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Seth Keen

Seth Keen's Public Library

May 09, 16

"upside-down’ calendar. A seasonality of the mind is more possible in Europe where there is still a hankering for a pastoral past, even in our post-industrial present. Perhaps settler Australia’s concentration of the agricultural and industrial revolutions truncated the tradition of the long summer being apart from the rest of the year. In the Danish language, spring and autumn, the seasons before and after summer are called (literally) ‘before the year’ and ‘after the year’. Summer "

  • Branston and Stafford suggest that the media “are not so much ‘things’ as places”,
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