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The Rebel and the Reformer

Exploring the different approaches – and different personalities – of birth control advocates Margaret Sanger and Mary Ware Dennett

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16 Nov 2018

Honoring Armistice Day with Forgotten Voices of World War I

Women poets reveal intimate perspectives on the scope of devastation during the Great War

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09 Nov 2018

Fashion Faux Pas at the 1965 Melbourne Cup

Remembering when “It Girl” Jean Shrimpton’s raised hemline raised eyebrows at the Australian horse race

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05 Nov 2018

What’s Love Got to Do with the Balfour Declaration?

How the British prime minister’s affair may have set Middle Eastern turmoil in motion during World War I

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02 Nov 2018

“Night of the Living Dead”: 50 Years of Horror & History

Is one of most influential horror films ever a work of violence porn – or genius social allegory?

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31 Oct 2018

3 Things We Admire Most About Physicist Donna Strickland

Plus, what full-text dissertations from this year’s Nobel Prize winners can you find from ProQuest?

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25 Oct 2018

The Puerto Rican Harlem Renaissance

Counterculture, commodification and inclusivity in the evolution of the Nuyorican arts movement

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12 Oct 2018

Students Take a Stand by Sitting Out Anthem

Contemporary protests reflect the legacy of the 1968 Olympic anthem protest for Black freedom

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12 Oct 2018

Coming Out in India

After decades of an increasingly courageous human rights movement, gay sex is no longer a crime in India. But can society adapt to the law?

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12 Oct 2018

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