My nephew, Javal Coleman, who studies Classics at UT-Austin just published this reflection. When I began my undergraduate career at the University of North Texas,
The Cotton Belt in the Southern USA—the area of almost total cotton growing through Jim Crow—has a lot in common with the history of the folx oppressed in the West Indies. We would do well to think about what we share in common.
The truth is that no one knows what “the history of capitalism” is because its history is just now being written. But if there is
Dec 02, 2014 – Vatican City – The Global Freedom Network organized an historic moment with Pope Francis I acting as host to a cadre
Every Shimer student in the Weekday program reads Plato’s Euthyphro as their first assignment in preparation for Orientation. This is appropriate, because Platonic dialogues such