|a superfluous picture I took of the ocean|
And they say blogging is dead. A sampling of the medieval blogosphere's vitality, with an emphasis on new blogs:
- Randy Schiff has a new blog, Terri-stories, on land, law and literature. His post on Scotland and independence came just as I was revising an old blog post on lithic Scottish history for my book and is especially good.
- Angie Bennett Segler has an excellent blog called A Material Piers Living in a Digital World. Especially excellent are her posts on data versus publication and collectivity, collaboration and generosity (a response to her first troll).
- Medieval Ecocriticisms features Rob Bartlett's excellent Kzoo presentation on tangled banks and vegetal bodies.
- Maggie Williams rounds up Kalamazoo at our favorite collective's blog, The Material Collective.
- Anne Harris' Medieval Meets World is going strong, with an awesome series of posts on Gathering and Kinship.
- The Massachusetts State Medieval blog has much content, including a guest post by Jonathan Hsy.
- Anthony Bale's Remembered Places is a beautifully written blog about Holy Land sites and their simulacra.
- David Perry's How Did We Get Into This Mess? is a model of public intellectual outreach.
- A Clerk of Oxenford brings together English history and literature with some remarkable images and texts.
- Rick Godden's excellent new blog, ParaSynchronies.
What am I missing?