Still here …

Iâm still here, just still too busy to blog this week. Tuesday was the opening class for my Socratic seminar, Wednesday was the first session of my lecture course (and a faculty meeting). Today, I have a Socratic discussion of Hesiod. So Iâm guessing it will be Friday before I post again.

To tide you over, here (as a PDF) is the Gould piece discussing the Natural History Museum in Dublin. Enjoy.

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