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medievalpoc: On the Literal Erasure of Black Figures in…

medievalpoc: On the Literal Erasure of Black Figures in Historical Paintings: comments on “Mantegna in Mantua” by Mary Beard You should definitely read this ^^ fascinating exploration of how Roger Fry, a restorer in the 1930s, decided to paint over a Black man on the original fresco, making him white. Although he has since been […]


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Congrats, France! This is really good news to hear. https://t.co/YxKiwFyxFd

@Mercy Congrats, France! This is really good news to hear. https://t.co/YxKiwFyxFd — Jenna Leng (@Mercy) May 7, 2017


Having a hard time choosing between @withknown and @anchor for my mini podcasting needs.

@Mercy Having a hard time choosing between @withknown and @anchor for my mini podcasting needs. — Jenna Leng (@Mercy) May 5, 2017


I feel weird about changing my avatar. I mean, I want to, but it’s been ten years. Kind of feels like part of me.

@Mercy I feel weird about changing my avatar. I mean, I want to, but it's been ten years. Kind of feels like part of me. — Jenna Leng (@Mercy) April 27, 2017


Safety lights are for dudes 🤣 https://t.co/snQ4uv2nQs

@Mercy Safety lights are for dudes 🤣 https://t.co/snQ4uv2nQs — Jenna Leng (@Mercy) April 24, 2017


This is the best discussion of Muppet origins that I’ve read in a long time. (One of many, yeah.) https://t.co/XX4eWizn7G

@Mercy This is the best discussion of Muppet origins that I've read in a long time. (One of many, yeah.) https://t.co/XX4eWizn7G — Jenna Leng (@Mercy) April 24, 2017


This is the best discussion of Muppet origins that I’ve read in a long time. (One of many, yeah.) https://t.co/XX4eWizn7G

@Mercy This is the best discussion of Muppet origins that I've read in a long time. (One of many, yeah.) https://t.co/XX4eWizn7G — Jenna Leng (@Mercy) April 24, 2017


The idea that people who misspell or use words like “your” for “you’re” have nothing of value to say is one that needs to die.

@Mercy The idea that people who misspell or use words like "your" for "you're" have nothing of value to say is one that needs to die. — Jenna Leng (@Mercy) April 21, 2017