Category Archives: Eric Hayot

a little fluff on the footnote

I love a good footnote (1), me. But I know some people loathe them. I just can’t understand this. What’s not to like about a good footnote? Humanities scholars tend to like a good footnote; some citation styles – many used … Continue reading

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the reading and writing that no-one sees

We write much more than we ever publish.  A lot of unseen writing is about acquiring the knowledge that we need in order to do the writing that will be made public. We read much more than we cite. A lot of … Continue reading

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