The vibrant culture of the Ming Dynasty provoked advances in Traditional Chinese Medicine as different approaches competed for influence.
Archives for May 2014
The excavation of a riverbank in the heart of Roman London has revealed a stunning array of finds which shed new light on the history of the city.
Walt Whitman’s poem “This Compost” epitomizes death and rebirth through startling natural imagery and the narrator’s self-reflection.
Maya Angelou’s personal experiences fueled early frustrated violence and later resulted in rich, celebrated poetry and prose.
Iris Murdoch asks us to reconsider the idea of a personal God, transforming religion into philosophy, based on humankind’s innate penchant for goodness.