I write for the promotion of critical thinking and cultural, historical, and philosophical literacy.
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Last night I watched the 2012 Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (hereafter, ALVH) for the second time. As a historian, I always unavoidably see movies with a somewhat different set of eyes. After all, everything has a history and involves history; therefore, movies,… Read More ›
The Lincoln Lawyer (which has nothing to do with President Lincoln or things he would stand for), by everyday standards, is basically a good movie. It received positive reviews from the public and critics. BUT, its portrayal of women and gender… Read More ›
This is the first blog entry of many that I anticipate will involve articulating many sensitive issues. The ideas discussed here have been on my mind for sometime and are not entirely original, but these were on my mind more… Read More ›
Welcome to my blog. With this posting, I am finally becoming a blogger I suppose. One of the more recent inspirations to start a blog came from an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education called, “How Blogging Helped Me… Read More ›