Dissertation Days (44): Glimmers of Daylight

Today was one of those truly great days, when the writing and the ideas began to really come together in a productive way. I think the section on Cleopatra is going to need a little bit of tidying up. I know there's a bit of repetition there, as well as some areas that need some development and … Continue reading Dissertation Days (44): Glimmers of Daylight

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Dissertation Days (43): Scattershot

Well, today was a mostly good day of composition. I wrote the 1,000 words that were my day's goal, but things were a bit more scattershot and unfocused than I would have liked. Indeed, it wasn't until I got to the very end that I finally hit something that I think was truly good. Which … Continue reading Dissertation Days (43): Scattershot

Viewing History: “The Greeks” at the National Geographic Museum

I recently had the pleasure of attending the exhibit entitled "The Greeks:  From Agamemnon to Alexander the Great" at the National Geographic Museum. As a lifelong devotee of the classics and an avid museum-goer, it was quite compelling to see the world of the ancient Greeks brought to life, with a number of exquisite artifacts … Continue reading Viewing History: “The Greeks” at the National Geographic Museum