井底之蛙

10/10/2006

Catching Up… lots of catching up.

Filed under: — Jonathan Dresner @ 2:51 am

Mea maxima culpa. Due to a regrettable lack of focus on bloggerly things, I’ve let my carnival friends down. First, I never congratulated Roy Berman on a wonderful September AHC. If you haven’t read it yet, you should: he did a great job of rounding up and presenting the material, and it could well inspire you to …. submit to the upcoming carnival: That’s right, the next AHC is just days away (two days, to be exact), so get your nominations for your best work over the last month to Nathanael Robinson, Quickly!

While you’re considering what of your recent blogging is good you might also consider taking a look at the September Carnival of Bad History, and if you think any of your blogging is worthy, send it in to that one, which is also coming up shortly. If you’ve got history blogging which is more Early Modern (actually, they still need a host for October, which I can tell you, is really fun), or just plain ol’ Historical (Jeremy Boggs is hosting this weekend’s edition of the grand HC, and I have very high expectations), you’ve got plenty of outlets.

Finally, a rare political plug: American Historical Association Members needed for free speech resolution

In Other News: It could be Menzies, or it could be garden variety nationalism, but Zheng He’s getting more popular in China.

And, A brief history, including new DNA analyses, about Taiwan’s indigenous populations

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