History is walking back through time, listening to its better minds.
Authors of Crisis in the Humanities, Finn, Ravitcher, and Fancher declare that “without the values and ethics . . . wisdom and knowledge . . . insight and context, the shared understanding and communications embodied in the humanities, we are becoming a society that loses its balance.”
I started Unraveling History Critique because I love researching history and writing about history, particularly war history and the home front surrounding those wars. If writers learn to write accurately about the past, then they will produce novels and literature that will rivet readers who will return again and again.