- From: Weland <giles@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 02 Jun 2010 00:05:14 -0500
Paul J Gans wrote:
Weland <giles@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Paul J Gans wrote:Weland <giles@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Paul J Gans wrote:I figured it out. It is that Dark Ages effect. You just can'tCurt Emanuel <cemanuel62@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:I don't know....I even planned to spend an appreciable amount of time in the ol' book room....but nary a sight of Paul or Mary. Or even running into Curt again."Weland" <giles@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message[snip]
So how come I ran into you all over the place and never ran intoAnd I expect you to read them all before the next Congress. So when are you going to read a paper there?I doubt that ever happens - I'm not doing any original research or anything. I do have a pseudo-session idea that I think would pretty much kick ass incorporating Medieval history and a little of my real job. I may shoot a message off to Richard Ring to see what he thinks.
I enjoyed meeting you very much BTW.
be seen by other people. You've vanished, just like the literature
and art of that period.
Oh, and don't forget that since you've referenced the "Dark Ages" I'm actually 20 years behind everyone else, being an Anglo-Saxon medievalist and all, so I really attended a conference in 1990...not 2010. Fashions hadn't changed much though, I have to say.
That must be it.
Though it is funny how at K'zoo you run into some people many times
and others not at all.
I know....even people in my own teeny tiny specialization who were there I didn't see (Paul Szarmach for example) but others I saw many times (Leslie Lockett and Drew Jones for example). The ebb and flow of people would make an interesting sociological study.
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