Spring 2021 Issue

Spring 2021 Issue

The 1701 Project

The 1701 Project

Fugitive Slave Advertisements in the Antebellum South:
A Conversation with Dr. Shaun Wallace

Fugitive Slave Advertisements in the Antebellum South: A Conversation with Dr. Shaun Wallace

“I was the force of that.”: Florynce Kennedy’s Involvement in the Miss America Protests of 1968 in Atlantic City, New Jersey

“I was the force of that.”: Florynce Kennedy’s Involvement in the Miss America Protests of 1968 in Atlantic City, New Jersey

History of the Present: An Interview with Marci Shore

History of the Present: An Interview with Marci Shore

Evading the Map: The Power of Cartographic Ignorance at the White Earth and Red Lake Ojibwe Reservations

Evading the Map: The Power of Cartographic Ignorance at the White Earth and Red Lake Ojibwe Reservations

The Yale Historical Review

Cordelia: The Power of Language

By Freya Savla '22Edited by Katie Painter '23 and Rosemary Chen '24 Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of King Lear ends with a stark grimness that propels an unsparing conclusion, taking not only the audience, but also the characters of the play by surprise. The deaths of Gloucester, Edmund, Regan, the Fool, King Lear and Cordelia,...

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