My Wikipedia Edits

December 21, 2018 | Leave a Comment

For my final project of the semester, I’ve decided to pursue a small matter of personal importance. This refers to the character of William K. Vanderbilt II, a later member of the Vanderbilt family and a well-known traveler and collector. Having been born 1873 and died in 1944, Vanderbilt had a number of interesting accomplishments […]

Consuelo and Alva: A Review

October 31, 2018 | Comments Off on Consuelo and Alva: A Review

If you were to either read a book or watch a TV show taking place in the late 1800s or early 1900s, chances are good that you’ll run into certain themes: Opulent mansions, great families and greater fortunes, and the glamor of a bygone era. If this rings a bell, it’s hardly surprising. We as […]

Twitterstorians: Thoughts on the D’Souza/Kruse Exchange

October 10, 2018 | Comments Off on Twitterstorians: Thoughts on the D’Souza/Kruse Exchange

It probably won’t come as a surprise that the Liberal Arts often aren’t given a lot of respect in popular culture. As a student of history myself, I can’t tell how many times I’ve cringed when I hear someone make a joke to the tune of “would you like fries with that?” in response to […]

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