Posts By: dmcbride

A Different View Of Michelangelo

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Hum:2230-Renaissance and Baroque Introduction:  This is a look a Michelangelo from a different angle.  Michelangelo lived in changing times and his art and writings reflect those changes.  This lesson plan deals with his life in Rome after he moved there from Florence in 1534.  The Protestant Movement had been underway for some years and the […]

The 50 Best Humanities Blog

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This is a good blog for any humanities teacher interested in a wide variety of subjects from medicine to the typical art magazine.  I liked this blog because if a student or a teacher needed to find articles on artists or movement from long ago or for more recent dates this is a good start.  […]

Humanities for Everyone

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The Humanities Matter– Great for showing the importance of the humanities in everyone’s life. This is a good over view of how the humanities can enhance not only your daily life but also your professional life.  This is also great for justifying the humanities to anyone who might see little value in offering humanities classes […]

War of the Gozillas

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Which of the beasts roars louder?     New Yorker Review  Godzilla 2014  1956 Movie Review This starts with a movie review by the critic from The new Yorker Magazine discussing Godzilla from the 1956 version to the most recent remake.  A point here is what underlies the movies.  In 1956 we feared the BOMB and […]