Hello everyone. I'm taking this opportunity to let you, the readers of this blog, know about a wonderful opportunity that I've been offered in my [...]
I study, work and teach on a campus with a rape problem. This week on the campus where I’m a Ph.D. student and GTF (Graduate [...]
Many modern students have a very erroneous view of what history is, who studies it and why it's important--but you can't blame them for thinking so.
Here is a very interesting article written by my friend and colleague Adam Turner, a fellow historian, about some of the emotional discoveries that one [...]
Fifty years ago today, on November 22, 1963, Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone and not as part of a larger plot, shot and killed President [...]
A German historian compiled a chronicle of the history of European wine for 1000 years.
This is the third and final installment of the interview with Daniel Pope, long-time history professor from University of Oregon and the subject one of [...]
Here is the second fascinating part of my interview with University of Oregon history professor Daniel Pope! In part one Dr. Pope talked about being [...]
I am really pleased to bring you an interview with a fascinating man on some really fascinating subjects. Professor Daniel Pope recently retired as a [...]
My book Zombies of Byzantium has received a very interesting review! Much different than the book blogger, horror enthusiast or Amazon reviews it's received so far, [...]