Disclaimer: This post isn’t about dogs or bread.
Historians grow worse at making generalizations the further they educate themselves. The same applies to any expert, of course. 1,968 more words
I’ve spent the last couple of days in a fourteenth-century castle just outside Hildesheim, now the Kulturcampus of the university, at a colloquium organised by Roland Oetjen of Kiel to bring together ancient economic historians and economists with an interest in the ancient world. 2,156 more words
While feminist is the first way that I identify myself, historian has always been a close second. Since my journey into the major as an undergraduate, I fell into my discipline smoothly and felt that I was in the place that I belonged. 439 more words