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Oct 26, 2004 4:01 am

Carnival Time

Brandon at Siris has posted the call for contributions to Carnivalesque #2:

The Early Modernists' Carnival, Carnivalesque, is coming to Houyhnhnm Land (pronounced"whinnim" or"hwinnimn"), my other weblog. The date will be November 5 (subject to change). If you have written a post in September or October (the first few days of November will be OK, too), or have in surfing the blogosphere come across a post, on the early modern period (broadly conceived - from about 1450 to 1850), send it my way. You can email me through the"Email" link at Houyhnhnm Land, or directly through the following address:

(With @ for [at] and . for [dot], of course.)

Since H.L. is devoted primarily to early modern philosophy, posts in that area, or in the general history of ideas in the early modern period, will be especially welcome; however, this is in no way a requirement. Also, if you have a post that's primarily on the late medieval period, or on the post-early-modern period, which would be of interest to early modernists in any way, we're interested in that, too.

Anyone who is not quite sure what a blog carnival is, please do visit the Carnivalesque page for some information and links to established carnivals.

Now, what about a History Carnival? I mean, look at all those history blogs over there in the blogroll...

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Nathanael D. Robinson - 10/26/2004

Actually, I would welcome such a weblog.