Top five ways to do well in a literature class from an experienced literature major.
When people learn that I can speak two languages, they become very interested in learning about how and why. I would wager that other than xenophobes, there aren't a lot of people who would say they don't want to be able to speak at least more than...
This article is an overview of the way that English speakers swear and curse. Why we use the words we do and how it is possible to say the exact same thing but in a socially acceptable way.
Not only that we are not using language to the fullest of its abilities, but also it is being incorrectly used to cause severe harms to human settlements. What should be our approach and why?
A quick overview of some of the most effective, affordable methods to learn a new language-such as Spanish, Chinese, French, or German.
Where does the human mind end and begin? Where does the universe end and begin? Is consciousness universal? Are we all interconnected? Is there a spirit molecule? Do other dimensions exist?
A thesis paper analyzing the rhetorical value of different types of women's Islamic dress, and what it means in different countries.
Pronouns make life easier for readers and writers. As a replacement for nouns, the pronoun can simplify sentences within a text and cuts down on redundancy. Pronouns are easy...wait didn't I say that?
The importance of Russia's large agrarian workforce, and its complex place in Russian Society, is elegantly explored in Leo Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina."
A modest and informative look at what languages those of us who demote ourselves to the level of a Historian should learn, especially if we study Western European thought.