Much of the American West is naturally arid. Despite this, the region is home to tens of millions of people. In my paper “Water Reclamation in the American West from 1900 to 1940,” written for my Art and Craft of Innovative History
Kyle’s capstone project, titled “The Humble Iron Painter: Literati Representations of Tang Peng and Tiehua in Qing-Era China,” at McDaniel College built upon his earlier research on Chinese iron painting, known as tiehua. Taking a new perspective, he looked the cultural and
Hangzhou is one of China’s great metropolises, harboring 9.2 million citizens and a rich cultural history. Located in Zhejiang Province, just south of Shanghai and at the end of the Grand Canal, the city has served as China’s capital at several points
Night again overtook Westminster, Maryland on Sept. 25, 2015. As the chillier weather of fall began to take over, a fitting annual city tradition, Fall Fest, began its first night of festivities.
For my media ethics course during the fall 2015 semester I completed a case study as part of a final project for the class. My analysis is as follows: