How Did ‘Star Wars’ Mine History? [Headlines]

How Did ‘Star Wars’ Mine History? [Headlines]
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Pace professor Nancy Reagan and Laurentian University associate professor Janice Liedl work together to publish a book that looks at how the history of "Star Wars" parallels real world history.

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  • 5 july 2011

The events in “Star Wars,” the opening credits reveal, happened “a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.” But did similar events happen before? That is the question posed by “Star Wars and History,” a book planned for 2013 by the publisher John Wiley & Sons. In an e-mail posted in June, Nancy Reagin, a history professor at Pace University, and Janice Liedl, an associate professor of history at Laurentian University in Ontario, asked their peers to submit essays that explore the parallels between world history and Star Wars history. NYTimes

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