Monthly Archives: September 2015

Dead Armadillo

It was easier to see in the morning than it had been last night, when I swerved a little to avoid hitting it, the face-up dead armadillo on the street. The dogs and I walked by early today, and it … Continue reading

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Introduction for Wilfred McClay

I have known Wilfred McClay for some time, and for a decade and a half or so, I have had the good fortune to call him my friend. It’s always an awkward thing, to introduce a friend, especially one who … Continue reading

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Panel on the Destruction of the Ancient City of Palmyra

This past Tuesday, my friend Jeff Thompson in the Art History department put together a panel entitled “Sewanee Responds: A Panel Discussion on the Destruction of the Ancient City of Palmyra.” Panelists included Sara Nimis (Mellon Globalization Fund), Nick Roberts … Continue reading

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