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About meI taught high school social studies. Now I am getting my PhD to teach others to teach high school social studies. I have a seemingly unlimited desire to learn about culture, biology and astronomy. I am curious about the effects of race, war and Imperialism on culture.
About my libraryI began cataloging my books when I was nine. I wrote numbers in all of them, and placed them in a box outside my bedroom door with a sign (which I thought was very inviting). I was disappointed when my older siblings didn't browse my stacks or inquire about getting a library card. But that didn't stop me from cataloging my books and baseball cards.
GroupsA Pearl of Wisdom and Enlightenment, African/African American Literature, All About Art, Altered States, American History, American Postmodernism, Anarchism, Art is Life, Baseball, BDSM Bibliophiles —show all groups, Birds, Birding & Books, Blank Generation, Bob Dylan, Buddhism, Chess, Dictionaries & other reference books, dystopia, Dystopian novels, Ecology and the environment, Erotica, Evolve!, Existentialism, Fairy Tale Readers, Feminist Theory, For Parents: Raising Readers, genderqueer, Genealogy@LT, Graduate Students, Graphic Novels!, History at 30,000 feet: The Big Picture, History of Science/Technology/Medicine, Japanese Culture, Library History, Lists, Lost Generation, Maps and Atlases, Marxist & Socialist, me talk pretty, Naval History and Fiction, Philosophy of Science, Poetry Fool, poetry in translation, Political Philosophy, Post-apocalyptic Literature, Queer and Trans Lit, Radical History, Religion Studies, Rock 'n' Roll, Records and Record Collections, SABR Members, Science!, Social science, Starting Your Own Personal Library, Teachers who LibraryThing, The Beatles, The Chapel of the Abyss, Vampire Fiction, Weird Fiction, Wikipedians
Real nameOliver Cashman-Brown
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Member sinceSep 9, 2006
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