Something for the weekend

History Carnival will soon be up at (a)musings of a grad studentand here it is!

And Carnivalesque will come tomorrow at Earmarks in Early Modern cultureand it’s here!

Bardiac has posted the NEXT draft of the REALLY dead women writers meme

(Since the texts went behind a paywall, I hadn’t taken much notice of the Brown Women Writers Project. But there are still a few useful resources there that are free to view.)

How to create a digital library of early modern texts

Dan Cohen has written about Search Engine Optimization for Smarties

A good contribution to the bad academic writing debate from the Guardian…

Something for Easter… and a Jewish joke for Passover

Is there such a thing as a British intellectual?

Intellectual or not, guess where I’ll be at 7.15 this evening?…

PS: decided not to get an Easter Egg this year… but I did buy a bar of the good dark stuff instead. I am not alone.

PPS: Spam email oxymoron of the week: “Academic Qualifications available from prestigious non-accredited universities”…

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6 Responses to Something for the weekend

  1. Brett says:

    Intellectual or not, guess where I’ll be at 7.15 this evening?…

    Who knows?

  2. rob says:

    I take your TLS and raise you an Eagleton-in-the-NS, funny as ever.

  3. Sharon says:

    Well, this one in The Telegraph has its moments; The Independent not so much.

  4. Rebecca says:

    We’re up and running! I had a TON of submissions (53, to be exact). Limited the Carnival to 36. Arbitrary, I know, but I figured a too-long Carnival wouldn’t hold people’s interests.

  5. Dang! Now I have to go to the carnival …

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