It seems like a long time since the last I’ve posted a varia and quick hits. With the holidays, travel, and the start of the semester, I’ve fallen behind in my obligations to my blog readers. It’s also very, very cold here.
So today, I’ll begin the long process of making it up to you.
- Bowie and Cyprus and Bowie and Philadelphia.
- Tom Gallant on “What Does the Acropolis Mean?”
- Gender and the Archaeological Institute of America’s Annual Meeting.
- Athens remains trendy.
- Andrew Reinhard on Open Access at the ANS.
- Greek hip hop (in English).
- Hidden landscapes in Los Angeles.
- College Year in Athens tackles the refugee crisis.
- Petrocultures at the University of Alberta.
- Check out the introduction to our almost-ready book The Bakken Goes Boom.
- Really bright stuff from Matthew Millner on the controversy at Wheaton College.
- White Bro Reading.
- Why are some academic books so expensive?
- The most edited Wikipedia pages.
- A distant relative of my wife is going to ball at Tulsa next year.
- University of Oregon and Branding.
- What I’m reading: R.G. Collingwood, The Idea of History. Oxford 1946.
- What I’m listening to: David Bowie, Heroes; David Bowie, Backstair.
It’s that cold.