How the Creation of Social Stratification Between Japanese and Black Americans in Los Angeles After World War II Played a Role in the “Model Minority” Ideology
Why is the use of tasers and stun guns so normalized among urban women? These weapons have been studied in the context of policing, but very little research has been dedicated to the individual use of tasers for self-defense.
To the plethora of objections "Salò" and "Lolita" multifaceted works of art have encountered, I add one more challenge: Is this artwork really that necessary?
I’m from white picket fences and white faces. / I’m from the stares of my neighbors. Some loving, some fake, some hostile, some come in terror.
The economic system that dominates the United States is dependent on one commodity: mass cheap labor.
Unlike factory or shipyard work, for which there was a masculine precedent prior to the Rosie the Riveter-era of feminism, there was no set computing culture prior to the beginning of the Cold War because the industry did not exist. What changed?
The development of modern data-collection technology enabled scientists, politicians, and historians alike to employ quantitative methods in historical analyses—and allowed them to purposely shape the Cold War narrative.
Balthus’s inclusion of cats in his paintings of young girls elevates the aesthetic quality of his portraiture by forcing observers to confront the nature of their gaze.