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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Akylina Lee 
 Article Title :: Last Night
Last night I watched an artisan in the moment of the first showing of his creation to others. It reminded me of a young man taking his first risk of rejection with a young woman. He tentatively exposes himself to the risk of rejection while offering himself up in hopes of acceptance. We all go through this every day in our interactions with others. We take measured risks in seeking acceptance from others. Some of us, having faced repeated or particularly difficult rejections, give up and withdraw into ourselves refusing further risk. Others work to find ways to manipulate people into accepting them all the while knowing that recognition received in this way never has any real value.  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Timothy Stelly Sr 
 Article Title :: Black Literature: Hughes, Cullen, Baraka, and Madhubuti
The term “Jazzoetry” was coined by the Last Poets, who used it as the name of one of their albums. The term was applied to the revolutionary style of poetry with a jazz background that they had popularized during their 70s heyday. While the term may not have applied so much to the written word, particularly that before it, there were black poets who wrote with an afrocentric flow and fervor that was inspiration and insightful.Amiri Baraka is one such poet and is considered the founding father of the Black Arts Movement. He was born Everett LeRoi Jones, in Newark, New Jersey, October 7, 1934.Baraka (still writing under his given name of LeRoi Jones) found success early,   (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Michael Russell 
 Article Title :: Famous Psychics - Elizabeth Baron
In this article we're going to visit with a psychic who is still alive and predicting today. Her name is Elizabeth Baron.Elizabeth Baron was born in Tennessee. She was an orphan as her father shot himself right in front of her when she was just 5 years old. During that same period she successfully won her fight with cancer, a tumor under her tongue, by laying her hands on local ministers in her neighborhood. At least that's how legend has it. Supposedly, it was during this time that she got her gift of being able to look into the future.Her mother died when she was a very young child and after than Baron was bounced around between 15 different foster homes as she was gr  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Alice Krueser 
 Article Title :: Barbara Willis, a Glen Luken's Protege is Rediscovered
Barbara Willis was born in Bakersfield, California on June 29, 1917. She began her art career by studying with potter Laura Andreson and trained with the master, Glen Lukens at UCLA in the late 1930's. In 1942, Barbara opened her first studio pottery. With the shortage of domestic products due to World War II, Barbara then went from studio to production potter. Barbara's unique glazing technique, vibrant colors and imitation wood designs were sought after by the large store chains such as Neiman Marcus, Lord & Taylor of New York, Gump's, & Macy's to name a few....including the White House. The popularity of her work lasted until the mid 1950's when art pottery interest declined due to the  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mohamed Jeeshan G.R. 
 Article Title :: What is this Thing Called Literature and Why We Study it Still
Literature as common understanding suggests is a representative body of texts admired and appreciated for its formal properties as well as its thematic concerns, which most would term vaguely as artistic or even aesthetic. If asked on the relevance of literature the response would be that the study of literature is akin to appreciating the arts.However, in the past few decades the notion of literature has itself been called into question by progressive theoretical debates, which if anything have made it impossible to decide what literature is and should be. The point that relegates literature to a subordinate position as opposed to the other humanities like history, is the problema  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Howard Lewis 
 Article Title :: European Heroes (2005 )
Maud FontenayAs my exploits in the field may be viewed as inertia personified, I always greet tales of extraordinary physical endurance with a mixture of awe and wonder. The awe is simple enough – and in the case of the youthful Maud, quite understandable – but the wonder is how bonkers some people are. There are innumerable cases of individuals fulfilling long held ambitions by testing their limits and Maud Fontenay demonstrates this point in spades.Maud Fontenay is a slight, slender woman of 27 who sought to show that size and strength alone mean little without mental toughness and resourcefulness. Her achievement? Rowing 7,000 kilometres across the Pacific Ocea  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Richard Pettinger 
 Article Title :: Is a Current Account Deficit Harmful?
Recently the US the current account has reached an unprecedendented level, reaching nearly 6% of GDP. Despite the record levels of deficit many in the US administration have argued that there is nothing to worry about, confident the US will continue to recieve capital inflows to finance the deficit.In the UK the Balance of Payments on current account has been in persistent deficit for the past 19 years. However compared to the US it is a relatively smaller % of GDP (2.5%)This essay examines whether economists should be concerned with a current account deficit.* Current account measuresi) Balance of trade in goodsii) B  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Sharif Khan 
 Article Title :: Interview with Penguin Publisher
Mr. David Davidar began his career in journalism and is founder of Penguin Books India. Currently, he is Publisher of Penguin Canada and also is author of the novel, The House of Blue Mangoes.How did you first get started in the publishing business?Twenty years ago I was working in Bombay and there was a colleague I knew who had done a publishing course at Harvard. And she said, “Why don’t you go there and check it out?” So I came to the States, and I did the course, and at the course was Peter Mayer, Chairman of Penguin world-wide. He said, “Look you’re from India?” (I said “yeah”). He said he was thinking of starting a company in India and asked me, “Woul  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: World Poverty and First World Nation Economic Enslavement
Many people see poverty in third world nations as a blemish on the human race. As proof that although our efforts are well intentioned in many regards they are severely lacking. Recently at a coffee shop we all got into a deep intellectual discussion on a topic of Africa and poverty. Then we discussed Haiti, Indonesia and other third world countries, the very bottom of the third world, where things might be getting better, but you could hardly tell unless someone had pointed out exactly where they were better and you would hate to think how they were ever any worse.One gentleman in the group started explaining what he had seen while working in a large NGO overseas and some of the h  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: Is Islamic Fundamentalism a Code for Preying on the Weak
Many accuse all world religions for preying on the weak and further exploiting them using many tactics such as guilt to shape their minds into submission of the religious sect. Where as this has been documented throughout history, many still contend that religion is good as it is a bond, which holds together societies and civilizations with a code of conduct. Indeed, one cannot deny that is a said benefit of religion, yet it comes at the expense of the individual and freedom, civil rights and pursuit of happiness if it is abused. Recently this philosophical discussion came up in an online conversation and it was explored in detail and in every regard. One individual made an interesting st  (read full article)
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