There are many facets to the history of the English language that involve trade and cultural exchange, however there are three distinct recurring themes to the evolution of English: invasion, conquering (or colonizing), and incorporating.
Representation of the East or Eastern Bloc that was the Soviet Union in Western and American pop culture during and after the Cold War shaped American perception of life and the peoples under communism.
Dissemination of these Western notions of what Soviet life was like occurred through various types of wide-spread mediums.
One particular medium that influenced American thought on communism was comics.
The myth of Orpheus and Eurydice is one that tells a classic story of love, loss, and, transformation – three timeless themes that are continually shared throughout the universal human story and experience.
My colleague and I interviewed the producer KASTLE when we worked for a music organization in Washington, DC, but they never published our work.
At this point it’s too late to submit to any blog there. So, I decided to self-publish it as an archival piece.
March 4th, 2015-
Thankfully, there has been a lot of recent press and studies lately that have been highlighting this information and finally reaching the public.
One of the articles I’ve seen being shared recently on social media is one by Broadly/Vice (“Birth Control Can Make You Feel Terrible About Life, Study Finds.“). And it has helped reaffirm all of the symptoms from the months of hell I was put through.
Why are white, “open-minded,” “intellectuals” usually the gatekeepers to art house or auteur cinema?