View one: Piazza Santa Croce - our apartment is in the next street. Here some rain clouds are gathering.
View 2: the view from today's seminar room - which housed a brilliant and very useful seminar by Jay Clayton on using various Digital Humanities exercises in the classroom (today was probably the first and last time in which I've tweeted in the persona of Natalie Barney - which was fun). We were responding, in different modes - in character, and then as our scholarly selves, grouped into threes and each focusing on one object - to Harold Acton's bedroom, a temple of fusty fussiness.
View three - en route to the seminar rooms - a broken arch.