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This Weeks Discussion Theme: Consume History
As the saying goes “you can't know where you are going unless you know where you came from”. This weekly is on history. In this weekly we will consume history by sharing our favorite historical periods and discussing them. Feel free to bring up specific events, decades, or centuries that are interesting to study. Or even focus your discussion on different types of history like social, cultural, political etc.. Expectedly many of you will be well studied on the history between 1939 and 1945. So as a challenge to you try to cover an area of history that you think others might not be familiar with.
- What’s your favorite area of history to study? E.g., Contemporary, Modern Era, Early Modern, Middle Ages, Classical, etc..
- Share a world impacting event that others might not be familiar with.
- What are your favorite ways to study history? E.g., Wikipedia / searching online, class, documentaries, books.
NOTE: Just want to make something clear. If WWII is your favorite historical topic do feel free to bring it up. Just please put some effort in the aspect you are covering. Think about something you’ve studied that you would like to share that others might not be aware of to encourage the them to also study it. Try to do this for any historical topic you wish to cover.
Let’s get some great discussions going!