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Comic strips have been appearing in newspapers for over a century, and comic strips of yesteryear offer a glimpse into the aesthetic trends, social norms, and political debates of the past. The Stripper's Guide is the blog of Allan Holtz, a self-described "comic strip historian" and the author of American Newspaper Comics: An Encyclopedic Reference Guide. On this blog, Holtz and frequent...

http://strippersguide.blogspot.co.uk
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For anyone interested in American film history, You Must Remember This is a podcast dedicated to the "secret and/or forgotten histories of Hollywood's first century." Launched in 2014, the show is written and hosted by Karina Longworth with frequent guests from the worlds of film and journalism. Each episode explores a different aspect of Hollywood history, told with the aid of dramatic...

http://www.youmustrememberthispodcast.com
View Resource The Purdue OWL: Subject-Specific Resources Screenshot

The Purdue OWL (Online Writing Lab) offers this helpful collection of resources designed to help individuals understand the writing conventions and best practices of different professional and academic fields. These resources may be especially helpful for students as well as professionals who find themselves writing for new or specific audiences. This collection contains nine different guides -...

https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/4
View Resource Microsculpture Screenshot

Photographer Levon Biss and the Oxford University Museum of Natural History have teamed up to create Microsculpture: a captivating collection of magnified images of insects at the museum. As Biss explains, these images are created using a 36-megapixel camera that includes a 10x microscope. Each individual image is created using around 8,000 photographs. Visitors can view these photographs through...

http://microsculpture.net/microsculpture.html
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Released in 2015, The World in Ten Blocks is the title of both an interactive, online documentary and a film dedicated to a single ten-block stretch of Bloor Street in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The project was created by filmmakers Marc Serpa Francoeur and Robinder Uppal of Lost Time Media and is presented in partnership with The Globe and Mail. Why did the pair choose to focus on this single area...

http://theworldintenblocks.com