Monday, May 16, 2005


History Carnival

The new History Carnival is up at Saint Nate's Blog, and it's chock full of posts. I've been somewhat remiss in linking to past issues of the History Carnival, which are always worth checking out.

Blogging still hasn't really returned to normal around here, what with ...

1. Grading final exams and papers for the Spring course.
2. Teaching a May intersession course on "Online Research," which meets on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6:15 to 9:45, and then on Saturdays from 9 to 4.
3. Finishing up a dissertation chapter.
4. Researching and writing an article promised to what will hopefully be a forthcoming anthology on abolitionism in Philadelphia, due in early June.
5. Making revisions on a short essay, "Toward a History of Blogging," that will hopefully be appearing in a certain online history magazine later this year.

But hopefully I'll be able to hang out more here in the next few weeks. You know you're hooked on blogging when you start to miss it as much as I do.

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