The First Time Women Marched On Washington

Women suffragists marching on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C., March 3, 1913 Demanding the right to vote under Wilson. By Dr. Kimberly A. Hamlin / 01.18.2017 Associate Professor of History and Global and Intercultural Studies Miami University Ohio On March 3, 1913, the day before President-elect Woodrow Wilson’s inauguration, more than 5,000 women—young and old,[…]

Julius Caesar: Imperial Ambitions and the End of the Republic

The assassination of Julius Caesar, painted by William Holmes Sullivan, c. 1888 / Wikimedia Commons Dissatisfied Republicans rebelled, but the empire was born. 03.23.2018 Gaius Julius Caesar (13 July 100 BC – 15 March 44 BC) was a great statesman who changed history and left a great legacy. He was descended from the ancient and[…]

Ancient Economic Thought

Mysia Islands off Troas, Tenedos. Circa 100-70 BC. Tetradrachm (Silver, 16.27 g 12). / Photo by Exekias, Wikimedia Commons The earliest discussions of economics date back to ancient times, such as Chanakya’s Arthashastra or Xenophon’s Oeconomicus Edited by Matthew A. McIntosh / 08.19.2018 Historian Brewminate Editor-in-Chief Introduction In the history of economic thought, early economic[…]

Ancient Human Activity and the Necessary Conditions for Indirect Exchange

The historical emergence and use of money is an important question. By Dr. Alexander W. Salter / 12.07.2017 Comparative Economics Research Fellow Assistant Professor of Economics Texas Tech University The historical emergence and use of money is an important question. It is important in its own right as academic history and because it highlights the[…]