history

Dunkirk: History Re-created for the Big Screen

Paper
Fernanda Delgado
09/11/2018
14 minutes to read

How much truth can we find in fictional representations of history? This paper explores the real and fictional elements in Chrsitopher Nolan's Dunkirk, and how they work together to immerse its audience in the historical event.

Book review "Darkness at noon"- Rubashov illustration

Why you should read "Darkness at noon" (Arthur Koestler)

Review
Nataliia Vdovychenko
12/02/2018
7 minutes to read

Certain kinds of literature cannot be forgotten. Darkness at noon is a must read for everyone who values high quality novels and wants to learn more about the Soviet Union, revolution and history in general.

Linguistic landscapes

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Robert F. Kennedy in 1964

The constructed history of Robert F. Kennedy

Paper
Stefan Voeten
14/09/2016
19 minutes to read

This essay examines Robert Kennedy's autobiographical Thirteen Days. Examined is how this book compares to history, how it works as a constructed narrative, and how the notion of autobiographical truth works in it.