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Cassandra Kosmayer
Cassandra Kosmayer

A slow journalist advocate aiming to create in-depth discussions about the arts, society, and the environment. A creative writer with a perpetual WIP on the way, and a content writer for a diverse set of clientele. I am an artist through and through and wish to see the world for all its wonder. Join me on my journey, and enjoy quality content from a variety of topics.

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The Existence of a female Bildungsroman

An Analysis of Mill on the Floss and My Ántonia

Mostly a male-centric genre focusing on the development of a boy into his maturity, the very definition of the bildungsroman is disinclined to include its female counterpart, and in doing so has insisted on the two genders being an irreconcilable dichotomy.[1] This division, however, can be seen only as a consequence of the era in […]

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The Nature and Redemption of the Anti-Hero

A Literary Analysis of the Anti-Hero Trope

What makes a hero? In literature a hero (or heroine) is defined as ‘The principle male and female characters in a work of literature’ and ‘In criticism the terms carry no connotations of virtuousness or honour.’[1] Yet any reader’s natural moral code should reject antagonistic protagonists just as easily as they cast judgement in reality. [...]

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Authenticity vs. Accessibility: A Debate for the Modern Museum

The Potential of 3D Scanning Art and Artifacts

3D scanning has obvious uses when concerning digital heritage artefacts, but what about fine art? Paintings are, traditionally, viewed and digitally reproduced as 2D images on the Internet, but this ignores the obvious benefits of being able to see and analyse brushstrokes and rarely conveys actual size. 3D scans have the opportunity to revolutionize not [...]

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Collaboration and Transmedia Futures in Spatial Scholarship Projects

An Analysis Into the Academic Publishing Sector

The academic publishing sector has been stretching the limits of its traditional business model for some time now: Academic journals are nearly entirely digital More and more books are offered in their entirety online The possibilities of publishing, however, do not end there despite the apparent reluctance from disciplines in the humanities. Where they remain [...]

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The Future of Society in the Face of AI

The Need for Mass Coding Literacy

We are no longer on the dawn of an era when technology pervades our lives; it’s our everyday reality. New technologies emerge daily allowing more and more processes to be automated – for our convenience; for consumption; for a piece of the worldwide market share. Technology, computers, even the WWW, have become essential to our [...]

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