Category Archives: Film, Philosophy, Political Considerations

The History of History Podcasts: A List

I have, over the last five or six years, spent a tremendous amount of time listening to podcasts. Many hundreds of hours. I like to be entertained while I’m cooking, driving, rowing, skiing… if I can listen to a story … Continue reading

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Considering the film “Land of Mine” at Sundance 2016.

My Sunday’s Sundance film in Salt Lake City was not well attended, due I surmise to the powder day being had by anyone on the ski slopes at the time of day. Those who were in attendance at Rose Wagner … Continue reading

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Considering the Sundance Film, Settlers

Here’s a thought that I’ve never had before, and I’m wondering if historians have ventured into the territory: we cannot psychologically distinguish between Hitler, exterminator-of-millions, and Hitler, political force. But there’s a benefit to reading Hitler’s politics, including his seizure … Continue reading

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