A College-level textbook for world history. Published by Oxford University Press (2014) This is a book that rethinks global history in provocative ways. It asks big questions and provides big answers. Professor Guido Ruggiero, University of Miami. The Thinking [...]
Published in by indie literary magazine 34th Parallel Magazine
The man who finds his homeland sweet is still a tender beginner.
Ah! The misery of harbors and the names they conjure when you are going nowhere.
What was Alexandria? The gem of the ancient world; the Hellenic ideal of scholarship; birthplace of Neo Platonism; home of the scribes of the Septuagint—the Greek translation of the Old Testament; scene of Cleopatra’s demise. Gobbledygook, in other words, [...]
A fan of writing in all its forms. Adrian’s credits include: M.A. in Middle Eastern Studies from Harvard University, Managing Editor of the Middle East Journal, travel essays, short stories and nonfiction essays. His publications have appeared in the North American Review, 34th Parallel, Travelers’ Tales Best Travel Writing, and the Solas Travel Writing Awards.
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