The real and supposed resemblances between humans and non-human primates shaped American conversations about race and society.
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.”