And now, after 20 male textual critics (and a further 10 on Stephen Carlson's blog) I can present you with 10 who are female. All of these deal or dealt with text-critical matters, though one of the images shows what I believe to be someone not generally judged competent in such issues. One of the pictures is of a Classical textual critic.
Developing Yourself: Handling Family, a Professional Life and Staying Sane
I’ve been asked questions about family life and professional development by
a couple of developers recently. I speak pretty regularly, am doing well in
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