George Eliot’s Fraught Feminism

By Jessica Cook Novelist George Eliot is arguably the…

Telling a Historian’s Story

By Kathleen Sheldon When I lived in Beira, Mozambique, for…

Oral History and Social Justice

By Shreya Ramineni Despite their public availability, oral…

Living with a Chemical Illness at UCLA

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By Grace Stevenson Have you ever felt nauseous after someone…
An image of pipes and smokestacks stretching up into a blue sky from a large field of grass.

The Burdens of Chemical Toxicity for Children and Women

By Megan LeGresley A couple of months ago, my mom forwarded…

Oral History as Tool of Social Justice: Challenging the Status Quo

By Christine Tran At an early age, I learned to perceive history…