Monthly Archives: December 2010

Substantial New Content… Elsewhere

In the nick of time, I’ve posted my December monthly-discussion-post to the Society of the Friends of the Text blog. It’s about reception as an antidisciplinary force, and has lots of nice crunchy quotes from John Mowitt’s amazing book Text: … Continue reading

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Possibly Related Posts

So WordPress automatically generates ‘possibly related posts’ in response to my posts, and the last one threw up this link, which I clicked on because it said ‘Modern Mystery’ and I wondered if it was about the mystery of Vergil’s … Continue reading

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Virgile, Non! deuxieme partie

Whoa. That was amazing. Just amazing. I can’t believe it’s not more canonical. So, after the first circle (which isn’t really the first circle, by the way: Wittig asks her guide, Manastabal, about that, and she looks at her askance … Continue reading

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Virgile, Non!

Term has finished! It’s vacation! I have nothing in my diary until 6 January when I’m chairing a panel at this conference! J said, and I was alarmed to realize that it’s true, that this is the first point at … Continue reading

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Sometimes I love my university

A professor of ultrasonics at Bristol uni is developing a sonic screwdriver. I am actually going to post an actual post one day, you know. But realistically it might not be till after term finishes.

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