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Still Here and Annoyed About It

We as a species seem to have a perverse obsession with our own demise. We just went through the latest bout of speculation and apocolyptic frenzy, and I am assuming that if you are reading...

The Structure Behind Adam Smith

The works of Adam Smith touch upon various topics, and his magnum opi The Wealth of Nations and The Theory of Moral Sentiments, are important works in the realms of politics/commerce...

History as a Weapon: Japan & China

Stimulated Boredom contributing writer, J.D. Luedi, takes a look at the use of historical interpretation & national narratives by Japan & China, focusing on the Nanjing Massacre & competing national views.

Guest Write For The Show!

Now you have the ability to write and submit a blog for consideration on the website and have listeners and visitors from around the world read, comment on, share and respond to it by becoming a contributing writer for StimulatedBoredom.com!

“Politics of the Belly” in Africa

A short review of Jean-Francois Bayart's work on Africa - a theoretical discussion attempting to propose a new intellectual paradigm concerning the socio-political currents which define sub-Saharan...

The Merits of Solitude: A Stream of Consciousness

In his most recent submission to the Stimulated Boredom website, contributing writer - J.D. Luedi - waxes poetic on the topic of Philosophy.

Geek Lunch

In this special mid-week show, I wanted to provide some much deserved exposure to the first-ever podcast from the talented ladies at Girls-Gone-Geek.com. Listeners of Stimulated Boredom are undoubtedly familiar with the...

The Invisible Hand and the Fairer Sex: Women and Globalization

During the last half of the 20th century and the first decade of the 21st, the world has borne witness to a period of rapid industrial growth and production, transnational...

Comics You Should Be Reading: Summer 2013 Edition

In this Stimulated Boredom guest post, Vanessa Gabriel of Girls-Gone-Geek.com provides her picks for the comic books that you should be reading this Summer.

Movie Review | X-Men: First Class

E. Peterman - of Girls-Gone-Geek.com - brings her substantial expertise and knowledge of all things comics to her impressions and review of the movie, "X-Men: First Class."

The Making of Red China: A Historiographical Analysis of the Chinese...

Throughout history civil war has been a catalyst for radical upheavals and major paradigm shifts in many societies. Civil wars are often the physical manifestations of...

‘Tis the Season…for Mass Manipulation: A Psychological History of Consumerism

Once again we find ourselves in the midst of another frenzied shopping season. Black Friday saw hordes of...

Movie Review: The Avengers

Writer-director Joss Whedon swung for the fences, and the result is a consistently fun, exciting action movie that makes the most of a strong cast. The Avengers doesn't just throw a bunch of comic book characters onto the screen and...

The Promised Land: The Role of Religion in the Creation and...

Historically religion has been one of the defining characteristics of human society, one which...

America: Inspired by Sanity – Founded on Contemporary Issues…

In the spirit of John Stewart and his Rally to Restore Sanity, listener & contributor J.D. Luedi writes about the founding of America and its prevailing principles of reason.

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