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Early to Late Christianity is documented through craft arts. This art employs medium such as illuminated manuscripts, ivory carvings, and the diptych style of plaque. Rebecca and Eliezer at the Well, Suicide of Judas and Crucifixion of Christ, Barberini Ivory, etc.
Art History: Art has been used as propaganda throughout history, including in the Ancient Near East, in Ancient Egypt, and Ancient Greece. Art is used to deliver political and social messages that will stand the test of time.
Art History: Here I provide information on the bronze "David" statue by Donatello and the "School of Athens" painting by Raphael, as well as the larger role each piece plays in the Renaissance time period in Europe.
In this article, I explain cognitive dissonance and give some real-life examples of the foot-in-the-door technique. This is a basic concept of psychology and examples like this make it easier to understand for students.
The Fog of War documentary with Robert S. McNamara is about the Cold War, Vietnam War, and Cuban Missile Crisis. McNamara shares his role in these events, as well as his birth during WWI and service in WWII. Additionally, he applies his lessons to the Iraq War. I summarize and analyze the film.
"The Illegal" is a novel written by Lawrence Hill that explores important topics like immigration, disability, corruption, and other typical elements of a novel including romance. This book discussion answers some questions that help summarize and analyze the books plot, themes, and structure.
Sufism is explored in the novel "The Forty Rules of Love" and the film "Bab'Aziz." Shafak, the author, and Khemir, the director, both show the peacful and loving side of Islam. This essay includes a brief summary of key plot points and an analysis of Sufism in each piece.
"Ghosts of Rwanda" is a Frontline documentary that explores the Rwandan genocide and how the international community reacted. Various international relations theories can be applied to the tragedy and explain how the world let it happen. European imperialism and national interests played a role.
Soseki's "Kokoro" and Achebe's "Things Fall Apart" both explore Western imperialism, although the stories that each author has to tell differ due to time period and location. Each novel shows how the author struggles with American and European influence in their native land.
"The Broken Spears: The Aztec Account of the Conquest of Mexico" offers insight into the Nahua and Aztec identity before and during the arrival of the Spanish.
Karl Marx's writings display his misgivings when it comes to the doctrine of natural rights, instead focusing on human "need" and "emancipation." Marx objects to the familiar “bourgeois” liberal doctrine that rights are universal, natural, and constitutive of our humanity.