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If you’ve been travelling with me on this virtual road trip around the United States, you have almost certainly come to know the dismembered beauty known as The Beauvais Missal. 2,546 more words
One day soon I’ll fill you in on the last year of my life. It was a year that included submitting applications, receiving both acceptance and rejection letters, vacillating between options, choosing The Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University, moving across the country, starting classes, working in Special Collections and the Rare Book Room at Waldo Library, surviving my first Michigan winter, getting into my first professional conference (Hygiene, Medicine, Water and Well-Being, organized by Albrecht Classen at the University of Arizona) and making friends amid a community of fantastic, weird, socially awkward, brilliant scholars. 287 more words
This week, after eighteen months, forty-nine posts, and forty-eight states, the Manuscript Road Trip goes home. Welcome to Boston!
I’ve lived just west of Boston for fifteen years, much of that time spent working as a consultant cataloguing collections of medieval manuscripts in the area. 1,781 more words