Category Archives: HARN

ICYMI: Writing about Correspondence

I contributed another post to the HARN blog.  It was about 10 days ago, but I’d love your thoughts on how you use correspondence in your research. https://harngroup.wordpress.com/2016/08/19/the-immortality-of-letters/  

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Writing Elsewhere

I have too been working!  To prove it, look at this.  Two weeks ago, I did a book review for HARN Towers.  It was a review of Andrew Humphreys book On the Nile in the Golden Age of Travel. This … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on publishing

I’m on research leave this semester, thanks to a generous department of colleagues who work together for everyone’s benefit.  Once every 7 years I get to work one overload teaching semester in exchange for one development semester where I don’t … Continue reading

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Tatiana Passek: the Soviet Union’s most successful female archaeologist

Originally posted on HARN Weblog:
Today’s treat is the article Olga Sveshnikova has just published in Antiquity . Remember if you have information for the Antiquity Project Gallery to send it to Kate for formatting and submitting to Antiquity. Either send…

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Spring Cleaning

Originally posted on HARN Weblog:
I’ve finally got around to updating the blog links – see Member Sites on the sidebar – my enthusiasm for tidying up never lasts long but this area of HARN towers is now clean and…

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