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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: Feeding The World; We Must Help Those Who Help Themselves
There is much talk throughout the world for debt forgiveness and wiping out poverty. Feeding the starving children is also of importance. Few would deny that we should help out wherever we can. And most agree that you can lead a horse to water, but you cannot always make him drink and thus we may wish to consider this.Recently during a coffee shop conversation with a new friend who had spent time in the Peace Corp and also volunteering with an NGO, we all listened to the stories he had. Scary stuff, boy were we glad that we were so fortunate to have been born into such a wealthy and well run nation. He told us of the horrendous conditions and mal nutrition and of starving and dying  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Holly Odom 
 Article Title :: The Impact of the Internet on Contemporary Literature
Literature basically is everything that has ever been written. Anything from the earliest poems of Homer, to today’s web pages, can be considered literature. But for a specific sense, there are various kinds of literature. Literature can be written in a specific language, like English Literature or be written by a specific culture, such as African Literature. But literature really means more than printed words and the internet certainly is a part of literature. I should note that the word literature comes from the French phrase belles-lettres, which means “beautiful writing”. When a piece of work is called literature, it is usually considered a great work of art. The internet litera  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: They Lived in Despair, but Just Didn't Know It
When a people believe through brainwashing or social programming that what they have is what they really want, then you cannot force someone against their will to seek a better life. In fact they will fight against the givers of Freedom at the bequest of their own purveyors of propaganda.When a regime controls the media, knowledge and teachings, a culture may not realize that there is a better way or life out there and they can have it, if they will stand up together; “power to the people.” I would like to stamp our hunger and poverty, but not entirely. I believe that the life experience is about joy, happiness, pain and sorrow. And those choices should be allowed too. In other  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: Theory on How to Fix the World
You see after traveling the world and every city in the United States over 10,000 people and many smaller ones, too many to list in fact, I have come to the conclusion that as great as all this is. Quite Frankly, it isn’t good enough.Therefore my next project is, I want to fix the world or rather I want everyone else to care enough to look around; start by looking in the mirror and figuring out what they can do to fix the world. Too be part of the solution not the problem.Your comment; “please notice me” is all wrong, it is not about “ME” or that entity we call “Lance” it is about each and everyone of us and the whole of humanity together, thus the mission stat  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mary Arnold 
 Article Title :: Analysis of Heloise: A Medieval Woman
Heloise was completely unlike my perceptions of what medieval women were like. I was under the impression that the women of this time period were weak in spirit, obedient, and usually chaste. I did expect that some women might have engaged in pre-marital sex, but I thought that these women would have regarded such behavior as a disgrace. Heloise completely changed my misconceptions of medieval women; she seems more like a twentieth century woman in her strength and personal characteristics.While Heloise did succumb to her husband’s, Abelard, desire for her to join a convent, this action of Heloise’s does not exhibit weakness but rather is an indication of her innate strength. I  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Daisy Evans 
 Article Title :: Art in Sacred Places
Charlie Millar is an artist working in Camberwell, London. His recent exhibition was Lifeforms, at Gallery 27, Cork Street. This mainly showed coloured oils paintings, and also some casts. He now has a commission from Canterbury Cathedral, Britain's most important ecclesiastical building.With this commission, he has placed an installation of 300 perspex casts, each a hand-made work of art, on the floor of the Eastern Crypt of Canterbury Catherdral, creating a jewel-like carpet of intricate, compound, polished crystal. The work is to be unveiled for the duration of Lent 2006. This work celebrates the tiniest of objects of creation in Britain's most important ecclesiastic building.  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Andy Carloff 
 Article Title :: I Sleep In A Squat, Like Everyone Else
I hate work. But, in this type of world that we belong to, money can be useful. For the past ten years of my life, I had been completely banished from the world of finance. My first credit card was cancelled after four days. With my first checking account, I withdrew $200 from an ATM and never paid it back. I did the same thing with my second checking account at another bank. These few incidents have made it impossible for me to every have a bank account or credit card for a very long time. So, yes, I burned all the bridges and covered all the paths. I am completely expelled from the world of banking and credit. This was no problem for me, since I was already living without much   (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Richard Berroa 
 Article Title :: My Favorite 5 History Books
If you're like me you look to the lessons that history teaches us. The problem with history is that depending on what side of history you're on will affect your point of view. An example of this would be the conquering of the west in the United States of America. Your point of view will be drastically different if you're a descendent of an American Indian as opposed to a descendant of he settlers.To that end I have compiled a list of 5 books that I feel worthy of passing on to you! This list is presented in random order; so please don't read anything into the order that I have listed them.1. A Natural History of the Senses, By Diane AckermanThis book is a mix o  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Linore Rose Burkard 
 Article Title :: George Bryan Brummell: "The Beau"
George Bryan Brummell,(6/7/1778-3/30/1840) better known as Beau Brummell, reigned long enough over the fashionable elite of Regency England to be remembered forever as the one man responsible for bringing the modern man's dark suit into being.He has claims to our sympathy, but the last words he probably ever spoke in the Prince Regent's hearing were, “Alvanley, who's your fat friend?” It was a dig at the corpulent Prince and hit its mark—they never spoke again. Once good friends, the Prince had given the Beau the “cut direct”--ignoring him after addressing Alvanley. Brummell, humiliated and angry, made the famous remark which has survived long a  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mary Arnold 
 Article Title :: The Romantic Spirit of the Harlem Renaissance: Introduction
The Harlem Renaissnace was such an important part of American history and literary history, but it is woefully neglected in 'traditional' history courses. Naturally, I had read some works of the prominent figures of the Harlem Renaissance, such as Langston Hughes and James Weldon Johnson, but the majority of the participants were unknown to me. Also, I knew next to nothing about the historical and social context from which the Harlem Renaissance sprang.In conducting my research, I consulted four books on the Harlem Renaissance, many articles in The Oxford Companion to African American Literature, and nine published articles. It would be impossible to describe everything I l  (read full article)
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