Post Tagged with: "History"

Do Modern Politicians Lack True Grit?
/ September 6, 2013

Do Modern Politicians Lack True Grit?

Memorable leaders do not merely govern by consensus, they make tough decisions

The World Within Your Hand’s Reach
/ July 18, 2013

The World Within Your Hand’s Reach

Daniel Golebiewski on exploring International Relations in Civilization

Decrypting the Past
/ June 16, 2013

Decrypting the Past

Martin de Bourmont on the novel as history

History, War, and the Danger of Boredom
/ May 10, 2013

History, War, and the Danger of Boredom

Martin de Bourmont on what it means to live in "interesting" times

Remembering Without Resenting: History and Memory
/ February 21, 2013

Remembering Without Resenting: History and Memory

Concluding a series on historical trauma and collective memory, Martin de Bourmont invites us to examine our own historical horizons

Égalité and Higher Education
/ May 28, 2011

Égalité and Higher Education

Nina Cohen explores the controversy surrounding the "grandes écoles", France's elite super-universities