The Salem Witch Trials Vs. The McCarthy Era: Similar Ideas Presented In Arthur Millers, “The Crucible”

“Ignorance and its denial will, sad to say, lead us down the same road as it did in all past history.” – Jordan Maxwell. In history there have been many events that have shaped the world we live in. Two major events that happened were the Salem Witch Trials and McCarthyism. Both of these events … Read more

Coca-Cola History

Coca-Cola history started in 1886 when the inquisitiveness of an Atlanta pharmacist, Dr. John S. Pemberton, guided him to create a unique tasting soft drink that could be sold at soda fountains. He produced a flavored syrup, took it to his locality dispensary, where it was mixed with carbonated water and considered “excellent” by those … Read more

America Before Columbus – Film Critique Assignment

America Before Columbus is an informative history documentary that shows the life in Europe, prior to the European exploration, the Columbian exchange and its impact, and the conditions after the Columbian discovery of America. It does a wonderful job of putting basic factual information that is readily accessible in a different perspective. Usually, life prior … Read more

The ancient Greeks

The ancient Greeks, like many ancient cultures, believed in multiple gods. The Gods had supernatural powers and strengths. Myths about these Gods helped explain things about Greek life, These myths were important because they explained why the Greeks did things in a certain way and what was important to them. The article Greek Mythology explains … Read more

How King Tutankhamun died?

According to our text, The Humanities, “King Tutankhamun was just a teenager when he died. For an ancient Egyptian pharaoh, presumably well-fed and fiercely protected, this was a premature demise. It was also momentous, for his death meant the beginning of the end of ancient Egypt’s 18th dynasty”. (Sayre, 2015) What and how did this … Read more

emotion ideas in romantic periods

In modern parlance, the word ‘romantic’ is often and understandably used with a positive connotation. A romantic individual is most often recalled with fondness, if also with pity. The faults of such a person might be limited to mere naivete: “He was a hopeless romantic; he just wasn’t meant for this cruel world.” However, it … Read more

Mordechai Anielewicz, a Leader of the ZOB

In Warsaw, during 1919, a hero was born. That hero is Mordecai Anielewicz. Mordechai Anielewicz was the leader of the ZOB and the cause of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. He was an inspiration, a warrior, and an angel.Anielewicz was born in 1919 in Poland. He was born into a poor working class family. He had … Read more

Jacques Cartier’s Biography

Have you ever wondered how Canada was found, and who found it? The answer is, Jacques Cartier (1491-1557). Jacques Cartier was an explorer that sailed for France. He made three voyages in total, to Newfound land (nowadays Canada), each of them with a different story and a different purpose. His voyages include finding goods, attempts … Read more

Contemporary and Environmental Approaches

Contemporary and Environmental Approaches The contemporary approaches to management of organizations are sociotechnical theory, organizational behavior, systems theory, and quantitative management. All of these have their own unique differences. For instance, sociotechnical theory evaluates the interaction between people and technology in a business. Compared to quantitative management, that deals with the mathematical and statistical analysis … Read more

Francis I: His Reign and Accomplishments

Current day Paris is one of the grandest cities in the world, in 2012 it was the most visited country in the world, toured by 83 million. Paris, the capital of France, is the main attraction. France was not always the destination it is today, once, it was barely noticeable, a stepping stone on Caesar’s … Read more

How Ancient Incas Even Managed to Build Pyramids?

The Pyramid Effect First off Id like to say, that the Incas were probably the most fascinating native Americans of all. They had the largest empire of all, spanning from southern Colombia to southern Chile. They had a giant road system that spanned from one end to the other; and were also famous for there … Read more

Main Minuses Of The Articles of Confederation

The Articles of Confederation were created in 1777 to bring order and a strong government to the states. The Articles gave the government very little powers. However, some of the powers passed national policies. Others settled disputes between the states. Due to the government having very little power, the states were not unified. The Articles … Read more

J. Smith and Pocahontas: What Really Happened?

“She Pocahontas never spoke of herself, she never represented her emotions, presence or history. He [John Smith] spoke for and represented her” –Edward Said Orientalism 6 Pocahontas, a Powhatan Indian Princess, emerged from a culture of dark superstitions and bettered the relationship with a small group of English settlers in Jamestown and the English rulers … Read more

Renaissance Games

People around the world love to have fun. Over the years games have been invented to entertain people. Many of the inventions and ideas made for entertainment have been put into the category of games. Games have been even been took part in long ago in the past. In the Renaissance many unique sports and … Read more

Francisco Pizarro Biography

Francisco Pizarro was born around 1474 in Trujillo, Spain. Pizarro’s parents were Captain Gonzalo Pizarro and Francisca Gonzalez. His father was a poor farmer and his mother was of humble heritage. For most of his childhood he grew up herding his father’s pigs. In 1510, he went with Spanish explorer Alonzo de Ojeda on an … Read more

Battle of the Hydaspes

To answer this question let me tell you the story of the Battle of the Hydaspes. In 326 BC the forces of Alexander the Great and King Porus were to clash, a battle which would decide the fate of the region Punjab. As Alexander wanted to increase his territory his eye fell on India, where … Read more

Japanese invasion of Manchuria –

Manchuria is a historical region in China that contains modern provinces Liaoning (south), Jilin (central), and Heilongjiang (north) and the northeastern portion, Inner Mongolia, which was attacked by the Japanese in the 1930’s. The Japanese wanted to expand their empire because their population was increasing rapidly. An over populated country would easily be fixed if … Read more

Analyzing Romanticism in Pushkin’s ;The Shot;

A theme that is immediately apparent in Pushkin’s The Shot is “the noble man with a romanticized view of life”. This theme was common during the Romantic Era, the period in which Pushkin wrote, but is important for more than historical reasons; in many ways, such “romanticization” guides the entire experience of reading Pushkin’s storyline. … Read more

Roman Invention: Arches

Rome was able to control a vast empire due to their military success. According to Bee Breeders, an Architecture competition organisers, Roman architecture was at its peak during the Pax Romana period, a period in which the Roman Empire didn’t expand and wasn’t invaded, and which lasted over 200 years. One of the Roman inventions … Read more

Figurative language used by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The figurative language and diction choices made by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in his “I Have a Dream” speech strengthens the connection of his claim to his intended audience by providing concrete and tangible examples to help grasp the complicated concepts. Two examples of the figurative language used by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. … Read more

The Great Mongol Emperor Genghis Khan

Genghis Khan, Mongol Emperor from 1167 to 1227, birth name Temujin, succeeded his father Yekusia, the chief of the Mongol tribe. Genghis Khan became famous for his well-organized army, twice the size of any other empire in history, with dictatorship abilities that were so powerful that it lasted a century after his death. Mongols were … Read more

The Biography Of France’s King Louis XIV

Throughout history, the monarchies that ruled over France and England have had very influential and significant roles in shaping not only their own countries, but all over the Europe. The Sun King, King Louis XIV of France, had arguably the most dominant reign over France of any monarch to ever rule the country. His reign … Read more

Defining Moments In Canadian History

The 20th century was a very depressing, brutal, and overall gruesome time for the world because of the 108 million lives that were lost to war. In Canadian history, there has been countless events, actions, and decisions that we can call defining moments in our history. During the 20th century, Canada had grown to a … Read more

My hero is Galileo

I chose Galileo as my hero. He was born in 1564 in Pisa, Italy where he grew up with his brothers and sisters. His father taught music and was a famous musician. He and his family moved to the city of Florence when he was 10 years old where he began his education at monastery. … Read more

History of mimosa pudica

Mimosa pudica was first identified in Brazil. It is a perennial shrub which is now considered a pantropical invasive weed. Many plant species show two types of movements of the anatomical parts. Nyctinastic movements also known as sleeping movements, occur in response to changes in visible light. Seismonastic movements occur in response to other stimuli … Read more

Cause of stance loss in battles of Gilgamesh.

The Mesopotamian epic, Gilgamesh, translated by David Ferry tells the tale of loss that has been so prominent to even stand around until this day and time. This concept of loss has especially been nurtured in the Mesopotamian time period because of the almost regular wars and battles that fought over power. In the end … Read more

Negative effects of Philip II Reign on Spain

During the early and the late 15th century, Spain was at a high point. Spain was the central power in Europe during that time and Spain was united under his father and mother. Philip II reign began Spain’s golden age. However, Philip II rule was not entirely beneficial to Spain. He injured Spain through heavy … Read more

History of the concept of Dr. Richard Kimball

The history of the concept of Dr. Richard Kimball’s attempts to solve the murder of his wife while evading the forces of Federal Deputy Marshal Gerard has been rich on television and on the big screen. Despite years (if not decades) of production toil, the famed fugitive’s chase into the cinemas in 1993 earned the … Read more

What Makes An Urban Legend?

Urban legends are mythical stories involving occurrences of the recent history. These stories often include elements of humor and horror that spread quickly and are commonly believed to be true; they typically echo humanity’s deepest fears or concerns. An urban legend can be retold with different settings and characters, but the central theme or idea … Read more