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Links – Guaranteed Politics Free

We’ve got film, TV, linguistics, writing and horror fiction in here, but guaranteed no politics: The New York Times tells the fascinating story of Dolores Hart, a Hollywood starlet in the late 1950s and early 1960s who starred in several … Continue reading

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Still Frosty Linkdump

We’re still stuck with frost, though the weather is less extreme than it has been these past two weeks. Tonight we’re experiencing “only” five degrees below zero. I haven’t blogged a lot at this place of late, but I blogged … Continue reading

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More gender discussion, this time grammatical

Aliette de Bodard, Keyan Bowes and Juliette Wade all respond to this study about how grammatical gender supposedly influences perception. I must confess that when I first read the National Public Radio article (since the actual study doesn’t seem to … Continue reading

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