Monthly Archives: September 2010

Carnivalesque 66

Greetings! Here is the latest early modern Carnivalesque for your Sunday reading. Historiography and methods Wynken de Worde is building a syallabus for early modern book history David Rundle examines responses (or non-responses) to claims of plagiarism in The Unacceptable … Continue reading

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Carnivalesque is coming!

This month is Carnivalesque’s sixth birthday, not to mention its 66th edition, which seems as good an excuse as any to bring it back where it started (well, apart from a small change of address. Bear with me here). So, … Continue reading

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Welcome to the new place…

… strangely, much the same as the old place! (Except that you’ll need to change the address in your feed reader…)

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Twitter, blogging and historians

Tuesday 7 September was the first anniversary of the founding of the twitterstorians’ list by Katrina Gulliver. I couldn’t mark the day because I was away from home and struggling with slow and unreliable internet access for most of the … Continue reading

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