Paper Critique: The Geography of Fear
By Craig Wright | 18 May 2023 | Economics, History, Philosophy

Melander, E. (2009). The Geography of Fear: Regional Ethnic Diversity, the Security Dilemma and Ethnic War. European Journal of International

Ruling Powers and the United Kingdom
By Craig Wright | 11 May 2023 | Economics, Education, History, Law & Regulation

Britain was not always Britain. With the United Kingdom sometimes seeming less United, and while the separatist movement in Scotland

Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing
By Craig Wright | 09 May 2023 | Economics, History, Other

In the 1990s, Ratko Mladić was general of the Bosnian Serb army overseeing multiple war crimes, including genocide conducted during

Paper Critique: ‘Trade and Geography in the Spread of Islam’
By Craig Wright | 04 May 2023 | Economics, Education, History

Michalopoulos, S., Naghavi, A., & Prarolo, G. (2018). Trade and Geography in the Spread of Islam. The Economic Journal, 128(616),

Historical Maps
By Craig Wright | 02 May 2023 | Economics, Education, History

The National archives in the UK provide access to a collection of historical maps (Archives, n.d.). In this archive, maps

London and the Thames
By Craig Wright | 25 Apr 2023 | Economics, Education, History

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was

Comparing Class Across Narrative Plot Devices in Wuthering Heights and The Time Machine
By Craig Wright | 31 Jan 2023 | Education, History, Other

Emily Brontë first published the novel Wuthering Heights in 1847. H. G. Wells first published the novella The Time Machine

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

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

Using False Notions of Culture in Ways That Diminish Human Capital in Indigenous Groups
By Craig Wright | 05 Jan 2023 | Education, History

The reflection task of asking why cultural maintenance is important comes with a presupposition that needs to be addressed, before

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