Sunday, November 27, 2005

A whinge for help

A whinge for help

Please help a stressing medievalist! I'm hosting the 11th edition of Carnivalesque on ancient & medieval on 3 December 2005. No one has suggested an entry yet!!

Please help! Find good entries and send them this way!

To submit entries, either:

Email another_damned_medievalist[at]; or

Use this submission form

Also, Don't forget that New Kid will be hosting the next Teaching Carnival on December 15. Please send along any and all nominations of posts related to teaching, teachers, students, grading, etc. etc. etc. (and yes, you can nominate yourself!).
newkidonthehallway at yahoo dot com.


Dr. Virago said...


Michael Drout at Wormtalk and Slugspeak has had some really interesting posts lately on Tolkien's use of language -- obviously more "medievalism" than medieval, and more literary than historical, but a start. And I think Scott Kleinman responded both there and at his own blog, Mern Thonke. Drout's most recent post is on the connections between "geek culture" and scholarship, with a concentration on medieval scholarship; that might also fit under the Carnivalesque rubric. (Don't have the URLs handy -- but search Drout's blog's title and you'll find it.)

Another Damned Medievalist said...

Thanks, dr. virago!

New Kid on the Hallway said...

Thanks for the promotion! Embarrassingly, I don't actually read a lot of medieval content blogs, so I can't be very helpful in that respect. But I'll look around.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know where evieballerina is?

Another Damned Medievalist said...

I believe there are people who do. I am not one of them, however. Rumor has it she's OK, though.