New York, NYUSA
Hometown: New York
June 29, 2014
Pretty much all, but especially the Roman era and Russian revolution,and the history of the British nomarchy focusing particularly on its ever-evolving relationship with Parliament.
No. Writing finance books for day jobs and a novel, but not a history book.
Can we apply data analysis to shed light on big questions in history? For example, can we build analytic models that might help us predict whether revolutions will occur, or whether those that occur may succeed? Might we be able to model the impact of environment versus the "big man" concept? Probably stuff to consider in my next life, when maybe I can become a history professor.
I'm not a history professor but a big part of me wishes I was one.