Quick Guide: Medieval European Queens

One of the classes I took during my Winter Quarter was a European Queens class taught by Professor Nancy McLoughlin. She organized the class by ways the queens were viewed in their own era. What I am doing here is copying the surface of her lesson plan and her interpretation of Medieval European Queens. I…

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Art History: Statues from the B.C.E.s – Part 1 (Paleolithic, Neolithic & Mesopotamia)

One of the classes I'm taking this quarter is about Ancient World History. Pretty much everything is already familiar to me because I took AP World History and AP Art History my sophomore year of high school, so this era is cemented into my brain. I also love ancient history the best (along with US…

HC Reflection

There were things I wish I could have controlled. But I also cannot imagine things going any other way. There were openings that are now closing, but it's a good thing that I am used to that already. But I think the numbing this time will not last long, because a new beginning is fast…

Art History: Cupid, Make them fall in Love

No one ever plans to fall in love with a specific person. It just happens randomly. It sneaks up on you. And when it does hit, you feel elevated and energized. Who understands love? It’s unpredictable. Cupid is the personification of all these states that make up the predicament of being in love and having…