Arts News: New Book Traces Architectural History of KCAI
Architectural historian Cydney Millstein agreed to write what would become “The Kansas City Art Institute: Architecture & Innovation 1885-2020” not knowing what she’d uncover in the necessary research.
Online Linda Hall Library Exhibit Features Topical New Acquisitions
Lynn M. Osen’s “The Feminine Math-tique,” written in 1971, challenged yet another myth — the feminine math-tique — which encourages the notion that to enjoy mathematics is at variance with one’s womanhood.
On the Passing of Literary Men and the Making of Biographies
I was nearly three years into my project to write about the life and work of Evan S. Connell when I made another attempt to locate a potentially good source. I couldn’t find him the first time. I didn’t think he’d still be around, but surely he’d left his papers somewhere, and maybe those would include some letters from Connell.