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My weekly 'what I did at work this week' post usually goes up on a Friday evening, but on that day this week I still hadn't quite finished the marking which represents the last of my teaching duties for the next year. So I have let the post run on into Saturday instead, finished up the marking, and can now add it to this post and capture a nice clean break between my normal academic routine and the proper start of my research leave - yay!

From next week onwards I'll be recording my weekly work-related activities here in a different format, to suit the fact that I will be working in a different way. I'm not quite sure what that format will be yet, but I will figure that out on Monday.

For now, this post is part of a regular series made largely for my own benefit. You can pretty much scroll right past.

Teaching
Evidence and Enquiry - marked 20 assignments.
City in the Roman World - marked 60 exam scripts.

Admin
NOTHING HA HA HA

Research
Nothing, because even though this was the first week of my research leave, in practice I was busy finishing up my marking. :-/ But that will completely change from next week onwards. :-)

Other
Wrote and submitted a 3700-word article about the spatial aspects of Clodius' murder for the Journal of Classics Teaching.

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