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”
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.
Like a package you’ve been tracking finally arriving on your doorstep, the Wheel of Time has turned ‘round to Teaser Tuesday.
Hello there! It’s good to see you this morning. The coffee just finished brewing; won’t you sit for a spell?
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 🙂
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”