Author Archives: Kat Poje '16

Beginning with END

This summer, I am working as an Early Novels Database (END) researcher and cataloger. END is a project dedicated to deeply detailed, richly descriptive, but term controlled cataloging of 17th and 18th century novels pulled (primarily) from University of Pennsylvania’s Rare … Continue reading

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Student Arts Fund Support: Voice of Witness Oral History Reading and Workshop

Storytelling is the central theme of my academic work as a Religion major. I consider how the narratives we create give us a sense of identity, shape power dynamics, and imbue our perceived realities with meaning. On the most fundamental … Continue reading

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gods, and masks, and murders, oh my!

  The first week of the Hum Lab: A Consortial Workshop is coming to a close.  We arrived in the land of ten thousand lakes as a motley, enthusiastic crew of students from various liberal arts colleges and of various majors, … Continue reading

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Building the Future

Working with the Library Company of Philadelphia’s Raymond Holstein Stereograph Collection has revealed to me the apparent contradiction inherent in cityscapes: the built environment of the present is both the same as and yet utterly alien to the built environment … Continue reading

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On the Stereo[graph]: Internship at the Library Company of Philadelphia

Returning my Tri-Pod ordered tomes on medieval medicine to Magill, clearing my computer of the multiple drafts of papers and paragraphs cluttering Word doc folders, and having taken my last trip to Haverford’s Special Collections, I felt a deep sense … Continue reading

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