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elisa freschi

Dear Helen, dear John,

many thanks for this inspiring, intelligent and even ironic post. I completely agree with the author. Perhaps one might add how platforms like Academia.edu (or this blog) have made interactions with peers easier?

grad student

Thanks for this, it sounds like you are living the good life! I am curious what interaction is like with people at your home institutions and at conferences. Are people generally interested in engaging, or do you encounter snobbery?

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