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What is Afrofuturism? An English professor explains

Julian C. Chambliss, Michigan State University The new sci-fi musical “Neptune Frost,” set in a Rwandan village constructed with...

Whether in war-torn Ukraine, Laos or Spain, kids have felt compelled...

Paul Morrow, University of Dayton “They still draw pictures!” So wrote the editors of an influential...

As spiritualism’s popularity grows, photographer Shannon Taggart takes viewers inside the...

Beth Saunders, University of Maryland, Baltimore County The word séance conjures images of darkened rooms, entranced mediums, strange occurrences...

Art illuminates the beauty of science – and could inspire the...

Chris Curran, Northern Kentucky University Scientists have often invited the public to see what they see, using everything from...

How AI is hijacking art history

Sonja Drimmer, University of Massachusetts Amherst People tend to rejoice in the disclosure of a secret. Or, at the very least, media outlets have come...

How photography can build peace and justice in war-torn communities

Pamina Firchow, Brandeis University; Tiffany Fairey, King's College London, and Yvette Selim, University of Technology Sydney It’s not easy...

Polar bears have captivated artists’ imaginations for centuries, but what they’ve...

Anne Collins Goodyear, Bowdoin College Polar bears have long held visual artists in their thrall. Over time, the mythologies...

Why it’s important to see women as capable … of terrible...

Jessica Trisko Darden, American University School of International Service and Izabela Steflja, Tulane University Born in 1593, Italian painter Artemisia Gentileschi was the first woman...

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Why there are so many women managers, but so few women...

By Sharon C. Bolton, University of Stirling The number of women in paid employment has risen significantly over the past 40 years. In developed countries...