Monthly Archives: May 2021

Focusing on the wrong things, or: The fatal flaw of selfies

I wrote this piece in 2018. No idea why I never pressed “publish”. Well, dear world, here you are! I made a couple of additions, marked in the text by square brackets. A particularly fashionable form of contemporary (amateur) photography, … Continue reading

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REBLOGGED: WYSIWYG Classics, Or: Making Roman diversity visible, audible, and accessible for 21st century audiences

This blog post was originally published on CUCD-EDI. I am grateful to Elena Giusti and Victoria Leonhard for both their invaluable support and permission to re-blog! Image credit:  Fabien Dany – http://www.fabiendany.com What do we want to see (and do … Continue reading

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