Some contributions elsewhere

I’ve been catching up with blogging here, yes, but I’m also catching up with things I’ve been supposed to write for other sites as well. I did a writeup of some of what the Saint John of Damascus Society has been up to during the summer (TL,DR: quite a bit, actually), and I also posted part V of my “Notes from the Psalterion” series over at Orthodox Arts Journal.

Also, this morning, I got the offprint (that is, in this case, a pdf reproduction) for “‘Let Us Put Away All Earthly Care’: Mysticism and the Cherubikon of the Byzantine Rite”, which is showing up in Studia Patristica LXIV, Vol. 12: Ascetica; Liturgica; Orientalia; Critica et Philologica. This is my second peer-jockeyed article as a historian, and it came out of the paper I presented at my first big-boy conference two years ago. I’ve uploaded the pdf to my profile, so give it a look if you’re curious.


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