Monthly Archives: July 2016

Union vs. Disunion

From what has been said at the Republican and Democrat Conventions, one can infer that the binaries “union vs. disunion” and “inclusion vs. exclusion” are starting to play a major role in each’s party narrative for this 2016 presidential election.

Union vs. Disunion

From what has been said at the Republican and Democrat Conventions, one can infer that the binaries “union vs. disunion” and “inclusion vs. exclusion” are starting to play a major role in each’s party narrative for this 2016 presidential election.

American Fragmentation and the 2016 Presidential Election

As the Republican and Democratic Conventions were taking place one could flip from CNN or MSNBC to FOX and realize in a minute that there is nothing that can bridge the ideological divide within the nation. Absolutely nothing. It’s troubling.

American Fragmentation and the 2016 Presidential Election

As the Republican and Democratic Conventions were taking place one could flip from CNN or MSNBC to FOX and realize in a minute that there is nothing that can bridge the ideological divide within the nation. Absolutely nothing. It’s troubling.

América en pedazos

La portada del Daily News neoyorkino del pasado sábado 9 de julio presentaba la imagen de una bandera estadounidense deshilachada con un titular debajo que rezaba: “América por los suelos”, o “América en pedazos” (“America in Tatters”).     Esa

América en pedazos

La portada del Daily News neoyorkino del pasado sábado 9 de julio presentaba la imagen de una bandera estadounidense deshilachada con un titular debajo que rezaba: “América por los suelos”, o “América en pedazos” (“America in Tatters”).     Esa

“From Homer to ISIS”: Talk at the 2016 ISCSC Conference

I had the opportunity to present a paper last week at the 2016 International Society for the Comparative Study of Civilizations Conference, held at Monmouth University (New Jersey). My presentation explores the classical foundation of Western identity through the light

“From Homer to ISIS”: Talk at the 2016 ISCSC Conference

I had the opportunity to present a paper last week at the 2016 International Society for the Comparative Study of Civilizations Conference, held at Monmouth University (New Jersey). My presentation explores the classical foundation of Western identity through the light