Footnotes are essays designed in particular for teachers and students and are often drawn from the lectures at our nationally recognized Butcher History Institute for Teachers.

The Korean Peninsula: Yesterday and Today

From Black Boots to Desert Boots: The All-Volunteer Army Experiment Continues

Quaker Philadelphia and the Development of Pluralism

The Geopolitics of the Sunni-Shi‘i Divide in the Middle East

The Three Versions of Al Qaeda: A Primer

How to Think About the Middle East Before the “Arab Spring” – and After

Poison Gas in World War I

The Greatest Captain of His Age: Remembering General Winfield Scott

The Way of the Soldier: Remembering General Creighton Abrams

“Let Us Have Peace”: Remembering General Ulysses S. Grant