The problem with a 485 presentation and most presentations on long papers about a wide subject is that concentrating the information is very difficult. With the large amounts of information you become attached to certain parts of it and this […]
This is a work in progress Timeline using the timeline feature from Kightlab.
So I thought I would have a lot more done by now. I have been strategically reading some of the main books and the more interesting ones in the relevant sections that I am kinda figuring out. I think I […]
I usually don’t have many qualms about oral presentations if the group is small, but with larger groups I imagine myself being fine. If the group is large I freak out when I get to the moment. But overall if […]
I normally use JSTOR and Quest to do my research and then maybe google some books that I couldn’t find on Quest. Or if I find reviews then search those books or articles. I find Quest to be very challenging […]
Cohen in the third part of his book discusses the mythological aspect of the Boxer Rebellion and how this event has been perceived and written about as a mythology. One of the uses of the Boxers in mythology was by […]
Cohen p211-222 What myth is In regard to historiography What do mythologists do Using myth to distort history p212 Mythologization of the boxers Poems and Chinese literature Changed the history p217 Positive portrayal for propaganda Boosterism Public remembering p219 Perpetuate […]
I have always been interested in ancient history but this interest started broad with mythology and culture and writing but has been recently condensed to an interest in ancient military history. I am still interested in the culture and writing […]
Hello my name is Jack Hagn I am from Norfolk Virginia. This is a picture of the minor league stadium in Norfolk and I have lived there my entire life. I see a large part of who I am as […]
This is a blog for HIST 297! –Jack Hagn.