Sunday, November 27, 2011

Links for Noting

* Visual Midrash: Jewish and Jewish-influenced painting, mosaic, and sculpture throughout the ages. There was a time not long ago when people regularly claimed that the Jewish religion had no art, especially two thousand years ago; but archeological finds have increasingly discovered that synagogues were sometimes elaborately decorated. Perhaps the most famous such find was the Dura-Europos synagogue.

* Frank Weathers discusses George Santayana's almost-Catholicism.

* Caroline Farrow on the difficulties of being a Catholic woman online.

* An interesting post on translation at "NewAPPS".

* Juan Gomez discusses eighteenth-century Scottish philosopher George Turnbull.

* Roentgen semiotics.

* Ben Lockerd discusses the influence of Christopher Dawson on T. S. Eliot.

* Margarita Mooney on Women's Dignity in the Workplace

* John Farrell reviews Eamon Duffy's Ten Popes Who Shook the World.


* Cosma Shalizi mocks bad economic reasoning.

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