Elizabeth Lunday has hosted 5 episodes.
Back in the dim and misty days of the early 1990s, when I was a freshman in college, I enrolled in a course called Honors Humanities. It was abbreviated in the course catalog as HHUM and therefore known by students as HoHum. It was a three-semester survey of Western Civilization that was taught by a team of faculty from the history, art history, religion, and literature departments.
I like to think I've come a long way since the dim and misty days of the early 1990s, but HoHum shaped my intellectual foundations. I've always appreciated its multidisciplinary approach to history. It taught me a key reality: nothing happens in isolation. Art is shaped by politics; science is shaped by literature. And so here I am today, with a blog that attempts the same strategy.
I'm a freelance writer and author with three books to my name. You can learn more about my work and find links to my books at my personal website, www.lunday.com.