Tag Archives: women’s rights

  1. In a Land of Queens: Daughters of Yemen

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    March 14, 2017 by katmcdaniel

    Presided over by Queens in ancient and medieval times, modern Yemen has been called the worst place to be female. …
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  2. Undercurrents of Sensuality and Aggression in Bram Stoker’s Dracula


    July 11, 2013 by katmcdaniel

    The most famous of vampires is Dracula. Why are we mesmerized by this character created more than a century ago? …
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  3. Painting the Face of the Arab Spring: Street Art of Tripoli, Beirut, and Cairo


    June 12, 2013 by katmcdaniel

    Art starts conversations and inspires thought that frightens tyrants. What is the future of art in a society in transition? …
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  4. Made for Flight: Alouette, the Femmebot


    May 31, 2013 by katmcdaniel

    Writers are encouraged to write about what they know. This has merit, but does it shortchange our imagination or compassion? …
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  5. Modifying Tradition: Tian-Ming Wu’s King of Masks

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    March 16, 2013 by katmcdaniel

    We all have beloved traditions. Sometimes the reason traditions fail to thrive is because we don’t allow them to change. …
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  6. Sing and Dance to End Violence Against Women: Break the Chain Video


    February 5, 2013 by katmcdaniel

    On February 14, 2013, people all around the globe will be coming together to dance, sing, and support ending violence …
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