How have workers around the world sought to change their conditions, and how have racial divisions affected their efforts?
Rebecca Harding Davis had no firsthand experience of iron mills. Neither does her nameless narrator.
Woodman's imagery engaged with architectural and natural landscapes that were themselves in a state of change and decay.
This non-exhaustive list of readings in African American Studies highlights the vibrant history of the discipline and introduces the field.
A 1927 study by famed efficiency expert Lillian Moller Gilbreth revealed how American women dealt with menstruation -- and how they wished they could.