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Congratulations to Joan Jonas! Stay tuned for an interview between Joan Jonas, Bonnie Marranca, and Claire MacDonald, which will appear in the May issue of PAJ (107).

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Ms. Jonas, a pioneering figure in performance and video art, will create a new site-specific installation.
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A conversation with Bonnie Marranca, editor of PAJ: A Journal of Performance & Art, appears in Contemporary Theatre Review 24:2.
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#TBT 1994: A brochure promoting Volume 7 of NEURAL COMPUTATION. Michael S. Gazzaniga's article, "On Neural Circuits and Cognition," appeared in 7:1.

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If there are stages of grief and steps to recovery, isn’t the act of reading a complicated, evolving thing over time? Cartoonist Lynda Barry, one of scores of writers at the National Book Festival on Sept. 21-22, certainly thinks so. (Related: 12 authors, 12 reasons why they write)
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#TBT 1989: A flyer promoting the JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE's very first issue.

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#TBT June 1994: John Morkes writes about ARTIFICIAL LIFE's debut in +WIRED. He states, "On the whole, the journal is very cool." Morkes also notes that "The journal also has a BBS - Artificial Life Online - accessible via telnet, gopher, World Wide Web, or ftp."

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Allies in Academia: The Relationship Between Libraries and Publishers (Bookbuilders of Boston Spring Workshops 2014)

Erika Valenti, MIT Press Sales Manager, and Annie Erdmann, Electronic Resources and Digital Assets Librarian in the Beatley Library at Simmons College, discussed how publishers and libraries work together to serve readers as part of Bookbuilders of Boston's Spring Workshops series (April 8, 2014).
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If you'll be attending #AAH2014 in London this week, check out #ARTMargins Editors Anthony Gardner and Angela Harutyunyan's academic session, "New World Systems? Reassessing the Transnational Traffic of Art."
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INTERNATIONAL SECURITY authors Erik Gartzke and Yonatan Lupu follow up on their 2012 article, "Trading on Preconceptions: Why World War I Was Not a Failure of Economic Interdependence" on The Monkey Cage.

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World War I is often held up as an example for why economic interdependence does nothing to stop war. A closer look reveals that may be wrong.
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Attention, Boston-area BAFFLER fans: Tomorrow evening (3/26) at 7:30 pm, John Summers will talk about COTTON TENANTS with David Whitford, editor-at-large at Fortune magazine. This event will take place at Arlington High School. Admission info and more below.

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