Monthly Archives: February 2023

Archaeologists Discover a Sumerian Tavern

Archaeologists working in Iraq have discovered the remains of a Sumerian tavern in the ruins of the city of Lagash. “Archaeologists found a seven-room structure featuring an open courtyard with benches and a large open cooking area with a 10-foot-wide … Continue reading

Posted in Ancient History, Cultural History, Food and Cuisine History, History of the Western World, Material Culture, Urban History, World History | Leave a comment

Zemmour contre l’histoire Review

I was conducting research in Marseille during the 2022 French Presidential Elections and observed the campaign of far-right politician √Čric Zemmour closely. I have published a book review related to Zemmour’s campaign in Modern and Contemporary France: “The stunning growth … Continue reading

Posted in Contemporary France, European History, European Studies, European Union, French History, French Revolution and Napoleon, French Wars of Religion, Historiography and Social Theory, History in the Media, Political Culture, Public History | Leave a comment

Position in Holocaust and Genocide Studies

The U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY, is seeking an Assistant Professor in Holocaust, Genocide, Atrocity, Human Rights Studies. The job description indicates: “Applicants will be evaluated on the following: 1) Academic accomplishment (Ph.D. in History to include demonstrated accomplishments … Continue reading

Posted in Atrocities, Civilians and Refugees in War, Genocides, History of Violence, Human Rights, Religious Violence, War, Culture, and Society | Leave a comment