Meet Elizabeth Bangs Bryant, A Victorian-Era Spider-Woman Being Celebrated At Harvard
"Women of the Museum: Behind-the-Scenes at the Museum of Comparative Zoology" pieces together the story of Bryant and the contributions of other forgotten women.
At Women’s Lunch Place, Collaged Mother’s Day Cards Offer Hope, And Support
This year’s card has been designed by 86-year-old Darcy De Souza, who found a new calling while participating in the shelter’s art program.
Hero Or Killer? Statues Of A Colonial Woman Face A Reckoning
Hannah Duston was a 17th-century English colonist who is believed to have killed 10 Abenaki, 6 of them children, in order to escape captivity during King William’s War.
In A Chaotic Year, Jazz Pianist Yoko Miwa Found Solace By Making A New Album
On "Songs of Joy," Miwa channels her feelings about the surreal and sometimes scary state of the pandemic while also...
Spy Novel 'Hold Fast' Is A Ripping Napoleonic War Adventure
Debut novelist J. H. Gelernter’s book leans heavily on its influences but nevertheless manages to chart its own course to...
In Dramatic Comedy 'Limbo,' Refugees Are Allowed To Be Idiosyncratic Individuals
"Most movies concerning refugees depict them as faceless, huddled masses defined by their suffering," writes film critic Sean Burns. But...