September 2022 Friday’s e-links: Recommending a New TV Series

Continuing with our September e-links, I recommend the Ken Burns series on the Holocaust because of its historic and current significance.

September 2022 Friday’s e-links: Some Very Interesting Recent Russian History

Continuing with our September e-links, I wanted to recommend a recent Russian history book that, rather than a slog, is really a good read.

September 2022 Friday’s e-links: A European Think Tank

For our September e-links, we continue with a suggestion for reading and hearing more about Europe from a think tank with plenty of insight.

September 2022 Friday’s e-links: One of My Favorite Books

In the first of September’s e-links, I recommend a good “read” and a good “listen” through a “A Gentleman in Moscow” and author interview.

August 2022 Friday’s e-links: A Clever Website

Continuing with our August e-links, I recommend a website I’ve been visiting regularly because of its attractive graphics and analysis.

August 2022 Friday’s e-links: How Globalization Is Unraveling

As we continue with our August e-links, our focus this week is a look at why and how globalization is unraveling.

August 2022 Friday’s e-links: A Movie to Make You Laugh

As we continue with our August e-links, our focus is the pleasant diversions we need during August before the school years begins.

July 2022 Friday’s e-links: A Film Recommendation

Continuing our July e-links, I wanted to recommend a very pleasant 90 minutes with Annette Bening and Bryan Cranston in a new film.

July 2022 Friday’s e-links: Looking Across the Ocean

Continuing with our July e-links, I wanted to share an article with maps that show the places we would see by looking across the sea.

July 2022 Friday’s e-links: College Ranking Questions

Our July 2022 e-links continue with the RH (Revisionist History) podcast on the folly and history of college ranking reports.