Kevin Costner's 2003 film offers a look at the possibilities of the Western genre in this century by "going small" rather than trying to be "epic."
My first video Historical Movie Analysis considers the way the hit HBO series "Westworld" uses and deconstructs history, and how we see it.
This painting captures the romance and majesty inherent in late 19th century Western landscapes.
This episode explores the backstory of the character known as Dale, which takes us back to the U.S. Civil War and an epic disaster on the Mississippi.
This kind of mansion is emblematic of the development of the American West in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Care for a drink at this quintessential Old West saloon?