KUNGGUR kanggar!: A landscape of Manchu onomatopoeias

Back in November, I was fortunate enough to join a panel of wonderful scholars, all of whom I deeply respect and admire, in the plenary session of the History of Science Society 2013 annual meeting in Boston. We were all talking, in different ways and using different media, about the importance of experimentation with the form of academic narratives about objects and the history of … Continue reading KUNGGUR kanggar!: A landscape of Manchu onomatopoeias