Wide Awake: Christopher Clark’s “The Sleepwalkers” and World War I

BradleyGraduate Work, History, Reviews0 Comments

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Christopher Clark’s The Sleepwalkers is an eminently readable account of the events that led up to the outbreak of World War I. Written in a narrative style, but rich with detail and innovative arguments about the origins of the war, Clark’s work is meant for a general audience but will also appeal to scholars looking to broaden their understanding of … Read More

Book Review: Diaspora: A Very Short Introduction, by Kevin Kenny

BradleyGraduate Work, History, Reviews0 Comments

Kevin Kenny’s book, Diaspora: A Very Short Introduction, is part of a series of short introductions on a wide range of topics published by the Oxford University Press. As a very short introduction with just 109 pages of content, Kenny does his best to avoid becoming bogged down in historical details and instead focuses on elucidating the theoretical framework of … Read More

Bible in Pop Culture Week 6: Cartmanland and Job

BradleyReligion, Undergraduate Work0 Comments

“Cartmanland,” the sixth episode of season five of South Park, contains a specific reference to the Book of Job. In the story, Cartman’s grandmother dies and leaves her entire life savings to Cartman, because she believes the rest of her family would just spend the money on crack. Cartman decides to use the money to fulfill his dream of having … Read More