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* The American Council of Learned Societies and the Mellon Foundation have solved the job crisis in the humanities with a “a new fellowship program that will place eight recent humanities Ph.D.’s in paid positions (with health insurance) for two years in government agencies and nonprofit groups.” Grad students, you can finally relax.
* The monstrosity of laughter: the Tanganyika laughter epidemic.
* Just what it says on the tin: the Big Map Blog.
* And at long, long last: Keanu is finally ready for Bill and Ted to finally return.
Written by gerrycanavan
April 5, 2011 at 10:41 am
Posted in Look at what I found on the Internet
Tagged with academia, academic jobs, Bill and Ted, cartoonish supervillainy, corruption, ecology, film, Fukushima, government shutdowns, graduate student life, humanities, Japan, Keanu, laugh to keep from crying, maps, nuclear energy, nuclearity, politics, radiation, Republicans, Scott Walker, so long and thanks for all the fish, Tanganyika laughter epidemic, Wisconsin
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