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The Bulliet Files: Part II

The second installment of Bwog’s ongoing documentation of Professor Richard Bulliet’s best lecture quips is here! Below, the venerable Middle East history don’s most amusing offhand remarks from the second half of this semester’s trial run of Islamo-Christian Civilization. The first part can be found here. On course requirements: “For the record, no one in this class […]

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The Bulliet Files

UPDATE 01/03 at 6:00PM: Bwog regrets that it accidentally misquoted Professor Bulliet by confusing Muslim and Jewish regulations concerning pigs. The correction has been made, and we note that, as Prof. Bulliet put it, neither religion includes ritual pig-kissing. Professor, thank you for reading Bwog. We love you. His lectures might include elaborate graphs one […]

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