3,400-Year-Old Encrusted Ceramics Discovered in Bronze Age Necropolis on Danube

Some of the newly discovered 3,400-year-old vessels from the Bronze Age necropolis in Bulgaria’s Baley. Photo: BNT By Ivan Dikov / 09.25.2017 Archaeology in Bulgaria A large number of uniquely decorated ceramic vessels from ca 1400 BC have been described during archaeological excavations in the necropolis of a Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age settlement[…]

Recent Modern Philosophy: Kierkegaard and Nietzsche

Søren Kierkegaard By Dr. Garth Kemerling / 11.12.2011 Professor of Philosophy Capella University Philosophy Pages Kierkegaard: The Passionate Individual Life and Works Born to a prosperous Danish family and educated at Copenhagen, Søren Kierkegaard deliberately fostered his public reputation as a frivolous, witty conversationalist while suffering privately from severe melancholy and depression. In a series of (mostly pseudonymous) books,[…]

‘Topographic Memory’ and Landscape Photography

Bruce Lindsey, “Paradise Valley, MT. July 28, 2013.” Lindsey explores the inherent tensions of landscape photography. By Liam Otten / 09.27.2017 Senior News Director, Arts and Humanities Washington University in St. Louis Storm clouds gather above Rocky Mountain peaks, summer rains sweeping amber fields below. Skeletal trees overlook muddy flood waters, bark shining silver in[…]