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Sitting down in early medieval England: A catalogue of Anglo-Saxon chairs

After fighting their battles, tending to their fields, playing their harps, herding their cows and singing their Psalms, many an Anglo-Saxon would feel the need to put their feet up...
From: Dutch Anglo-Saxonist on 18 Aug 2016

CESMA field trip to Shrewsbury

I should apologise for the blip in posts subscribers must just have experienced; I put one post together in the depths of sleep deprivation before I realised that this one should have come first. If it’s...
From: A Corner of Tenth-Century Europe on 11 Aug 2016

Paws, Pee and Pests: Cats among Medieval Manuscripts

Since today is #InternationalCatDay, I figured it was time to reboot the following blog post, which appeared three-and-a-half years ago on medievalfragments and is my most succesful blog post so far. In...
From: Dutch Anglo-Saxonist on 8 Aug 2016

Serious Academic: Why I Engage Online

Another victim of the “selfie epidemic” Today The Guardian has done a stellar job of stirring academic twitter out of any summer doldrums it might be experiencing by publishing the clickbaity...
From: Meny Snoweballes on 5 Aug 2016

The Marvels of the East: An early medieval Pokédex

Pikachus, Togepis, Flareons, Charmanders and Bulbasaurs. These days, the World seems obsessed with Pokémon GO. However, this fancy for exotic monsters with special powers is...
From: Dutch Anglo-Saxonist on 24 Jul 2016

“Do not give your books to children!” and other medieval tips for taking care of books

Gashed gatherings, bodged bindings and faltering flyleaves. The current state of medieval manuscripts, either good or bad, reflects the manner in which manuscripts have been retained and used over the...
From: Dutch Anglo-Saxonist on 24 Jun 2016

Metablog XI: link clear-out

As is now normal, alas, I have to apologise for the gap in posting; there have been exam marks to finalise and then, heavens help me, I actually took some time off to do non-medieval things. But now I...
From: A Corner of Tenth-Century Europe on 22 Jun 2016

Collecting from Cliopatria

Screenshot of the History News Network magazine website Long-term readers may know that I used to be a contributor to a group blog at the Humanities News Network site, which was called Cliopatria. Cliopatria...
From: A Corner of Tenth-Century Europe on 19 May 2016

New Shoots and Tree Roots

Apologies for the lack of activity. I have been chronically unwell (again). That, coupled with the shear volume of material I had collected, and unfortunately also curated, meant I felt I had nothing constructive...

My blog and me

This is the text of the talk I’m giving this afternoon at an Oxford Academic IT #OxEngage panel on ‘Blogging and Digital Scholarship’.  I was asked to talk about why I blog and the...
From: Stylisticienne on 11 Mar 2016

#FemFog Medievalism: Lessons Learned

by JONATHAN HSYTwo ITM postings in one day! This posting began as a set of reflections on a public Facebook status update but I'm reposting it all here as a kind of archive (and it's especially appropriate...
From: In the Middle on 18 Jan 2016

Signs of the End Times, or, Rock’n’Roll is Dead

This was not what I had planned for this post, but as has regrettably happened often before events outstrip my backlog. The unthinkable has happened: Lemmy, founder of Motörhead and an occasional...
From: A Corner of Tenth-Century Europe on 29 Dec 2015

Entrevista a mi en Català

The seminar reports are catching up but reports on my other activity seem still to be mired in busy busy November 2014. At the very end of that month, I had the unusual honour of being interviewed for...
From: A Corner of Tenth-Century Europe on 17 Dec 2015

Big News VI: Leeds for the future

So, I promised something about the hiatus and what was going on in it and this is that post. I made a serious attempt to get back up to date with the blog from July 2014 to Christmas 2014, but then Christmas...
From: A Corner of Tenth-Century Europe on 24 Jun 2015

Metablog X: academics and the blogosphere

Returning to the blog after a long absence means contemplating viewing figures that are a fraction of what they once were, my own fault really, and some of the peculiar questions about audience that I...
From: A Corner of Tenth-Century Europe on 24 Jun 2015

Gingerly, he taps the microphone

Is this thing still on? Is anyone still here? Well, whether you are or not, I think I’m back. I’ve been complimented on this blog by so many people in the last few months, all apparently unaware...
From: A Corner of Tenth-Century Europe on 17 Jun 2015

On Going Viral(ish): Blogging, “Impact” and Community

Over 4000 views? For little old me? You charming old things, you. While I like to think that my work has significance beyond my particular field, and outside the academy itself, the truth is that I research...
From: Meny Snoweballes on 12 Jun 2015

When a Blog Goes Insane

OK, there’s something strange going on. Today, and the day ain’t done, I have 674 page views on my blog. Of those, 552 are to my post on whether Origen castrated himself. Heck, even the 122...
From: Medieval History Geek on 2 Jun 2015

#Kzoo2015 Blogroll

by JONATHAN HSYIt's been just over a week since the annual International Congress on Medieval Studies (Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI) and quite a few blog posts relating to the conference...
From: In the Middle on 26 May 2015

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