In the 1620s, Plymouth Plantation had its own #MeToo moment

Carla Gardina Pestana, University of California, Los Angeles In the many celebrations, reflections and histories of Plymouth colony, the settlement’s gender dynamics often get short shrift. But not unlike today, men possessed…

Will there be a monument to the COVID-19 pandemic?

Emily Godbey, Iowa State University Editor’s Note: Dr. Emily Godbey is a professor of art and visual culture at Iowa State University. In this interview, she discusses how plague monuments were used…

How white became the color of suffrage

Einav Rabinovitch-Fox, Case Western Reserve University During her victory speech, Kamala Harris, the first woman to be elected vice president of the United States, paid tribute to women activists not only in…