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Some of you may know about this resource already, and while I’ve been checking in on it for a while, I’ve only just started doing so in any depth as I prepare a course for next term. Here is the ‘about’ information from the AAARG.org site

AAAARG is a conversation platform – at different times it performs as a school, or a reading group, or a journal.

AAAARG was created with the intention of developing critical discourse outside of an institutional framework. But rather than thinking of it like a new building, imagine scaffolding that attaches onto existing buildings and creates new architectures between them.

Twitter. http://twitter.com/aaaarg

Facebook. http://www.facebook.com/aaaarg.org

RSS/XML. http://aaaarg.org/feeeed

Email Subscribe. http://aaaarg.org/cgi-bin/dada/mail.cgi

Contact. someone -at- aaaarg -dot- org

One of the ‘issues’ around which people have begun to collect texts is “Sharing and Remixing in the Humanities.” You’ll have to create an account to access any of the texts (or add to the library), but it’s easy and worth it…


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