It’s almost time here for another snow storm. This time it’ll arrive over so-called “Spring Break.” At the same time, I do get a week off from teaching and meetings and the like. The NBA season is getting more interesting, NASCAR is hitting its stride, and Australia somehow managed to score 300+ runs in an ODI innings in India (with Maxwell at 3 no less!).
The week I also received the paper copy of my first volume of NDQ as editor. I’m beyond excited about this and am very proud of the collaborative spirit and creativity from everyone who made this possible. You can buy a copy here and you can get a sense for its contents here.
Once you’re done enjoying some NDQ, feel free to browse some quick hits and varia:
- Digital Department of Antiquities of Jordan.
- Classical Studies in the News.
- A Guide to the Classical Archaeology Job Market.
- Digital HBC.
- RIP Yannis Behrakis.
- Pulltab Archaeology.
- “A Generation in Search of a Future” at 50.
- A Dystopian bookstore.
- Flyway Journal.
- Rising Sea Levels in Light.
- We work too much.
- The Fight for Deutungshoheit.
- History of dormitories.
- On Paul Volcker.
- Last Stop for Tourists.
- What I’m reading: Isto Huvila, ed. Archaeology and Archaeological Information in the Digital Society (2018).
- What I’m listening to: Thelonious Monk, The Genius of Modern Music.
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