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Ethnomediology

Chronotopes vs. Archetypes

Answering questions in my office the other day got me thinking of a more solid way to represent a concept I’ve been unpacking for years now, a concept that is, for most, too nebulous to grasp any pragmatic sense of its usefulness for creating and interpreting narratives: the chronotope. The word literally means “timespace,” but […]

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Ethnomediology

Scavenged Words

I ran into something interesting in my recent research. At first it seemed like a typo, but the more I dug the more I realized it was a cascading array of sloppy, mis-matched quoting amounting to a fascinating and hilarious mis-representation of words. It began with the portion of my dissertation where I describe chronotopes. […]