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got an email from senior scholar talking about the ancient PTSD debate and said he was on Team Rees- I seem to have become a brand, not sure what that means and where my 'Team' stands in the debate. Either way, I like it, come join the 'Team'! #twitterstorians #Classics #GoTeamWellcome Collection@ExploreWellcome
the pitfalls of retrospective and historic diagnoses! @hagenilda is at it again, great stuff. Martin Luther, John Bunyan, Charles Darwin, all the big guns are on show it seems!
It can be comforting to know that your suffering has a history. But as Dr Joanne Edge reveals, diagnosing mental disorders in the past, using the frame of the present, can be a tricky and potentially unethical enterprise. https://t.co/fHWTXutGUr
Category Archives: Bread
Up early this morning to try and get a head start on my day. M.D. is with her Grandma today so, if I time this right I can have a whole day doing research – but not until the bread … Continue reading
M.D. had her 12-13 month old jabs yesterday and has woken up today with a temperature and a grumpy face. Luckily, her mum is home today – lucky for me and Matilda . . . probably not for my wife. … Continue reading
Aha! Now, keen eyed readers may have noticed that every single one of my blogs during this bread odyssey has been lacking in one key ingredient . . . a recipe! I have always been loathed to put up such … Continue reading
Well, the sun is beaming down and I am in the mood for Pitta bread (Paul spells it Pitta rather than the more commonplace Pita, so I will for the sake of continuity). I already have quite a few recipes … Continue reading
Right. Grandma has M.D. for the day so I have the ability to make bread without transient time frames. What to do, what to do. I chose fougasse because Paul uses a quasi-sponge technique (I say quasi only because he … Continue reading