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It's all quiet on the western front...

It’s all quiet on the western front… Not to worry we haven’t gone away. For the past week we’ve been busy with working out our schedule of articles, learning to use some new software and looking into some new hardware for us to expand. 41 more words

Where's Your Cave

Isabella Stewart Gardner: the Lady, the Legend, the Legacy ~ a guest post by Alexandra G. Kiely

Alexandra is a twenty-something art historian and researcher with omnivorous interests in arts, culture, and history. She is also a figure skater and a dancer. Read more about her various intellectual pursuits at… 1,462 more words

Women's History

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Susan Abernethy (The Freelance History Writer) was kind enough to invite me to write this guest post for her. I chose to write about American art collector Isabella Stewart Gardner, founder of the museum of the same name in Boston, Massachusetts. Check out my article and the rest of Susan's wonderful blog!


We live in a world that promotes various truths. As such, it is sometimes difficult to determine what is actually real from what is not. If I told you my name was Lisa, but someone else told you my name was Samantha, you would argue that this person is not telling the truth, since I have personally given you my name. 1,750 more words


Let's Globalize Wisely


Editorial in Penang Monthly, September 2014

There is much to worry about in the world today, 25 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, ewhich should give us reason to pause and consider what the long-term, persistent and negative consequences of the cultural shrinking of the world actually are. 536 more words


Is the Nation's Essential Multiracialism in Grave Danger?

By Ooi Kee Beng

For THE EDGE, Kuala Lumpur, 25 August 2014

Multiracialism does not come by chance. It is always an expression of the populated territory’s geopolitical history. 872 more words


Word of the Week: Matthew 7 (KJV & NLT)

 King James Version:

Judge not, that ye be not judged.

2 For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again. 1,253 more words

Word Of God

Watch While I Knit All the Things

It’s Labor Day weekend and where I am, that means it’s the ‘official’ start to autumn. This translates to one thing for knitters: the burning desire, the… 418 more words