We’re expecting a mild weekend weather here in North Dakotaland which is perfect for cooking out for Australia Day, watching the 24 Hours of Daytona, and catching up on a bunch reading and writing projects that just need to get done!
In the meantime, enjoy a little gaggle of quick hit and varia:
- Help support an endowed lecture in honor of Barbara Tsakirgas.
- A primer for K-12 students on Byzantine and Frankish style from Corinth Excavations.
- Tom Davis speaking on earthquakes and the crisis of faith in Late Antique Cyprus.
- Coming of Age in Byzantium.
- A 3D Tour of the Red Monastery.
- CFP EAA2018 (Barcelona): The ”Geospatial Turn”: Critical Approaches to Geospatial Technologies in Archaeological Research.
- Street animals and science.
- Melting Ice and Alaskan Archaeology.
- Challenging Theories of Racism, Diaspora, and Agency in African America.
- A Left-Handed Commencement Address from Ursula K. Le Guin.
- My Ántionia at 100.
- If you’re a fan of micro brand watches, this is exciting.
- What I’m reading: B. Latour, Facing Gaia: Eight Lectures on the New Climate Regime. (2017)
- What I’m listening to: Hugh Masekela, Grrr. The Fall, 50,000 Fall Fans Can’t Be Wrong.