Chapel Hill might look like a southern college town, but that it has some cultural weight
Her full name is Mélanie de Forbin-Gardanne, Marquise de Villeneuve-Flayosc
This year I had the privilege of ending my summer holiday by inviting my younger sister and her two oldest kids to spend a few days with me in Chapel Hill
For years the New York Times has been writing this travel article about “36 hours in wherever”. Since they recently did Chapel Hill, I magnanimously share it.
You might ask: All this talk of PhD blah, blah, blah is very nice, but what have you really learnt in two years of school? Academically I have learnt about Medieval Spanish Literature, about medieval authors distancing themselves and their work from the divine works. In Spain the Libro de buen amor is key in […]
Older posts might mention this, so please excuse my old age and incipient dementia. I want to tell you about Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, I tell people, is a village, a thriving, dynamic, diverse village, but a village nonetheless. It has the advantages of a village: everything is walking distance from everywhere, it is easy […]
Well, I wanted to update the blog during Thanksgiving but was so busy with work, the turkey came and went without me blogging, blah. You see, this is my first chance to update my blog this term. This has been because it has been a crazy semester. By a scheduling error I was made to […]