#BreakTheInternet Meets Scholarly Research! Female Figures from Ancient Times were Already Engaging in #BreakTheInternet Displays

#BreakTheInternet Meets Scholarly Research! Female figures were already engaging in #BreakTheInternet displays in ancient times. Here is just one example from chapter 4 ("The Power of the Vulva") in Sacred Display: Divine and Magical Female Figures of Eurasia by Miriam Robbins Dexter (UCLA) and Victor H. Mair (University of Pennsylvania):  "Anasyrma is literally “the exposing of… Continue reading #BreakTheInternet Meets Scholarly Research! Female Figures from Ancient Times were Already Engaging in #BreakTheInternet Displays

Halloween Highlight: Sexual Crimes in the Early Modern Witch Hunts

Happy Halloween! In the spirit of All Hallows Eve, Cambria Press is highlighting Sexing Political Culture in the History of France because of this fascinating chapter "Sexual Crimes in the Early Modern Witch Hunts." According to Maryse Simon (University of Strasbourg), "the witch hunt was an essential element in early modern European politics, setting the… Continue reading Halloween Highlight: Sexual Crimes in the Early Modern Witch Hunts