The Changes to Cultural Identity in a Global World
By Craig Wright | 29 Dec 2022 | Economics, Education, History

Globalisation has changed the movement and global flows of people and things across nations and continents. Some who suggest that

The Great Gatsby: Limits on Social Mobility
By Craig Wright | 27 Dec 2022 | Education, Other

Great stories often embed many different perspectives of reality, and contain stories within stories. The Great Gatsby embeds layer upon

Prometheus: Choosing to Be Bound
By Craig Wright | 22 Dec 2022 | Education, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Prometheus Bound, Aeschylus In knowingly choosing rebellion, Prometheus set the stage, defining a choice of opposing tyranny and unjust laws,

The Odyssey: An Endless Story of Reaching Home
By Craig Wright | 20 Dec 2022 | Education, History, Philosophy

Abstract In Ulysses, we see a strong empathy and sense of duty, but which at times seems to develop a

Virgil: The Aeneid
By Craig Wright | 15 Dec 2022 | Education, History, Philosophy

Abstract Virgil’s epic has inspired countless generations because it formed the mythology of the exceptional Roman and became integrated into

The Impact of Climate on the 1242 Retreat of the Mongols from Europe
By Craig Wright | 13 Dec 2022 | Education, History

Abstract While some authors have noted that the sudden withdrawal from Hungary by the Mongolian troops in 1242 coincides with

On Marxism and Imperialism
By Craig Wright | 08 Dec 2022 | Economics, Education, Law & Regulation

1.   The Ongoing Problems with Marxist Imperialist Theory and the Movement towards Decolonising the Curriculum To the man with a

On the History of Neoliberalism
By Craig Wright | 06 Dec 2022 | Economics, Education, Law & Regulation

1.   The History of Neoliberalism Just as the term ‘capitalism’ was developed as a word to critique the alternative of

Brazil’s Financial Centres in the Twenty-first Century: Hierarchy, Specialisation, and Concentration
By Craig Wright | 01 Dec 2022 | Economics

Introduction to Research Questions and Hypotheses Contel and Wójcik (2019) investigate the growth and decline of financial hubs and the

Cancelled: A Polemic on Education
By Craig Wright | 29 Nov 2022 | Education

Find the full paper here. Chapter One – Introduction Bauman (1993, p. 47) argued that responsibility is to say that

The Philosophy of Time
By Craig Wright | 24 Nov 2022 | Education, Math, Philosophy

Find the full paper here. Abstract Einstein noted that time is relative when considering the perspectives of different observers. Yet,

The Growth of China as a Balancing Politico-Economic Force
By Craig Wright | 22 Nov 2022 | Economics, Education, Law & Regulation

A work co-written with my daughter and extending her paper. Kim and Gates (2015) investigated the role of power transition

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