Monthly Archives: September 2016

Sometimes, It’s The Little Things that Stand Out The Most…

Many scholars say that they wish to get the most intimate and personal view of the peoples and cultures they study. Who doesn’t want to feel “in the moment”, like we were standing there alongside our historical subjects? Perhaps dream … Continue reading

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What More Is There To Say?…

Last year, I wrote a huge reflection on 9/11 and what it means today¬†9/11: A New Perspective¬†. It covers the more analytical perspective of 9/11 versus the more commonly seen emotional side. In essence, what it means politically and what … Continue reading

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