Impact of Technology on the Way People Celebrate Christmas

Introduction The world has witnessed a continued transformation in the way Christians across the globe celebrate Christmas. While many factors have contributed to the change in the trend of celebrating this popular festival, the influence of technology is worth mentioning. The gap that once existed due to distance and time differences has been overcome thanks […]

Mechanical Solidarity in Eating Christmas in the Kalahari

1. As of today, the suggestion that human societies can be categorized as primitive, on the one hand, and advanced, on the other, is considered politically incorrect. This, however, does not undermine the suggestion’s factual appropriateness, as the considerations of political correctness do not affect the actual state of affairs, in this respect. In my […]

A manmade Christmas tree

The first unconventional form of art I have selected for my presentation is a manmade Christmas tree made of used CDs (image 7 in the list of top ten crazy Christmas trees). It was designed by an artist Tom Deininger and displayed at the Chelsea Market in NYC in 2010. I must admit that the […]

Analyzing the Washington Cathedral Classical Music Christmas Concert at the Washington National Cathedral

The Washington Cathedral Classical Music Christmas Concert discussed in this paper witnessed the performance of a number of pieces, including Handel’s “Messiah”, John Francis Wade’s “O come o ye faithful”, Philip Brooks’ “Little town of Bethlehem”, and Franz Xaver’s “Silent Night”, as performed by the Washington National Cathedral Choir together with the Baroque Orchestra. Conducted […]