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The Love Letters of Rebecca Primus and Addie Brown, 1854-1868

(Picture from Queering Critical Imagination in the Archive by Pamela VanHaitsma)

By Justine Carré Miller (@carrejustine)

When Rebecca Primus, a free-born African-American, left her native Connecticut and moved south to Maryland in 1865, she was one of the first two teachers sent by Hartford’s Freedom Society to teach freed African Americans. 932 more words

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“Public Disclosures of Private Realities: LGBTQ History and the Archive of Everyday Life”

(by Keeley Tulio)

On November 28th, Villanova’s Department of Gender and Women’s Studies hosted Visiting Assistant Professor Dr. Stephen Vider of Bryn Mawr College. Vider received his Ph.D. 1,047 more words

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January 18, 2019: Weekly Spatial Resolutions

Netflix’s ‘Space Force’ brings Steve Carell back to TV ‘Office’ comedy

Space Command naturally lends itself to this kind of satire. A lot of space operations require sitting at a desk with a few monitors around it (there are lots of reasons the Air Force is enviously called “Chair Force” by other services–these kind of jobs are one reason). 695 more words

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Why Men Fought

Why Men Fought. National Civil War Museum, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. UJMN Architects + Design, Exhibition Developer. Permanent Exhibit. Adults – $12, Students with ID – $10. 1,716 more words

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Histories of Democracy Pt 2 – Global Perspectives: Revolutions and Empires (Opening Statements)

(All photos from the Lepage Center for History in the Public Interest website)

On November 12, the Lepage Center for History in the Public Interest had the second part of its Histories of Democracy event, in Driscoll Hall Auditorium. 1,174 more words

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