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Virtually a Historian

Blogs and the Recent History of Dispossessed Academic Labor

Claire Bond Potter

A contemporary history of higher education in the United States is being written on the Internet. Academic bloggers interrupt and circumvent the influence of professional associations over debates about unemployment, contingent labor, publishing, tenure review, and other aspects of creating and maintaining a scholarly career. On the Internet, limited status and prestige, as well as one's invisibility as a colleague, are no barrier to acquiring an audience within the profession or creating a contemporary archive of academic labor struggles. At a moment of financial and political crisis for universities, these virtual historians have increasingly turned their critical faculties to scrutinizing, critiquing, and documenting the neoliberal university. Although blogging has not displaced established sources of intellectual prestige, virtual historians are engaged in the project of constructing their own scholarly identities and expanding what counts as intellectual and political labor for scholars excluded from the world of full-time employment.

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Daniel Lord Smail

Middle Ages to our times . Aslockton, Notts, U.K.: Avon & Arno.” 12 You can do the next bit on your own: go to the Internet and try to authenticate the book’s existence. In fairness, you may find a related title by Mr. Held and in this you can find a

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From Villainous Letch and Sinful Outcast, to “Especially Beloved of God”

Complicating the Medieval Leper through Gender and Social Status

Christina Welch and Rohan Brown

references to lepers in Troilus and Cressida, Tristan and Isolde, and Chaucer’s Summoner, but visual depictions of lepers in manuscripts and bibles also tended to be male, as an internet image search using the term “medieval leper” can demonstrate. 40 Males

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“Clear and Present Danger”

The Legacy of the 1917 Espionage Act in the United States

Petra DeWitt

the rights of a few to protect the public and national security. 63 Congressmen invoked this interpretation of the Espionage Act when they discussed the leaking of sensitive information through the Internet during hearings in 2010 related to Bradley

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From Exoticism to Authenticity

Textbooks during French Colonization and the Modern Literature of Global Tourism

Claudine Moïse

rely on processes of identity reification and make use of the written material resources at hand on a large scale, thanks to the school system, tourism, and the Internet. One could argue that they are not bonded by historicity and that they are not

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Nicole Hudgins

’s wartime cartoons are available on the Internet Archive ( 32 Arsène Alexandre used the word “bruised” or “murdered” ( meurtrie, meurtrier, meurtre ) at least twenty times to describe the fate of inanimate objects in Les Monuments français

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Cultural Heritages and Their Transmission

Elizabeth C. Macknight

shops, because food and drink might be ordered on the Internet, or from one's seat in an airplane, rather than prepared and consumed in the company of friends and family at home. As craft industries, papermaking, pottery, and wooden shipbuilding

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Politics, Patronage, and Diplomacy

A New Perspective on C. K. J. Bunsen (1791–1860)

Lorraine Macknight

Winkworth (1858). 2 Alex Oliver and Andrew Shearer, Diplomatic Disrepair (Sydney: Lowy Institute for International Policy, 2011). 3 Source: Internet Archive site for the hymnbook (full title: Versuch eines allgemeinen evangelischen Gesang