The mighty Red River of the North keeps rising and the rain keeps coming, but at least it’s giving me an excuse not to mow the lawn!
Instead I’m going to hunker down with a couple of thesis drafts, a book, and a few articles and make the best of a rainy weekend.
I might even find some time to dredge up a few more reads for quick hits and varia, but until then here’s something to get us started:
- Beyond Spolia: A New Approach to Old Inscriptions in Late Antique Anatolia
- NEH Fellowships (and others) at the American School in Athens.
- And a new AIA-NEH grant program.
- Leiden Journal of Pottery Studies in Open Access.
- Languages in the prehistoric Aegean.
- The Realness of Things Past.
- Digital Heritage Technologies: Applications and Impacts.
- Drone mapping Fort Mandan Overlook.
- Researchers’ view of the monograph.
- Books are subversive.
- Demographic crisis in higher education.
- October is Arts & Humanities Month in North Dakota!
- The Rise and Fall of the ‘Wilhelm Scream’.
- Celebrating 50 years of Seiko automatic chronographs.
- What I’m reading: Kwame Anthony Appiah, The Lies That Bind: Rethinking Identity. (London 2018).
- What I’m listening to: Duke Ellington, Far East Suite.