Victoria Reed
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Oh Boy! What a haul.

One of my classmates in BritLit I posted a link in our discussion board to the brand new Staffordshire Anglo-Saxon treasure. I almost passed it by because the last link posted contained some lovely silver but nothing compared to this haul. In viewing the BBC report I came across an interview with the finder, a regular chap out pursuing his hobby, Terry Herbert. I was impressed with his perception and attitude regarding his find. He says it was more exciting to watch the reactions of the… Continue

Posted on September 26, 2009 at 4:00pm

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Victoria Reed replied to Keith Hart's discussion Some issues I've been wanting to raise
"Interesting questions Keith. This is my understanding of OAC and what originally motivated me to join; OAC was to both provide for and promote the profession by one; meeting the needs of the professionals and two; by being a resource for others, to…"
Mar 6, 2010
Victoria Reed replied to Paul Wren's discussion So, what's your story? in the group Students Again
"Hi Emily; I struggled with my non-trad status for about two years of part-time community college. Then I realized I walk around in a "mom" shaped bubble. Many of my classmates come to college to get away from parents; the last person they…"
Mar 6, 2010
Victoria Reed replied to Olumide Abimbola's discussion The OAC’s name
""I am attached to the present name because its poetry seemed to capture the nearest thing to a spontaneous movement that I have ever been part of. 'Open' is a weasel word like 'free' that expresses something we want but…"
Sep 26, 2009
Victoria Reed replied to Keith Hart's discussion Worlds of fiction in the group Anthropology of Fiction
"Dear Keith & Colleagues; I am very interested in this topic as I am studying BritLit this semester. We have just finished Beowulf - Ancrene Riwle in Norton's A. I find myself beginning to think like an anthropologist or at the very least a…"
Sep 26, 2009

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Moved over here

Changelog Week of:
09/20/09: Topics:Archaeology Staffordshire Anglo-Saxon cache
Neolithic Cathedral articles at Ness of Brodgar
Topics:Video Lectures Editor's {forgotten}YouTube playlist link posted
09/04/09; BritLit, study with my class.
8/31/09; My music catalog on
8/2/09; Added de Tocqueville to the Card Catalog, Classics & History to Topics - American History + Exhaustive site on European Early History, minor housekeeping changes
7/19/09; Added Music -->English Folksongs/Appalachia in Topics
added Audio Library Tab
7/12/09; after banging my brain against a code wall, came up with a workable format

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At 5:54pm on August 27, 2009, Kristy Blazo said…
Thank you Victoria for the helpful links and video lectures in your reference library! As a new student to Anthropology I'm really enjoying the introductory research right now.
At 4:30pm on July 17, 2009, Keith Hart said…
Victoria, I just saw how far you have now reached with the preparation of your reference library. I know it hasn't been easy. But the result so far is really impressive. I hope your example will encourage others to do something similar. Keith


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