, I think.



Smile when you say that! I'm going to have to blog...

2006-05-04T11:04:00.000-06:00

Smile when you say that! I'm going to have to blog a bit about this CV/career/schizophrenia thing, coming out of my long chat with my old department chair. But most importantly, we've got to do our own work. Glad to hear about your, and QWP's scatterings. It makes me feel less abnormal.



Another American Studies PhD chiming in to say tha...

2006-05-04T09:34:00.000-06:00

Another American Studies PhD chiming in to say that when I look at that list, I don't think "schizophrenia," I think, "Oh, that all sounds fascinating!"

I'm waiting to read that scrapbooking book.



I would, too. And they all do make sense under th...

2006-05-04T09:13:00.000-06:00

I would, too. And they all do make sense under the "American Studies" heading.

But I'm no one to talk about having a scattered CV -- I'm an "authority" on Saskatchewan women's ban-the-bomb movements and on authors in 1930s Germany. They have nothing to do with each other, except for my brain.



Your work sounds very interesting -- I'd read thos...

2006-05-04T08:50:00.000-06:00

Your work sounds very interesting -- I'd read those books!