Two Carnivals for the Price of One


Great stuff… thanks for posting the second carnival!

Newman Research Centre for the Bible and its Reception

Apologies to everyone for the lateness of this post, but preparations for the ‘Dead Letters and Living Words‘ conference meant that everything has got a little delayed (conference related posts are scheduled over the coming weeks/months). In an effort to make  amends, we are posting links to not one by TWO carnivals that celebrate the blogosphere of the past month.

 May 2015 Biblioblog

Claude Mariottini is the genial host of this month’s Biblical Studies Carnivaland he offers an eclectic bill of fare with something to tempt most palates.

Claude’s observations about the state of biblioblogging today has, in turn, opened a debate with important questions being asked about its purpose and its possible future(s). For example, see Jacob Prahlow’s reflections on his Pursuing Veritasblog. Readers might also be intereseted in Claude’s earlier post on Are Biblioblogs Dying?, posted in March 2014.

Roman Bioarchaeology Carnival LXXII

Bioarchaeologist

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