It’s been a while since I’ve corralled various links into a quick hit and varia post.
In my defense, I’ve been busy. Go check out my most recent podcast or read what I’ve been doing over at North Dakota Quarterly.
So without further ado.
- A new editor for the American Journal of Archaeology.
- A new book on Late Antique spolia by an Isthmia alumnus, Jon Frey.
- A new journal of archaeology.
- A new Chuck Jones project.
- A new(ish) book by Shawn Graham.
- History Matters.
- More and more heartbreaking stories about the refugee crisis in Greece.
- An award for my friends over an Open Context.
- The fate of Ashgate.
- Apparently Greek anarchists take their political views very seriously.
- Internet Archaeology on digital heritage.
- Academia.edu is taking some heat lately. Here’s a discussion on staying with academia.edu. Here’s a statement by Cal’s Office of Scholarly Communications.
- The Mighty Capital Lodge near Tioga has closed. This was our base camp for quite a few trips to the Bakken.
- Refugee camps are the cities of tomorrow.
- Rose quartz and serenity are the soothing Pantone colors of the year.
- Animated Nina Simone.
- The clock of the long now.
- Check out The Bitter Southerner.
- Climate and colonialism and against the anthropocene.
- British Rail Corporate Identity Manual.
- NASCAR and Terry Gilliam.
- A nice little piece on Grado headphones. If you’re looking for a Christmas gift for someone who loves music, these are the way to go.
- What I’m reading: Jane Bennet, Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things. Duke 2010.
- What I’m listening to: Paquito D’Rivera, Portraits of Cuba; Gloria Ann Taylor, Love is a Hurtin’ Thing.