Hey! I think I've commented a few times, but let me introduce myself anyway. I am starting my 6th (*gasp*) year of graduate school. I got my M.A. at a prestigious institution back east, but now I live somewhere in the west and am at a large state uni. I study antebellum America, particularly race relations, slavery, and abolition.By The History Enthusiast, at 5:17 PM
You're on my feed reader, but I am not sure that you're on my blog roll. I'll remedy that. I've had some health problems that have prevented me from posting much, but I am hoping to get back into more regular blogging.
My site is http://historyenthusiast.blogspot.com.
Oh ad me!By Jesse, at 6:10 PM
I have the opposite request--don't delete me, please :-)By repressed librarian, at 11:24 PM
I plan to start blogging again very soon after my unplanned break.
'lo. I mostly lurk here but have commented a couple times now, I think. I'm over here: brinab.com/blogBy from away, at 11:37 PM
Oooh, I scrolled down the blogroll to see what was new, and your reading list caught my eye. How are you liking "Cat's Eye?" I find Atwood so very disturbing, yet an amazing read. But, I have to plan to read her stuff during non-stressful times. Otherwise, she can throw me for a real loop.By Ursa, at 9:35 AM
History Enthusiast: You're already there!By Arbitrista, at 11:32 AM
Repressed Librarian: I wouldn't delete you! I only deleted people who haven't blogged in like a year or so.
From Away: I saw your comment, but didn't link to you previously because you didn't post your blog - but now I have it.
Ursa: I really just started the book. I think Atwood's a great writer, but she tends to be a little heavy for me, so I read her pretty sparingly. Hussy said I should read this one, though, and I'm in the mood for Literature.