Monthly Archives: July 2014

Missiles for Tunnels in Gaza: The Flattening of History

by Bert de Vries. “Those who turned Gaza into an internment camp for 1.8 million people should not be surprised when they tunnel underneath the earth. …” Amira Hass, “Reaping what we have sown in Gaza,” Ha’aretz, 20 July, 2014  … Continue reading

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A Historian Visits Scotland, Part 2

by Dan Miller. The first installment of my journal focused on the lovely countryside of Scotland. We also encountered lots of historic sites, and I will write a little bit about those here. In the isles of Orkney we saw a burial … Continue reading

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Reader Survey

Historical Horizons launched 6 months ago, and we are excited and encouraged by the progress we’ve made here. Many of the posts are continuations of discussions happening in classrooms or over coffee. Starting this blog has been a learning experience … Continue reading

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