Blogs we like #1

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Catherine Kovesi has made the great suggestion that we should signal other blogs that are likely to interest ACIS followers. For example, she points out that Jill Burke’s blog on Renaissance topics (art and bodies in particular), is well worth following. Pulcinellapasta, linking food, history and art, is also very enjoyable and informative. And for those interested in the history of the emotions, the blog of the Queen Mary Centre for the History of the Emotions (University of London) has a lot of resources which complement the work of the ARC-funded Centre for the History of the Emotions, Europe 1100-1800 (no blog but full details of research and activities on the centre’s website). I’d be delighted if you could share your knowledge of other relevant blogs by emailing me the basic details with the site addresses and I will put them into a regular ‘Blogs we like’ post – and you can find links to all the recommended blogs under Blogroll at the bottom of this page. Food, football, films; cities, clothes, crime (fiction); rituals, rulers, rappers ….. we will cover them all and more. (DM)

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