Sunday Summary – March 22nd, 2015

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So what did you miss this week?

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Monday, March 16th, in 1861 Samuel “Sam” Houston was relieved of office, we invited Steampunk authors to sell their books at the Symposium, and the coded language of Victorian “Fan” Talk was added the Symposium Sessions list

 

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Tuesday, March 17th, we lamented the opening of Bełżec extermination camp in 1942, took a look at the TV show Tin Man, and invited women to Lie Back and Think of England for a Symposium panel on Women’s Health and Sexuality in Victorian England.

 

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Wednesday, March 18th, in 1834 the Tolpuddle Martyrs were sentenced, we invited you to watch the short film Vagabond, and Steampunk Erotica added a degree of spice to the International Steampunk Symposium schedule.

 

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Thursday, March 19th, in 1895 we looked at the invention of the cinematograph, visited the Kalamazoo Living History Show, and Intuitive Tarot for Self Reflection joined the Symposium Sessions list.

 

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Friday, March 20th, in 1852 Harriet Beecher Stowe changed history with a book, we compared Sherlock Holmes to Shakespeare, we asked you what color t-shirt worked best for the International Steampunk Symposium design, and we took a peek at Victorian women’s underwear.

 

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Saturday, March 21st, in 1871 Otto von Bismarck took control of Germany, we presented the International Steampunk Symposium coloring page, and invited you to go public with your Steampunk with the Steampublic panel.

 

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Sunday, March 22nd, in 1638 Anne Hutchinson became the most notorious woman in North America, we added Before Star Trek to the ever growing list of panels at the Steampunk Symposium, and then . . . it was time for the Sunday Summary!

 

Coming Next Week . . .

Will we finally get around to that International Steampunk Symposium entertainment schedule?

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