Wednesday, June 04, 2008
Who amongst academics hasn't been told how fortunate they are to have summers off?
Ms Mentor has some helpful advice on this topic: shorten your to-do list, create manageable writing schedules, and note what you have done at the end of the day. Count me in!
And as for what I've done today, I found myself quoted in Spanish on "Once Noticias" (the topic is the connection between MM and the South of France):-
“Tenemos textos en el Nuevo Testamento y afuera del Nuevo Testamento, pero nada que apoye el viaje de María Magdalena a Marsella con sus hermanos, así que esto pertenece a la tradición cristiana, tradición cristiana medieval”, concluyó Deirdre Good, profesor del Nuevo Testamento.
Now I really will get back to work.
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