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Reading while Dissertating

Obviously, reading is intimately connected with research. The process of creating a dissertation necessitates forging a relationship with researchers who’ve trod on the same ground before, years before, in other directions, and with different guiding principles. Understanding the conversation, through reading the work of … Continue reading

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Do editions matter?

Obviously, yes– editions of books matter. But why? Is there really a big difference between a book published in 1867 and an edition published the following year? In the case of Edward Augustus Samuels, the difference is astonishing. But my … Continue reading

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