And it's unlikely to be the last. One scholar looks at the factors that contributed to the increase in childlessness at the turn of the twentieth century.
Ch'arki is made in the high-altitude Andes by alternately drying the meat in the hot sun and freezing it during the cold nights.
Southern legal codes included parallel language pairing “master and slave” and “husband and wife.”
For centuries, people thought nothing of crowding family members or friends into the same bed.
From colonial times to the nineteenth century, Thanksgiving was very different from the holiday we know now.
Jazz, King declared, was the ability to take the “hardest realities of life and put them into music, only to come out with some new hope or sense of triumph.”
Wilde's description is heart-wrenching, but that doesn't hold him back from the usual wit and drama that characterize his writing.
Europeans were eager to absorb the starches and flavors pioneered by the indigenous peoples of the Western Hemisphere.
“Trapping was not a ‘business for profit’ among the Dakota but primarily a social exchange,” one scholar writes.
In nineteenth century America, young women took to studying botany—a conjoining of interest, social acceptance, and readily available schooling.