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Leeds 2015 Art History session: Grisaille, Shades of Meaning in Late Medieval Manuscripts

Session: 1702

Grisaille: Shades of Meaning in Late Medieval Manuscripts

Thursday 9 July 2015: 14.15-15.45


Sophia Rochmes (Department of History of Art & Architecture, University of California, Santa Barbara) and Anna Russakoff (American University of Paris) 191 more words


Halfway home in the hilltop trees: Liège, Leuven, and Namur

As I wrap up my time in Belgium time for some stats for the last month:

  • Manuscripts/artifacts examined: 40
  • Collections visited: 4
  • Cities visited: 6…
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As I approach 30,000 words in this novel, I can’t help but think how damn good it feels to follow through on a dream I’ve had since I was a kid. 171 more words


Titles... Titles Everywhere!

I think it’s safe to say that one of my least favorite parts of writing is coming up with a title. Sometimes, they come immediately, and they are perfect, and they say exactly what they need to about the story, and they pack just the right amount of punch. 936 more words


The Literary Censorship Files of the E. Sculley Bradley papers

The E. Sculley Bradley papers are now processed and available for research. Sculley Bradley was a University of Pennsylvania English professor from 1926-1967 and vice provost of undergraduate education from 1956-1963. 661 more words

Hats Off: Ten Things To Consider When Writing Your Acknowledgements

by Jennie Jarvis

As Brad stated in his great post last week, this month we here at 5 Writers are getting into the spirit of Thanksgiving and talking about paying tribute in our work. 1,394 more words


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The Great War Revisited - Major New Online Exhibition, Partnered with Google Cultural Institute

Rare and previously unpublished material held in the Library of Trinity College Dublin relating to WW1 will be brought to a global audience thanks to an online collaboration between Trinity and Google. 326 more words