1.) Writing paper one of two for my Bible and Literature class;
2.) Reading All the Names by Jose Saramago (for my Archive in European Culture class);
3.) Working on my conference paper on the nineteenth-century discourse on hysteria (the paper's done in theory. Now comes the hardest part: the seemingly relentless editing);
4.) Reviewing my students' rough drafts/marking their research papers;
5.) With Veronica, organizing food stuff for the conference mentioned in #3;
6.) Reading The Four Wise Men by Michel Tournier (for the Bible and Literature class);
7.) Working on the book and literature reviews for my thesis; and
8.) Re-/Reading--among a number of essays--Tipping the Velvet by Sarah Waters, Nights at the Circus by Angela Carter, The History of Sexuality: An Introduction by Michel Foucault, and "Of Other Spaces" by Michel Foucault (for my final paper for the aforementioned Archive class).
Those are the big things. I left of the tedious little assignments and all the prep-work I have to do for my tutorials. I don't need to see everything in print--I'm feeling overwhelmed enough as it is.
Anyway, I'm off to work on item #1.