Like the other Celtic languages on the British Isles, the Cornish language–otherwise known as Kernowek–had experienced a slow decline with the encroachment of the English language. Although… Read more “The Last Fluent Speaker Of Cornish | Sanestos Series”
“I have spent much of my time away, but I have always held on to my Manx” – Ned Maddrell
He preserved the art of storytelling in Irish Gaelic.
During the reign of King Henry VII, he declared war against the Scots. In order to fuel his war effort, he needed as much money has he… Read more “The Cornish Leaders Of A Peasant Uprising | Sanestos Series”
To cure ignorance of this understudied field is to clarifyingly analyze this complex part of colonial history.
This may be among the first essay compilation in the Quintillion Ink-Strokes series. Plot It progresses from essays discussing Caribbean history to discussing Caribbean literature. This is an… Read more “Caribbean Irish Connections: Interdisciplinary Perspectives | EL Literature Review”
Since name discrimination is based upon the assumptions made by recruiters and interviewers about potential employees’ names being based off their characters, it should be noted that… Read more “What Employers And Recruiters Need To Understand About Name Intentionality”