Antithesis Christi et Antichristi (Jenský kodex/Jena Codex), Bohemia ca. 1490-1510.
Praha, Knihovna Národního muzea, IV.B.24, fol. 80r
In an exclusive interview with MoJo, an Iraq vet — now history professor and expert in Holocaust studies — explains why he exposed Marines’ use of an “SS” flag.
As a veteran and a student of history, this article makes me feel all kinds of bad and good.
Day 13 in a row of work. A historiography paper due this week, and massive amounts of reading to do. Before work, however, I will run.
And I’ll have one more cup of coffee.
I worked 8am to 5:30pm, came home and finished the last 7 pages of a 15 page paper on James Otis, now I am drinking bourbon and listening to the Gun Club. Don’t judge me for drinking alone tumblr.
Reading any kind of political non-fiction from around 2008 or earlier is like reading ancient history.
Three historians (Drew Gilpin Faust, Edna Medford, Walter Edgar) are asked to discuss the consensus within the historical community, and why they believe that the general public has yet to catch on to the fact that the Civil War was fought over slavery.
Faust’s This Republic of Suffering was the work that got me “in” to the Civil War. Awesome talk.
I don’t care if it’s all in your head.
- Bank Holiday
- Farm Security
- Beardsley Ruml
- Hot Oil Act
- The Black Cabinet
- Tipsoo Lake Comfort Station
- Hannah Robinson Tower
- Alphabet Agency
- Section of Painting
- Farm Rescue
- Wagner Act
- Railroad Retirement Board
- The Defining Moment
- The Guffey Coal Act
- But Fear Itself