The final article on this journey through 1990s cinema takes us to the very best the decade has to offer.
My upcoming science fiction audio drama podcast is a personal journey for me, which has taken 25 years to come to fruition.
https://youtu.be/Gmpp7QZWwpE The above video is by fellow academic blogger The Mad Sociologist, who tries in this video to provide some background--both historical and political--to the [...]
On Monday night (August 21, 2017), President Donald Trump gave a major address on the continuing U.S. war in Afghanistan. The details are not so [...]
Seventy-two years ago today, on August 6, 1945, the United States dropped the first atom bomb used in combat on the Japanese city of Hiroshima, [...]
The way we teach history, and what we choose to emphasize in it, has a profound effect on the people to whom it is taught.
Since the end of Vietnam, what war is really good for, at least in American history, is a difficult question to answer.
What does a notorious 1990s movie about humans fighting bugs on another planet have to do with politics in 2016? More than you may think.
Though it looks like the cover of a modern SF graphic novel, this mural from Mexico is actually more than 80 years old.
When Sherman said "war is hell," this is exactly the kind of thing he had in mind.