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Sandoz Writing (Righting) History
Mari Sandoz’s dedication to her research topics, personality, candor, and work ethic allowed her an intimate place alongside those she chose to write about. This yielded a moving written product. In the same way that Sandoz ...
Yemen Mobility: Utilizing a Longue Durée and Oral History Approach to Understand Yemeni-American Migration
Social historians tend to study Yemen migration through the lens of western capitalism. In so doing, they focus on modern events that shaped the movement of Yemenis out of south Arabia and dismiss the elements of mobility ...
"Something at Least Human": Transatlantic (Re)Presentations of Creole Women in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture
Throughout the nineteenth century, Creole women were consistently idealized, exoticized, and demonized in literature and culture on both sides of the Atlantic. While the term Creole is still hotly contested even today, ...