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What's With Nazis And Knights?
Bryan William Van Norden
Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple Professor at Yale-NUS College
Academics should not be blind to the political context in which we operate.
GPS FOR THE SOUL
The Art in Dreams - Memories of My Mother
Paola K Amaras
Dreamer, mythologizer & writer, co-owns Scribes Unlimited, LLC
Does the Magna Carta Mean More to Americans Than to Brits?
Director, British Council USA
Why the heightened interest here in the U.S. when even Britain's greatest explorer of history -- Shakespeare, of course -- failed to even mention the Magna Carta in his 1596 play
May a Man Marry a Man? A Medieval Debate
Charles J. Reid, Jr.
Professor of Law, University of St. Thomas
Even working in a field that seems so old and dry, every so often you have the opportunity to stumble upon a text that is utterly unexpected. I stumbled upon -- and that is the right expression -- a question that seemed to leap off the page.
France's 10 Most Enchanting Towns
Community of over 2 million international travelers
This summer, ditch the tourist trail in Paris and Marseilles and hit the countryside to experience the wealth of gorgeous historical villages France has to offer.
Chick-Fil-A Mother-Son Date 'Knight': Make Medieval Plans With Mom At Your Local Food Court
At least, that's what Chick-fil-A is hoping with its upcoming Mother-Son Date Knight, scheduled for May 6 at 51 Maryland
Why Does Medieval Economic Thought Still Prevail?
Enshrining self-interest as the sole generator of wealth has enabled the wealthiest to keep 'their' wealth, via the divine protection of an 'invisible hand.'
What Medieval Times Teach Us About Respecting the Dead
PhD Candidate, Stanford University
The phrase "no man is an island" gets tossed around pretty lightly these days, but at its core, it's about the same thing. When the funeral bells toll, don't ask who they are for. We're all in this together.
Joel Kraemer's Maimonides Biography: Impressive Scholarship, Insufficient Philosophy
As a primer on Maimonides, this is a worthy effort, worth a read despite its shortcomings. In choosing Maimonides for his
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