Florence Higinbotham (1870-1949): An Ignored Narrative 

by Rosie Wright Far too often, I have found that historic house tours place too much emphasis on the male characters in their historical narrative. What I find perhaps most fascinating about this - especially with my experience of studying and working in historic houses - is that typically, the female stories relate more closely … Continue reading Florence Higinbotham (1870-1949): An Ignored Narrative 

A Literary Voice for the Unheard: The Inspiring Life of Pearl S. Buck

by Holley Snaith “The test of a civilization is in the way that it cares for its helpless members.”  Pearl S. Buck In addition to being the first female writer to win a Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize in Literature, Pearl S. Buck was an advocate for civil rights, women’s rights, and a champion for mixed-race … Continue reading A Literary Voice for the Unheard: The Inspiring Life of Pearl S. Buck