Wind and pollen make for a perfect storm of allergies this time of year, but I’d still take the milder temperatures for snow or cold! Easter this year should be almost balmy and dry (and we probably need rain).
I plan to try to catch up on odds and ends over the long holiday weekend, but I’ll also make time for opening weekend of baseball, some basketball, and probably the Frampton-Herring boxing match on Saturday.
Mostly, though, I’ll try to get on top of a disturbing backlog of work and set myself up for a more comfortable run to the end of the semester!
Wishing all my readers a productive and happy weekend with some quick hits and varia:
- Two Articles on the Cultures of Harassment in Archaeology.
- Migration Myths and the End of the Bronze Age in the Eastern Mediterranean.
- Receptions of the Bible in Byzantium: Texts, Manuscripts, and their Readers.
- Journal of Late Antique, Islamic and Byzantine Studies (JLAIBS).
- Pyla at the Louvre.
- The Chronicles of Chester Fritz.
- New AJA Editors.
- Leiden, Contemporary Archaeology, and April Fools.
- Walking to work.
- VAC Sigma 170i IQ integrated amplifier.
- Is it Bandcamp Friday?
- What I’m reading: UGH! What’s with all the questions?
- What I’m listening to: The Antlers, Green to Gold.