I'm currently involved in a research project about literacy in the Ancient Mediterranean, and I keep finding mentions of a passage in the Talmud referred to as [Ketubot 8:11 32c]. I checked Sefaria and other online Talmuds, but I can't find any that contain a passage with that numbering in Ketubot. Have I missed something fundamental about how the Talmud is ordered?
It took a bit of detective work but I think it refers to the 8th chapter of Massekhet Ketubot in the Jerusalem Talmud, halacha (law) 11, see the original here.
If I google
Ketubot 8:11 32c the way you have it, I find multiple references (e.g., bottom of here) to the verse from Deuteronomy 32:47 which is the one referred in the gemara above (the reference 32 appears in the margin of the gemara).
See the Sefaria version of the gemara here.
Puzzle solved I think.
(I am less clear how the gemara relates to the content of the article from where you took the reference. Not even sure this is the correct reference. Baba Batra 21a seems much more interesting re literacy in the Ancient Mediterranean. You will tell us I guess.)