Color, like line, shape, texture, and the other elements of art and design, communicates meaning and creates visually compelling experiences. Here's how.
An exploration of creativity, ingenuity, and resilience using the American Prison Newspapers collection and JSTOR. The second curriculum guide in this series.
When you think you understand an image, ask yourself what contextual information might be missing.
The value placed on literacy has changed over time, shifting from a nineteenth-century moral imperative to a twentieth-century production necessity.
How did the campaign behind the Partnership for a Drug Free America’s iconic commercials develop, and why were its products so memorable?
Better known by the pen name Mourning Dove, Quintasket was a leader and activist who used her position as a public intellectual to fight for Colville rights.
This all-girls boarding school in England produced a generation of accomplished female writers in the eighteenth century.
The study of Melville’s novel is enhanced by contextualizing it with primary and secondary sources related to the American sperm whaling industry.
Children who are oldest in their class—those born in early autumn—enjoy both a physical and an academic advantage.
Stories from JSTOR Daily about education, libraries, learning, and student life.