Tag Archives: Women

A Trove on the Women’s Suffrage Struggle, Found in an Old Box

10 Apr

What Women Use: Cosmetics, Hygiene Products, and Medicines

30 Mar

Today’s post was written by Laney Stevenson, Archives Technician at the National Archives at College Park. In honor of Women’s History Month, I’ve gathered together some registered patent labels of… : What Women Use: Cosmetics, Hygiene Products, and Medicines | The Text Message

The Librarian of Congress and the Greatness of Humility

20 Feb

Dr. Carla Hayden, the first woman and the first person of color to hold the post of Librarian of Congress, is a quiet but fierce defender of creative freedom. Read Sarah Larson’s fine story on her here at the New Yorker: The Librarian of Congress and the Greatness of Humility – The New Yorker

Adventures in Parenting as a Historian: The American Girl Books

20 Dec

Historian Chris Gehrz clues us in to the American Girl dolls and books. Who knew? Not this white guy without children …: Adventures in Parenting as a Historian: The American Girl Books – Anxious Bench

What we can learn from a WWII-era Orthodox nun

4 Dec

She died resisting the Nazis. Her critique of Christians in society still resonates today. Amy Frykholm at The Christian Century explains the views of Maria Skobtsova that can help us see ourselves a bit more clearly: What we can learn from a WWII-era Orthodox nun | The Christian Century

Clinton and Nouwen: A Historian Considers Hillary Clinton’s Spiritual Stamina

17 Nov

Dordt College alumna and Calvin College historian Kristin Du Mez offers some reflections on Hillary Clinton’s religious faith in light of her election defeat. (Du Mez is working on a book about Clinton’s faith.) Read Du Mez’s piece here at The Anxious Bench: Hillary Clinton’s Spiritual Stamina

The Professor Wore a Hijab in Solidarity — Then Lost Her Job

14 Oct

When Larycia Hawkins, the first black woman to receive tenure at Wheaton College, made a symbolic gesture of support for Muslims, the evangelical college became divided over what intellectual freedom on its campus really meant. See what journalist Ruth Graham (a Wheaton graduate, but not related to Billy Graham) has found out about the aftermath of things for Hawkins and Wheaton here: The Professor Wore a Hijab in Solidarity — Then Lost Her Job – The New York Times

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