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Caldwell Walk — The Walk
2016-10-02 16:52
Two colleagues agreed to walk the first half: Grace Hemmingson, a grad student, and Peter Schmitthenner, a faculty member (in both History and Religion and Culture). Another grad student, K… Read More
2016-10-02 16:31
William Addison CaldwellI first heard of Addison Caldwell’s walk when I took a Historical Methods class to the library for a tutorial on library resources. The online catalogue is name… Read More
2016-07-13 16:08
I’ve finished revising my book manuscript, Building the Ivory Tower. It was a long time in coming and, for the last several months, it was just revising. I had a copyeditor go over t… Read More
2014-05-19 22:56
A couple years ago Sean Takats described a process of time-shifting archival research that was a pretty good description and assessment of the power of digital tools in archives. One of his… Read More
2014-05-09 10:10
I’ve had the film and slides from Myanmar developed and am starting to scan them as time allows. As I hoped, the Mamiya worked like a charm. You can see what I mean above. Shot on V… Read More
2014-03-23 13:46
It was many and many a year ago, In a kingdom by the sea, That a maiden there lived whom you may know By the name of Annabel Lee; And this maiden she lived with no other thought Tha… Read More
Renovation Revealed
2014-02-20 10:22
Well, it’s finally done.* The renovation is complete. I returned from winter break to find beautifully refinished floors in the kitchen and half-bath, doors on the new cabinets, and… Read More
2013-12-17 15:55
I am exceedingly excited for two reasons. First, my son and I are getting ready to travel overseas. We’re visiting Myanmar, where my brother-in-law and his family live. Second, I b… Read More
Week 5 Renovation
2013-12-16 10:18
Down to the wire. We were aiming for December 6th and it would be close — finishing the project before I left or leaving some stuff hanging over. And how much? Basically, it was a co… Read More
Week 4 Renovation
2013-12-03 09:33
Thanksgiving Week. A few short days then one full week to get it all done. But we’re putting things back together now, rather than pulling them apart. At the end of last week the pl… Read More

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