Frank London Brown’s 1959 novel, which presents a powerful story of white supremacist hatred, has been selected for the Chicago Literary Hall of Fame.
In a famous essay, a scholar uncovered difficult truths about Alger, whose name has been associated with the "rags to riches" myth.
Casta paintings of the eighteenth century tried to show who was who in New Spain. But reality was much more complicated.
More and more states are choosing to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day instead of Columbus Day.
Instagram didn't invent photos of culinary masterpieces designed to inflame the appetite. Cookbooks have been at it for centuries.