Blogging About History
The next ancient/medieval edition of Carnivalesque -- the monthly showcase for top history blogging -- will appear right here at Zenobia: Empress of the East on 19th December.
So start sending me notices of the best early-history blogging that you've read in November. And keep up the good work as you come across particularly fine, insightful -- or just plain provoking posts as they appear during December.
Feel free to nominate even [or especially!] your own writings as well.
You can email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the ancient/medieval nomination form.
If you're not familiar with history carnivals, pop over to the History Carnivals Aggregator where you'll find up-to-the-minute news on history-related carnivals. Did you know, for example, that the early modern Carnivalesque now up at Investigations of a Dog has everything from radical politics to sex and violence?
Undoubtedly we, too, shall cover the gamut of groovy activities -- plus whatever else takes Zenobia's fancy -- for the ancient and medieval worlds on 19th December. Hold this date!
Illustration: Cross-gendered maracatu cearense blackface queen at this year's pre-Carnival show in Caucaia, Ceará, Brazil . Credit: Ronald Conner (via Wikipedia.org).
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