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Revision as of 15:01, 13 November 2013

This is the user page for Toni Sant, Founding President of the M3P:Foundation.

M3P registered users can leave messages here.

My main interest in this project is to bring together my professional work as an academic with my great passion for all forms of Maltese culture. You can also get a glimpse of some of the M3P-related things I'm interested in from the titles I add to the M3P:Reading Room.

There isn't a formal Toni Sant entry yet, but my Mużika Mod Ieħor podcast details are available through a working list.

I've also created a working list for my radio series Il-Fil tat-Tiġdid, which was originally broadcast on Radio Malta in 1990/91.

You can also check out some of the personal (non-academic, non-administrative, etc ) aspects I'm working on through the following links:

and this...

SEE ALSO: ToniSant.com - Toni Sant's personal website


Subpages: a springboard for further research

Things My Father Told Me

Wikis

M3P in Context: Internet Culture


M3P in Context: Memory Studies

Archives & Databases



interesting things to consider: more springboards for further research


academic research


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Other Music projects using MediaWiki

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