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  1. May 2023
  2. Oct 2022
    1. Goutor only mentions two potential organizational patterns for creating output with one's card index: either by chronological order or topical order. (p34) This might be typical for a historian who is likely to be more interested in chronologies and who would have likely noted down dates within their notes.

  3. Aug 2022
    1. The two corresponding dates should be given in case ofOld Style and New Style; of French Revolutionary andGregorian calendars; of Mohammedan and Christian eras;etc. Aid in dealing with these problcms may be convenientlyobtained from John J. Bond, ZIandy book of rules and tablesfor verifying dates rhth the Christian era, 4th cd., London,1889. and other treatises on chronology.

      This looks like a fascinating reference. Are there newer ones?



  4. Apr 2017
    1. book that I'm almost fin-ished writing,

      So you know how we talked about how Cixous writes like she's giving a speech and Derrida's essay is actually a lecture script, so he signs it? I love that Anzaldua is writing her essay as though she's speaking from before the point it's published. She situates herself in a very particular and pseudo-impossible time here.

      This line is gold.

  5. Aug 2016
    1. Chronology

      Consider timeline and background. Decide the time frame you wish to investigate.