Josh Hamburger–During the time of the res publica (republic), the Roman government took a noticeably ambivalent stance against murder that reflected their structure and the attitudes of the citizens. Instead of making murder a primary civil matter, they allowed for individuals to handle the majority of these incidents in a more private matter.
Clara Zou – Eighteenth century Paris is a place that cannot be described in a single phrase, painting, or idea. The City of Lights was the capital for people worldwide, not because of its history, but because of the life
“The Pews Are Empty Now”: The Evolution of Scottish Religion from Driving Force to Struggling Tradition
Kathryn Fuselier – The Church of Scotland is exactly as it sounds: a church that has shaped Scottish culture since its creation in 1560. Despite some discontent, the Church of Scotland has survived to this day, and it has remained
On October 28, 1969, West Germans heard their new Chancellor’s first address, and with it the beginnings of a new foreign policy: Ostpolitik. Radically reversing previous policies such as non-recognition of the GDR and the Hallstein Doctrine, Ostpolitik called for a normalization of diplomatic and economic ties with countries in the Eastern Bloc.
Emilio Contreras – In the past few centuries, the United States has been a hegemonic power in its hemisphere, exerting domestic control over its Latin American neighbors. Like many of its Latin American neighbors, the island of Cuba shared a