Nominations for Carnivalesque #82 (Early Modern Edition) are now open!
, a blog carnival dedicated to pre-modern history, will be flitting its way to Demography and the Imperial Public Sphere before Victoria
this February 18th.
So, if you have read or written a particularly interesting blog post on the early modern period (1500-1800) this winter, please visit http://carnivalesque.org/nomination-form-earlymodern/
to nominate its inclusion or drop me a line and link at m[dot]beals[at]warwick[dot]ac[dot]uk.
And remember, although many academic bloggers are featured on Carnivalesque, the showcase is certainly not just for academics. We welcome perspectives from a variety of fields, especially history, literary studies, archaeology, art history and philosophy.
In the meantime, have a wander through previous showcases:
- 22 January 2012: Carnivalesque 81 (ancient/medieval) at In Pursuit of History.
- 26 November 2011: Carnivalesque 80 (early modern) at Anchora.
- 24 October 2011: Carnivalesque 79 (ancient/medieval) at She-Wolf.