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16.11.02

The readings for the History of Geographic Thought class that all first-year PhD students have to take come from a great variety of different books and journals, none of which are provided for us. As an alternative to everyone taking their reading list to the library and hunting down hundreds of sources, there is a set of photocopied readings passed down from class to class. I discovered today that someone inserted into one an ad for WOGAN, Worcester's branch of the anti-globalization movement. This is a step up from the last local ad I found inserted into class materials. In high school my world cultures textbook contained a bookmark with the slogan of a local band: "Dead girls don't say no."

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