- Michelle of Heavenfield remembered St. Hild's day on the 18th.
- Magistra et Mater recently posted about the 11th c. Gregorian reformation and why the enforcement that followed appeared at that particular time.
- The Naked Philologist gives a fangirlish "squee!" over J.R.R. Tolkien.
- Neogrammarian on the LiveJournal medievalist community is curious about the Alliterative Revival as expressed in prose and would like recommendations.
- There's a lively discussion on In The Medieval Middle about Karl Steel's student question regarding the two holes in the chapel mound of SGGK.
- On The Heroic Age there is a post detailing 10 postdoctoral fellowships for next year!
- In other news, there is a post on early church sites and standing stones, the location of an early medieval Scottish battle at Degsastan, and several people irresponsibly disassembling themselves in marginalia. If you have a second, go encourage Jacob (who finished his written comps) and Aaron (on the completion of the first draft of Guthlac B).
- Things are looking up for medieval studies in terms of the number of students in Michael Drout's classes!
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Morning Medieval Miscellany
Greetings! I'll be guest-blogging the Morning Medieval Miscellanies for a little while hopefully with help from others. Personal blogs aside, I am working on a blogged presentation of digitized medieval manuscripts.