Modern History (1789-1914)

Academic Explanatory
Steven Hale

Outsiders in Frankenstein

Two hundred years after Frankenstein’s release, scholars and casual readers alike continue to study Mary Shelley’s most prominent work. On the surface, Frankenstein is simple horror:

Read More »
Descriptive Article
Clarissa Gonzalez

Yeon-Mi Park: Crossing To Freedom

“To me, Hyesan was home,” explained Yeon-Mi Park, a young North Korean defector.1 Hyesan, her home, had a power grid with no promise of continuously working,

Read More »
African and African American Studies
Ana Gonzalez

Death by Ivory

Standing at an average height of 11 ft. and weighing 6 tons, the African elephant is the largest mammal walking the Earth. As they migrate

Read More »
Descriptive Article
Max Lerma

China: Friend or Foe?

Since the end of Second World War, the United States has been the leading military and economic power not just in the Americas, but in

Read More »
Close Menu