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Books: A Criterial Approach to the Cartography of V2Book news: The LINGUIST list5 hourssaveRefWorks
Books: Metaphor and National IdentityBook news: The LINGUIST list5 hourssaveRefWorks
Computer Can Tell It’s You By The Way You DanceArtsJournal - Daily Arts News5 hourssaveRefWorks
Study: Pop Culture And Nature Seem To Evolve At The Same RateArtsJournal - Daily Arts News5 hourssaveRefWorks
Tony Hall To Step Down From Running The BBC At Critical MomentArtsJournal - Daily Arts News5 hourssaveRefWorks
Alan Turing And The Shaping Of Artificial IntelligenceArtsJournal - Daily Arts News5 hourssaveRefWorks
Small Talk And The Jockeying For StatusArtsJournal - Daily Arts News15 hourssaveRefWorks
Podcasts are Wildly Popular Right Now. Do We Care If They’re Accurate?ArtsJournal - Daily Arts News15 hourssaveRefWorks
The Quality Versus Opportunity Debate– A Predictable Oscars RitualArtsJournal - Daily Arts News16 hourssaveRefWorks
Is Amazon About To Take Over The Bestseller Book Business?ArtsJournal - Daily Arts News16 hourssaveRefWorks
Canada’s “Prairie Castles” Are DisappearingArtsJournal - Daily Arts News17 hourssaveRefWorks
How Ubiquitous Public Surveillance Is Changing Our Understanding Of Human BehaviorArtsJournal - Daily Arts News17 hourssaveRefWorks
Reconsidering Alan Bloom’s “Closed Minds”ArtsJournal - Daily Arts News18 hourssaveRefWorks
National Archives Blurs Anti-Trump Protest Signs Of 2017 Women’s March In ExhibitionArtsJournal - Daily Arts News18 hourssaveRefWorks
A Group Of Musicians Relocate To A Failing Town To Create A New Culture. Townspeople ResistArtsJournal - Daily Arts News19 hourssaveRefWorks
Jazz Saxophonist Jimmy Heath, 93ArtsJournal - Daily Arts News19 hourssaveRefWorks
How Did The Grammys Go From‘Step Up’ To This CEO Implosion?ArtsJournal - Daily Arts News20 hourssaveRefWorks
At Sundance This Year, One-Fourth Of The Documentaries Come From A New CompanyArtsJournal - Daily Arts News20 hourssaveRefWorks
Wait,‘1917,’ It Might Be The Year Of ‘Parasite’ArtsJournal - Daily Arts News21 hourssaveRefWorks
When The Washington Post Talked About The Top Book Trends Of The Last Decade, They Went Kinda Easy On A Big (Sometimes Bad) PlayerArtsJournal - Daily Arts News21 hourssaveRefWorks
Not Telling The Same Old Story Again And Again And Again And Again And AgainArtsJournal - Daily Arts News21 hourssaveRefWorks
The European Union Is Considering Banning Facial Recognition Technology For Five YearsArtsJournal - Daily Arts News21 hourssaveRefWorks
Singer-Songwriter David Olney Says‘I’m Sorry,’ Closes His Eyes, Drops His Head, And Dies OnstageArtsJournal - Daily Arts News21 hourssaveRefWorks
This Author Says This Moment Isn’t As New As We Like To ThinkArtsJournal - Daily Arts News22 hourssaveRefWorks
An Israeli Museum Cancelled An Artist’s Talk Because He Identifies As PalestinianArtsJournal - Daily Arts News22 hourssaveRefWorks
Vladimir Ashkenazy Retires SuddenlyArtsJournal - Daily Arts News22 hourssaveRefWorks
Did Streaming (Or Millennials) Kill The Music Chart?ArtsJournal - Daily Arts News22 hourssaveRefWorks
All Of The Winners Of The SAG AwardsArtsJournal - Daily Arts News22 hourssaveRefWorks
Edith Kunhardt Davis, Author Of‘Pat The Bunny’ Sequels, Has Died At 82ArtsJournal - Daily Arts News22 hourssaveRefWorks
To Research How To Make A Better Museum, Ask KidsArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
Movie Theatres With Shaking Seats Are Gimmicky– And Also A Good Education In FilmmakingArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
Life As A Young, Award-Winning CellistArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
We’re Losing Any Sense Of Place Because Now Everywhere Feels The SameArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
This Austrian Village, Overrun By‘Frozen’ Tourists, Wants Them To Go To The Salt MinesArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
What A‘Narrative Performance’ Is – And What It Can Do For An AudienceArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
A Royal Ballet Dancer Says It’s On Dancers (And Companies) To Make Sure Ballet Doesn’t Look ElitistArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
What Did Happiness Used To Look Like?ArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
Portraits Of Its People Rattle Some In A Georgia TownArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
After Producers Guild Win, Looks Like‘1917’ Is Becoming An Oscar FaveArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
Though They’re ‘Chronically Underfunded,’ Libraries Are Vital Parts Of Their CommunitiesArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
Hank Azaria Says He Will Stop Voicing Apu On The SimpsonsArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
Spanish Billionaire Fined $58 Million, Sent To Jail For Trying To Smuggle A Picasso Out Of Spain To AuctionArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
Stephen King’s Twitter Comment About The Oscars Gets At One Of The Academy’s Deepest ProblemsArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
Norma Tanega, Whose Hit Single Was Covered By Nearly Everyone, Has Died At 80ArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
Writing About War, But, You Know, With WomenArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
Why Did The Public Shut Down A Climate Activist’s Play Early?ArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
Hollywood Preps For A Writers’ Strike, But The Landscape Has Dramatically Changed Since The Last OneArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
The National Archives Blurred A Historic, And Historical, Photograph Of The Women’s March To Blur Anti-Trump SignsArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
Peter Larkin, Broadway Designer And Creator Of The Parliament-Funkadelic Mothership, Has Died At 93ArtsJournal - Daily Arts News1 daysaveRefWorks
Protesters Shut Down The LouvreArtsJournal - Daily Arts News2 dayssaveRefWorks
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