>Medieval news

>Sorry for the silence, but here’s a few tidbits until I can post again:

  • Give a big welcome to Dame Eleanor Hull, and new medievalist blogger. According to her “About” page, “Dame Eleanor Hull was a fifteenth century English woman who served Henry IV’s wife, Queen Joan, and translated psalms and commentaries from French to English. Her present incarnation is as a pseudonym for an American woman professor of medieval English literature.” Already Dame Hull has written two posts, including one chock full of ideas and information about making quills and using them in the classroom! Huzzah! Welcome Dame Hull!
  • I’m going to see Beowulf with about 12 students and their guests this afternoon. I’m so excited! I’ll post tonight on the experience.

Oh, and btw, this is my 402nd post. Hard to believe.

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