In my upcoming online interactive class, you'll not only learn about the Second World War in great depth from a Ph.D. historian, you'll see the places it happened.
History blogger David Lawlor gives his answer to Robert Horvat's question about which five streets in the world he finds the most interesting.
Two eerily similar fire disasters, one in 1911, another in 1958, occurred within a five-block area of New York. Are these tragedies somehow linked?
Ephemeral New York always has something quirky and interesting to show us about New York City. Today it's a replica WWI fighter plane parked on [...]
This accident of geography linking two great oceans looms large in our history and consciousness.
I love the historical geography of New York City, and the Ephemeral New York blog is all about it! Here's a very cool place I [...]
There really are places in the world that fit the classic literary trope of the "desert island."
See London evolve from Roman times to the 21st century.
On the amazing Radio Aporee site, you can explore geography through sound. Prepare for a time-sink!
Our 14 weeks of time traveling through New York nightlife ends with...a great wine and a Sinatra movie?!?