[Untitled photo, possibly related to: Washington, D.C. Lynn Massman, wife of a second class petty officer who is studying in Washington, writing letters while her baby is having his afternoon nap]

How Archivists Save Lost Voices: Letters Live

Imagine: you have just been asked to offer feedback on part of a monograph that a colleague in the History Department is drafting. Two chapters appear in your inbox. As you read, you find yourself more engaged with the second and struggle to pinpoint exactly …

Women’s History: A Laudable Literary Lady

Women’s History: A Laudable Literary Lady

In keeping with our celebration of Women’s History Month, we’d like to share another incredible woman. Did you know that the first novel was written by a Japanese woman? The Genji monogatari (The Tale of Genji) is the story of a fictional Japanese prince demoted …