Tiffany’s glass mosaics can teach us a lot about stereotypes and nineteenth-century ideologies, particularly in the Marquette Buildings mosaic friezes.
Writer Margaret Mitchell was born on November 8th, 1900, at the beginning of a new century. Her novel Gone ...
Jane Addams, a leading Victorian-era reformer, believed dance halls were “one of the great pitfalls of the city.”
In nineteenth-century American women's magazines, Native American women were depicted as attractive, desirable, and pious.
Artist Glenn Ligon grounds his work in American history, addressing the inextricable link between history of slavery and the black experience in the U.S.
The integration of collegiate and professional sports parallels the civil rights movement, but in important ways it was a whole different track.
While the G.I. Bill itself was progressive, much of the country still functioned under both covert and blatant segregation.