Winter Waning Moon of the Cold Month
With the Latin tutoring session behind me and Chapter 26 coming up, I downloaded a commentary on Caesar’s Gallic Wars with Latin text. I’m gonna have a shot at it for a while.
Started my Titian research last week by reading the Grove entry on Titian and checking out other websites and the Met’s timelines. Printed out some stuff. Next I’m going to read the catalog to get an overview of the show and to get images of each object in a file so I can reference them as I work.
Also trying to decide what to do for the Woolly retreat. One thought is to share my work on Ovid. Still, it’s pretty inelegant, representing as those first 60 or so verses do the earliest of my work both in learning the language and then attempting translation. Another is to talk about Big History but that seems pedantic. I’ve thought about reading the first pages of Missing, just to see what folks think, but it’s low brow compared to the stuff most Woollies read. Gotta decide sometime soon since the retreat starts on February 3rd. I head out right after the Titian lecture.
Another possibility is to share the research process on Titian, let them see what it takes to learn enough to tour a special exhibit.
I just had another idea as I wrote this: do an exegetical piece on Jacob at the Jabbok Ford. About dreams, struggling with the angel of our better selves. Hmmm.