Category Archives: gender fairness

Once in a while, I stumble across gender-related stuff. Actually, I stumble across it rather frequently – but most of the time, I read it, possibly think a bit about it, and then that’s it, even though it’s a topic … Continue reading

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Here’s another hodgepodge of things you will hopefully find interesting: Springer has an ebook sale until August 1, where you can buy all books from the archive (from between 1842-2004) for 9,99 € with a coupon code. It is valid … Continue reading

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Before I drift off into the blissfulness of the holidays, with nothing to do but hang out with loved ones, have yummy food and too much caffeinated hot beverages and the other usual silliness that accompanies this season, one more … Continue reading

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Time again to clear out some of those open tabs and pelt you with links! Here’s a comic explaining how the desperate situation in Syria developed. PhD Scholar blogs about finding answers to questions she didn’t have through research – … Continue reading

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