Some of us have anxiety, René. Continue reading Who’s Afraid of René Descartes?
Where do Native Americans go when their land is stolen from them? Well, in 1969, Alcatraz. Continue reading When Native Americans Took Alcatraz
Whether viewers realized or not, “The Munsters” was an allegory for race in America. Continue reading The Munsters: When the Real Horror is Racism
It is vital that we emphasize that there is a place for Black women in history, in art, and in religion. Continue reading The Mysterious History of the Black Madonna
If you mapped every neural-pathway in my brain, would you know what it’s like to be me? Continue reading The Unknowability of Knowing: What Qualia Can Tell Us About the Arts
Most of the unpleasant tendencies we attribute to cats have historically been attributed to ill-behaved women: cold, heartless, deceitful, untrustworthy, scheming and self-sufficient. Continue reading On the Demonization of Women and Cats
Five years before Disco Demolition Night, Cleveland Indians fans invented the baseball riot. Continue reading Be Ready For Anything: The Legend of Ten Cent Beer Night
The story of the first person to tell the world about Watergate—and the Republican officials who conspired to stop her. Continue reading Martha Mitchell: Prisoner of the GOP