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Speaking of things from NESAT, and continuing the blog from yesterday – Beatrix Nutz, Rachel Case and Marion McNealy, who did a presentation about the Lengberg finds at NESAT, have also put their presentation online for you to watch (in … Continue reading

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The NESAT is still lingering on for me, not only because I got new ideas and new contacts that I have not yet followed up on completely – it also is still lingering as I need to finish my paper … Continue reading

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Here’s a stack of things you might enjoy… first of all, the children’s quiz show that I was filmed for in January is online for four more days, and you can watch the episode here. (It’s the second question in.) … Continue reading

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Here I am, slowly unpacking all the lovely stuff brought home from NESAT. Extra slowly, as most of my worktime yesterday and today is eaten up by doing the tax paperwork. Which is due at the end of this month … Continue reading

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I’m back home from NESAT – and it was utterly, utterly glorious. This was my fourth NESAT conference. The first three had all been splendid, breathless experiences full of interesting papers and posters and with many, many lovely people and … Continue reading

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My bags are packed, tickets are bought and printed out and sit where I will not accidentally leave them, I have pens and paper and something to read and something to knit, and – the most important thing – my … Continue reading

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The Early Textiles Study Group is hosting a conference called “Precious Cloth and Court Culture AD 400-1600”, which takes place at Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge, on September 16 and 17. The conference will explore court textiles and furnishings from both … Continue reading

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