Computers in English Class, Circa 1974
The Strange Politics of Gertrude Stein
The Dismal Swamp: One Road out of Slavery Took You Straight into the Boggiest Place You’ve Ever Been.
I keep thinking of what it must have taken to escape, and to a place like this no less. Who would have had the courage? A slave on the run—let’s call him Elijah—might have heard ba
A Lot of What Is Known about Pirates Is Not True, and a Lot of What Is True Is Not Known.
In 1701, in Middletown, New Jersey, Moses Butterworth languished in a jail, accused of piracy. Like many young men based in England or her colonies, he had joined a crew that sailed the Indian Oc
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