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Topics for discussion include anthropology, archaeology, the arts, ethnic and gender studies, history, linguistics, literature, philosophy, political science, religion, and so on. Professionals, academics, students and amateurs welcome.
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Looking for instances with overlapping themes? If you need more language and linguistics, check out polyglot.city. Academics in all fields can check out scholar.social. For STEM scholars, there's mathstodon.xyz and scicomm.xyz.