The seminar reports are catching up but reports on my other activity seem still to be mired in busy busy November 2014. At the very end of that month, I had the unusual honour of being interviewed for a Catalan history news website, a sort of recognition I’m very flattered to receive although I wish I could have given them a better photograph. Should you be interested, it’s here:
I should probably post the English, shouldn’t I? But I am writing this on a train to Birmingham to x-ray more coins and time and wi-fi are both scant, so I’ll wait to see if anyone wants it. Meanwhile, speaking of Birmingham, even while posting was sparse here I was still cropping up in other places on the Internet, not least the blog of the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, as follows:
- https://cesmabirmingham.wordpress.com/2015/03/26/inheriting-rome-the-imperial-legacy-in-coinage-and-culture/, on my little exhibition at the Barber (extended till March, so you still have time if you haven’t seen it…)
- https://cesmabirmingham.wordpress.com/2015/06/24/down-the-rabbit-hole-of-tenth-century-church-history/, an introduction to my now-infamous Manresa project
- and I have one more still somewhere in the pipeline, which I’m waiting for before I write the other two I still owe them (oops).
And then lastly, though I will write properly about All That Glitters soon I promise, even as Cross Country Trains carry me towards the next session, here is a snapshot about one of those we already did:
I have never been so twitterfied! Anyway, with that I must get back to what I am doing now, but here at least is some record of what I have been doing that you didn’t have before!