From Twitter this evening:
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More Nature in Britain, 2012 by Su Blackwell, artist who creates paper art out of old books, often based on fairytale and the environment #womensart
(copied under fair use principles)
Monday, September 24, 2018
Saturday, September 22, 2018
In the midst of the Kavanaugh hearings, and in the wake of the president's characteristic insensitivity, here is a really good piece about why women did not report sexual assault.
Monday, September 3, 2018
As the project developed, I followed my curiosity into both Christian and Jewish interpretation of the Old Testament, and also the reasons why the New Testament, though mostly written by Jews, seems so anti-Jewish (and became the root of later anti-Semitism). I also tried to show the many interconnections and contrasts among Bible books and sections.
I decided to put all the posts together into one place, which turned out to be 215 single-spaced manuscript pages, gosh. Here is the blog page where all those posts are arranged from Genesis to Revelation, instead of the backward way that posts necessarily appear in a blog:
Friday, August 17, 2018
Saturday, July 28, 2018
Here's an interesting article about the importance of coffee in the Civil War! 'The word coffee was more present in these diaries than the words "war," "bullet," "cannon," "slavery," "mother" or even "Lincoln."'