Winner of the Fall 2017 StMU History Media Award for Best Article in the Category of “Gender Studies” Best Overall Research For most of modern memory,
African and African American Studies
Moses “Fleet” Walker was born on October 7, 1857 in Mount Pleasant, Ohio. His parents were Reverend Moses W. Walker, M.D. and Caroline Maria Simpson.
In 1932, the United States Public Health Service (PHS) approved an unethically-conducted syphilis study that involved six hundred poor African-American men at Alabama’s Tuskegee Institute.
Picture a princess. What image comes to your mind? Something out of a Disney movie, right? Carriages, designer dresses, star-studded balls, and monumental weddings are
Winner of the Spring 2017 StMU History Media Awards for Article with the Best Introduction What is your vote worth to you? Is it worth the half-hour
Winner of the Spring 2017 StMU History Media Awards for Best Article in the Category of “People” On January 30, 1933, Adolf Hitler was appointed Chancellor of
Cowrie shells are the shells of small marine snails that are widely distributed in warm seas. Their texture is very smooth due to their glossy
The American Story is not an easy one to tell. As Americans, we have superb war stories, we have stories of major sporting events, and
Winner of ten Spring 2017 StMU History Media Awards for Best Descriptive Article Most Captivating & Engaging Article Best Use of Multiple Images Best Featured Image Best Article in
Bastet, also known as Bast, was an ancient Egyptian goddess who originally had the role of protecting the Pharaohs. The inhabitants of the lower Nile depicted Bastet as