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Access

One of the major problems I am working through in my thesis is access: to information, services, and expertise. In a previous post, I mentioned the fact that in the 12th and 13th centuries, access to physicians was actually pretty … Continue reading

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The Truth About Celtic Runes

I saw a facebook ap recently called “Celtic Runes”. A friendly note from a frustrated medievalist: I know runes are all mysterious and such (a PSA for another day), and so are the Celts (ditto), but there is no such … Continue reading

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