art history, history

Women’s History Month: Miné Okubo

I came to the realization recently that all of my historical profiles have been of white women, so for the month of March, in honor of Women's History Month, I'll be profiling women of diverse backgrounds. Obviously, I can't touch on every possible nationality or marginalization in the time I have, but I will be… Continue reading Women’s History Month: Miné Okubo

history

What’s Old is Now New Again

Warning: This post is about to get political. I spent the 4th of July watching WWII movies. The world had become a terrifying place. In the last two years we have seen so many awful changes in the US. There's more violence. People struggle to make ends meet as industries not supported by the current… Continue reading What’s Old is Now New Again

books, Uncategorized

Book Review: The Monuments Men

Author: Robert M. Edsel Genre: Nonfiction Subgenre: Military history ( WWII), Art History Page Count: About 500-650 pages, depending on the edition. This is a difficult review for me to write. Not because this book is bad, but because it is so good that I'm not sure anything that I write here will be able… Continue reading Book Review: The Monuments Men