I'm sure I missed lots of things this week since I was away from the computer every day, but here are a few goodies for you:
- David Whitesell notes a nice new AAS acquisition, an 1865 book on the imposition of formes.
- Adam Hooks reports on a recent biblio-conference at Cornell College, and sends along a version of Rachel Stevenson's paper from the meeting.
- John Overholt found an interesting book in the Houghton stacks this week, and, Googling, found this great article on the book.
- Kwasi Kwarteng discussed his new book Ghosts of Empire on NPR.
- Robert Darnton was among the winners of the National Humanities Medal, announced this week.
- From Biblioguerilla, monsters!
- An important Mendel manuscript has been returned to the Czech Republic.
- Trea Martyn's Queen Elizabeth in the Garden; review by Miranda Seymour in the NYTimes.