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sadnessofautumn · 2 days ago
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maybe one day i'll stop forgetting to post. (-_-) yesterday my friend and i studied in the school library!
autumun studying challenge • 21st october - falling rain or a crackling fireplace?
definitely falling rain!
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poetryofmuses · 2 days ago
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I don't care what you say, recieving presents is the hardest part about birthdays! Like what do you even do when someone gives you presents? Smile? Say thanku? Tell them you love it without making an edgy face to avoid giving them the wrong impression that perhaps you're not so fond of it? Trying hard to not feel overwhelmed by the fact that people even brought you any?
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22nd October 2021 ||
This morning I went to the library to study physics, and I’m so proud of my notes written on notion. Then I went to physics class and it was exciting to talk about tensors. After lunch I went to Astronomy laboratory class and we worked with a program that will allow us to calculate the mass of a galaxy from its rotation curve using an interferometer. ✨
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all-of-that-jazz · 2 days ago
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Late night study. I just started my natural science major this year and I'm thrilled to indulge in my fascination towards biology after all of these years of waiting. Even though so far the schedule had been extremely crazy, I'm feeling more alive than I was years ago. At least I want to do something meaningful, so I don't have to bear the regret afterwards.
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outsassing-nero · 23 hours ago
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23.10.21// woke up at 7:00 (cause i either sleep 12 or 7 hours and there’s no way to predict what comes when) but used the extra-time to finish readings for next week and do some phd research! then, i went to see a really cool exhibition at a local museum and finished up the day with some potential phd-readings and apfelstrudel :)
listening to: brave girls, after we ride
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mymessystudyblr · 2 days ago
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october 21, 2021
Hey you guys! This week has been a pretty weird ride for me lol. On Monday I was in a very bad mental state so my mom told me to just take the day off and stay in bed and just binge my fave shows, which I did (it helped a lot ;-;). I spent most of Tuesday recovering so it was pretty monotonous, but I at least tried to do a little bit that evening. I dunno why, but yesterday was so amazing, which was a huge relief from the beginning of this week. I was able to get a lot of my work done and still rest enough and feel great :)). 
I’ve even started using my physical planner again (I stopped for a while bc I was using Notion lol) and it’s helping a lot! I also feel like I’ve discovered a lot about myself and the type of person I am, and how I can build my routines and habits based off of those! Today is pretty amazing too, and I still feel really good! :D
I’ve (thankfully) pulled myself back together again, and hopefully I don’t have another breakdown for a long time! 
I’ve also been thinking a lot about my future and I’d really like to move to Sweden when I grow up! There are so many good things I love about it. And I’ve also been thinking of maybe starting a Youtube channel/daily vlogs in college! All of my friends have encouraged me to do so, and I really want to so I’d really like to! :)
I hope you guys have an awesome day! :)) <3
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earth-study · a day ago
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Slowly but surely getting back into the swing of things with uni!
Trying to make the most of this time when I’m not swimming in work…I can’t imagine it’s going to last too long
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sadnessofautumn · 19 hours ago
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23.10.2021 • i went to a book fair with my friends today!! it was really nice to be in a place filled with books and people who are interested in reading! ( ꈍᴗꈍ)
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studyywithmee · 23 hours ago
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23/10/2021
I woke up at 11 cuz today was a holiday and I wanted to wake up a little late! Then I ate my breakfast and did some writing part till 3. After that I ate my lunch and then few of my relatives visited my house and yeah that is the whole stuff I did today.. well also I am planning to shoot a video tomorrow so most probably tomorrow will be a really productive day!
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alittlestudycorner · 2 days ago
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21st October 2021
An impromptu post after a very long time. The past few days I've been a mess. Let's leave it at that. Today, however' I made some progress:)
Just spent time in nature without doing anything else and actually saw a rainbow! (It's not very clear in the pic, but see if you can spot it hehe). And I also did some painting and actually enjoyed it because I didn't put unnecessarily high expectations on myself.
So I'm content with my day today💜
Hope you guys had a great day or if not great at least an okay one. Sending you lots of love💜🌻
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raincoatscoming · 2 days ago
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10.22.2021 • history imitates life
good morning everyone! midterms had me swamped last week but i made it through; hope you’re all hanging in there <3 my ancient greek philosophy class started this week, since it’s on a condensed schedule, so this feels like a nice reward for surviving midterms…even if it does mean more work; i‘m a bit of a workaholic.
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vivvy-studies · 2 days ago
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Day-25 (Before Finals start)
🍓I had the eng test.....was it good? Well yeah it kindda was, but i don't trust myself with these online tests ;)
🍓I don't think I studied much after the test, but i did do some maths (integration) rev, but sadly forgot to click pictures of it :[
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🍓And i was extremely sleepy in the afternoon, so here's a aesthetic pic of my study space!
🍓Hope everyone's doing well \(@^0^@)/
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gaaandaaaalf · 8 months ago
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Essays
Here’s a (non-exhaustive) list of essays I like/find interesting/are food for thought; I’ve tried to sort them as much as possible. The starred (*) ones are those I especially love
also quick note: some of these links, especially the ones that are from books/anthologies redirect you to libgen or scihub, and if that doesn’t work for you, do message me; I’d be happy to send them across!
Literature + Writing
Godot Comes to Sarajevo - Susan Sontag
The Strangeness of Grief - V. S. Naipaul*
Memories of V. S. Naipaul - Paul Theroux*
A Rainy Day with Ruskin Bond - Mayank Austen Soofi
How Albert Camus Faced History - Adam Gopnik
Listen, Bro - Jo Livingstone
Rachel Cusk Gut-Renovates the Novel - Judith Thurman
Lost in Translation: What the First Line of “The Stranger” Should Be - Ryan Bloom
The Duke in His Domain - Truman Capote*
The Cult of Donna Tartt: Themes and Strategies in The Secret History - Ana Rita Catalão Guedes
Never Do That to a Book - Anne Fadiman*
Affecting Anger: Ideologies of Community Mobilisation in Early Hindi Novel - Rohan Chauhan*
Why I Write - George Orwell*
Rimbaud and Patti Smith: Style as Social Deviance - Carrie Jaurès Noland*
Art + Photography (+ Aesthetics)
Looking at War - Susan Sontag*
Love, sex, art, and death - Nan Goldin, David Wojnarowicz
Lyons, Szarkowski, and the Perception of Photography - Anne Wilkes Tucker
The Feminist Critique of Art History - Thalia Gouma-Peterson, Patricia Mathews
In Plato's Cave - Susan Sontag*
On reproduction of art (Chapter 1, Ways of Seeing) - John Berger*
On nudity and women in art (Chapter 3, Ways of Seeing) - John Berger*
Kalighat Paintings  - Sharmishtha Chaudhuri
Daydreams and Fragments: On How We Retrieve Images From the Past -  Maël Renouard
Arthur Rimbaud: the Aesthetics of Intoxication - Enid Rhodes Peschel
Cities
Tragic Fable of Mumbai Mills - Gyan Prakash
Whose Bandra is it? - Dustin Silgardo*
Timur's Registan: noblest public square in the world? - Srinath Perur
The first Starbucks coffee shop, Seattle - Colin Marshall*
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai's iconic railway station - Srinath Perur
From London to Mumbai and Back Again: Gentrification and Public Policy in Comparative Perspective -  Andrew Harris
The Limits of "White Town" in Colonial Calcutta - Swati Chattopadhyay
The Metropolis and Mental Life - Georg Simmel
Colonial Policy and the Culture of Immigration: Citing the Social History of Varanasi - Vinod Kumar, Shiv Narayan
A Caribbean Creole Capital: Kingston, Jamaica - Coln G. Clarke (from Colonial Cities by Robert Ross, Gerard J. Telkamp
The Colonial City and the Post-Colonial World - G. A. de Bruijne
The Nowhere City - Amos Elon*
The Vertical Flâneur: Narratorial Tradecraft in the Colonial Metropolis - Paul K. Saint-Amour
Philosophy
The trolley problem problem - James Wilson
A Brief History of Death - Nir Baram
Justice as Fairness: Political not Metaphysical - John Rawls*
Should Marxists be Interested in Exploitation? - John E. Roemer
The Discomfort You’re Feeling is Grief - Scott Berinato*
The Pandemic and the Crisis of Faith - Makarand Paranjape
If God Is Dead, Your Time is Everything - James Wood
Giving Up on God - Ronald Inglehart
The Limits of Consensual Decision - Douglas Rae*
The Science of "Muddling Through" - Charles Lindblom*
History
The Gruesome History of Eating Corpses as Medicine - Maria Dolan
The History of Loneliness - Jill Lepore*
From Tuskegee to Togo: the Problem of Freedom in the Empire of Cotton - Sven Beckert*
Time, Work-Discipline, and Industrial Capitalism - E. P. Thompson*
All By Myself - Martha Bailey*
The Geographical Pivot of History - H. J. Mackinder
The sea/ocean
Rim of Life - Manu Pillai
Exploring the Indian Ocean as a rich archive of history – above and below the water line - Isabel Hofmeyr, Charne Lavery
‘Piracy’, connectivity and seaborne power in the Middle Ages - Nikolas Jaspert (from The Sea in History)*
The Vikings and their age - Nils Blomkvist (from The Sea in History)*
Mercantile Networks, Port Cities, and “Pirate” States - Roxani Eleni Margariti
Phantom Peril in the Arctic - Robert David English, Morgan Grant Gardner*
Assorted ones on India
A departure from history: Kashmiri Pandits, 1990-2001 - Alexander Evans *
Writing Post-Orientalist Histories of the Third World - Gyan Prakash
Empire: How Colonial India Made Modern Britain - Aditya Mukherjee
Feminism and Nationalism in India, 1917-1947 - Aparna Basu
The Epic Riddle of Dating Ramayana, Mahabharata - Sunaina Kumar*
Caste and Politics: Identity Over System - Dipankar Gupta
Our worldview is Delhi based*
Sports (you’ll have to excuse the fact that it’s only cricket but what can i say, i’m indian)
'Massa Day Done:' Cricket as a Catalyst for West Indian Independence: 1950-1962 - John Newman*
Playing for power? rugby, Afrikaner nationalism and masculinity in South Africa, c.1900–70 - Albert Grundlingh
When Cricket Was a Symbol, Not Just a Sport - Baz Dreisinger
Cricket, caste, community, colonialism: the politics of a great game - Ramachandra Guha*
Cricket and Politics in Colonial India - Ramchandra Guha
MS Dhoni: A quiet radical who did it his way*
Music
Brega: Music and Conflict in Urban Brazil - Samuel M. Araújo
Color, Music and Conflict: A Study of Aggression in Trinidad with Reference to the Role of Traditional Music - J. D. Elder
The 1975 - ‘Notes On a Conditional Form’ review - Dan Stubbs*
Life Without Live - Rob Sheffield*
How Britney Spears Changed Pop - Rob Sheffield
Concert for Bangladesh
From “Help!” to “Helping out a Friend”: Imagining South Asia through the Beatles and the Concert for Bangladesh - Samantha Christiansen 
Gender
Clothing Behaviour as Non-verbal Resistance - Diana Crane
The Normalisation of Queer Theory - David M. Halperin
Menstruation and the Holocaust - Jo-Ann Owusu*
Women’s Suffrage the Democratic Peace - Allan Dafoe
Pink and Blue: Coloring Inside the Lines of Gender - Catherine Zuckerman*
Women’s health concerns are dismissed more, studied less - Zoanne Clack
Food
How Food-Obsessed Millennials Shape the Future of Food - Rachel A. Becker (as a non-food obsessed somewhat-millennial, this was interesting)
Colonialism's effect on how and what we eat - Coral Lee
Tracing Europe's influence on India's culinary heritage - Ruth Dsouza Prabhu
Chicken Kiev: the world’s most contested ready-meal*
From Russia with mayo: the story of a Soviet super-salad*
The Politics of Pancakes - Taylor Aucoin*
How Doughnuts Fuelled the American Dream*
Pav from the Nau
A Short History of the Vada Pav - Saira Menezes
Fantasy (mostly just harry potter and lord of the rings)
Purebloods and Mudbloods: Race, Species, and Power (from The Politics of Harry Potter)
Azkaban: Discipline, Punishment, and Human Rights (from The Politics of Harry Potter)*
Good and Evil in J. R. R. Tolkien's Lengendarium - Jyrki Korpua
The Fairy Story: J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis - Colin Duriez (from Tree of Tales)*
Tolkien’s Augustinian Understanding of Good and Evil: Why The Lord of the Rings Is Not Manichean - Ralph Wood (from Tree of Tales)*
Travel
The Hidden Cost of Wildlife Tourism
Chronicles of a Writer’s 1950s Road Trip Across France - Kathleen Phelan
On the Early Women Pioneers of Trail Hiking - Gwenyth Loose
On the Mythologies of the Himalaya Mountains - Ed Douglas*
More random assorted ones
The cosmos from the wheelchair (The Economist obituaries)*
In El Salvador - Joan Didion
Scientists are unravelling the mystery of pain - Yudhijit Banerjee
Notes on Nationalism - George Orwell
Politics and the English Language - George Orwell*
What Do the Humanities Do in a Crisis? - Agnes Callard*
The Politics of Joker - Kyle Smith
Sushant Singh Rajput: The outsider - Uday Bhatia*
Credibility and Mystery - John Berger
happy reading :)
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