As another year trickles to its close, I offer a roundup of some of the posts that have stayed with me. It's an idiosyncratic group, based solely on the criterion of "Posts that have burned themselves into my neurons sufficiently that I remember them at the moment I am typing this."
I'm sure I've overlooked some gems, so I'd be interested to hear what my cobloggers and our readers think.
Are Bioluminescent Bunnies Queer?
No Future: Terminus
Frontpaging the Future
Who mourns for Lindow Man?
For Eileen: A Shark in Formaldehyde
At the Holocaust Museum
Augustine, a Giant's Tooth, and Particles of Alterity
The Terrible Beauty of Monsters
Not Knowing in Advance What Forms our Humanness Will Take
The Last One to Die, Please Turn Out the Light
Forks in the Rift of Time
In Praise of Surfing and Epicureanism
Art Reveals More of Life than Life Does
The Loving Hope of Working Groups
Medieval Studies, Unsettled Subjectivities
The Weight of History
The Child Gives Himself to the Wolf
What Does Caninophilia Matter?
Is it Wrong to Spurn the Gifts of Nature?
How About Them Fightin' Binaries?
The Disavowed Pleasures of Guthlac
The Bible Swoops Out
Endangered Languages, Dying Wor(l)ds
"But History Has Already Written That Story"
Ruins and Poetry
Dissertation Fragments II
Dissertation Fragments III
Fisting and Other Gifts for Graduate Students
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