Wu Zhao, Selfless or Selfish

Order your copy of Wu Zhao: China's Only Woman Emperor now! Wu Zhao was an extremely well educated women with an uncanny ability to twist ideals and people to her advantage. She used those abilities to better herself, and create a prosperous and unified society. During Wu Zhao’s time as Emperor of the Tang Dynasty,... Continue Reading →

Why Study History?

Several authors have covered the topic of "Why Study History?" Here is an overview of the article by William McNeill from 1985. The subject of history is not limited to a topic taught in schools. People fail to realize that the subject of history is taught from an early age and isn’t limited to reading... Continue Reading →

An Islamic View of the Crusades

A take on The Race for Paradise: An Islamic History of the Crusades by Paul M. Cobb. The ways in which medieval Muslims understood the Crusades and how they dealt with the form of religious backed aggression brought by Europeans is the subject of The Race for Paradise: An Islamic History of the Crusades by Paul... Continue Reading →

Medieval Paris

Purchase your copy of the book referenced in this article here! Surviving Poverty in Medieval Paris: Gender, Ideology, and the Daily Lives of the Poor A take on Surviving Poverty in Medieval Paris Gender, Ideology, and the Daily Lives of the Poor by Sharon Farmer. Medieval Paris was a service economy thanks to its large... Continue Reading →

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