It’s Super Bowl weekend here, so I’m going to immerse myself in my ongoing projects, pointless and self-destructive exercise, and books, so that I can avoid thinking about it until the last moment. Then I’ll turn the television on and watch my Eagles.
If you’re not as beholden to the big game, I’d encourage you to wander over to The Digital Press at the University of North Dakota and download (or buy!) our latest book: Chris Price’s The Old Church on Walnut Street: A Story of Immigrants and Evangelicals. Here’s the story of that book.
If old churches aren’t your thing (which would be super weird), you can also go and check out these quick hits and varia:
- Slow Science and its discontents.
- I got quoted in the Chronicle of Higher Ed.
- The recent report from University of Missouri Task Force on Academic Program is not good for Classics and Archaeology.
- White Paper on Digital History and Argument.
- The Beast. More on that project here.
- The Mayer House, The Original Stateside Home of the ASCSA.
- A History of the Northeast Village in Philadelphia.
- SAA Archaeological Record: Climate Change and Community Action.
- A World without College.
- This is cool read on Rodney Dangerfield.
- Stereophile‘s annual “Records to Die For” always has something cool in it.
- What I’m reading: Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, The Mushroom at the End of the World. Princeton 2015.
- What I’m listening to: Ty Segall, Freedom’s Goblin.
Argie Guards the Guards.