We’ve had cool, but lovely week here in North Dakotaland, but just to remind everyone that winter is never quite over, we’re expecting 3-6 inches of snow on Saturday.
Oh well, I was planning at staying inside anyway.
If you’re planning at staying put and riding out whatever inclement weather or terrible disease is headed your way, may I suggest grabbing a paperback copy of Sebastian Heath’s DATAM: Digital Approaches to Teaching the Ancient Mediterranean, which was released this week. It is, of course, available as a free download as well.
Alternately, you can check out this list of quick hits and varia, which includes a number of free digital books:
- Migration Histories of the Medieval Afroeurasian Transition Zone.
- Cotsen Institute of Archaeology volumes available for free.
- Anthropocene Unseen: A Lexicon.
- COVIDs and the Greek Economy.
- Read around in the Archaeology Magazine archive.
- I’m on the radio talking about North Dakota Quarterly (at 15:00).
- Some great stuff in the most recent issue of Academe.
- Funding Anthropological Research in the Age of Covid-19.
- The Abolition Geographies of COVID-19.
- Prague Paved with Jewish Tombstones.
- COVID Dreams.
- Bertucci Watches.
- Death by Project Management Webinar.
- What I’m reading: Catherine D’Ignazio and Lauren F. Klein, Data Feminism (2020).
- What I’m listening to: Chicano Batman, Invisible People.