Denmark on a Dime, or “You can take it with you (but you’ll have to pay for another checked bag)” [Author's note: this is post 3 in a Summer-long series on first time archival work. Feel free to check out part 1 and 2. As always, comments are welcome, whether you think I've gotten something wrong, … Continue reading Denmark on a Dime
Geeking Out Loud about Apocrypha: or, a new e-Clavis entry up from yours truly and why you should care. Happy Friday to you all! I'm in the middle of a move right now (yes, literally the same weekend I'm flying to Europe-- why not kill 'all the birds' with a single stone?), so I haven't … Continue reading Geeking Out Loud
[Author's note: this is part 2 in "Raiders of the Lost Archive," a Summer-long guide to first time archival work. Feel free to check out part 1. As always, comments are welcome, whether you think I've gotten something wrong, right, or missed entirely. This series is meant to help grad students and other first time … Continue reading A Song of Grants and Ire
[This post is part 1 of a summer-long series on archival work. It is intended as a rough guide of sorts for noobs, by a noob. I claim no expertise, and, honestly, not all that much experience yet. So take my views with a grain of salt. I’m just trying to provide one story that … Continue reading Raiders of the Lost Archive! A Series…
Gentle Reader, This is my first blog post on my first ever blog. You may well wonder how it took me this long to do something so… turn of the century. I have no good excuse; only the observation that I’m a prolific and consistently late adopter of a good many dated things (see: first … Continue reading Breaking Ground
This is my first blog post on my first ever blog.