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I’m trying to take Advent seriously this year by immersing myself as far as I can in the rich symbolism of watching and waiting, of light and darkness, of hope and fulfillment. So naturally it had to begin with … Continue reading
The wonderful Twitter just drew my attention to this article I’d missed on the OUP blog when it was published in July: ‘The influence of premodern theories about sex and gender’ by Adrian Thatcher. Thatcher asks great questions about why … Continue reading
This is the third in a series of reflections after the Shared Conversations (edited 31 March) In a previous post, I’ve commented on how wonderful it was to get to the loo and sit alone in a space where nobody … Continue reading