Midterm Election in the Classroom

This past week North Carolina voted on six amendments to our state constitution. Of course I used it as a teaching opportunity. Continue reading “Midterm Election in the Classroom”

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Believe Me: The Evangelical Road to Donald Trump (Review)

Last week I teased a forthcoming book from historian John Fea – Believe Me, The Evangelical Road to Donald Trump. This week, I offer my review.

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Teaser Tuesday: Believe Me

Like a package you’ve been tracking finally arriving on your doorstep, the Wheel of Time has turned ‘round to Teaser Tuesday.

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Saturday Morning Coffee

Hello there! It’s good to see you this morning. The coffee just finished brewing; won’t you sit for a spell?

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Prepping for the March for History

The recent marches for science have historians across academic fields wondering if we should hold a March for History. Of course, the discussion has already become, “Well, shouldn’t it be a March for Humanities?” Which, I’m fine with. This is what happens when historians try to plan anything.

Be that as it may, my signs are ready:

I designed them with a white background, so keep that in mind 🙂

Citations Needed poster


Humanities are here to stay poster

Another Post in which My Jokes Fail

Yesterday I tried a science-based political pun/joke. It did not go well. Here it is for you to “enjoy”: Continue reading “Another Post in which My Jokes Fail”

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