History


An Unlyrical Ode to the Bard?
By Craig Wright | 26 Jan 2023 | Education, History, Other

Strophe Although commonly represented as a poem to a man, doing so would misrepresent many of the underlying aspects of [...]

Pathology in Speculative and Science Fiction Literatures
By Craig Wright | 24 Jan 2023 | Education, History, Law & Regulation

Speculative and science fiction can serve as a methodology to explore the nature of humanity and the development of new [...]

Monsterousness
By Craig Wright | 19 Jan 2023 | Education, History, Other

Rupetta (Sulway, 2013) is a post-modern reinterpretation of the Jewish golem fable. The mechanical “woman” created in the story has [...]

Time, History, and Politics through the Eyes and Ears of Shakespeare
By Craig Wright | 10 Jan 2023 | Education, History, Law & Regulation

Shakespeare cared little for historical accuracy; rather, the author used historical events as psychological markers that would ‘jog’ the memory [...]

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 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 [...]

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