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The BABEL Working Group is a collective and desiring-assemblage of scholar-gypsies with no leaders or followers, no top and no bottom, and only a middle. BABEL roams and stalks the ruins of the post-historical university as a multiplicity, a pack, looking for other roaming packs and multiplicities with which to cohabit and build temporary shelters for intellectual vagabonds. We also take in strays.
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Special thanks to Eileen Joy for her enthusiasm and inspiration; and to Fran McDonald and Phil Torres, for — in their own unique ways — making this project way more interesting than it would have been without their input.