Resistance

Translating the Old Occitan Romance of Enimia for #AcWriMo (1)

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PROLOGUE

National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is happening at the moment in the USA, there’s Academic Writing Month (AcWriMo) worldwide this month too, and there was National Translation Month (NTM) in September. And then there’s a wobbly intermediate intersecting zone, of translating old stuff into new stuff. Welcome to the first post of the serialised Saint Enimia from the Bertran de Marcilia Old Occitan poem. This translation is one of my writing projects this academic year; on which, see “Remembering there’s a HAG in hagiography, Saint Enimia on her feast-day” (6 October 2018) and some older posts(more…)

Of profile pictures, nakedness, editing, and darkness

A very short story.  (more…)

Otium

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#WednesdayWisdom #thinking #dreaming #knowledgemaking #slowscholarship #otium

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On Thanksgiving and giving thanks for women’s art (part 3 of 3)

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Alas, there may be more to it, and a darker side. (more…)

On Thanksgiving and giving thanks for women’s art (part 2 of 3)

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The plot thickens… (more…)