Monthly Archives: January 2015

Protected: The Butt-Millet Fountain, A Memorial Hidden in Plain Sight

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Posted in Cemeteries & Funerals, Military, Nautical, Sewanee, Statues & Monuments, Tennessee

Protected: Ave atque Vale, Treebeard

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Posted in Oxford, Poetry, Sewanee, Trees & Flowers

Protected: Inde Ira et Lacrimae

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Posted in Cartoons, Classics, Poetry, Rome

Walking with Brontosauruses, or, The How and Why of What We Know

This is the text of an address I gave this morning to the Cum Laude Society at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School, in Sewanee, Tennessee this morning, January 6, 2014. It was a privilege to be asked to speak, and am grateful … Continue reading

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