Author Archives: Kathryn Bullock

Santeria in Children’s Books

Santeria and Palo Mayombe are Afro-Cuban religions that often invoke fear and panic in the people of North America. Because their practices are so different from those of Christianity and Judaism, they are viewed as evil. In Miami, Animal Recovery Mission, or ARM, investigators claim that these religions sacrifice animals inhumanly and leave them to […]

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Armenian Literature

The Armenians have endured thirteen tumultuous centuries comprised of invasions, migrations, and displacements that have forced them to loosen their grasp on Armenian culture. From the beginning of their existence, Armenians had to concoct different ways to create nationalism and preserve their culture from afar. As a result, Armenian language and literature have featured crucial elements of […]

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