Complex Singularities

Adventures in Thinking Outside the Tower
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Conferences and Live-Tweeting

I just got back from the 2011 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences1 in Fredericton where I was presenting at the Canadian Communication Association (CCA) annual conference. It was a great conference and I was especially excited to take part in an impromptu lunch-time “Grad Pub Summit” around the idea of forming a CCA interest group […]


I’ve been thinking about aphorisms this morning, and how I think I want to start including them in this blog. I have always been drawn to aphorisms, to short pithy statements, little nuggets of thought. The Oxford defines them as “general truths” or short statements of a scientific principle—e.g., “Every action has an equal and […]

A (Not So) Proper Introduction

So I’ve been sitting on this web address for a month or so, trying to find the time to write a proper introduction. In it I would lay out my reasons for choosing the title Complex Singularities and my vision for the blog. But I now realize that given the haphazard nature of my postdoctoral […]