Rage, Anger, and the Rationality of the Berserker
The wolverine is portrayed as a “vicious marauder to be feared more than valued or admired” (Shaw and Ford, 115).
Canonical or Not Canonical: That Is the Question
The status of a work as a classic differs from the position as a canonical text (da Silva and Vieira).
Educating the English
Edgeworth set Castle Rackrent in a period where the Irish were under English rule. Unfortunately, most English people failed to
Clark: Myth-Busting Paine
Clark’s analysis of Thomas Paine contains more “myth busters” than a biography. Clark’s tome, titled Thomas Paine: Britain, America, and
Ribbons and the Dream of Digital Envelopment
Lin (2005) discussed the impact of technology on the art world over centuries of its growth, noting that photography changed
Ed Atkins: Ribbons
Ed Atkins has captured the move towards artificial intelligence and social media in modern society’s darkly poignant and spiritual reflection.
Counterculture and Mixed Messages
Turn on, tune in, drop out. Reality is hard. The Animals understood just how hard, but encouraged people to eschew
Medieval Latin: Commentary II
Carta Lucie de Brintona de tota terra quam Godwinus filius Leurich Carta Hugonis de Gurnay et Mileseint sponse sue de
Medieval Latin: Commentary I
British Library, Add Charter 19790: http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/Viewer.aspx?ref=add_ch_19790_f001r P.H. Sawyer, Anglo-Saxon Charters: An Annotated List and Bibliography, Royal Historical Society Guides and
The Politics of Globalisation
The progressive liberal concept had been developing in vehemence from before the start of the Great War. Educational scholars such
The Woke Regression
I would like to say that the “woke” concept that is promoted at universities, including ones in the United Kingdom,