Monthly Archives: March 2012

New Manuscript Fragments at Rolduc Abbey

I’ve blogged before about the amazing palaeographical work happening over at the “Turning Over A New Leaf” project in Leiden. This week, Dr. Kwakkel and some of his students are at Rolduc Abbey hunting for medieval manuscript fragments – and … Continue reading

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Studying Suffering

In the insightful post below, Julia mentioned that her scholarly interest in death, disease, and burial might make her seem psychopathic. My interests often lie in the realm of torture, suffering, and pain, which also makes me seem a bit … Continue reading

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