Happy 66th Birthday, Dolly Rebecca Parton!
Reimagining how music scholarship is taught
Cor prudens possidebit scientiam
On Hebrew Book Codicology and Paleography
Writing and Teaching of Ian Bryce Jones
There are over 1 million Black people in Central Europe today (Afro-Germans, Afro-Austrians, Afro-Swiss, Africans, African-Americans, and many who defy categories). Most Europeans don’t know of the long history of the Black Diaspora in Central Europe, and so there is a general assumption that Black people are a relatively new presence and thus are historical and national outsiders. Our mission is both to show the historical presence of Black people and to understand how racialized ideas of history, national belonging, and citizenship have been produced and adapted over time. By challenging these and drawing attention to other ways of thinking about who belongs in society, we can undermine the exclusionary ideas that continue to trouble us today.
Caring for Kids with Chronic Illness
writer, teacher, medievalist
Music, Musicology, and related Matters
SMT Interest Group & AMS Study Group
Study Group for the American Musicological Society
A bimonthly musicology podcast
A place to make Tipton genealogical/historical inquiries and get answers.
a blog about learning and teaching literature, language history, and medieval studies
Early medievalist's thoughts and ponderings, by Jonathan Jarrett
An amateur's blog about Medieval history, books, etc.