The Origins and Outbreak of World War I

Public Domain How did World War One break out? Professor David Stevenson closely examines the three stages that led to war being declared between Austria-Hungary, Serbia, Germany, Russia, France, and Britain. By Dr. David Stevenson / 01.29.2014 Stevenson Professor of International History The London School of Economics and Political Science In July-August 1914 an international[…]

Healing Ways: The Voices of Native Americans

Blessing from the Medicine Man, Howard Terpning®, 2011 / The Greenwich Workshop, Inc. Native American concepts of health and wellness have sustained diverse peoples since ancient times. Edited by Matthew A. McIntosh / 08.04.2018 Historian Brewminate Editor-in-Chief Medicine Ways: Traditional Healers and Healing Introduction Many traditional healers say that most of the healing is done by[…]

Athens: Hellenistic Hegemony

The Erechtheum, western side, Acropolis, Athens, Greece / Photo by Jebulon, Wikimedia Commons Athens attained its Golden Age under Pericles in the 5th century BCE, and flourished culturally as the hegemonic power of the Hellenic world. Edited by Matthew A. McIntosh / 08.04.2018 Historian Brewminate Editor-in-Chief Emergence and Growth The Rise of Athens (508-448 BCE) In 514[…]

Ancient Sparta: Militaristic Culture and Unequaled Women’s Rights

Spartan ruins / Photo by Ronny Siegel, Wikimedia Commons Spartan women enjoyed status, power, and respect that was unequaled in the rest of the classical world. Edited by Matthew A. McIntosh / 08.04.2018 Historian Brewminate Editor-in-Chief Emergence and Growth Introduction Sparta, known for its militaristic culture and unequaled women’s rights, was a dominant military power[…]