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The Unity as Insanity

And, yay, they came to the marketplace and beheld an old man kneeling in the dirt, face pointed upward. He muttered, left hand twirling in painful, compulsive circles, “I am that I am that I am that I am that I am that I am that I am that I am.” The crowd found him contemptible and denounced his words as either false prophecy or insanity. 33 more words


Here be Dragons

Behold the total annihilation of all fighters of toaster-pastry-goodness in the glazed-over thoughts bought with gaping blights in logical-membrane-fissures dripping with hell-bound hags of cream soda that loosen the belts of great walls, carrying bags in voids of clean-shaven monsters bawling straight under an ocean-lit sky of dirty, dark, beautiful nothingness, until it all. Goes. Wrong.


Open Access to Witchcraft Articles until March 2015

The Taylor & Francis Group have made a selection of articles on witchcraft available for free until March 2015.

It seems particularly appropriate to announce this in October – something I think of as the Witching month – and there are a lot of great articles included that explore and confront our ideas of what witchcraft is and how our relationship to the figure of the witch has developed. 21 more words

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Down the rabbit hole: Ed Sheeran "Thinking Out Loud"

Today was a busy, stressful day and what do I find when I get home? A brand new, still warm music video for none other that Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking out loud”. 132 more words


Down the Rabbit Hole Nothing is Impossible

And Alice said…

” “Oh, how I wish I could shut up like a telescope! I think I could, if only I knew how to begin.” For, you see, so many out-of-the-way things had happened lately, that Alice had begun to think that very few things indeed were really impossible.”

Lewis Carroll


Folk Belief and the Witch Hunts Syllabus

Today included my second lecture for Patriarchy, Sex, and Gender in Early Modern Europe but was really made special by the first day of my second history class, Folk Belief and the Witch Hunts. 158 more words

kargraham reblogged this on Telling Tales and commented:

An Erasmus student that I follow on Wordpress is doing the Folk Belief and the Witch Hunts module in History at the University of Glasgow taught by Dr Lizanne Henderson, who was teaching in History at Dundee when I was an undergrad. I always like getting a look at undergrad modules from other Unis. Partly for academic purposes - it's good to have examples to refer to when building your own course or even to give you a starting point for a new avenue of research. But also because it's interesting and fun to imagine what modules you would take if you'd gone to a different Uni at a different time. If I was an undergrad at Glasgow now I'd definitely be taking this one.

Lyrical Trip down the Rabbit Hole

Whipping hoopties tryna boost raw chronic /
I’m ready to kill, so test it, all my weapons is real /
I live for money, other words, I’m getting money