* The most recent version of the early women writers meme list is up at Bardiac.
* Cliopatria is holding a symposium on transnational histories of America.
* I'm late on these, but History Carnival #29 is up at "(a)musings of a graduate student", and Carnivalesque #14, fittingly called A Cabinet of Curiosities is up at "Earmarks in Early Modern Culture".
* The Case for Philosophy of Chemistry (PDF) by Eric Scerri and Lee McIntyre. A lovely discussion of my favorite sub-discipline of philosophy of science. (HT: prosthesis)
* Jack Perry is musing on the immigration dispute here and here at "Cantànima".
I have returned home, which means that posting will probably be up in the near future. However, before that I have some cleaning up to do, notably in the blogroll, where some outdated and broken links need fixing.
UPDATE: Nathanael Robinson helps to correct a massive lacuna in the women writers meme by proposing a French-African women writers list.