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Nov 20, 2017

If you met someone who expressed a high interest in the culture, language, civil structure, and societal behaviors of a historical period, say, the 16th century in northwestern Europe, you might identify them as a Elizabethan of Jacobean historian.

If someone else spent weeks on end portraying a historical role, actual...


Oct 20, 2017

There are (at present) 16 head categories and 56 subcategories recognized by the Apple iTunes podcast directory, and similar numbers for Google Play's library. Within them, there are virtually hundreds of thousands of podcasts to explore and listen to, nearly 30% of which continue to publish new content on a monthly or...


Sep 21, 2017

Whether you identify with Hermione, delving into the racks and dusty back corridors of the Hogwarts library to find the perfect tome, or Sam Tarley, sneaking into the Citadel archives to seek the ancient texts that may save Westeros, or perhaps Willow in the Sunnydale High School library, poring over stacks of...


Aug 8, 2017

Moon Girl and Devil DinosaurSome initial facts to chew on: population distribution by ethnicity puts caucasians at roughly 60% in the United States, and below 33% globally, according to census data and CIA factbooks between 2010 and the present. That means that by ethnic identification, 40% of Americans and 66% of the world recognizes itself as...


Jul 7, 2017

We’re all about appreciation and support on In Defense Of, but this time around, we’re taking that even further by defending the seemingly indefensible. In the age of nearly limitless varieties of entertainment surrounding us: broadcast, cable, streaming, and even equally popular self-produced content, there are...