Reading & Listening Update: Research, L’Morte d’Arthur Lectures, and More

Besides sitting with a nasty head cold while writing this (oh the joy of the changing season — hello there, autumn, my second-favourite season who’s not being very friendly this year), the past two weeks have not been too bad. The one highlight (oh, and what a highlight!) was finally seeing a-ha live on stageContinue reading “Reading & Listening Update: Research, L’Morte d’Arthur Lectures, and More”

Lost cities, digital collections, the emergence of life and the age of outrage

This week holds a bumper collection of videos, articles, and podcasts that I’ve found interesting during the week. Enjoy!

Weekly Finds – Lore, Sagas, and Vikings!

Welcome to the second instalment of the Weekly Finds blogpost! This week there’s a podcast, a huge database of sagas, and some reference and research works as well. Podcast of the Week: Lore Sometimes the truth is more frightening than fiction. Since I discovered the Lore podcast (and listened to all the episode), I anxiouslyContinue reading “Weekly Finds – Lore, Sagas, and Vikings!”