Brandon brings us an omnivorous ancient and medieval Carnivalesque to get the week off to a flying start.
Highlights include a section devoted to reports on Kalamazoo, and a debate on the use of unprovenanced antiquities in writing ancient history. And much more I haven’t had a chance to read yet…
The next Carnivalesque will be early modern and will be mid-June, at The Virtual Stoa. You can use the submission form to send nominations of posts on all things early modern (c.1500-1800CE) since the last edition in April. There’ll be more reminders nearer the time.
Then we’ll need a host in July for the next ancient & medieval edition, and in August for the following early modern edition. Interested in volunteering? You can find out more about what’s involved at the Carnivalesque home page – it’s not that hard, it’ll give you the opportunity to read lots of good writing, and it’ll bring in new visitors! Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org (or you can also email me about early modern editions: email@example.com).