This blog will comprise a collection of ephemera, mess and miscellaneous artifacts reflecting on the writer's life.

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

I have decided I am a geographer

I spent yesterday in the new inter-disciplinary department of worn objects, discarded objects and artefacts and narratives of migration currently based in the Coffee Republic until more suitable premesis can be found.
I have new books to read and exciting new colleagues to find out about.
I even go to new research seminars with different visiting Professors and sit in different buildings.
I can talk about post-colonial identities and art with more exciting people and make marvellous links across departments with new experts.
I have learned to think spatially.


Digigran said...

That sounds exciting- but we do need you to be a novelist too. You wont forget dear Artemis's plight will you, stuck as she is in Ruffield in awet and dismal Spring?
Also have you seen this?
I like yours best- but then I know who Stan is.
Also new life also seems to involve meeting even more Profs. Can this be a good thing, I ask?

Hilda said...

Glad you liked my blog - yes, I would like to put on some links


Joolz said...

OMG This is so exciting. I(I thought this was the novel.)

Kate said...

It is the novel, just a different kind.
Well done for spotting that Dr Joolz.

Joolz said...

I Have just ordered that good bpook. I will soon be thinking spatially too.

Kate said...

It is the way forward.