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Steven Isaac publishes article on 1214 Battle of Bouvines
Steven Isaac has published an article in The Journal of Military History 79 (April 2015) titled "The Role of Towns in the Battle of Bouvines (1214)."  Bouvines has long been recognized as "the battle that made France," but this article looks at the social dynamics leading up to the day of actual fighting. The article ... Continue reading →
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I Propose...
Over the semester, I have been researching ideas to help fund the Boys and Girls Club of the Blue Ridge area. Attached is my plan of action to continue such a vital organization in my area. 
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This past Saturday the Boys and Girls Club worked with Comcast to earn money. The event was called "Comcast Cares". The company donated money and supplies to each site for the organization to work on projects of different nature. For every volunteer, the club received a donation from Comcast. We had a great turnout over ... Continue reading →
Post #12: Renaissance vs. Enlightenment
Some similarity between Locke's and Bacon's was the idea of discovering truth. They both were concerned with the universal ideas that all individuals had amid their separate times. Both scholars were likewise concerned with how words could change thoughts from straightforward truths into complex thoughts that are hazy. Bacon concentrated on talk so as to ... Continue reading →
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