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Moar links.

From my large-ish stack of tabs open to remind me of interesting things to blog about, here are some more links:

A study shows that the global cooling trend reversed in the 19th century. Industrial revolution, anyone? The NY Times/dotearth also covers this topic. With colourful charts.

There is a conference “Archäologie und Paläogenetik” in Erlangen, starting the day after tomorrow (May 9 – May 13), for those of you German speaking and in the region (or willing to travel). There’s also an open evening lecture on May 10. More info? Go to the DGUF website.

I have been telling people about the job offers board at H-Soz-u-Kult for ages – and now there seems to be another board posting job offers for academics, including archaeologists and historians.
There’s also a job offer for a textile conservator open in South Central Pennsylvania, just north of Gettysburg, about 1.5 – 2 hours from DC, 1.5 hours from Baltimore, and 2 hours from Center City Philadelphia. The job seems to be work as a conservator for an antiques dealer specialising in flags – if you are interested, email me and I will pass on the mail.

And finally, if all this has made you hungry: A 12th century manuscript including recipes has been found.  Isn’t that nice?

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